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Airbnb can produce pluses via more visitors, hotel profits

Miami Beach’s battle against Airbnb looks familiar. Didn’t we just fight that war against Uber and Lyft? If so, let’s make the likely outcome as positive for all as possible. Internet home-sharing firm Airbnb is doing well…

Thanks For Sticking With Us For Our Next Quarter Century

For exactly 25 years Miami Today has followed a course we set in 1983 for a new newspaper for a new Miami, but it wasn't until one day this January…

If The Miami River Is Really Dead Why Do The Bridges Go Up

Downtown, the Miami River can be an annoyance — you're driving across town, the bridge goes up and there you sit, waiting four or five minutes.…

Just As Mass Transit Succeeds Officials Slam The Door On It

Over frustrating years, public officials fought in vain to unclog Miami's roadways by luring drivers out of cars and onto mass transit.…

Coverup At School Headquarters Gets Chairmans Backing

Imagine this at a corporate board meeting: when a director asks to quickly get facts on spending, the top hired hand tells her she'll have to pay out of her…

Make A Profitable Investment Upgrade Convention Center

The visitor industry keeps adding jobs and flowing cash to us despite a weak economy, but to our growing detriment we force a key industry asset to under perform.…

City Officials Walk Out On Their Consciences And The Voters

Two Miami commissioners have added meaning to "voting with your feet."…

Miamis Vast Project Megaplan Falling Apart At The Seams

The intricate stitches that bind together this county's so-called Global Agreement patchwork are gradually tearing apart as piece after piece of the quilt unravels.…

Democracy Miamidade Style Dont Let The People Vote Miamidade

commissioners are cavalierly tossing out a 21-member team's legally required proposals to upgrade county government.…

Despite The Talk Miamis Economic Glass Is Far From Empty

Gosh, is Miami's economy in the dumps! Employment is near a record. And our prime industry, hospitality and leisure, has gained 1,700 jobs in a year and matches an all-time…

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