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Bass Museum spearheads walking tours of Miami Beach art

Bass Museum spearheads walking tours of Miami Beach art

Covid-19 has convinced many Miami-Dade residents to embrace the outdoors, and the Bass Museum is looking to build on this trend by spearheading the Art Outside program, which aims to…

Miami Beach, minus 80,000 Art Basel visitors, vows to save Art Week

Miami Beach, minus 80,000 Art Basel visitors, vows to save Art Week

The cancellation of Art Basel will cost the City of Miami Beach and Miami-Dade County millions in lost tax revenue and economic activity, but officials are working to ensure that…

North Beach Bandshell to host concert series without audiences

North Beach Bandshell to host concert series without audiences

While live audiences have gone out of style due to the pandemic, a series of events will take the stage at Miami Beach’s North Beach Bandshell this fall in front…

To fill vacant stores, Lincoln Road seeks pop-up businesses

To fill vacant stores, Lincoln Road seeks pop-up businesses

Cultural institutions and new retail shops may find temporary homes on Lincoln Road this winter, as the Lincoln Road Business Improvement District is hoping to bring in a series of…

Lincoln Road seeks to cut back renovation plans

Lincoln Road seeks to cut back renovation plans

The Lincoln Road District Master Plan, which aims to revitalize the iconic Miami Beach shopping and entertainment street, may be redrafted to allow for less disruptive construction as local businesses…

Miami Hotels see visitor uptick as they market safety

Miami Hotels see visitor uptick as they market safety

Miami-Dade’s hotels have undeniably taken a hit, but with Covid cases plateauing for the moment they are seeing an incremental, if small, uptick in business and focusing on marketing safety…

Business shows cement Canada-Florida trade ties

Business shows cement Canada-Florida trade ties

Canada is one of Florida’s top trading partners, and the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement that took effect July 1 will continue to bring that relationship into the 21st century, said Susan Harper,…

Federally funded Covid-19 vaccine tested at University of Miami

Federally funded Covid-19 vaccine tested at University of Miami

Moderna, the biotechnology company behind mRNA-1273, the Covid vaccine currently being tested at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, is one of multiple companies to receive funding from…

Whether Trump or Biden wins, so do stocks

Whether Trump or Biden wins, so do stocks

While all eyes are on the 2020 presidential election, experts believe one thing that will not be affected by its result is the long-term security of the stock market.  If…

Business bankruptcy rise of 54% may be artificially low

Business bankruptcy rise of 54% may be artificially low

Business bankruptcy filings are on the rise in South Florida as Covid-19 takes its toll on the economy, but government aid programs may be holding these numbers back from what…

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