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Is it curtains for Coconut Grove Playhouse revival?

Is it curtains for Coconut Grove Playhouse revival?

For years now, as preservationists have fought Miami-Dade County’s plan to redevelop the Coconut Grove Playhouse as a 300-seat theater and as uninvited third parties have pushed their own plans, the county has responded by…

Miami orders Virginia Key marinas operator to vacate

Miami orders Virginia Key marinas operator to vacate

The City of Miami is ordering the operator to vacate the Rickenbacker Marina on Virginia Key. It’s the latest move in a years-long controversy over who will run the city-owned site. City commissioners took the…

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Pérez Art Museum Miami may create Caribbean art center

Pérez Art Museum Miami may create Caribbean art center

Pérez Art Museum Miami – along with its predecessor institutions – is coming up on its 35th anniversary of bringing modern and contemporary art to…

North Miami’s Chinatown works on incubator linkup

North Miami’s Chinatown works on incubator linkup

North Miami’s Chinatown is working on a collaboration among the city, Trinity Church and the business school at Johnson & Wales University. This project, which…

Lagging North Beach moves closer to ‘renaissance’

Lagging North Beach moves closer to ‘renaissance’

The Miami Beach Town Center – a North Beach area that hasn’t had significant development in 25 years – came one step closer to its…

Three film projects may get business rolling again in Miami

Three film projects may get business rolling again in Miami

Three film projects eyeing Miami-Dade as their primary shooting site could each receive a $100,000 grants to film here, as county commissioners last week forwarded…

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Opinion

Survey reflects changed use of news media, consumption

Survey reflects changed use of news media, consumption

We formally take the temperature of our readers every few years to help chart our course and to tell our advertisers who they’re reaching. As always, our survey results this year were impressive.Think how many survey calls you get. Today alone I’ve been queried four times on politics, once on dining, so I doubly appreciate readers who took time amid this survey blitz to fill out Miami Today’s own four-page detailed study.I said results were impressive “as always” because since…

Profile

Lloyd DeVaux: President and CEO expands business at Sunstate Bank

Lloyd DeVaux: President and CEO expands business at Sunstate Bank

Since becoming president and CEO, Lloyd DeVaux has led Sunstate Bank to significant growth, punctuated by the August acquisition of Intercontinental Bankshares LLC, a move that increased the almost 20-year-old community bank’s assets to more than $400 million, with $325 million in deposits and $240 million in loans across three South Florida branches.In four years, Mr. DeVaux – named “Banker of the Year” last month by the Florida Bankers Association, of which he is the incoming chairman – has more…

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Real Estate

Lagging North Beach moves closer to ‘renaissance’

Lagging North Beach moves closer to ‘renaissance’

The Miami Beach Town Center – a North Beach area that hasn’t had significant development in 25 years – came one step closer to its “renaissance” last week when the city commission managed to pass…

Government

Long-awaited plan for marinas on Virginia Key moving fast

Long-awaited plan for marinas on Virginia Key moving fast

With appeals and challenges from rivals exhausted, a new company’s bid to take over the marinas on Virginia Key moves forward after a year of legislative limbo. Today’s (9/13) agenda for the Miami City Commission…

Business & Finance

Three film projects may get business rolling again in Miami

Three film projects may get business rolling again in Miami

Three film projects eyeing Miami-Dade as their primary shooting site could each receive a $100,000 grants to film here, as county commissioners last week forwarded for full commission consideration items approving the financial incentives. “This…

Communities

North Miami’s Chinatown works on incubator linkup

North Miami’s Chinatown works on incubator linkup

North Miami’s Chinatown is working on a collaboration among the city, Trinity Church and the business school at Johnson & Wales University. This project, which will manifest physically around the end of this year, is…

Arts & Culture

Pérez Art Museum Miami may create Caribbean art center

Pérez Art Museum Miami may create Caribbean art center

Pérez Art Museum Miami – along with its predecessor institutions – is coming up on its 35th anniversary of bringing modern and contemporary art to South Florida and is now looking at the potential to…

Education

Negotiations to develop school board land across from the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts nears completion

Negotiations to develop school board land across from the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts nears completion

Negotiations to develop school board land across from the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts are nearing completion, according to Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho. “We are well on our way,” Mr.…

Healthcare

Jackson Health System faces hearing on opening Doral hospital

Jackson Health System faces hearing on opening Doral hospital

The state received a “certificate of need” application from the Public Health Trust of Miami-Dade County last week for a Jackson Health System 100-bed acute care hospital in Doral, according to the Florida Agency for…

Transportation

Trolley info may soon enter Miami-Dade’s transit tracker app

Trolley info may soon enter Miami-Dade’s transit tracker app

Cities might soon have to feed route and use data for their trolleys and shuttles into Miami-Dade’s transit tracker app: commissioners on Friday backed a plan to better tie the local runs to the countywide…

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