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Front Page » 2015 » April (Page 5)

FYI Miami: April 9, 2015

DEADLINE EXTENSION: Ordinances up for votes Tuesday would extend the time two municipal advisory committees (MACs) get to study whether to incorporate targeted areas. The county’s Unincorporated Municipal Service Area…

Battle for fairgrounds is useless, so seek creative solutions

Battle for fairgrounds is useless, so seek creative solutions

Little is more gut-wrenching than a contested divorce or custody case. Two decent people paint each other as someone you’d hate to meet in a dark alley. That’s how a…

Filming in Miami: April 9, 2015

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823;…

Hot issues in ‘Ethics in Education’ forum

Hot issues in ‘Ethics in Education’ forum

With all the recent issues surrounding public education – from outcries over excessive school testing to bullying – a conference on education ethics seems timely. The Ethics in Education conference…

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Health firm leasing in ballpark garage

Health firm leasing in ballpark garage

After a long stretch with no hits, the Miami Parking Authority has connected with a health care company that will bring medical services to the parking garages hugging Marlins ballpark…

Profile: Rodolphe el-Khoury

Profile: Rodolphe el-Khoury

Rodolphe el-Khoury didn’t hesitate for a second when he was recruited as dean for University of Miami’s School of Architecture. He’s fascinated by the diverse architectural styles in this city…

Dacra leasing new Design District phase

Dacra leasing new Design District phase

Bal Harbour Shops just a few years ago was Miami’s ground zero for luxury retail brands, but that has changed. About 18 months ago, pioneering real estate developer Dacra, in…

Cruise lines seek more Miami berths

Cruise lines seek more Miami berths

More cruise ships aim to come to PortMiami, a Miami-Dade County official revealed. A number of companies are in talks with the county about bringing their ships to PortMiami, Deputy…

Clocks ticks on Mediterranean Village plan

Clocks ticks on Mediterranean Village plan

Developers of the proposed Mediterranean Village on the former Old Spanish Village site asked the Coral Gables Commission not to be afraid of sharing city founder George Merrick’s vision of…

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