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Florida Task Force Makes Recommendations On Condo Safety

CBS Miami (News) 10/15 3:45P Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, South Flo
MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) Florida legislators should overhaul the state s condominium laws, according to a task force report prepared by a section of the Florida Bar. The latest...

White Cane Day Celebrates Achievements Of Visually Impaired

CBS Miami (News) 10/15 11:50A Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, South Flo
MIAMI (CBSMiami) White Cane Day is a national observance established more than 50 years ago by former President Lyndon B. Johnson. It celebrates the achievements of the...

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Miami Dade College to house KIPP Charter school building

MiamiTodayNews.com (Education) 10/12 5:15P Abraham Galvan
KIPP Miami and Miami Dade College have partnered to offer public school and college students pathways for educational advancement and professional development. As part of the...

J. Cole Opens “The Off-Season” Tour In Miami

CavsConnect.com 10/10 10:41A Alan Morffi, Staff Writer
J. Cole took his talents to the newly renamed FTX Arena (previously American Airlines Arena) on Sep.24 to open his upcoming “ The Off-Season Tour .” J. Cole headlines the tour with special appearances...

Miami-Dade teacher vacancies dip but recruiting goes on

MiamiTodayNews.com (Education) 10/5 5:03P Gabriela Henriquez Stoikow
Miami-Dade Public Schools has a slight decrease in the gap of teacher vacancies as the school year begins. The Human Resources Department lists 18,000 teachers employed and...

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MIAMI ALREADY HAS FLYING CARS

MiamiHerald.com (Dave Barry) 10/12 3:03A Dave
With NASA partnership, Orlando begins planning for air taxis, flying cars

OUTshine Film Festival Returns to Fort Lauderdale

Miami BubbleLife iReporter 10/8 2:36P Robert Jenkins
The 13rd Annual Fort Lauderdale Edition of OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival will take place October 14 to October 24, with an opening night celebration at the Museum of Discovery & Science.  The opening...

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Cook This: Coconut Chicken Tenders

The Wordy Girl 10/11 11:55A The Wordy Girl
I recently did the MOST 2020-2021 thing ever: I got an air fryer. And a puppy. And copious amounts of tie dye clothing. Ok, back The post Cook This: Coconut Chicken Tenders appeared first on The Wordy...

Read This: Little Secrets

The Wordy Girl 10/11 9:12A The Wordy Girl
Thriller buffs, listen up: Marin had the perfect life. Married to her college sweetheart, she owns a chain of upscale hair salons, and Derek runs The post Read This: Little Secrets appeared first on...

Maria Tash Opens in Bal Harbour Shops

The Wordy Girl 10/3 3:33A The Wordy Girl
Fellow piercing purists listen up: IT Jewelry Designer Maria Tash (photographed above) just opened a Miami door. You’ve seen her gems on the likes of A-list The post Maria Tash Opens in Bal Harbour...

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Okan Tower, to be Miami’s tallest, due in 2022

MiamiTodayNews.com (Real Estate) 10/12 5:18P Lauren Lamb
The Okan Tower is still on track to be finished in mid 2022, according to Okan CEO Kasim Badak. The $300 million project was put on hold because of the pandemic. “The pandemic...

CocoWalk full to brim with seven new leases

MiamiTodayNews.com (Real Estate) 10/12 5:09P Abraham Galvan
The newly renovated CocoWalk mixed-use lifestyle center’s retail and office spaces are now fully leased, occupying over 235,000 square feet.   Owned by a joint venture...

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CDC Urging Black & Hispanic Communities To Get Flu Vaccine

CBS Miami (Health) 10/12 12:56P Health – CBS Miami
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Black and Hispanic communities have already been hit hard by COVID-19. Now, doctors urge getting the flu vaccine to avoid another disproportionate impact....

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