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County gets only a third of planned slots take

County gets only a third of planned slots take

Miami-Dade County projects it will receive $3.2 million from pari-mutuel slot machine revenue in fiscal 2013-14, only about a third of what it had anticipated when slot machines were approved at the pari-mutuels, a study…

Flagler upgrade could start this year

Flagler upgrade could start this year

Major improvements to Flagler Street in downtown Miami are just a few steps from commencing. City officials are hopeful a plan to share costs among the city, Miami-Dade County and the Flagler Street property owners…

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Plan rolling for Miami’s grand promenade

Plan rolling for Miami’s grand promenade

It’s still a long way off, but plans to make Biscayne Boulevard Miami’s “grand promenade” inched closer to reality last week as Downtown Development Authority…

Brickell rents up 32% in 5 years and rising

Brickell rents up 32% in 5 years and rising

Miami is a hot market for condo dwellers now that there’s more employment and new office spaces are bringing people with better jobs to the…

Mystery luxury department store targets Brickell

The posh Brickell area offers some of Miami’s finest urban amenities, but one exception has been a scarcity of retail stores, particularly the lack of…

A final year to flush out government waste

A final year to flush out government waste

Bill Johnson, former director of PortMiami, isn’t going to end his nearly 35-year career with Miami-Dade County quietly. The new director of the Water and…

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Opinion

Economy a fleeting shield in the attack of the mega-casinos

Economy a fleeting shield in the attack of the mega-casinos

It’s not just the struggle for a new state compact with the Seminole Tribe that shields us today from assault by the top guns of global casino owners.Momentarily protecting Miami from the inevitable attack to gain a casino takeover are the concurrent ascent of arts and cultural institutions, rising economy, booming tourism, falling unemployment, and the euphoria of a real estate and construction bonanza.Together, these blessings obliterate the claims of the casino owners’ hired hands that we can only make…

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Profile: Thomas Wenski

Profile: Thomas Wenski

Archbishop Thomas Wenski of the Archdiocese of Miami has been an ordained priest almost 40 years, all of that in South Florida. Those who know him won’t be surprised to see him atop his Harley Davidson or walking his dog Burek (Rover in Polish), an Airedale that happens to be orange and black, just like his beloved bike.Miami Today Reporter Nina Lincoff interviewed the archbishop at the Pastoral Center in Miami Shores.To read the full article and the rest of…

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Real Estate

Brickell rents up 32% in 5 years and rising

Brickell rents up 32% in 5 years and rising

Miami is a hot market for condo dwellers now that there’s more employment and new office spaces are bringing people with better jobs to the city, industry experts agree. The Brickell/downtown area is nowhere near…

Government

A final year to flush out government waste

A final year to flush out government waste

Bill Johnson, former director of PortMiami, isn’t going to end his nearly 35-year career with Miami-Dade County quietly. The new director of the Water and Sewer Department presented his agenda and goals for the department…

Business & Finance

Mystery luxury department store targets Brickell

The posh Brickell area offers some of Miami’s finest urban amenities, but one exception has been a scarcity of retail stores, particularly the lack of a department store. That’s going to change in a big…

Communities

Plan rolling for Miami’s grand promenade

Plan rolling for Miami’s grand promenade

It’s still a long way off, but plans to make Biscayne Boulevard Miami’s “grand promenade” inched closer to reality last week as Downtown Development Authority board members chose one design from myriad alternatives that have…

Arts & Culture

Pérez art museum’s attendance stunner

The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) already has welcomed 75% of the visitors it expected its first year – and it just opened in December. Projections from Massachusetts-based ConsultEcon had estimated 200,000 visitors for the…

Education

Miami Lighthouse growing

Miami Lighthouse growing

To further help legally blind teenagers and young adults become independent, Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired is to open a 5,700-square-foot fourth floor by summer’s end.   “The project is going to…

Healthcare

Doctors fight expanding non-MD roles

Doctors fight expanding non-MD roles

Doctors, nurses and physician assistants often work together, yet they’re not always on the same team when it comes to legislation. That’s currently the case with bills before the Florida Legislature that would give nurses…

Transportation

Funding could sidetrack new rail line

One of many road bumps a proposed South Florida commuter rail faces is finding a regional funding source to cover 25% of the capital cost and the entire annual operating cost.  Preliminary estimates put the…

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