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Best Ways To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month In South Florida

CBS Miami (Top Spots) 9/15 4:00A Top Spots – CBS Miami
MIAMI (CBSMiami) Joining local celebrations during National Hispanic Heritage Month is a fantastic way to meet new people. From lectures to art exhibits, to concerts and fun for the kids, there are events and activities happening in South Florida...

Microsoft landing elevates business hub of Latin America

MiamiTodayNews.com (Opinion) 9/14 5:00P Michael Lewis
Welcome news that Microsoft will open a 50,000-square-foot Brickell office is being hailed as a big step in a Miami tech boom, but it primarily elevates Miami as the business link to Latin America and the Caribbean. Of course, any business entrant...

Arsht Center works hard to welcome back audiences

MiamiTodayNews.com (Arts & Culture) 9/7 5:00P Abraham Galvan
After Miami-Dade County emergency orders were lifted back in November, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts anchoring the Omni area of downtown reopened with a series of safely-distanced performances and virtual events, which were...

Don’t use public land as chips in closed-door poker games

MiamiTodayNews.com (Opinion) 9/7 5:00P Michael Lewis
Notice how many big deals today involve private operators taking over public assets as profit centers for up to 99 years via closed-door negotiations. Public assets are a sacred trust of government;...

Filming in Miami: September 2, 2021

MiamiTodayNews.com (Filming) 8/31 5:00P Miami Today
These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823; and the...

Judge labels state mask bullying as ‘without legal authority’

MiamiTodayNews.com (Opinion) 8/31 5:00P Michael Lewis
One of the most ham-fisted efforts by a state to prevent the public from protecting itself is Gov. Ron DeSantis’ effort to bar mask mandates in the public schools during Florida’s intensifying pandemic. We thank Circuit Court Judge John Cooper...

Coral Gables Art Cinema expanding

MiamiTodayNews.com (Arts & Culture) 8/31 5:00P Abraham Galvan
Set to break ground in February 2022, the Coral Gables Art Cinema is expanding its community outreach with a brand new 92-seat state-of-the-art auditorium and screen. With help from the city, Coral Gables Art Cinema is converting a storefront...

With discounted lease, Art Basel return targets safety

MiamiTodayNews.com (Arts & Culture) 8/24 5:15P Monica Correa
Art Basel Miami Beach plans to return this year after its 2020 cancellation because of the pandemic. The art exhibition that started in Switzerland in 1970 and has spread around the world, becoming one of Miami Beach’s most important yearly...

Jobs gains hopeful signals, but recovery will be a long trek

MiamiTodayNews.com (Opinion) 8/24 5:00P Michael Lewis
Miami’s economic recovery from the pandemic appears stronger even while the Delta variant of Covid-19 is exacerbating pain in our community. But all is not yet sunny. Monthly data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics show gains in Miami-Dade...

Should county be sound as a dollar or sound as a crypto?

MiamiTodayNews.com (Opinion) 8/17 5:00P Michael Lewis
Talk about a paradox: one county effort aims to require all businesses to accept cash, while another probes whether the county itself should accept crypto payments. Back-to-back articles in Miami...
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