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Miami-Dade housing rents dip a hair

Miami-Dade housing rents dip a hair

As the vaccine rollout allows the economy to slowly reopen and replenish jobs, the need for multifamily rental spaces has increased throughout Miami-Dade County. So far in 2021, the average…

Miami Film Festival entry focuses on taser death in Miami Beach

Miami Film Festival entry focuses on taser death in Miami Beach

Premiering during a time of violent racial and social injustice tension in the US, the Miami Film Festival is set to screen “Reefa,” a film based on Israel “Reefa” Hernandez,…

CityPlace Doral puts variety of arts into spotlight

CityPlace Doral puts variety of arts into spotlight

CityPlace Doral is bringing together an arts and cultural initiative to welcome more visitors to its open-air shopping, wellness and entertainment experience. With recent collaborations with Miami Dolphins for a…

Limited-capacity movie theaters fill, add programming

Limited-capacity movie theaters fill, add programming

With social distanced automatic seating and ticketing protocols for each showing, several local theaters are reporting uptake of audiences, filling up showings at limited capacity. Still under strict safety regulations,…

Zoo Miami plucks Atlanta star to be new leader

Zoo Miami plucks Atlanta star to be new leader

Zoo Miami has brought in William Elgar, formerly director of zoological operations for the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, as its new director. He replaces Carol Kruse, who retired. Now in…

Institute of Contemporary Art issues children’s video game

Institute of Contemporary Art issues children’s video game

To capture younger audiences creatively, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami has released a custom children’s video game called Kittenberger’s Art Adventures. As part of the museum’s expanded 2021 educational…

St. Thomas University builds on internships

St. Thomas University builds on internships

Since being added to the undergraduate curriculum in fall 2019, St. Thomas University’s experiential learning experience requirement continues to connect students with prominent businesses and potential employers. Not letting the…

Coral Gables sounds out merchants on adding street music

Coral Gables sounds out merchants on adding street music

Coral Gables city commissioners favor possibly easing noise prohibitions near and around the Central Business District. During their March 9 commission meeting, Commissioner Michael Mena brought up a discussion on…

United Way survey seeks to pinpoint pandemic’s impacts

United Way survey seeks to pinpoint pandemic’s impacts

Almost a year after Covid-19 struck and stalled the world, United Way of Miami-Dade has launched a Pandemic Impact Survey to measure how significantly Miami-Dade County households and small business…

7-acre Plaza Coral Gables sprints to finish line

7-acre Plaza Coral Gables sprints to finish line

Despite hurdles and challenges presented by the pandemic, construction at The Plaza Coral Gables remains on schedule to meet its August 2022 completion goal.  Developed by Agave Holdings LLC, the…

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