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Front Page » 2014 (Page 21)

Pérez art museum’s attendance stunner

The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) already has welcomed 75% of the visitors it expected its first year – and it just opened in December. Projections from Massachusetts-based ConsultEcon had…

FYI Miami: April 3, 2014

JOB CREATORS: Five companies are planning to add 158 jobs and make capital investments totaling more than $65 million in Miami-Dade County over the next three years, according to the…

Filming in Miami: April 3, 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;…

Colleges’ 4-year program under fire

Colleges’ 4-year program under fire

Some Florida legislators are concerned that four-year degree programs at state colleges such as Miami Dade College are overlapping on what universities offer and perhaps funding for it should be…

Profile: Melissa Medina

Profile: Melissa Medina

The next couple weeks will be hectic for Melissa Medina, president of the Medina Family Foundation and a vice president with the Technology Foundation of the Americas. As she gets…

Flagler railroad motif on track

Flagler railroad motif on track

One of Miami’s main roadways, named after railroad tycoon Henry Flagler, is getting a major facelift. City commissioners March 27 approved a special assessment district expected to raise $1 million…

A bad rap on appraisals?

A bad rap on appraisals?

The website for Miami-Dade’s property appraiser now reports more detailed information about the interior and exterior of properties, which might come as a surprise to anyone researching or buying industrial…

FYI Miami: March 27, 2014

DON’T BLAME GAS PRICES: When consumers blame rising gasoline prices for a rising cost of living, they’re missing reality – at least in Miami. While consumer prices rose 1.6% in…

Rail zone engineers must look ahead but watch the tracks

Rail zone engineers must look ahead but watch the tracks

Miami is boarding an exciting railway journey that could transform down-town’s west side into a thriving urban hub with commerce to complement the residential and office zone nearer Bis-cayne Bay.…

A revolution in Wynwood

A revolution in Wynwood

By mid-morning most weekdays, Tom Curitore has walked much of the expansive and evolving Wynwood Arts District he’s now in charge of taking to the next level. Mr. Curitore is…

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