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Miami International Boat Show, Marine Stadium on collision course?

Miami International Boat Show, Marine Stadium on collision course?

There remain serious concerns among those supporting restoration of Miami Marine Stadium that the millions of dollars going into rebuilding it may be wasted if the Miami International Boat Show continues to control the city-owned…

Downtown pays for look at closing some Biscayne Boulevard lanes

Downtown pays for look at closing some Biscayne Boulevard lanes

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted unanimously Friday to back Biscayne Green Weekend – three days of activations to evaluate the outcome of closing part of Biscayne Boulevard to traffic and opening it to…

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Miami Beach seeks interest in running one of oldest buildings

Miami Beach seeks interest in running one of oldest buildings

It’s one of Miami Beach’s oldest buildings. Now, city commissioners want to drum up ideas for use of the Carl Fisher Clubhouse. Mayor Dan Gelber…

Banking mergers, rebranding recalibrating financial markets

Banking mergers, rebranding recalibrating financial markets

Further evolution in the banking industry is occurring, nationally and right here at home, with mergers and rebranding impacting the financial market. As a byproduct…

Miami Beach kaleidoscopic bridge inches toward reality

Miami Beach kaleidoscopic bridge inches toward reality

For Miami Beach, a development that’ll lead to a kaleidoscopic bridge to welcome those coming in and out of the city, a 3-acre park with…

Miami land swap for city administration building may collapse

Miami land swap for city administration building may collapse

The Miami City Commission deferred a rezoning for the city’s riverside offices site linked with its lease to a developer in exchange for a new…

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Opinion

Miami-Dade’s 1.8% unemployment is spectacular – if true

Miami-Dade’s 1.8% unemployment is spectacular – if true

The news was so good Friday that I couldn’t believe it, but there it was: Miami-Dade County’s unemployment rate had hit its lowest point ever – by far. From November’s all-time record low of 2.7%, in a single month unemployment had dropped again by a full third to just 1.8%. Amazing. It looked absolutely too good to be true. After all, the national unemployment rate was 3.5% and the three lowest state rates in the nation were 2.3% in Utah, Vermont…

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Cristiano Musillo: Leading Italy’s efforts in Florida, Southeast, Caribbean

Cristiano Musillo: Leading Italy’s efforts in Florida, Southeast, Caribbean

The name of the Consulate General for Italy in Miami is something of a misnomer, according to Consul General Cristiano Musillo, who this year will celebrate two decades of service as a foreign diplomat. Though headquartered in Coral Gables, the office over which Mr. Musillo has presided since August 2018 has an expansive jurisdiction, encompassing Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and South Carolina, as well nearly all of the Caribbean except Cuba and the Dominican Republic. “It’s a huge part of the world…

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Real Estate

Miami land swap for city administration building may collapse

Miami land swap for city administration building may collapse

The Miami City Commission deferred a rezoning for the city’s riverside offices site linked with its lease to a developer in exchange for a new municipal administration building nearby, with discussion portending a possible collapse…

Government

Miami Beach kaleidoscopic bridge inches toward reality

Miami Beach kaleidoscopic bridge inches toward reality

For Miami Beach, a development that’ll lead to a kaleidoscopic bridge to welcome those coming in and out of the city, a 3-acre park with residency features and a 519-foot tower of 330 residential units…

Business & Finance

Banking mergers, rebranding recalibrating financial markets

Banking mergers, rebranding recalibrating financial markets

Further evolution in the banking industry is occurring, nationally and right here at home, with mergers and rebranding impacting the financial market. As a byproduct of the consolidation many consumers are waking up to discover…

Communities

Miami Beach seeks interest in running one of oldest buildings

Miami Beach seeks interest in running one of oldest buildings

It’s one of Miami Beach’s oldest buildings. Now, city commissioners want to drum up ideas for use of the Carl Fisher Clubhouse. Mayor Dan Gelber and the city commission discussed the clubhouse’s potential Jan. 15…

Arts & Culture

LED lights illuminate coastline for Super Bowl

LED lights illuminate coastline for Super Bowl

The million guests expected to flood into Downtown for the Super Bowl will be treated with hot pinks lights as they amble along Bayfront Park’s coastline.  A total of 46 LED lights have been installed…

Education

Southeast Fisheries Science Center to be on the move

Southeast Fisheries Science Center to be on the move

After considering various options, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, popularly known as NOAA, has determined that its existing Southeast Fisheries Science Center on Virginia Key will eventually be replaced by a new facility. But…

Healthcare

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

The healthcare industry is scrambling to head off a predicted nursing shortage that could be devasting to patient care. “Baseline forecasts show that Florida will face a shortage of registered nurses by 2025 that is…

Transportation

Super Bowl tri-county transit pass won’t last long

Super Bowl tri-county transit pass won’t last long

After months of planning, Miami-Dade transit officials on Friday announced a single mass transit pass linking from West Palm Beach to the Upper Florida Keys – but only for the Super Bowl. The pass program…

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