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Year after debut, American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora plans opening

Year after debut, American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora plans opening

After hosting its soft inauguration a little more than a year ago, the American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora plans to host its grand opening Sept. 8 with two new…

Transit tracker upgrade on the way – minus Uber

Transit tracker upgrade on the way – minus Uber

The Miami-Dade Transit Tracker, which allows users to track trains and buses, pay for trips and report safety concerns, is set to debut its new and improved app in April,…

Frost Museum of Science shatters visitor goals in year one

Frost Museum of Science shatters visitor goals in year one

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, which officially opened to the public in May 2017, has already surpassed its attendance goal for its first full year, reporting 779,400…

First autonomous operations terminal for Ford in Miami

First autonomous operations terminal for Ford in Miami

Ford Motor Co., which began creating and testing new connections between automotive and computer technology in January 2015 at its Ford Research and Innovation Center in Palo Alto, CA, has…

Plaza Coral Gables works through the chain of reviews

Plaza Coral Gables works through the chain of reviews

The Plaza Coral Gables, formerly known as the Mediterranean Village, is still in the process of reviewing permits along with neighborhood concerns before moving forward with any further construction, according…

Coconut Grove Arts Festival shifts away from carnival features

Coconut Grove Arts Festival shifts away from carnival features

The Coconut Grove Arts Festival returns next week for its 55th year, highlighting the works of 380 internationally recognized artists during its annual three-day festival. This year’s art show will…

Miami International Boat Show upgrades transit plans

Miami International Boat Show upgrades transit plans

With the 77th annual Miami International Boat Show around the corner, transportation options such as water taxis and shuttle buses from Downtown Miami to Virginia Key will be offered to…

Zoo Miami expects to fulfill million-visitor goal

Zoo Miami expects to fulfill million-visitor goal

Zoo Miami, which ended its fiscal year Sept. 30 with 932,000 visitors, anticipates meeting its 1 million visitor goal in the current fiscal year, according to Director Carol Kruse. “We…

Miami’s universities focusing business schools on entrepreneurs

Miami’s universities focusing business schools on entrepreneurs

In anticipation of preparing their students to become well-rounded entrepreneurs, local universities have taken the initiative to streamline their programs and classes within their business schools to help nurture and…

Miami Cancer Institute targets two more proton therapy units

Miami Cancer Institute targets two more proton therapy units

As the Miami Cancer Institute at Baptist Health South Florida prepares to commemorate its first anniversary this month, Dr. Michael Zinner, the institute’s founding chief executive officer and executive medical…

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