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Massive change is coming to Government Center

Massive change is coming to Government Center

Change is coming to Government Center, a 20-acre area encompassing 16 county-owned properties in downtown Miami, and the document that will guide its transformation is due to be delivered to…

Reaffirm college’s academic freedom after China pressuring

Reaffirm college’s academic freedom after China pressuring

On the pretext of protecting Miami Dade College from political influence, censorship, the stifling of free speech, and loss of academic freedom, a powerful faction has used political influence to…

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FYI Miami: September 12, 2019

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. MELREESE-MIA REPORT…

Jose Gonzalez: Developer leads Builders Association of South Florida

Jose Gonzalez: Developer leads Builders Association of South Florida

The original plan after high school was to become a lawyer, said Jose Gonzalez, executive vice president of Florida East Coast Industries. But like many, he had to work to…

Filming in Miami: September 12, 2019

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,…

Task force to boost Palmetto Bay revamp

Task force to boost Palmetto Bay revamp

Palmetto Bay’s negotiations over a project that, if approved, will transform the village’s downtown into a modern city center will probably begin this month and include a new task force…

Shalala talks of role in Grove Playhouse restoration

Shalala talks of role in Grove Playhouse restoration

At a Coconut Grove town hall meeting, Miami Commissioner Ken Russell and US Rep. Donna Shalala made slight mention of the now-closed Coconut Grove Playhouse, though the congresswoman said she…

Shake-A-Leg for disabled seeks city-aided upgrade

Shake-A-Leg for disabled seeks city-aided upgrade

Shake-A-Leg Miami – a water sports organization serving youth and adults with disabilities, including veterans – will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year, an occasion that also marks the expiration…

Shortage of Psychiatrists makes care spotty at best

Shortage of Psychiatrists makes care spotty at best

A nationwide shortage of psychiatrists is among key factors making it difficult for South Florida’s mentally impaired residents to find care in their own communities. “Locally we have a large…

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