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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 – and subsequent spending of – Florida public…

Art Basel Miami Beach keynotes an arts rebirth

Art Basel Miami Beach keynotes an arts rebirth

This year’s Art Basel Miami Beach opens amid a season of rebirth for the arts: The Bass Museum is re-opening after being renovated and the Institute of Contemporary Art will…

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami ready to make a splash

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami ready to make a splash

With preparations underway to open its permanent home in the Miami Design District on Dec. 1, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami plans to kick off its grand opening with…

City tweaks rules affecting Wynwood Arts District

City tweaks rules affecting Wynwood Arts District

Miami planning and zoning officials continue to tweak language of proposed legislation to govern temporary uses on vacant land, which impacts so-called pop-up businesses – in particular the venture in…

Developers plan culinary pop-up along Miami River

Developers plan culinary pop-up along Miami River

At a bend in the Miami River, just a few blocks from downtown, developers plan to open a culinary pop-up venue next month. They say it will be a taste…

Intermission in plans to redevelop Olympia Theater

Intermission in plans to redevelop Olympia Theater

A City of Miami commissioner has called for an intermission in reaction to a developer’s plan to redevelop the iconic and historic Olympia Theater in downtown Miami. An affiliate of…

South Florida’s arts and culture season coming to life

South Florida’s arts and culture season coming to life

As the summer months fade into fall and the rainy season slowly lets up, South Florida’s arts and culture season comes alive with an array of plays, concerts, ballets, exhibits,…

HistoryMiami updating its two buildings

HistoryMiami updating its two buildings

With all the changes downtown, HistoryMiami doesn’t want to get left behind. Jorge Zamanillo, HistoryMiami president and CEO, is updating its two buildings on the Cultural Center Plaza at 101…

Next act at Coconut Grove Playhouse may be city garage

Next act at Coconut Grove Playhouse may be city garage

While neighbors keep campaigning to save the old Coconut Grove Playhouse from the wrecking ball, officials with the Miami Parking Authority are moving ahead with plans for a municipal garage…

Redevelopment agency funds Art Africa Miami Arts Fair

Redevelopment agency funds Art Africa Miami Arts Fair

In their efforts to solidify Overtown’s position as a hub for history and the arts, directors of the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) voted unanimously to grant The…

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