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Front Page » 2006 » February (Page 6)

Jump In Miami Airport Passenger Traffic Exceeds Expectations

More domestic travel led Miami International Airport to a 2.8% increase in passengers last year, well above what airport officials had predicted for the year. …

County Pursues Watertaxi System

A water-taxi system fueled by federal funds to ferry commuters via Biscayne Bay to downtown Miami could result from a county commission vote last week.…

Miami Parking Authority To Return Land To City

The Miami Parking Authority plans to return two parcels of land to the city's Department of Community Development, which wants to use the lots to build two single-family affordable homes…

Glass Hard To Come By To Replace Plywood Windows In Brickell

Four months later, Hurricane Wilma is largely a memory. But serving as a constant reminder are the skyscrapers along Brickell Avenue still pockmarked by plywood patches on shattered windows. Replacing…

Fourthyear Director Nicole Guillemet Has Been Striving To Sharpen Focus Of Miami International Film Festival

Tickets go on sale Feb. 17 for a 10-day event beginning March 3 in which Miami will host some of the best of independent films and the most talented people…

Calendar Of Events Fashion

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Calendar Of Events Theater

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Filming In Miami

Filming in Miami is the only compilation of motion picture, television, still and commercial shoots in Greater Miami. Shoots are listed by licensing jurisdiction.…

Calendar Of Events Movies

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Calendar Of Events Books

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