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Profile: Kenneth G. Furton

Profile: Kenneth G. Furton

Kenneth G. Furton, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, is gearing up to switch offices and move into his new role as provost of Florida International University (FIU)…

eMerge Americas Techweek a huge lure

eMerge Americas Techweek a huge lure

eMerge Americas Techweek is expecting thousands of participants for Miami’s first weeklong technology exposition and conference.  Put on by eMerge Americas and the Technology Foundation of the Americas, the May…

Profile: Nelson Adams

Profile: Nelson Adams

Nelson Adams, MD, began his medical career in Miami in 1985 at the Coconut Grove Health Center, and nearly 30 years later he’s still practicing. At this point, he’s close…

$50 million pump tandems to fight flooding?

$50 million pump tandems to fight flooding?

Of the 30 or so flood-control salinity barriers in South Florida, three or four usually can’t be used during high tide. That means that twice a day, water on the…

Profile: Thomas Wenski

Profile: Thomas Wenski

Archbishop Thomas Wenski of the Archdiocese of Miami has been an ordained priest almost 40 years, all of that in South Florida. Those who know him won’t be surprised to…

A final year to flush out government waste

A final year to flush out government waste

Bill Johnson, former director of PortMiami, isn’t going to end his nearly 35-year career with Miami-Dade County quietly. The new director of the Water and Sewer Department presented his agenda…

Profile: Danny Alfonso

Profile: Danny Alfonso

From Cuba to Miami to Germany to Saudi Arabia, Danny Alfonso, newly permanent city manager of Miami, has been around the world and back.  After 17½ years working for Miami-Dade…

North Beach airs to lure a college

North Beach airs to lure a college

The North Beach area of Miami Beach may become home to a college or university campus. While no plans are final, the City of Miami Beach’s Mayor’s Blue Ribbon Panel…

Pérez art museum’s attendance stunner

The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) already has welcomed 75% of the visitors it expected its first year – and it just opened in December. Projections from Massachusetts-based ConsultEcon had…

Profile: Melissa Medina

Profile: Melissa Medina

The next couple weeks will be hectic for Melissa Medina, president of the Medina Family Foundation and a vice president with the Technology Foundation of the Americas. As she gets…

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