Cantina Catrina authentic Mexican coming to Dadeland Mall this fall
Cantina Catrina is a unique concept that pays homage to Mexico where the main character “La Catrina” invites diners to enjoy the traditions, authentic family flavors and the happiness of Mexico... Read More
Municipalities doing great things with half-penny transportation tax
Back in 2002, when Miami-Dade County was promoting the half-penny sales “surtax” and the People’s Transportation Plan (PTP) to the community, a deal was struck with municipalities that would give them 20 percent of all surtax proceeds for them to use on their own transportation projects. In exchange, the municipalities would support the public referendum approving the surtax... Read More
Role of educators extends far beyond the classroom
The summer season of fun, relaxation, and hopefully vacation, has drawn to a close and we are now diving into a new school year.As a teacher, I enjoy the extra time I get in the summer to spend with my two children, but I also know that many mothers welcome being able to get back into school and the routine it brings... Read More
Miami native serves aboard one of Navy’s most versatile warships
A 2001 Hialeah High School graduate and Miami native provides key support as part of combat operations aboard Littoral Combat Squadron 2, stationed at Naval Station Mayport (Florida)... Read More
Farm Share names Stephen Shelley to replace Patricia Robbins as CEO
After 28 years of growing Farm Share into one of Florida’s foremost food nonprofits, founder and CEO Patricia Robbins will transition to a senior advisory role with the organization. Robbins has led the Florida-based organization since she conceived and founded it with the mission of making sure no food goes to waste and no Floridian goes hungry... Read More
The Miami View; live from Jackson Soul Food!
Here's another live episode of the Miami View, shot live at Jackson Soul Food!