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Front Page » 2018 » May (Page 5)

Miami River Commission backs vast downtown development

Miami River Commission backs vast downtown development

The Miami River Commission is endorsing the latest plan to redevelop a city-owned property in the heart of downtown. By unanimous vote Monday the commission recommended approval of a proposal…

City of Miami may buy, renovate former theater

City of Miami may buy, renovate former theater

In an effort to spruce up another corner of the Liberty City neighborhood, the City of Miami is considering a project to purchase and renovate a vacant former theater. Known…

Filming in Miami: May 10, 2018

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

Bright green in the visitor industry merits closer attention

Bright green in the visitor industry merits closer attention

Miami-Dade’s visitor industry has every reason to smile as it looks ahead. Every visitor figure is a bright green – green as in growing revenues. Last year overnight visitors spent…

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Chana Budgazad Sheldon: Directing Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami

Chana Budgazad Sheldon: Directing Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami

After two years without a permanent executive director, the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami [MOCA] welcomed Chana Budgazad Sheldon this year. She brings almost two decades of experience in…

36-month Miami-Dade transit rider loss worsens

36-month Miami-Dade transit rider loss worsens

Miami-Dade’s reeling transit system just recorded another huge loss, as total riders declined 12.9% in a single month from the prior year, latest county data reveal. March was the 36th…

Voters get last word on Jungle Island hotel, lease extension

Voters get last word on Jungle Island hotel, lease extension

The owners of Jungle Island plan a long, slender hotel designed like the curves and cascading balconies of a cruise ship, only smaller, as a key to a multi-million-dollar redevelopment…

County pitches Miami Marlins court winnings (if any) for transit

County pitches Miami Marlins court winnings (if any) for transit

Any available funds that the county claws back from the Miami Marlins in an ongoing lawsuit over the team’s stadium contract should be allocated to the county’s planned six-corridor transit…

International travel up 5% through Miami International Airport

International travel up 5% through Miami International Airport

The number of international passengers traveling through Miami International Airport this year is nearly 5% ahead of the same period in 2017, most recent data from the Miami-Dade Aviation Department…

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