It’s Time To Stick A Fork In Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber. He’s Done.
Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber may rue the day he succeeded Phil Levine. Spring break revelers, with two years of pent-up desires and emotions, have descended on Miami Beach with fervor.
This year, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the crowds have been, to put it politely unruly. The citizens are up in arms and want the Mayor to do something to get the situation under control... Read More
Making a Splash, Barreto Hospitality Set to Debut to Its Next Hospitality Hot Spot
Rodney Barreto, Chairman and Chief Visionary Officer of Barreto Hospitality who is best known for bringing and organizing big events and sensational venues to South Florida announces the launch of their newest endeavor, Forte by Chef Adrianne. Slated for an April 2021 reveal on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, Forte will offer its guests a carefully curated culinary journey through an Italian gastronomic experience paying homage to Calvo’s Italian heritage and bears her Mother’s maiden name... Read More
FPL strengthens energy grid serving Miami as part of 2021 reliability and storm preparedness efforts
Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) customers in Miami continue to benefit from the company’s ongoing work to strengthen the energy grid and improve service reliability. FPL investments, which include strengthening power lines and poles, trimming trees near power lines, installing smart grid technology; and undergrounding power lines in select areas, help make the grid more reliable day-to-day and speed restoration following major storms... Read More
Community Update on Vaccination Program
As of this week, the State of Florida administered nearly 7 million vaccines, with nearly 5 million Floridians fully vaccinated. Those fully vaccinated have received either the 2-dose series vaccine from Moderna or Pfizer, or the 1-dose from Johnson & Johnson. The State’s administration has made it a priority to vaccinate Floridians in the more vulnerable age groups, along with essential workers such as first responders and teachers... Read More
Grant Miller visits HGreg Nissan Kendall
Grant Miller visits HGreg Nissan Kendall #thatscommunity
The Deering Estate is proud to host an Evening with Marlon Johnson. Join us on Saturday, April 3rd at 6:30 p.m. for an outdoor film screening of River City Drumbeat, directed by Marlon Johnson and Anne Flatté, accompanied by a conversation between Johnson and Cathleen Dean. Guests will be able to enjoy the enriching dialogue that emerges between these two creatives... Read More
Federal and State NIL Laws: a Potential Game-Changer for College Athletes
In June of 2020, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill that would allow student-athletes to capitalize on their name, image, and likeness (“NIL,” for short). Senate Bill 646, which goes into effect on July 1, 2021, makes it legal in Florida for student-athletes to earn compensation during the course of their college careers without jeopardizing their NCAA eligibility. In fact, the law prohibits schools from revoking an athlete’s scholarship... Read More
Liliam Dominguez is LIVE on Gloria's Gab
Gloria Burns talks with Liliam Dominguez,
Director of Education for the Coral Gables Museum.
Virtual Tour de Broward raises more than $375,000 for kids and families at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital
The 12th Annual ANF Group Tour de Broward raised more than $375,000 to expand programs, services, and facilities for kids and families at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, the hospital’s nonprofit foundation announced. In its 12-year history, Tour de Broward (www.tourdebroward.com) has now raised more than $5.5 million for pediatric healthcare in... Read More
Dr. William Petrie is LIVE on
Miami's Community News
Michael Miller talks with the Director of Mosquito Control, Dr. William Petrie.
Palace Coral Gables Resident Recounts His World War II Survival in Documentary
In honor of Yom HaShoah, The Palace Coral Gables will premiere a documentary, “I am Victor Raab,” as part of a Survivor Ceremony and Program on April 8. In the poignant film, WWII survivor Raab shares the events of Kristallnacht, a violent riot against Jews carried out by the Nazi party. He was 15 years old living in Vienna, Austria, and to save his life, his parents put him on the “Kindertransport list,” the program that sent Austrian... Read More
Miami Beach’s Smith’s Casino, Part II
In December 2020, we discussed Smith’s Casino, one of Miami Beach’s first tourist facilities. That article was Part I of our look at that resort offering, but we delayed offering Part II till now because of several essays examining Christmastime Miami, 1896, the nascent city’s first holiday season, that appeared in this newspaper over the past couple of months. Miami Beach’s Smith’s Casino, Part II follows... Read More
Ronda Fuchs is LIVE on Miami's Community News with Frances Reaves, Esq.
Murals for Humanity piece at the UTD Building in Miami Springs
Grant Miller visits the UTD Building in Miami Springs to witness the unveiling of a new Murals for Humanity piece.
This art mural represents the importance of public education to ensure a functioning democracy and protect every citizen’s right to a voice. “RISE” symbolizes the resilience of our community and their continuous fight for justice and equality.
Warren Henry Jaguar, a division of Warren Henry Auto Group, has changed its name to Jaguar North Dade. The new name reflects the growth and transformation that the brand has experienced over the years. The name change was overseen by Warren Henry Auto Group and is a result of a rebranding effort designed to mirror the legacy of the company and the brand... Read More
GMC Yukon AT4 is the perfect combination of athleticism & premium features
The GMC Yukon AT4 is built to easily take on the off-road experience while maintaining a feeling of sophistication in the interior that is reinforced by its superior technology. As it raises the bar on the combination of premium amenities and rugged character, the experience makes the first... Read More