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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…

Doral transforms parks with dozen-plus sculptures

Doral transforms parks with dozen-plus sculptures

The City of Doral has transformed public parks and places into art exhibits with more than a dozen of artist Manolo Valdés’s larger-than-life sculptures. In partnership with the Doral Contemporary…

Overtown covets status as food and entertainment district

Overtown covets status as food and entertainment district

The Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency’s vision to position Overtown as a food and entertainment district and reclaim the neighborhood’s historic culture is closer to realization. After being honored…

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…

Coconut Grove BID pays restaurants to feed the needy

Coconut Grove BID pays restaurants to feed the needy

The Coconut Grove Business Improvement District has relaunched its Grove Stove program to help offset the financial burden endured by restaurants, feed those in need and fuel the neighborhood’s economic…

University of Miami video performances target pandemic threat

University of Miami video performances target pandemic threat

University of Miami professor and artist Xavier Cortada has launched a new virtual exhibit to remind the community of the dangers of the pandemic. “Pandemic | Miami Corona Project” is…

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