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Front Page » 2010 » February

Miamis Latin American Arts Pioneer Dora Valdeacutesfauliacute Turns Focus To Leading Growing Eighth Annual Arteameacutericas

Gallery owner and consultant Dora Valdés-Faulí,, a longtime supporter of the arts in Miami, is taking on the role of director of arteaméricas, the largest Latin American art fair in…

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Direct Flight From Miami To Tokyo Could Be In Cards 8211 If Antitrust Immunity Granted

If US and Japanese governments give American Airlines and its partner Japan Airlines antitrust immunity, it may open the door to a direct flight between Miami and Tokyo.…

Analyst Weak Dollar Or Not Miamis Tourism Industry Should Be Ok

Despite shifts in the euro's value amid market concerns over Greece's debt, expert observers say Miami's tourism industry shouldn't be too worried whichever way the currency drifts.…

Miamidade Commissioners Wary Of Promised Pay Hike For Unions

Four union contracts newly cemented, Miami-Dade County is on its way to closing a gaping hole in this year's budget — but commissioners fear worse in the future, frustrated without…

No Free Lunch Miami To Vote On Licensing Feeding Of Homeless

A proposed Miami ordinance that would make it illegal for unauthorized persons or groups to feed the homeless downtown won a vote of support last week from directors of Miami's…

Florida Marlins Stadium On Time And On Budget So Far

The new Marlins ballpark rising in Little Havana, set to be complete in 2012, is on time and on budget, Miami-Dade officials report.…

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