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Sebastian Spreng: ‘Cultural ambassador’ artist shifts his medium to the iPad

Sebastian Spreng: ‘Cultural ambassador’ artist shifts his medium to the iPad

For Sebastian Spreng, 2018 is a wealth of anniversaries, marking the Argentine-American’s 45th year as a professional visual artist, his 35th as a Miami resident and 30th as a music…

Pressure builds for rail service as only choice for the South Dade Transitway

Pressure builds for rail service as only choice for the South Dade Transitway

Miami-Dade commissioners haven’t yet decided what upgrades the county will make to the South Dade Transitway, but according to Commissioner Dennis Moss, anything but rail would be a disservice to…

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

Miami-Dade may soon have a set construction site for a new civil courthouse, as commissioners are to vote next week on a parcel just west of the crumbling one on…

Nick Miceli: Plans six more South Florida TD Bank locations in year

Nick Miceli: Plans six more South Florida TD Bank locations in year

Nick Miceli celebrated two decades with TD Bank in November by moving from his native New Jersey to the Sunshine State, where as Metro Florida regional president he plans to…

County cuts a bit off $2.6 billion Marlins Stadiums bonds

County cuts a bit off  $2.6 billion Marlins Stadiums bonds

Up to $80 million in sports-related revenue refund bonds have been approved for issuance, a move that will save Miami-Dade County about $7.6 million through October 2039, according to Deputy…

Henri Ford: Dean seeks big gains at UM’s Miller School of Medicine

Henri Ford: Dean seeks big gains at UM’s Miller School of Medicine

As new dean and chief academic officer of the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, Dr. Henri Ford has many goals for its campus, faculty and school. The Haitian-American…

Casino giant Genting Group gears up for hotel/county bus terminal combo

Casino giant Genting Group gears up for hotel/county bus terminal combo

Construction related to a mixed-use development encompassing the Omni bus terminal, Adrienne Arsht Center Metromover station and a planned hotel and retail center should begin before December, according to county…

Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization study aims to tie bike, walking trails into mass transit plan

Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization study aims to tie bike, walking trails into mass transit plan

The Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization has ordered a budget to study a project to connect non-motorized bicycle and pedestrian paths with the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) Plan. “We’re…

Joanne Li: FIU business dean seeks more community, global ties

Joanne Li: FIU business dean seeks more community, global ties

Florida International University College of Business Dean Joanne Li’s academic career has taken her throughout the nation and across the globe, to China and back. But the Ryder Eminent Scholar…

Feds say PortMiami’s deeper harbor isn’t deep enough

Feds say PortMiami’s deeper harbor isn’t deep enough

After three major upgrades to Port Miami’s channels to handle ever-bigger ships, including a $205 million project that ended in 2015, a fourth round of digging may be needed because…

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