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Front Page » 2008 » November (Page 7)

Italian Art Exhibition May Find Home In Miami

Adding to Miami's growing reputation as an arts destination, an exhibition of Italian works could soon find a home here.…

After Tax Victory Miami River Marine Sector Looking Forward

Marine industry advocates hope the City of Miami will be more inclined to protect marine businesses on the Miami River following voter approval of a state constitutional amendment aimed at…

Boat Market Dips Merrill Stevens Closes Sales Unit

As pleasure boat sales decline in South Florida, Merrill-Stevens said this week it will close its Fort Lauderdale yacht sales and charter services to focus on a $55 million expansion…

Calendar Of Events Highlights

GREEN LUNCHEON…

Calendar Of Events Meetings

Thursday 11/13…

M John Richard Coming South To Make Arsht Center A Habit For Residents And Visitors Wanting To See World Classperformers

A $30 million donation to the once-financially troubled Miami performing arts center raised the curtain on what some have called a "second act" for the downtown venue. Now, enter a…

Dade Miami To Focus On Affordable Rental Housing With Rescue Dollars

Creating more affordable rental housing is to be a key priority for Miami-Dade County and the City of Miami in spending the tens of millions of dollars the federal government…

Calendar Of Events

Thursday 11/13…

Calendar Of Events Business

Thursday 11/13…

Economic Stimulus Plan Build A Repository Of Promises

As governments plan construction to combat recession, let each be sure to include one mammoth structure: a repository for promises they make to voters.…

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