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Downtown Miami filled with cautious optimism as recovery begins

Downtown Miami filled with cautious optimism as recovery begins

Downtown Miami has not been Teflon during Covid-19. Still, there is cautious optimism the urban core could be seeing a return to normal, and some economic development opportunities could emerge…

Christina Crespi: Leading Downtown Development Authority into recovery

Christina Crespi: Leading Downtown Development Authority into recovery

Since she came back home from college, Christina Crespi has been involved in government. A Miami Beach native, her fondness for Miami Beach’s parks and recreation led her to her…

County urges state funding of Miami River Commission

County urges state funding of Miami River Commission

The Miami River Commission, the clearinghouse of the 5½-mile river that winds through the City of Miami to Biscayne Bay, hasn’t received funding from the state in recent years. Because…

Olympia Theater program puts preservation ahead of profit

Olympia Theater program puts preservation ahead of profit

The Olympia Theater’s future has been uncertain for some time now, with several ventures bringing forth plans for the historic building – only to fall to the wayside.  Now a…

Otto Boudet-Murias: Developing Yacht Harbour on Dinner Key, and more

Otto Boudet-Murias: Developing Yacht Harbour on Dinner Key, and more

One of the most highly anticipated projects in Coconut Grove is Regatta Harbour, in Dinner Key by Miami City Hall. The project stands to transform the industrial site into a…

Electric cargo bicycles will roll through heart of Miami

Electric cargo bicycles will roll through heart of Miami

Miami’s bustling urban core will be the testing ground for electric cargo bicycles. City commissioners last week approved a one-year pilot program for the e-cargo bikes, touting them as an…

Miami Beach deals for spring break ‘North Sea’ music festival

Miami Beach deals for spring break ‘North Sea’ music festival

Before Covid-19 enveloped the world, Miami Beach was concerned with establishing activities that would help change its rowdy image during spring break.  Last week, the city commission unanimously gave preliminary…

Miami cuts richer ad kiosks deal, excludes Bayfront Park

Miami cuts richer ad kiosks deal, excludes Bayfront Park

A deal between the City of Miami and a firm that will install interactive smart kiosks on city sidewalks was OK’d last week after the city administration negotiated more favorable…

University of Miami students’ departure leaves a gaping hole

University of Miami students’ departure leaves a gaping hole

Will Sekoff of Book Horizons, a family-owned and managed business operating since 1953, says things haven’t been the same since the University of Miami students left the Coral Gables campus. …

Michael Alessandri: Leads UM’s multi-county, one-stop-shop to aid with autism

Michael Alessandri: Leads UM’s multi-county, one-stop-shop to aid with autism

For nearly 40 years, Dr. Michael Alessandri has been wholeheartedly committed to working with people with autism. After a fated interaction with a person with autism the summer after graduating…

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