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Miami Heat and Miami Dolphins ask about running marine stadium

Miami Heat and Miami Dolphins ask about running marine stadium

The Miami Heat and Miami Dolphins have asked about running a restored Miami Marine Stadium, Mayor Tomás Regalado has told Miami Today, as have global entertainment operators Live Nation, which runs the Fillmore Miami Beach,…

Beacon Council headed to Madrid and Barcelona

Beacon Council headed to Madrid and Barcelona

The Beacon Council is preparing to embark on its first economic development mission of the year to Madrid and Barcelona from Feb. 21 to March 1. The mission will be led by Beacon Council chair…

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With 14 more due this year, hotels likely to get more aggressive

With 14 more due this year, hotels likely to get more aggressive

Although the county’s hotel market is about to see an influx of new units in the coming year, it won’t be nearly as flooded as…

Miami-Dade County to start water transportation with express routes

Miami-Dade County to start water transportation with express routes

Plans to introduce waterborne services to Miami-Dade County’s menu of public transportation services are starting to come together, says Irene Hegedus, chief of transportation enhancement.…

Aviation Department deals that caused hot words to fly on tap again

Aviation Department deals that caused hot words to fly on tap again

Discussion could become sharp-toned today (1/19) when the county’s Trade & Tourism Committee considers approving the Aviation Department’s signage and fabrication contracts at Miami International…

Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

Miami commissioners are taking a major step forward in expanding the public baywalk along Biscayne Bay. Commissioners on Jan. 12 authorized City Manager Daniel Alfonso…

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Opinion

The many sides of Miami through the lens of Maxine Usdan

The many sides of Miami through the lens of Maxine Usdan

Maxine Usdan, a University of Miami graduate and news photographer whose work appeared from Miami Today’s first issue on June 3, 1983, to this month, died last week after a long and valiant battle with cancer. In all, more than 10,000 of her photographs have appeared in this newspaper. Photographs we publish are rarely the exciting action or tear-jerking pathos that appear in the daily press. Rather, they show the growth of Miami and the people who are building it. Maxine’s first…

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Christian Seale: Runs Startupbootcamp Miami to fund health ventures

Christian Seale: Runs Startupbootcamp Miami to fund health ventures

Deep in Wynwood sits a nondescript one-story building on a gravelly plot. In its 10,000 square feet it holds open-layout offices overlooking a grand co-working space filled with tens of desks to be used by digital health entrepreneurs. This is the headquarters of Startupbootcamp Miami, a satellite of Europe’s number one business accelerator and where Christian Seale serves as founder and managing director. Nowadays, Mr. Seale’s office window displays a title plate that reads, “Head of Hustle.” Before earning that title, however,…

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Real Estate

Real estate markets across Miami-Dade County steady

Real estate markets across Miami-Dade County steady

Brexit and the US elections were among factors that made 2016 a stable and steady – but not record-breaking – year in real estate markets across Miami-Dade County, observers say. “It was a relatively slow…

Government

Aviation Department deals that caused hot words to fly on tap again

Aviation Department deals that caused hot words to fly on tap again

Discussion could become sharp-toned today (1/19) when the county’s Trade & Tourism Committee considers approving the Aviation Department’s signage and fabrication contracts at Miami International Airport, if the conversation Dec. 15 when the item was…

Business & Finance

With 14 more due this year, hotels likely to get more aggressive

With 14 more due this year, hotels likely to get more aggressive

Although the county’s hotel market is about to see an influx of new units in the coming year, it won’t be nearly as flooded as it has been in the recent past. Nevertheless, local hotels…

Communities

Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

Miami commissioners are taking a major step forward in expanding the public baywalk along Biscayne Bay. Commissioners on Jan. 12 authorized City Manager Daniel Alfonso to accept an easement from the First Presbyterian Church of…

Arts & Culture

Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Museum Park lags

Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Museum Park lags

Issuance of a temporary certificate of occupancy for the new Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Museum Park has been rescheduled for sometime in January. In October, Mayor Carlos Giménez told commissioners that…

Education

Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy enrolls 80% minorities

Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy enrolls 80% minorities

Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy, Miami-Dade’s first pharmacy school and the only college in Florida to offer a three-year program culminating in a doctor of pharmacy degree, reached a fast milestone when it…

Healthcare

Job market for nurses full of new opportunities

Job market for nurses full of new opportunities

Due to factors ranging from an oncoming retirement wave to regional shortages, the job market for nurses is full of opportunities and benefits, including competitive salary offerings and a multitude of positions to choose from.…

Transportation

Miami-Dade County to start water transportation with express routes

Miami-Dade County to start water transportation with express routes

Plans to introduce waterborne services to Miami-Dade County’s menu of public transportation services are starting to come together, says Irene Hegedus, chief of transportation enhancement. The Department of Transportation & Public Works is looking into…

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