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Embattled fitness professionals train for stay-at-home world

Embattled fitness professionals train for stay-at-home world

  Less than a week into closures of all “non-essential” businesses due to the coronavirus, Danny Lopez-Calleja estimated he could keep things running for about three months. After that, the future looked grim for CrossFit…

New World Symphony keeps its global audience tuned in

New World Symphony keeps its global audience tuned in

  The New World Symphony is creating new platforms to provide available content and curated series of online performances at its initiative to stay connected and continuing to educate its fellows and tuned-in audiences from…

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Coronavirus impact to batter Miami’s $69 million reserves

Coronavirus impact to batter Miami’s $69 million reserves

  The City of Miami held a virtual emergency special meeting last week, with elected officials discussing the city’s efforts to grapple with the novel…

United Way emergency response fund passes $2.1 million

United Way emergency response fund passes $2.1 million

  In efforts to rapidly respond to the coronavirus crisis, United Way of Miami-Dade has activated emergency initiative “Operation Helping Hands.” With the collaboration of…

Miami-Dade puts 60 free arts sites on display via web

Miami-Dade puts 60 free arts sites on display via web

  Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs’ Culture Shock Miami has launched a virtual listing of online arts programming called “Online Experiences.” As cultural organizations…

Funding for $5 billion in MIA improvements left on standby

Funding for $5 billion in MIA improvements left on standby

  Miami International Airport’s (MIA) $5 billion capital improvement work is already underway, and after several delays, OK of bonds to fund the 15-year job…

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Opinion

Imperiled democracy requires paying the news utility bill

Imperiled democracy requires paying the news utility bill

                  If you read Miami Today regularly, you know you can’t get 90% of our news anywhere else. By design, that news looks ahead. We do a unique job using three strong pillars:  1. Spotlight the whole community. That stabilizes us in the coronavirus fight. 2. Look toward what’s ahead to get back to normal. 3. Focus on a future Miami that isn’t business as usual but can improve life, work and business. To do that, we deliver news where you are, in print via…

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Pete Carr: Building growth as president of Bacardi North America

Pete Carr: Building growth as president of Bacardi North America

  As president of Bacardi North America, Pete Carr oversees the stateside operations of the largest privately held, family-owned spirits company on the planet. It’s a demanding job that starts before the sun rises and concludes hours after sunset. “My days either start in an airport or in a gym here,” he said. “It usually ends at a bar, having a cocktail, listening to people or talking to bartenders so I can get their insights and ideas. Our best ideas don’t come…

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Real Estate

Target store signs for planned Overtown block

Target store signs for planned Overtown block

Retail giant Target has signed a letter of intent to open a store inside a planned mixed-use retail and residential development in Overtown called Block 55, according to the developer of the expansive project. The…

Government

Coronavirus impact to batter Miami’s $69 million reserves

Coronavirus impact to batter Miami’s $69 million reserves

  The City of Miami held a virtual emergency special meeting last week, with elected officials discussing the city’s efforts to grapple with the novel coronavirus. As they deliberated over meals for seniors and curfew…

Business & Finance

OPINION – Business-driven economic recovery plan means direct aid

In reading your recent editorial I had a flashback to the Miami Today roundtable in 2008 when I was a panelist with Dr. Mark Rosenberg, president of Florida International University. A member of the audience…

Communities

United Way emergency response fund passes $2.1 million

United Way emergency response fund passes $2.1 million

  In efforts to rapidly respond to the coronavirus crisis, United Way of Miami-Dade has activated emergency initiative “Operation Helping Hands.” With the collaboration of funders and corporate partners, Operation Helping Hands has launched the…

Arts & Culture

Miami-Dade puts 60 free arts sites on display via web

Miami-Dade puts 60 free arts sites on display via web

  Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs’ Culture Shock Miami has launched a virtual listing of online arts programming called “Online Experiences.” As cultural organizations are finding innovative ways to share content and services on…

Education

MIT students co-teach to inspire STEAM careers

MIT students co-teach to inspire STEAM careers

Most students hoping to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics from world-class academics must first score well on standardized tests to earn a seat in a college classroom. At a K-8 magnet in Coral…

Healthcare

Embattled fitness professionals train for stay-at-home world

Embattled fitness professionals train for stay-at-home world

  Less than a week into closures of all “non-essential” businesses due to the coronavirus, Danny Lopez-Calleja estimated he could keep things running for about three months. After that, the future looked grim for CrossFit…

Transportation

Funding for $5 billion in MIA improvements left on standby

Funding for $5 billion in MIA improvements left on standby

  Miami International Airport’s (MIA) $5 billion capital improvement work is already underway, and after several delays, OK of bonds to fund the 15-year job was set to finally take flight Tuesday. Now the bonds…

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