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Front Page » 2014 » April (Page 5)

Art museum’s rapid success a step on road to greatness

Art museum’s rapid success a step on road to greatness

How heartening was our report last week that the new Pérez Art Museum Miami has shattered projections, welcoming more than 150,000 visitors in four months. That’s a resounding success in…

FYI Miami: April 10, 2014

SLOT MACHINE TAKE: A report detailing how much revenue Miami-Dade County receives from slot machines at pari-mutuels and what the pari-mutuels obligations are to the county has been drafted and…

Beach rail link partnership?

Downtown Miami and South Beach could get a passenger rail link that’s been discussed for more than a decade in as few as five years if elected officials stand together…

Filming in Miami: April 10, 2014

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823;…

Streets shrink to protect historic buildings

Streets shrink to protect historic buildings

To protect and preserve the unique nature of historic buildings in the heart of downtown Miami, city commissioners have approved an ordinance amendment to reduce the zoned street right-of-way width…

Profile: Danny Alfonso

Profile: Danny Alfonso

From Cuba to Miami to Germany to Saudi Arabia, Danny Alfonso, newly permanent city manager of Miami, has been around the world and back.  After 17½ years working for Miami-Dade…

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Miami Foundation picks garage offices

Miami Foundation picks garage offices

By year’s end, the Miami Foundation is expected to move from the Southeast Financial Center in the heart of downtown and be set up in its new home in a…

Miami foreign enrollments rising

Miami foreign enrollments rising

International enrollment at most Miami-Dade County post-secondary schools exceeded national levels, with local nonprofit private schools reporting the highest figures. The University of Miami reported the highest percentage of international…

Sony Open team back in court

After hosting battles between the world’s top tennis players, it’s back to court this week for organizers of the annual Sony Open for a battle of their own: improving their…

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