Our public education system can be figuratively compared to these battered structures. It is the poorly designed construction that is expected to withstand the repeated legislative storms without meeting the necessary standards to survive the battering... Read More
First Roslyn K. Berrin Real Estate Scholarship recipient announced
CREW Miami (Commercial Real Estate Women Miami) held its monthly lunch program, “Rise Above: Policy-making and investment approaches to commercial real estate’s environmental challenges,” on Nov. 19... Read More
Lifelong friends find passion in working
with older adults
Elizabeth Martinez and Stefanie Fisher, members of The Palace’s sales team, had no idea their fate as best friends had been sealed over 90 years ago on the island nation of Cuba, some 300-plus miles away from where they eventually would meet in Miami... Read More
Grant ‘Santa’ Miller looks
for Commissioner Joe
Grant ‘Santa’ Miller went searching all over Miami in disguise looking for Commissioner Joe Carollo.
Yet again, he’s nowhere to be found, not even at City Hall or Calle Ocho! The searches continues...
According to the American Institute of Physics, the first time climate change was observed was in the 1800s. Due to the first Industrial Revolution, coal, railroads, and land clearing accelerated the movement of greenhouse gas emissions. This caused the Earth’s surface to warm... Read More
Congresswoman Shalala Introduces Legislation to Increase Number of Green Cards
Rep. Donna Shalala (FL-27) introduced the Resolving Extended Limbo for Immigrant Employees and Families (RELIEF) Act, a bill that would eliminate the family and employment green card backlog by increasing the number of green cards available for those purposes... Read More