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Front Page » 2018 (Page 3)

Coral Gables looks at leveling oldest downtown building

Coral Gables looks at leveling oldest downtown building

Whether the old LaSalle Cleaners building will be demolished and turned into a 35-space surface parking lot will come back to the Coral Gables City Commission on Dec. 11 for…

Filming in Miami: December 6, 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,…

To hook prize film industry projects, the right bait is vital

To hook prize film industry projects, the right bait is vital

Florida is losing a fishing contest to hook film and video productions. It must add lures to its tackle box to reel in the prize catches. The awards when we…

Miami to rename Museum Park for Maurice Ferré

Miami to rename Museum Park for Maurice Ferré

One of the City of Miami’s waterfront parks is being renamed in honor of long-time mayor and community leader Maurice Ferré. The Miami City Commission has begun the process to…

Art Basel detours its Grand Basel auto show

Art Basel detours its Grand Basel auto show

Millions of dollars worth of cars are no longer coming to Miami Beach to be displayed as art for the first year of Grand Basel. Grand Basel, coming from the…

Museums plan to link with Art Miami and Art Basel

Museums plan to link with Art Miami and Art Basel

Most museums are planning special events and exhibits in conjunction with Art Miami and Art Basel. Art Miami launches its First View VIP Preview at 1 Herald Plaza Dec. 4-9.…

Miami Beach commercial market outpacing condos

Miami Beach commercial market outpacing condos

The Miami Beach real estate market is holding steady from last year as 2018 nears to a close. On the one hand, condominium sales remain flat as a majority of…

Police, white knight, screen hero don’t quell theatrical peril

Police, white knight, screen hero don’t quell theatrical peril

What’s the longest-running theatrical drama in Miami? Hint: it’s been running for 30 years, tying the longest-running Broadway show in history, “The Phantom of the Opera,” which to date has…

Miami moves toward requiring affordable housing in projects

Miami moves toward requiring affordable housing in projects

The City of Miami has taken a big step toward creating affordable housing with the inclusionary zoning measure sponsored by Commissioner Ken Russell. City commissioners voted unanimously Nov. 15 to…

David K.C. Chien: Represents economic, cultural interest of Taiwan here

David K.C. Chien: Represents economic, cultural interest of Taiwan here

As director general of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Miami, David K.C. Chien helms the diplomatic, consular and economic development headquarters of his home country in representing the…

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