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Coral Gables packs public safety teams into new $68 million center

Coral Gables packs public safety teams into new $68 million center

The City of Coral Gables has inaugurated its new, state-of-the-art public safety building, which is the new headquarters for the city’s police and fire departments.  The 200,000-square-foot public safety building…

CocoWalk revival helps drive Coconut Grove business

CocoWalk revival helps drive Coconut Grove business

The revival of lifestyle center CocoWalk and committed support for restaurant and retail industries are to be the driving forces to bring life back into Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood, local…

Estefan family get 12 more episodes on Facebook Watch

Estefan family get 12 more episodes on Facebook Watch

Facebook Watch has ordered 12 additional episodes of Red Table Talk: The Estefans after the series’ eight-episode Miami debut in October. Made popular by executive producer Jada Pinkett Smith and…

Miami arts relying on intimate digital performances

Miami arts relying on intimate digital performances

Performing arts groups, theater houses and institutions are using technology to spread their work around the world, along with smaller more intimate inhouse productions. A hybrid of in-person theatrical performances…

Health protocols, state rebate brighten Miami filming picture

Health protocols, state rebate brighten Miami filming picture

Miami-Dade County’s film industry has been one of the hardest hit during the pandemic, which forced production crews to carry adopted safety protocols into the new year, making the county…

Doral officials may vote to give themselves pay for life

Doral officials may vote to give themselves pay for life

Anyone who has held Doral elected office eight years or more could soon become eligible for an elected officials retirement plan. The first reading of an ordinance establishing lifetime retirement…

Coral Gables seeks clean water pearl in native oysters

Coral Gables seeks clean water pearl in native oysters

A proposed project to increase the population of native oysters, leading to cleaner waterways in Coral Gables, won support during Tuesday’s city’s commission meeting.  Sponsored by Vice Mayor Vince Lago,…

Zoo Miami conservation center to open, immersing visitors

Zoo Miami conservation center to open, immersing visitors

Zoo Miami’s Conservation Action Center is ready to connect guests with wildlife and nature conservation issues in Florida through storytelling and play. Set to launch Jan. 16, the center at…

United Way Miami exhausts relief funds

United Way Miami exhausts relief funds

The United Way of Miami-Dade has exhausted its Miami-Dade Pandemic Assistance Program federal relief funds of $30.96 million, allocating it to more than 59,720 people who were significantly impacted by…

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…

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