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Front Page » 2015 » June (Page 4)

Dinosaurs lift zoo to visitor record

Dinosaurs lift zoo to visitor record

Although Zoo Miami has yet to hit its one-million-visitor mark – a goal it strived for this year – last month was the best May in zoo history. Some 65,600…

Filming in Miami: June 18, 2015

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;…

Brand USA to spotlight Miami

Brand USA to spotlight Miami

Brand USA, which serves as the nation’s international marketing engine, has set a goal to reel in 100 million international visitors by 2021, and with Miami being a major gateway…

FYI Miami: June 18, 2015

PROOF OF BLIGHT: Miami-Dade commissioners are to decide next month whether a community redevelopment agency must demonstrate through an updated study that slum or blight exists in its area when…

Design wins support for new bridge

Design wins support for new bridge

It never hurts to ask for more. That may be the lesson to come out of talks between Miami River advocates and design engineers hired by the Florida Department of…

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No consensus on next big transit move

No consensus on next big transit move

Everyone acknowledges that something must be done to address South Florida’s growing transportation gridlock, but there is very little consensus on next moves. “There’s no appetite to go to the…

University finance majors see big uptick

University finance majors see big uptick

The finance major in local colleges and universities continues to see an influx of students, particularly within the investment realm, and business schools point to Miami’s budding financial scene as…

Banks change to serve mobile Millennials

Banks change to serve mobile Millennials

It should come as no surprise that the millennial generation has a mobile-first perspective when it comes to banking. Millennials want quick, paperless and seamless transactions, local bankers agree, but…

Where are the amateur sports facilities?

Where are the amateur sports facilities?

Greater Miami is losing the game when it comes to sports tourism. That seemed to be the consensus of the Sports Committee during the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s Goals…

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