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Auto sales wheeling ahead, at times surpassing 2019

Back in July, when the virus was still new to all of us, Alyssa Thompson’s car broke down and the 21-year-old veterinarian technician was forced to rely on Carvana, an online car dealership, to buy a…

Orange Bowl, national championship set to spotlight Miami

Orange Bowl, national championship set to spotlight Miami

Major sporting events from March Madness to the Summer Olympics in Tokyo were called off this year as Covid raged, but in January some of ESPN’s biggest properties will return…

Public-private deal’s 31-story downtown Miami residences near

Public-private deal’s 31-story downtown Miami residences near

Major progress is being made on construction of a residential tower rising in the heart of downtown Miami and the project continues to be ahead of schedule. Grand Station, a…

Bayside observation wheel gives thousands bird’s-eye views

Bayside observation wheel gives thousands bird’s-eye views

For a little over two weeks, Bayside Marketplace’s observation wheel has been open to the public and offering views of the downtown Miami skyline, with crowds rising into the thousands…

Coral Gables Country Club tussles with city over rent relief

Coral Gables Country Club tussles with city over rent relief

A resolution to grant a rent deferment for the Coral Gables Country Club is still under negotiation and has yet to reach an agreement with the city. During the Oct.…

Miami Beach hunts for venue sponsorship revenue

Miami Beach hunts for venue sponsorship revenue

Miami Beach commissioners, who seek to reduce the city’s dependence on tourism as that sector continues to falter, explored on Friday the first category of opportunities for economic expansion laid…

Creative minds use ingenuity to map road to economic recovery

Creative minds use ingenuity to map road to economic recovery

As Miami-Dade continues to battle the novel coronavirus under “new normal” conditions, its path to recovery and prosperity relies in large part on creative minds whose ingenuity will pave the…

Miami Waterkeeper moving aggressively to save Biscayne Bay

Miami Waterkeeper moving aggressively to save Biscayne Bay

Miami Waterkeeper, a 10-year-old organization that advocates for South Florida’s watershed and wildlife, is aggressively involved in saving Biscayne Bay, whose endangered status has been exposed in recent months by…

County grants $3 million to St. Thomas University hub commissioner will run

County grants $3 million to St. Thomas University hub commissioner will run

Miami Gardens-based St. Thomas University will get up to $3 million in Cares Act funds to develop a new pandemic and disaster research center whose director will soon be the…

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…

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