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Front Page » 2020 » December (Page 4)

Roland Sanchez-Medina Jr.: Targets pandemic education in leading Hispanic Chamber

Roland Sanchez-Medina Jr.: Targets pandemic education in leading Hispanic Chamber

In June, when Roland Sanchez-Medina Jr. was sworn in as board chairman of the South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, he did so while wearing a mask. The coronavirus pandemic…

We may miss Goldman Sachs job bonanza if we don’t act

We may miss Goldman Sachs job bonanza if we don’t act

In the midst of all-consuming twin scourges of a worsening pandemic and an endless drive to subvert an election, pivotal long-term news for South Florida’s economy requires fast action. Ten…

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Residential buildings near shopping center greeted coolly

Residential buildings near shopping center greeted coolly

A sweeping plan to build a series of apartment buildings and town homes in the shadow of a large existing shopping center received a chilly reception from a City of…

Filming in Miami: December 17, 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,…

FYI Miami: December 17, 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. COLLINS…

Miami Beach lands big-name meeting, sees path to more

Miami Beach lands big-name meeting, sees path to more

The Miami Beach Convention Center has just secured its first major booking for 2021, the annual meeting of The Aesthetic Society (American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery) that will bring…

Heralded Underdeck park beneath I-395 still lacks plans and costs

Heralded Underdeck park beneath I-395 still lacks plans and costs

The Underdeck, a 33-acre downtown Miami illuminated park underneath a redesigned I-395, is well underway and should be completed by fall 2024, the Florida Department of Transportation says. But firm…

Coconut Grove BID pays restaurants to feed the needy

Coconut Grove BID pays restaurants to feed the needy

The Coconut Grove Business Improvement District has relaunched its Grove Stove program to help offset the financial burden endured by restaurants, feed those in need and fuel the neighborhood’s economic…

Zoo Miami still awaiting first of sister zoos OK’d in 2017

Zoo Miami still awaiting first of sister zoos OK’d in 2017

In August 2017, former Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez sent a proposal to county commissioners detailing a new sister zoos program that would pair Zoo Miami with zoos in the Bahamas,…

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