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Kareem Tabsch: Documentary filmmaker co-directing Beach’s O Cinema

Kareem Tabsch: Documentary filmmaker co-directing Beach’s O Cinema

Kareem Tabsch says his work days teeter-totter between his two occupations.  He spends part of his work day helping run O Cinema, an independent cinema that’s been bringing unique, indie…

Leaders must step up and vow Together We Will Prosper

Leaders must step up and vow Together We Will Prosper

Days after Hurricane Andrew crushed south Miami-Dade, high-powered business leaders spearheaded comprehensive economic recovery via We Will Rebuild. Where is today’s team? What we need, right now, is a cluster…

ChamberSOUTH adds virtual programming to aid members

ChamberSOUTH adds virtual programming to aid members

  During a time of uncertainty and confusion among small business owners, ChamberSOUTH wants the community to know that it’s still open for business.  To better serve its members and…

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Filming in Miami: April 16, 2020

No new filming this week in Miami-Dade County.…

FYI Miami: April 16, 2020

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. CORPORATE…

Miami City Ballet costume corps creates hospital masks

Miami City Ballet costume corps creates hospital masks

  When thinking of creative ways to lift spirits of medical workers at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Miami City Ballet’s costume department rose to the challenge by creating customized protective face…

Transit Alliance Miami targets improved bus system

Transit Alliance Miami targets improved bus system

  Transit Alliance Miami’s Better Bus Project, a county-wide redesign of Miami-Dade’s Metrobus route network, was in its final stages before mandated coronavirus closures last month stalled efforts. Just over…

Velocia app that encourages alternative transit expanding

Velocia app that encourages alternative transit expanding

  Velocia has only been around a short while, but the app startup that encourages people to use alternative transportation modes is continuing to expand both the services it offers…

$150 million Jackson Health System credit lifeline due from Wells Fargo

$150 million Jackson Health System credit lifeline due from Wells Fargo

  Jackson Health System is seeking up to $150 million “operating capital” from Wells Fargo in its Covid-19 fight. Miami-Dade lawmakers Tuesday voted 12-1 for emergency action that, if OK’d…

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