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Aerial tramway could end snarled traffic to ballgames

Commuters frustrated with snarled traffic – or fans headed for a baseball game – might take to the skies if an alternative that was investigated by the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) earlier this year proves…

Miami Areas First Internet Street Fair To Be Held On Lincoln Road

With the motto of bringing "technology out of the office and onto the streets," the first Miami Internet Street Fair will be held from noon-6 p.m. Saturday on Lincoln Road…

Gables Team Hints First Option Is Downscale Biltmore Way Project

A panel weighing the fate of a $16 million Coral Gables administration building and parking garage early in the going have voiced strong opinions about downsizing the project, which was…

Area Hospitals Find Innovation Insight Needed To Capture Market

Miami hospital administrators say they have learned they must be innovative and insightful to capture a major share of the lucrative South American market.…

Amendment Added To Stadiumfinancing Bill Requires Miami Vote

A bill that would extend Miami's parking surcharge to help finance a baseball stadium won approval from another House committee Tuesday but now carries an amendment that the issue go…

County Wants Review Of Uses Of Convention Development Tax

Miami-Dade commissioners will review all possible uses of the county's convention development taxes today (4/26), when they consider an amendment to their interlocal agreement with Miami Beach that returns a…

Multilingual Web Sites Now Offered At Um

University of Miami and Florida International University are expanding their public information services, posting information on Web sites in multiple languages.…

Gables Names Team To Weigh Fate Of Biltmore Way City Hall Job

The Coral Gables City Commission Tuesday appointed a seven-member blue-ribbon committee to consider the fate of the city's $16 million administration building and parking garage, a construction project on hold…

Beach Mayor Wants Convention Tax To Build Rail Link To Mainland

Miami Beach Mayor Neisen Kasdin is seeking county convention development tax dollars to help fund a proposed light rail transit link between the Beach and the City of Miami.…

Blue Dolphin Studios Joins Repertorie Of Miami Production And Studio Space

Spanish-language TV host Cristina Saralegui begins taping her popular Univision talk show on Monday at her new Blue Dolphin Studios, a film production facility near the airport that will house…

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