County bids farewell to term-limited County Commissioners and Mayor
Miami-Dade County bid a fond farewell to its term-limited Mayor and County Commissioners on Nov. 6 at a ceremony held at PortMiami.Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez, County Commission Chairwoman Audrey M. Edmonson and Commissioners Barbara J. Jordan, Dennis C. Moss and Esteban L. Bovo Jr. each accepted a proclamation and Key to the County in honor of their years of service to Miami-Dade... Read More
A Growing Transparency: An Enticing Exhibition at Deering Estate
The Deering Estate is presenting “A Growing Transparency,” an outdoor installation that combines land art with healing soundscapes. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience this unique exhibition on November 20th from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM... Read More
Arbetter’s Hot Dogs welcomes
Nathans Famous in Westchester
Grant Miller stops by Arbetter's Hot Dogs to discuss the opening of a
Christopher Columbus High School celebrates Veterans Day at its very own Patriot Plaza; featuring an array of Columbus alumni who serve and have served in protecting our nation's freedom #thatscommunity
Back in the Saddle Again: Citi Bike Miami operated by DecoBike LLC reopens
What’s fun, fast, affordable and great for the environment? Bikeshare of course! DecoBike LLC, a long-time member of the MBCC, originally launched in Miami Beach in March of 2011 under the name “DecoBike Miami Beach” with 50 rental station locations and 500 bikes and was an instant hit with residents and visitors alike. Interestingly, MBCC President Jerry Libbin was the very first person to signup for the innovative program... Read More
Luisa Santos is LIVE on
Miami's Community News
Michael Miller talks with newly elected school board member, Luisa Santos
Bean Automotive Group attends 15th Annual Top Women Awards Ceremony
The automotive industry has had a long reputation to be primarily lead by male figures.However, Lori Bean, dealer principle of Bean Automotive Group, demonstrates how significant it is to also have women as leaders to be successful.“My leadership team and I work hard to be the leaders in workforce equality for both women and men,” says Lori Bean... Read More
Have you ever read the infamous political blog Political Cortadito?
Stay tuned, today we have Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and blogger Elaine DeValle dishing on the latest in local politics.
OfferUp and Ironhack Debut $250,000 Career Empowerment Scholarship to Improve Diversity in Tech
OfferUp, the largest mobile marketplace in the U.S. for local buyers and sellers with more than 100M downloads, today announced it has launched a diversity scholarship and partnership with Ironhack, a globally ranked tech school that offers intensive courses in Web Development and UX/UI Design... Read More
JCS announces Heather Winters as its first chief programs officer
Jewish Community Services of South Florida (JCS) recently announced the appointment of Heather D. Winters as its first chief programs officer.With an annual budget of $28 million and a staff complement of over 190 employees, JCS provides 40-plus social, prevention and health services programs serving thousands of residents throughout Miami-Dade and Monroe counties... Read More
City of Miami Commission approves Wynwood Streetscape Master Plan
In his first term as State Representative, Juan Fernandez-Barquin has taken on several big tasks, which have a big impact on District 119.These include the work of several subcommittees including Business & Professions; Children, Families & Seniors; Criminal Justice; and Justice Appropriations. He is also on the Judiciary Committee... Read More
2021 Jaguar F-Type R-Dynamic AWD
is a beautiful, powerful car
The convertible 2021 Jaguar F-Type R-Dynamic AWD looks and drives amazing. Powerful, agile and distinctive, the F-TYPE Convertible is a true Jaguar sports car, engineered for high performance and instantaneously responsive handling... Read More
Miami Seaquarium reopens
with new health guidelines
Miami Seaquarium, South Florida’s best aquarium and favorite family visitor attraction, is welcoming guest back with enhanced safety measures, including limits on capacity.Visiting Miami Seaquarium will be different from at any point in the Seaquarium’s 65-year history, as the park delivers a fun and educational experience while ensuring the health and safety of guests, animals and team members... Read More
Inspire Health is here
Click hereto read the Sept/Oct issue of South Florida's #1 health and wellness magazine.
‘Good things come to those who wait’ is true in multiple ways when talking about Pig Floyd BBQ, the finally (again) opened Texas-style barbeque restaurant at 168th Street and Old Cutler Road in Palmetto Bay. Owned by Marc Buoniconti and Patrick Sheehy, this BBQ joint has endured many obstacles and has come out smelling like a smoky, wood-fired rose... Read More
FIU’s Ratcliffe Art + Design Incubator awarded $2.5 million to develop entrepreneurial leaders in the creative sector
FIU’s Ratcliffe Art + Design Incubator (RA+DI) has received a gift of $2.5 million from the Philip E. & Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation to develop diverse, entrepreneurial leaders in the creative sector and boost South Florida’s economy... Read More
Have you heard of the #Immokalee Workers?
Today we have Uriel Zelaya-Perez and Wilson Perez representing the Alliance for Fair Food, an ally of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers.
**These are the workers who harvest our food.
**Their rights are being violated right here in South Florida.
**They don't have adequate testing and PPP for Covid-19.
**One of them was shot and killed by a policeman last week.
**We must raise awareness about the workers from Immokalee.