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Front Page » 2017 » June (Page 2)

Polystyrene ban in Miami-Dade parks puts education first

Polystyrene ban in Miami-Dade parks puts education first

Effective July 1, polystyrene products will be banned in all Miami-Dade parks, including beaches, kicking off county enforcement that is geared more to education than to penalties. Warnings and efforts…

New welcome mat on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road

New welcome mat on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road

Uniformed hospitality ambassadors the Lincoln Road Business Improvement District hired through the firm Block by Block have been helping visitors to the street for the past two months. “The project…

Mayor gutsy in sticking his neck out for 836 extension

Mayor gutsy in sticking his neck out for 836 extension

As road commutes take longer each day yet new mass transit drifts farther and farther off into the unfunded future, Mayor Carlos Giménez has taken the tough but logical step…

FYI Miami: June 22, 2017

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. ELECTRIC ADVANTAGE:…

Filming in Miami: June 22, 2017

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

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Robert Rodriguez: Guiding NatCom to produce 1,500 videos each month

Robert Rodriguez: Guiding NatCom to produce 1,500 videos each month

In 1982, Robert Rodriguez and partner Eduardo Sarasola started NatCom, a diversified marketing communications agency that developed hundreds of marketing and media initiatives around the globe.  The company, now called…

On-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces

On-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces

In a pilot program, the Miami Parking Authority plans to install on-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces in various lots and curbside locations. Changing technology, web-based applications and…

EL AL Israel Airlines filling seats fast for Miami launch

EL AL Israel Airlines filling seats fast for Miami launch

As EL AL Israel Airlines prepares to celebrate what is perhaps the most anticipated passenger airline launch of 2017 at Miami International Airport, airline officials are excitedly witnessing seats beginning…

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight enters commission chamber

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight enters commission chamber

The fight to save the Coconut Grove Playhouse ends up in the lap of Miami city commissioners this week, as preservationists try to reverse a decision allowing a partial demolition…

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