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Teens around globe translating lessons for Miami kids

Teens around globe translating lessons for Miami kids

When the coronavirus pandemic prompted Miami-Dade Public Schools to close in favor of online classes and testing, faculty and students alike had to adapt to a different way of teaching and learning. To help schools…

Barry University looks at delayed seasons, fanless sports

Barry University looks at delayed seasons, fanless sports

Barry University, a member of the NCAA Division II Sunshine State Conference, is hoping for a safe fall sports season and working within NCAA and public health guidelines to make it happen.  Barry’s director of…

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Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspots

Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspots

Coral Gables hopes to unveil within three months the first pilot of an engineered pole concept that consolidates smart city technologies such as 5G antennas,…

Free event could oust 37-year-old Santa’s Enchanted Forest

Free event could oust 37-year-old Santa’s Enchanted Forest

A free holiday event would replace Santa’s Enchanted Forest, whose lease expired after 37 years in Miami-Dade’s Tropical Park, if the county commission follows a…

Two-building mural a tribute to Black US history

Two-building mural a tribute to Black US history

In tribute to the Black Lives Movement and Black US history, The Museum of Graffiti is presenting a large-scale mural on the walls of two…

Gloria Estefan’s Facebook Watch series targets county film grant

Gloria Estefan’s Facebook Watch series targets county film grant

Facebook Watch’s Red Table Talk Productions Inc. is heading to Miami with a new franchise second series featuring the Estefans and is seeking a $50,000…

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Opinion

Bayfront home values fall, inland values rise: a sea change?

Bayfront home values fall, inland values rise: a sea change?

The latest report on Miami-Dade property values points to a sea change in the relative evaluations we place on dwelling places. Look at data on taxable property values that Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia issued July 1. While many variables change individual properties’ values, collective figures show values of existing properties – not counting new construction – last year as a whole increased just 2.5%, a tick above the inflation rate of 2.28%. But Miami-Dade communities varied widely in change in value of…

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Paul George: Historian puts into perspective impacts as Miami develops

Paul George: Historian puts into perspective impacts as Miami develops

Paul George said he was a mediocre student at Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School, focusing on sports and parties instead. But during his senior year, an engaging history teacher imbued him with positive feelings on history, and when he went to college, he ran with it.  “It really goes back to an inspirational teacher I had in 12th grade that made me think in such a positive way about history. How interesting it is, all the details, it helps you…

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Real Estate

Bid to slow soccer stadium on Melreese golf course stymied

Bid to slow soccer stadium on Melreese golf course stymied

A billion-dollar development to replace the golf course in city-owned Melreese Park keeps chugging ahead, but a zoning application for it met opposition from a commissioner who said Miami is getting ahead of itself and…

Government

Gloria Estefan’s Facebook Watch series targets county film grant

Gloria Estefan’s Facebook Watch series targets county film grant

Facebook Watch’s Red Table Talk Productions Inc. is heading to Miami with a new franchise second series featuring the Estefans and is seeking a $50,000 grant from the county’s film incentive program. The round table…

Business & Finance

Free event could oust 37-year-old Santa’s Enchanted Forest

Free event could oust 37-year-old Santa’s Enchanted Forest

A free holiday event would replace Santa’s Enchanted Forest, whose lease expired after 37 years in Miami-Dade’s Tropical Park, if the county commission follows a path that Mayor Carlos Giménez has laid out. The mayor’s…

Communities

Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspots

Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspots

Coral Gables hopes to unveil within three months the first pilot of an engineered pole concept that consolidates smart city technologies such as 5G antennas, traffic cameras and WiFi hotspots into a single apparatus. The…

Arts & Culture

Two-building mural a tribute to Black US history

Two-building mural a tribute to Black US history

In tribute to the Black Lives Movement and Black US history, The Museum of Graffiti is presenting a large-scale mural on the walls of two buildings at Northwest 25th Street and Third Avenue in Wynwood.…

Education

Palmer Trinity lays out three scenarios to open

Palmer Trinity lays out three scenarios to open

As the new school year approaches, Miami-Dade County private schools are putting in place guidelines that will ensure the safety and wellness of students and faculty. Considering all possibilities, Palmer Trinity School has established a…

Healthcare

Health technology innovator tackles Covid-19

Health technology innovator tackles Covid-19

When MIT and Miami-Dade launched the Global Co-Creation Lab (GCL) late last year, neither expected that one of the health technology concentrator’s concerns in its first year would be a worldwide pandemic. But rather than…

Transportation

Promotions to help buyers are restoring car sales

Promotions to help buyers are restoring car sales

Automotive sales plummeted in April following the coronavirus market crash, shutdown and resulting economic uncertainty, and some local and national dealers are offering new promotions to help buyers finance cars. Goodcarbadcar.net, which produces a month-by-month…

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