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Stories written by Marilyn Bowden

Flamingo Art Project Here Inspired By Cows Of Chicago

Miami-Dade Art in Public Places has issued a call to artists to embellish 8-foot fiberglass flamingos destined to descend on the county in flocks during a temporary public installation that…

Last Effort To Stop Another Brickell Highrise Is Today

Residents of a landmark Brickell Avenue condominium plan to appeal today (3/29) to the Miami City Commission in a last-ditch attempt to halt construction of a high-density rental apartment building…

National Film Grant Boosts Florida History Center Here

A grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation to the Louis Wolfson II Media History Center brings the archive's total in recent grants to almost $50,000, said Director Steven Davidson.…

Group Recommends Pulling Plug On Structure Of Utilities

With blackouts and power shortages in deregulated California making headlines, the deregulation of Florida's utilities could be addressed during the current state legislative session, according to industry watchers, although nothing…

Boma To Stage Biggest Award Bash Ever In American Arena

The Building Owners & Managers Association of Greater Miami-Dade, popularly known as BOMA, has booked the American Airlines Arena for the 14th edition of its annual banquet and Office Building…

Latest Reports Say Miami Circle Part Of Trade Village

Growing evidence from the Miami Circle site suggests Brickell Point once housed a large aboriginal village with far-flung trading links, according to new reports from several archaeologists.…

Circle Of Leaders Named To Determine Future Of Circle

Newly appointed members of the Miami Circle Planning Group say they'd like to see preservation and educational support high on the agenda once meetings begin to determine the future of…

Dolphin Mall Ready To Cater To Spanishspeaking Tourists

The 250-store Dolphin Mall, preparing for a March 1 grand opening, aims to capitalize quickly on its airport proximity by already luring the tourist consumer.…

New County Job Created Filled To Assist Airports Seaport

A new position to oversee economic development initiatives at airports and the seaport will speed communication between public and private agencies and ease the transition to a new county manager,…

Home Resales Remain Impervious To Rumors Of Slowdown

Miami-Dade's home resale market continues to flourish, observers say, with condo sales fast approaching single-family home numbers.…

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