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Flagler Street Art Festival joins new downtown activities

The Miami Downtown Development Authority Executive Committee last week was told an upcoming arts event heralds a new era downtown and was asked for a quarter million dollars to help fund the Flagler Street Art Festival,…

Filming grant may put Miami on Love Map

Filming grant may put Miami on Love Map

A romantic comedy movie expected to air on the Lifetime Network about a relationship guru finding love in unlikely places is seeking a $50,000 county grant to shoot here this…

Historic Olympia/Gusman building may get leasing firm

Historic Olympia/Gusman building may get leasing firm

Miami city commissioners are to consider a proposal today (1/14) by NAI Miami Property Management LLC to temporarily manage the historic Olympia building. The agreement, which would be on a…

Miami Worldcenter promenade lined with art murals

Miami Worldcenter promenade lined with art murals

In partnership with Miami Worldcenter, Art4All is providing an alternative for artists to share their work with the public in a way that is safe and accessible. Art4All recently launched…

Holiday Magic in Miami added to visitors bureau list of lures

Holiday Magic in Miami added to visitors bureau list of lures

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is hoping to spread a little Holiday Magic with its latest campaign aimed at boosting local hotels and businesses, which Chief Operating Officer…

Adrienne Arsht Center reopening with Deborah Cox Christmas concert

Adrienne Arsht Center reopening with Deborah Cox Christmas concert

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is reopening its theater stages just in time for the holidays with multi-platinum singer and actress Deborah Cox’s “I’ll Be Home for…

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…

Two weeks without Art Basel: what’s to replace it?

Two weeks without Art Basel: what’s to replace it?

There may not be an in-person Art Basel this year, but Miami Beach officials are planning for an eventful and socially distanced art week and holiday season. Art Week Miami…

Universities get reality check for on-line learning

Universities get reality check for on-line learning

Mihaela Plugarasu has been a professor of communication arts at Florida International University for four years. When the pandemic started, she, like many other instructors, had to move her classes…

Designer-crafted floral-centric murals are headed to Miracle Mile

Designer-crafted floral-centric murals are headed to Miracle Mile

Contracts and planning details are being finalized for the installation of four art murals along Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. The fall economic development programming, which is aiming to debut…

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