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HistoryMiami updating its two buildings

With all the changes downtown, HistoryMiami doesn’t want to get left behind. Jorge Zamanillo, HistoryMiami president and CEO, is updating its two buildings on the Cultural Center Plaza at 101 W Flagler St. and planning to…

Next act at Coconut Grove Playhouse may be city garage

Next act at Coconut Grove Playhouse may be city garage

While neighbors keep campaigning to save the old Coconut Grove Playhouse from the wrecking ball, officials with the Miami Parking Authority are moving ahead with plans for a municipal garage…

Redevelopment agency funds Art Africa Miami Arts Fair

Redevelopment agency funds Art Africa Miami Arts Fair

In their efforts to solidify Overtown’s position as a hub for history and the arts, directors of the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) voted unanimously to grant The…

Code/Art urging girls to pursue computer science careers

Code/Art urging girls to pursue computer science careers

Code/Art, a non-profit organization that seeks to inspire girls of all backgrounds to pursue a career in computer science, has reached over 700 girls through 40 workshops during the past…

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…

Metropolitan Miami pre-Columbian artifacts to go on display

Metropolitan Miami pre-Columbian artifacts to go on display

Artifacts from a pre-Columbian village discovered on the north bank of the Miami River at the site of MDM’s Metropolitan Miami project are to go on public display in about…

Wynwood expansion effort stumbles, will go on

Wynwood expansion effort stumbles, will go on

A push to extend the boundaries of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) suffered its second setback in the past few weeks but will continue, directors say. Earlier this year,…

Miami Music Project launches boot camp

Miami Music Project launches boot camp

The Miami Music Project, which uses music as an instrument for social transformation, has launched a boot camp and is accepting applications to its summer camp to complement its four…

Coconut Grove Arts Festival spotlights 380 artists

Coconut Grove Arts Festival spotlights 380 artists

The Coconut Grove Arts Festival returns Feb. 18-20 for its 54th year, highlighting the works of 380 artists. This year’s show will include works in mixed media, paintings, photography, digital…

Coral Gables sculptures win the battle of tastes

Coral Gables sculptures win the battle of tastes

Neighbors who wanted two modern-art sculptures moved out of traffic circles on Segovia Street in Coral Gables lost their battle last week when leaders refused to place the issue on…

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