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FYI Miami: November 28, 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. CONSTRUCTION STARTS…

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Atomik’s smiling oranges won’t dribble onto basketball court yet

Atomik’s smiling oranges won’t dribble onto basketball court yet

A smiling orange won’t be rolling onto a Liberty City basketball court just yet – certainly not in time for Miami Art Week. Miami’s Arts in Public Places Board unanimously…

Despite tax for raises, teacher vacancies creep up

Despite tax for raises, teacher vacancies creep up

One year after Miami-Dade residents voted to tax themselves more to give teachers a raise and improve school security, the county public school district has roughly the same number of…

7-restaurant Riverside Miami expects to be serving in December

7-restaurant Riverside Miami expects to be serving in December

The ambitious plan to turn a barren spot of land on the Miami River into a family-oriented, open-air culinary experience is coming to fruition. Riverside Miami LLC is working hard…

Preview of Jorge Pérez collection starts hunt for more space

Preview of Jorge Pérez collection starts hunt for more space

When developer and art collector Jorge M. Perez opened El Espacio 23 in Allapattah for a preview last week (ahead of its grand opening during Art Basel), it offered visitors…

Actors’ Playhouse subscriptions soar 30%

Actors’ Playhouse subscriptions soar 30%

Now in its 32nd season, Actors’ Playhouse in Coral Gables is experiencing positive growth, with a 30% increase in subscribing members and a very popular season underway, said Barbara Stein,…

Technology keeps New World Symphony ahead

Technology keeps New World Symphony ahead

The New World Symphony in Miami Beach has added Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) technology to bring 4K clarity to its popular WALLCAST concerts. The symphony debuted the new technological advancement Oct. 12…

If Melreese lease goes ahead, more voices must be heard

If Melreese lease goes ahead, more voices must be heard

Miami commissioners wisely delayed a vote last week to lease the city’s golf course for a century to a massive shopping-office-hotel complex with a soccer stadium until they get all…

Jorge Rovirosa: Stevedores helping to keep goods flowing at PortMiami

Jorge Rovirosa: Stevedores helping to keep goods flowing at PortMiami

PortMiami’s existence may predate the Rovirosa family’s arrival in South Florida, but Florida’s greatest economic generator wouldn’t be what it is today without their influence. Now under the guidance of…

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