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Miami should ensure a happy ending for Olympia Theater

One of Miami’s best dramas is a play for control now hidden behind the curtain of the Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Miami. The best conclusion of this play…

Flesh out new entrepreneurship study before we live by it

Flesh out new entrepreneurship study before we live by it

An entrepreneurship study calls for Miami to shift focus from aiding a flood of business startups to instead helping to expand those in six key industries that already total 50…

There’s no Best of Miami honor for hampering economy

There’s no Best of Miami honor for hampering economy

There’s no Best of Miami honor for obstructing economy The Best of Miami edition you’re reading stems from our tradition of highlighting people and organizations that are making a difference…

Leave foreign policy to Washington, protect Miami’s assets

Leave foreign policy to Washington, protect Miami’s assets

Miami doesn’t need a foreign policy. Our federal government alone is allowed to set policy for dealings abroad. Yet city commissioners are talking of establishing their own. The multi-layer question…

Governor didn’t get sucked into plastic straw protection

Governor didn’t get sucked into plastic straw protection

Gov. Ron DeSantis advanced both cleaner environment and more rational government last week when he vetoed legislation to clamp a state chokehold on local regulation of plastic drinking straws. A…

Failed bill to pry into campus minds was politically incorrect

Failed bill to pry into campus minds was politically incorrect

The Senate last week resisted one of the worst ideas ever to taint Florida’s Legislature as one senator gravely warned colleagues that a misbegotten probe of the personal viewpoints of…

Florida shoots itself in the foot by not fully funding tourism

Florida shoots itself in the foot by not fully funding tourism

The end of Florida’s legislative session this week might also lead toward the end of the public-private venture created to add state tourism. In the land of sun, sand and…

Investors believe in Miami more than we do in ourselves

Investors believe in Miami more than we do in ourselves

Despite the end of our latest condo boom, Miami’s powerful magnet keeps luring investment of all sorts. Why? Start with the well-known list: lifestyle, weather, arts and cultural, immigration from…

How much longer before we actually start to build Baylink?

How much longer before we actually start to build Baylink?

No Miami-Dade corridor suffers more hours of intense traffic than the Mac-Arthur Causeway between Miami and Miami Beach. Think weekends and late nights, not just rush hours. Nowhere is need…

Learn from New York: congestion pricing can build transit

Learn from New York: congestion pricing can build transit

As New York takes the nation’s first step to charge drivers to enter congested areas, other cities will examine doing the same. Congestion-weary Miami should take the lead. Manhattan aims…

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