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Pérez Art Museum Miami hails its educational efforts

Last week, Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) celebrated a landmark achievement in its educational programming. Later this month, the museum will host an event to capture funding for future educational initiatives. The museum…

Climate cloud may hang over Wynwood

Climate cloud may hang over Wynwood

Plans for a woonerf on Northwest Third Avenue in Wynwood have evolved to include gateway art, possibly in the form of a “climate cloud” that would be suspended above Northwest…

Rubell Collection morphing into large Allapattah museum

Rubell Collection morphing into large Allapattah museum

The Rubell Family Collection, long a Wynwood landmark, will re-open as the Rubell Museum Dec. 4 at 1100 NW 23 St., a 2.5-acre site in Allapattah. The new 100,000-square-foot campus,…

Shalala talks of role in Grove Playhouse restoration

Shalala talks of role in Grove Playhouse restoration

At a Coconut Grove town hall meeting, Miami Commissioner Ken Russell and US Rep. Donna Shalala made slight mention of the now-closed Coconut Grove Playhouse, though the congresswoman said she…

Tongue-in-cheek ‘Unhappy New Yorkers’ website lures transplants

Tongue-in-cheek ‘Unhappy New Yorkers’ website lures transplants

Miami may be locked in a serious battle to draw high-earning transplants from the Northeast, Midwest and other areas, but who’s to say it can’t be fun? Armando Codina, executive…

Coconut Grove Playhouse patch: post office parking lot?

Coconut Grove Playhouse patch: post office parking lot?

As officials with the Miami Parking Authority ponder another potentially long delay in the plan to redevelop the Coconut Grove Playhouse property and build a companion municipal garage, they are…

New World Symphony funded for 4k wallcast technology

New World Symphony funded for 4k wallcast technology

The New World Symphony has secured $3.8 million from a general obligation bond issue that allows the organization to install 4K technology in its home at the New World Center.…

Tequesta Indians’ Miami Circle Park to get state upgrade

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…

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…

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