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Miami Beach seeks to end tourism economic dependence

Miami Beach seeks to end tourism economic dependence

Miami Beach is a world-renowned tourist destination, but commissioners are hoping to shift the city’s economy away from dependence on this singular industry. Covid, Hurricane Irma and the Zika virus…

Two weeks without Art Basel: what’s to replace it?

Two weeks without Art Basel: what’s to replace it?

There may not be an in-person Art Basel this year, but Miami Beach officials are planning for an eventful and socially distanced art week and holiday season. Art Week Miami…

Lincoln Road plans to light up for holidays like no others

Lincoln Road plans to light up for holidays like no others

Lincoln Road will be lighting up literally and figuratively this holiday season as new and old shops, activations and decorations line the Miami Beach street. Pop-ups businesses, art exhibits and…

Miami Beach’s Flamingo Park fastest to Slow Streets

Miami Beach’s Flamingo Park fastest to Slow Streets

Flamingo Park has new “rules of the road” thanks to a pilot that will encourage pedestrian activity and slow driving in the area, and more county neighborhoods may soon follow…

Super Bowl economic impact touches down at $571 million

Super Bowl economic impact touches down at $571 million

The Kansas City Chiefs may have walked out of Hard Rock Stadium with the Lombardi Trophy in February, but many Miami businesses won Super Bowl LIV – and two more…

Interactive kiosk bonanza back in focus for Miami Beach

Interactive kiosk bonanza back in focus for Miami Beach

Miami Beach commissioners this week were to take another look at adding interactive kiosks to Lincoln Road and other high-traffic areas.  Commissioners began exploring high-tech kiosks in 2017, a commission…

Cash on menu for Miami Beach restaurants that paid delivery services in pandemic

Cash on menu for Miami Beach restaurants that paid delivery services in pandemic

Miami Beach officials are hoping to deliver aid to local restaurants that have been affected by the pandemic and incurred expenses from third-party delivery programs such as UberEats, GrubHub and…

Miami Beach raises red flags over county’s monorail push

Miami Beach raises red flags over county’s monorail push

Miami-Dade County officials may soon take the next step toward developing a “mass-transit solution” in Miami Beach, but city administrators have some concerns.  According to a memo to be addressed…

New South Beach image and rules on drawing board

New South Beach image and rules on drawing board

“Anything goes” might have once been a slogan for South Beach promoters, but Miami Beach commissioners agree that the area known as the Mixed Use Entertainment District needs a new…

Perry Ellis targets new trends in sales abroad and loungewear

Perry Ellis targets new trends in sales abroad and loungewear

Roughly three years after buying back control of Perry Ellis International and taking the company private, founder George Feldenkreis is focused on new trends, recovering from the pandemic and international…

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