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Front Page » 2020 » September (Page 3)

Chambers of commerce help businesses reinvent themselves

Chambers of commerce help businesses reinvent themselves

Being there when they’re needed the most, chambers of commerce continue to pave the way for members to stay on track as the pandemic lingers.  Beyond being a main resource…

FYI Miami: September 24, 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. JOBLESS…

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Teresa King Kinney: CEO plans eighth location of Miami Association of Realtors

Teresa King Kinney: CEO plans eighth location of Miami Association of Realtors

Teresa King Kinney’s career trajectory was hardly a straight line into real estate. She went from a movie theater job to three consecutive government positions, including one in which she…

Filming in Miami: September 24, 2020

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,…

Miami-Dade puts new airport in Homestead onto agenda

Miami-Dade puts new airport in Homestead onto agenda

After years of negotiating, it’s time to make a deal to use Homestead Air Reserve Base land for Miami-Dade County aviation purposes, according to Commissioner Dennis Moss. Commissioners are to…

A third of Miami-Dade drivers carry suspended licenses

A third of Miami-Dade drivers carry suspended licenses

A new team could soon be looking at easing driver license suspensions in Miami-Dade, which proponents say will benefit residents’ wallets and government coffers. County commissioners Oct. 6 are to…

Arts community battles through wrenching major changes

Arts community battles through wrenching major changes

Shortly after the coronavirus pandemic forced closure across Miami-Dade in March, the county Department of Cultural Affairs began sending artists and organizations monthly surveys to gauge how deeply the sector…

Classy Miami Beach designer bus stops get no operator bids

Classy Miami Beach designer bus stops get no operator bids

Miami Beach transportation officials want to add shelters to all 300-plus city bus stops, but after an original solicitation was deemed too pricey for vendors they are asking the city…

Bass Museum spearheads walking tours of Miami Beach art

Bass Museum spearheads walking tours of Miami Beach art

Covid-19 has convinced many Miami-Dade residents to embrace the outdoors, and the Bass Museum is looking to build on this trend by spearheading the Art Outside program, which aims to…

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