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Drawing On Her Past Careers As Both Artist And Teacher Christina Depaul Works To Shape Young Artists Futures

After a scholarship at age 15 allowed her to blossom as an artist, Christina DePaul now works to each year offer 150 young artists the opportunity to grow their talent…

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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.…

2009 Property Appeals Face Additional Delay Last Years Late Filers

Miami-Dade taxpayers waiting to have 2009 property tax appeals heard must sit tight and wait a little longer: before their cases are heard, the county's valuation board will hear late…

Funding For New Art Science Museums Likely Delayed As Miami Fights Budget Constraints

New art and science museums slated for downtown Miami may feel the pinch as Miami-Dade re-works its general obligation bond program schedule under economic pressure.…

Officials I395 Project Could Help Arsht Center In Long Term

Although a long-discussed overhaul of the 1.2-mile I-395 bridge could take as many as 500 parking spaces from the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, center officials say they're…

Bid Documents Reveal Large Discrepancy In Florida Marlins Garage Costs

With some, including the new mayor, speculating that Miami can build parking for the rising Marlins ballpark cheaper than expected, bid documents recently made public show a wide range of…

Miamidade May Take 129 Million Hit As Property Tax Revenue Projected To Fall 12

Still working through budget fallout from an unprecedented 9.5% drop in taxable value, Miami-Dade is projecting a further 12% hit to the already-depleted tax roll next year — potentially looking…

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