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Miami Today unveils Book of Leaders with 52 Achievers

Miami Today unveils Book of Leaders with 52 Achievers

Overlooking the glittering Miami skyline from the 36th floor, invited guests last week saluted the 52 community leaders who are featured in the 2018 Book of Leaders, which compiles a full year of Achiever profiles…

Issues aplenty face a growing, successful Wynwood

Issues aplenty face a growing, successful Wynwood

In many ways, Wynwood is a victim of its own success, as leaders face issues that weren’t even on the radar years ago, when the area was a hive of factories, warehouses and body shops.…

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Miami Yacht Show cruising across bay from Miami Beach

Miami Yacht Show cruising across bay from Miami Beach

Producers plan to move the Miami Yacht Show from Miami Beach to the City of Miami’s Omni area beginning in 2019. Yachting Promotions Inc. is…

Coconut Grove Business Improvement District gets new lease on life

Coconut Grove Business Improvement District gets new lease on life

Property owners have granted another 10 years to the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District’s lifespan. The organization has just won approval by a 61% vote…

Four-block-long street mural coming to Wynwood

Four-block-long street mural coming to Wynwood

A mural spanning four blocks in Wynwood is expected to arrive next spring. The organization leading efforts to revamp Northwest Third Avenue plans to collaborate…

Hotel on Miami River to be made of shipping containers

Hotel on Miami River to be made of shipping containers

Investors are advancing a plan to build a boutique hotel on a vacant lot on the Miami River, with an adjacent food plaza offering dining…

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Opinion

Candidates with specific aims deserve funding, not aginners

Candidates with specific aims deserve funding, not aginners

At the end of a bitter election season, do you know in detail what any of the candidates you supported actually aimed to accomplish in office, or how? If you do, you’re far ahead of me. I heard few positives. What I read and heard over and over was how dangerous it would be if the opponents should win. In fact, if we believed the rhetoric, virtually everyone who won at every level Tuesday is going to send us directly to hell.…

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Michael Weiser: Seeking to grow ‘305-ness’ in culture at HistoryMiami

Michael Weiser: Seeking to grow ‘305-ness’ in culture at HistoryMiami

Michael Weiser may chair the board of trustees for HistoryMiami Museum, Florida’s largest history museum and South Florida’s second oldest cultural institution, but his passion for honoring Miami’s past is matched only by his enthusiasm for its future. That future, he says – amid Miami’s changing skyline, thriving industry and swelling population – is inextricable from the stories, artifacts and people comprising its past. “There’s a tremendous amount of attention paid to the physical development of Miami, the buildings [and] infrastructure we…

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Real Estate

Hotel on Miami River to be made of shipping containers

Hotel on Miami River to be made of shipping containers

Investors are advancing a plan to build a boutique hotel on a vacant lot on the Miami River, with an adjacent food plaza offering dining options. On Monday, the Miami River Commission unanimously recommended city…

Government

Miami Yacht Show cruising across bay from Miami Beach

Miami Yacht Show cruising across bay from Miami Beach

Producers plan to move the Miami Yacht Show from Miami Beach to the City of Miami’s Omni area beginning in 2019. Yachting Promotions Inc. is asking the city for a revocable license to stage the…

Business & Finance

County chases new sponsor for what’s now AmericanAirlines Arena

County chases new sponsor for what’s now AmericanAirlines Arena

The home of the Miami Heat may have a new name after more than two decades, as Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday directed the administration to secure a naming rights sponsor for what in two years may…

Communities

Coconut Grove Business Improvement District gets new lease on life

Coconut Grove Business Improvement District gets new lease on life

Property owners have granted another 10 years to the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District’s lifespan. The organization has just won approval by a 61% vote from property owners within its boundaries – 140 of 229…

Arts & Culture

Four-block-long street mural coming to Wynwood

Four-block-long street mural coming to Wynwood

A mural spanning four blocks in Wynwood is expected to arrive next spring. The organization leading efforts to revamp Northwest Third Avenue plans to collaborate with 200-plus volunteers in either late February or March to…

Education

University of Miami UHealth tower due major renovations

University of Miami UHealth tower due major renovations

Massive renovations are underway at the University of Miami UHealth Tower in a three-year program. Plans include expanding the number of operating rooms from 20 to 37 for patients with cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Executive…

Healthcare

Telehealth finds multiple successful niches in Miami-Dade

Telehealth finds multiple successful niches in Miami-Dade

Baptist Health South Florida, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, the University of Miami Health System and the MAVEN Project are finding success in the telehealth space and room to expand. Baptist Health’s Care On Demand continues to…

Transportation

Reversible lanes in Doral area on the road

Reversible lanes in Doral area on the road

A Department of Transportation and Public Works study of the feasibility of reversible traffic lanes in the Doral area is nearly done. The department recommended that the county consider reversible lanes on Northwest 25th Street…

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