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Tequesta Indians’ Miami Circle Park to get state upgrade

The state is preparing to make long-term improvements to Miami Circle Park, home to a 2,000-year-old Tequesta Indian artifact at the mouth of the Miami River. The Department of State has set aside about $500,000 for an…

Miami may seal Ultra Music Festival future

Miami may seal Ultra Music Festival future

Whether the Ultra Music Festival is allowed a second year on Virginia Key could be decided today (5/9) by the Miami City Commission. And this time, the city’s advisory body…

City of Miami art in public places rules wait in wings

City of Miami art in public places rules wait in wings

Proposed City of Miami zoning rules requiring private developers to provide artwork as part of their projects or pay into a special public art fund have been shelved again. A…

Parking has a warm glow in Miami Design District

Parking has a warm glow in Miami Design District

The Miami Parking Authority has hit the switch on bright, colorful new parking lots at the edge of the Miami Design District. On Tuesday evening, authority officials held a grand…

Coconut Grove Arts Festival to feature a bicycle valet

Coconut Grove Arts Festival to feature a bicycle valet

When the 56th annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival kicks off Feb. 16, the works of more than 100 new artists will be featured, out of 360 artists who will display…

Six big Miami-Dade library projects awaiting state grants

Six big Miami-Dade library projects awaiting state grants

Miami-Dade is waiting on $3 million in state grant funds before proceeding with six library projects expected to cost a combined $31.1 million. Commissioners Dec. 18 approved submission for –…

Plaza Coral Gables advances, adds funding for public

Plaza Coral Gables advances, adds funding for public

The Plaza Coral Gables’ second amended development agreement passed unanimously in the city commission last week with one small change – a $2.7 million gift from developer Agave Plaza Trustee…

Artists find few affordable gallery spaces in Wynwood

Artists find few affordable gallery spaces in Wynwood

Fewer artists are finding affordable gallery and studio spaces in Wynwood, and many are forced to say goodbye to its mural-decorated streets. Some are determined to stay, but most newcomers…

Museums plan to link with Art Miami and Art Basel

Museums plan to link with Art Miami and Art Basel

Most museums are planning special events and exhibits in conjunction with Art Miami and Art Basel. Art Miami launches its First View VIP Preview at 1 Herald Plaza Dec. 4-9.…

Free Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts packing Design District

Free Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts packing Design District

Attendance is strong for the Miami Symphony Orchestra’s free events at the Design District Palm Court as locals flock to see Maestro Eduardo Marturet’s work. The turnout has held steady…

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