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Front Page » 2015 » February (Page 3)

Film fest to open with a vengeance

Film fest to open with a vengeance

Miami Dade College’s Miami International Film Festival will kick off its 32nd annual fete with the Florida premiere of Argentinean director Damian Szifron’s “Wild Tales” (Relatos salvajes) on March 6…

Classifieds

SWAHILI & WOLOF INSTRUCTOR The African and African Diaspora Studies Program (AADS) and the Department of Modern Languages (ML) at Florida International University (FIU) invites applications for two half-time instructor…

FYI Miami: February 19, 2015

MORE PUBLIC BUSES: Miami-Dade County plans to buy up to 64 buses that are to run on thoroughfares throughout the county, including the busway in South Miami-Dade. In total, the…

Bad as downtown traffic is, planners try to make it worse

Bad as downtown traffic is, planners try to make it worse

Nobody should be surprised by our lead story last week that that Miami’s downtown developers are urging the powers that be to slice auto traffic lanes out of Biscayne Boulevard…

Congested Biscayne Boulevard may narrow

Congested Biscayne Boulevard may narrow

Newly christened Biscayne Green is moving ahead in an ambitious project to narrow a stretch of congested Biscayne Boulevard downtown from Northeast Eighth Street south to Biscayne Boulevard Way. “The…

Downtown passenger rail has just one shot

Downtown passenger rail has just one shot

Plans to expand a passenger train’s service area to downtown Miami depend on obtaining $69 million in public funding within two months. The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA), the…

Miamians driving luxury car sales

Miamians driving luxury car sales

Luxury car sales in Miami remain hot along with the city’s reputation as one of the country’s top automotive markets, dealers say. “The fast-paced lifestyle, the culture and the year-round…

Profile: Jose Antonio Hernandez-Solaun

Profile: Jose Antonio Hernandez-Solaun

As president of The Easton Group, Jose Antonio Hernandez-Solaun spends his days overseeing all aspects of the commercial real estate company.  But his work doesn’t end when he leaves the…

Tax incentives called key to filming’s revival

Tax incentives called key to filming’s revival

Restoring Florida’s moribund tax incentive program is key to expanding Miami’s film industry, said Bruce Orosz, CEO of ACT Productions and new chairman of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors…

Miami gets a financial seal of approval

Miami gets a financial seal of approval

It pays to save. Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services has upgraded the City of Miami’s primary bond rating four rating tiers from BBB to A+ due to the city’s improved…

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