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China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

Miami-Dade’s efforts to build a new civil and probate courthouse must speed up or at least remain on track to avoid a potential fiscal quagmire due to souring trade relations with China, Commissioner Sally Heyman…

Luxury private Drivers Club Miami doesn’t race to starting line

Luxury private Drivers Club Miami doesn’t race to starting line

A year after a lease took effect between developers and Miami-Dade County for significant community investments within the Carol City neighborhood in Miami Gardens, including a luxury private auto track and club, construction has yet…

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Celebrities welcome Miami International Airport arrivals

Celebrities welcome Miami International Airport arrivals

The voices of some of Miami’s most recognizable personalities are greeting visitors and passengers at Miami International Airport (MIA) as part of a new campaign…

200-bed Palmetto Bay hospital caught in zoning battle

200-bed Palmetto Bay hospital caught in zoning battle

A proposed 71-acre, 200-bed waterfront hospital campus in Palmetto Bay won’t be built anytime soon, with a drawn-out court battle expected between the village and…

Billboards trumpeting arrival of telemedicine

Billboards trumpeting arrival of telemedicine

Billboards popping up across town, announcing that medical services are just a mouse click away, are evidence that telemedicine has arrived. The Florida Legislature authorized…

MiMo association sues city over murals

MiMo association sues city over murals

After the City of Miami Commission granted an appeal for a set of murals at a business in the MiMo Historic District, a community organization…

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Opinion

Use wisdom that gave Miami Dade College great leaders

Use wisdom that gave Miami Dade College great leaders

Trustees Chairman Martin Fine led a very successful 1995 presidential transition that expanded gains for Miami Dade College. He’s seen at the Wolfson Campus downtown. Miami Dade was shaken as the president of the famed public college announced he would step down after a long, acclaimed tenure. Some doubted he would be replaced by a true leader to carry the college forward. Troubling times indeed for the community. That is the situation today as Miami Dade College awaits its trustees’ action next…

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Kathryn Mikesell: Brings global artists here, houses local artists affordably

Kathryn Mikesell: Brings global artists here, houses local artists affordably

For Kathryn Mikesell and her husband, Dan, the Fountainhead Residency and Studios began as ways for the arts enthusiasts to give back to the Miami arts community in a unique, lasting way and foster the city’s cultural growth. While the central missions of the two passion projects remain intact today, each has grown substantially, as has the couple’s involvement in supporting artists through a growing number of related programs. Founded in 2008, the Fountainhead Residency brings up to four artists each month…

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Real Estate

Allapattah to get 267 affordable units for elderly

Allapattah to get 267 affordable units for elderly

Hundreds of affordable apartments are coming to Allapattah, all designed for elderly tenants. Allapattah Ventures LLC is proposing a 13-story structure at 1396 NW 36th St. to be called Mosaico, home to about 267 dwelling…

Government

China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

Miami-Dade’s efforts to build a new civil and probate courthouse must speed up or at least remain on track to avoid a potential fiscal quagmire due to souring trade relations with China, Commissioner Sally Heyman…

Business & Finance

Billboards trumpeting arrival of telemedicine

Billboards trumpeting arrival of telemedicine

Billboards popping up across town, announcing that medical services are just a mouse click away, are evidence that telemedicine has arrived. The Florida Legislature authorized it earlier this year with a July 1 start date.…

Communities

MiMo association sues city over murals

MiMo association sues city over murals

After the City of Miami Commission granted an appeal for a set of murals at a business in the MiMo Historic District, a community organization that sets out to preserve the integrity of the district…

Arts & Culture

Tongue-in-cheek ‘Unhappy New Yorkers’ website lures transplants

Tongue-in-cheek ‘Unhappy New Yorkers’ website lures transplants

Miami may be locked in a serious battle to draw high-earning transplants from the Northeast, Midwest and other areas, but who’s to say it can’t be fun? Armando Codina, executive chairman of Codina Partners; Jim…

Education

Miami universities buck trend, add Chinese students

Miami universities buck trend, add Chinese students

Miami Business School welcomed 225 graduate students from China last week, around one-third of University of Miami’s business school total intake. Chinese graduate student enrollments doubled from last year, and the most recent figures are…

Healthcare

200-bed Palmetto Bay hospital caught in zoning battle

200-bed Palmetto Bay hospital caught in zoning battle

A proposed 71-acre, 200-bed waterfront hospital campus in Palmetto Bay won’t be built anytime soon, with a drawn-out court battle expected between the village and the intended developer. The dispute boils down to what the…

Transportation

Celebrities welcome Miami International Airport arrivals

Celebrities welcome Miami International Airport arrivals

The voices of some of Miami’s most recognizable personalities are greeting visitors and passengers at Miami International Airport (MIA) as part of a new campaign to make the air hub “a little more ‘Miami.’” The…

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