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Targeted serious news battles a shift to eyeball candy fluff

Next week’s iconic Best of Miami edition – focused on leaders in categories ranging from entrepreneurship to business acumen and government – begins Miami Today’s 35th year publishing in the nation’s fastest-evolving city.Through all the twists…

Put Longawaited Convention Center Upgrade On Fast Track

Almost five years after voters funded a vital $55 million upgrade of the Miami Beach Convention Center, a county committee last week finally pushed it forward to a full commission…

Get Real Commissioners Cut Spending Dont Raise Taxes

As Miami-Dade's property tax base drops 9.2%, county officials are scrambling to deal with $350 million to $400 million less tax income.…

Countys Spin Reverses Message In Stadium Bonds Reports

A county press release last week cheering "another major milestone" in financing a stadium for the Florida Marlins was totally off base.…

Chambers Challenge Fixes For Schools Transit Government

As Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce members convene for their goals conference this week, need couldn't be greater to step up to attack Miami's greatest problems.…

State Funds First Scene In A Brighter Film Industry Picture

Florida's doubling of filming incentives is doubly welcome. We need the economic shots as well as the camera shots. …

County Admits Conning Voters On Transit Tax So Lets Kill It

Two months ago, Miami Today called for any county commissioner to admit subversion of our transit tax and initiate repeal. But realistically, we lamented, no one would step forward to…

First Swallows Of Our Economic Spring Offer Hope Of Thaw

Despite headlines proclaiming "Dow's Gain Is Its 7th In 8 Weeks" and "Less Gloom For Suppliers, Consumers," the economic freeze still chills, with gloom and doom aplenty. But local reports…

Miami Beachs Innovative Step To Restore Tourism Vitality

Some of us aren't just sitting as the recession steamrolls through. They're fighting back.…

Use Tunnel Setback To Dig Downtown Seaport Out Of A Hole

As downtown truck traffic grew year by year officials sat idle, awaiting a Port of Miami tunnel in 2012 to unclog streets.…

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