Five MDC faculty members named 2019 Endowed Teaching Chairs
Miami Dade College (MDC) recognized five faculty members with the College’s highest honor during a ceremony on Dec. 10, earning the distinction of 2019 Endowed Teaching Chairs. Four faculty teach in STEM fields, and the fifth honoree teaches speech and mass communications.
Transportation from the Dais Versus Transportation by Consultants
Two things happened recently that illustrate the problem we have with our entire mass transit effort. Let’s discuss them in chronological order. The first concerned a simple proposal to extend existing trolley service (provided by the City of Miami) from the Flagami area all the way to FIU. When this idea went to committee, one of my colleagues referred to the plan as “transportation from the dais.” (The derisive tone, I suspect, was meant to convey the notion that... Read More
I love people and need human interaction to be happy. Unless one is a complete recluse, people are a part of our lives. Wherever we go, they are there. All kinds of people — those that we love and love us, those that we cannot be with for even a minute, and everything in between... Read More
Inspire Health is here
Click here to read the January/February issue of South Florida's #1 health and wellness magazine.
Top 5 foods for Heart Health
Corn Syrup & Heart Disease
The Ultimate Second Opinion with Dr. Michael Forman
Michael Miller interviews former Democratic FL State Representative Robert Asencio
Poiema of Grace Spreads Gospel Message Through Athleisure Clothing
For those who enjoyed the past 10 years of free Shakespeare in the Park at The Barnacle Historic State Park, it’s time to get your Shakespeare on again, as the Florida Shakespeare Theater is set to present... Read More
foodfight305 - Mini Chicken Meatballs
These two-bite chicken and pancetta meatballs (Italian version of bacon) have quickly become a client favorite. They’re little flavor bombs, yet a bit lighter than their beefy cousins. They’re versatile, to boot. They make a great appetizer or midday nosh on their own, or can be paired with your favorite pasta or even your favorite Asian noods for a satisfying meal. My personal go-to is serving them atop bucatini pasta with some good parm... Read More
Miami’s Twenties’ Boom
Clearly Miami is an area rich in spectacle, glitz and notoriety, but few realize that it became the place it is today during the frenzied real estate boom of the 1920s. The prosperity of that era transformed a young frontier settlement into an emerging metropolitan area. The period offered larger-than-life developers like Carl Fisher, a brash entrepreneur with a surfeit of cash, the opportunity to create from swampland and mangroves the resort known internationally as Miami Beach... Read More
Miami Killian Assistant Principal Justin Koren launches School Board Campaign
In 2004, Miami native Dr. Justin A. Koren was living in New York City, pursuing his post-secondary education, when he heard the news of the horrific tragedy at Southwood Middle School in Palmetto Bay, in which a 14-year-old student had murdered his best friend inside a school bathroom. The tragedy had such a profound and life-changing impact on Dr. Koren that he immediately left New York and returned home to Miami... Read More
A2Z FBC - Season 2 - Episode 2 Habit Creation, Space Tourism, Tropical Park, Howlite CBD, & more!
On the second installment of the second season of A2ZFBC, the duo discuss new fun facts, saying hello, gym fails, fight vs flight, CBD for animals, a secret caller, real estate on the moon, banana growth, tropical park, $50 mil, and Life is Good with Drake & Future... plus so much more!
MDX TRAFFIC ADVISORY Sunday, January 12 through Sunday, January 19, 2020
SR 836/Dolphin Expressway Note: SR 836 is being reconstructed to add a new lane in the most congested areas and to make room for future express bus service. Drivers should look for guidance and detour signage along their routes. To learn more about the modernization of SR 836 visit... Read More
North Shore Medical Center to
Host Open House Hiring Event
Join us for our open house hiring event. We are hiring full time, part time and per-diem positions for experienced registered nurses with at least one year of step down, critical care and perioperative experience in a hospital setting. To learn more... Read More
Councilman Roth asked President Kay Dawson and Major Angela Washington of the Miami Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., to join him at the front of the Council Chambers to talk about their ambitious initiative to make Homestead safer. Dressed festively in red, ten members of the sorority were present, not only to be recognized, but to also express Delta Sigma Theta’s gratitude to the City of Homestead... Read More
Girl Scouts Launches 2020 Girl Scout Cookie Season with New Cookie and New Packaging
Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida and Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) launch the 2020 Girl Scout Cookie™ season, when Girl Scouts across the United States learn entrepreneurial skills as they earn money to power their own leadership opportunities and adventures... Read More
Aaron Guerrero begins 2020 with the release of his second book within a year
Aaron Guerrero continues to keep going. The second publication revolves around the idea of self-publishing and helping others create their own path and journey on the route of writing and publishing their very own book... Read More
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