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Front Page » 2020 » November

50,000 in Miami-Dade could get first round of Pfizer vaccine

50,000 in Miami-Dade could get first round of Pfizer vaccine

By Jesse Scheckner Fifty thousand Miami-Dade residents could receive the first round of Pfizer’s new Covid-19 vaccine, Jackson Health System CEO Carlos Migoya said Tuesday. Guidance from the state will…

Commuter Miami Beach ferry service set to cross the bay

Commuter Miami Beach ferry service set to cross the bay

After nearly two years of negotiations as well as setbacks related to Covid-19, Poseidon Ferry is to begin cross-bay commuter services between downtown Miami and Miami Beach on Nov. 29.…

New St. Thomas University pandemic center to fund businesses

New St. Thomas University pandemic center to fund businesses

Roughly a third of the $3 million in Cares Act funds Miami-Dade is giving to St. Thomas University’s Center of Pandemic, Disaster and Quarantine Research will be used for local…

Despite pandemic, PortMiami sets all-time cargo record

Despite pandemic, PortMiami sets all-time cargo record

PortMiami just posted the biggest import-export numbers in its 80-plus-year history, new Miami-Dade County figures show, exceeding its prior record by 1.5% despite the difficulties that come with operating under…

Public-private deal’s 31-story downtown Miami residences near

Public-private deal’s 31-story downtown Miami residences near

Major progress is being made on construction of a residential tower rising in the heart of downtown Miami and the project continues to be ahead of schedule. Grand Station, a…

Bayside observation wheel gives thousands bird’s-eye views

Bayside observation wheel gives thousands bird’s-eye views

For a little over two weeks, Bayside Marketplace’s observation wheel has been open to the public and offering views of the downtown Miami skyline, with crowds rising into the thousands…

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Miami Beach enters problematic naming rights gold rush

Miami Beach enters problematic naming rights gold rush

Miami Beach has joined the gold rush to sell naming rights. Sadly, most who join the hunt end up poorer. A committee is following a gold map from a consultant…

Filming in Miami: November 26, 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,…

Moviegoers see theater safety precautions in brighter light

Moviegoers see theater safety precautions in brighter light

Local film theaters are seeing a steady flow of moviegoers coming back to in-person cinema as promised safety measures ease their comfort levels.  Loyal patrons are putting in efforts to…

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