HistoryMiami Museum Hosts Preview Party With Miami Dolphins Alumni to Debut Pro Football Hall of Fame Exhibition
Miami Dolphins Alumni and City Notables Celebrated the Start of Football Season in Downtown Miami at the Opening of Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Exhibition. More than 400 VIPS gathered at HistoryMiami Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate, on September 26th. To celebrate America’s favorite sport at the VIP Preview Party of Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition about professional football... Read More
NCL donates new billion-dollar ship for Boys & Girls Clubs gala
Norwegian Cruise Line, longtime supporter of Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade, will donate its yet-to-launch billion-dollar ship, Norwegian Encore, for the nonprofit organization’s exclusive 13th annual “Wild About Kids” Gala, taking place Nov. 16-17... Read More
Comcast Increases Internet Speeds for Most Customers in South Florida
Comcast is boosting internet speeds for most of its customers throughout South Florida. That means they’ll have the speed they need to do all their favorite things online, plus keep their growing number of “smart” devices connected at the same time... Read More
Palmer Trinity School Raises More Than $10,500 and Collects Supplies for Bahamas Hurricane Dorian Relief
The Palmer Trinity School (PTS) community came together to support our Bahamian neighbors as they recover from the devastation left behind by Hurricane Dorian. As a PTS Cares initiative the school partnered with Christ Episcopal Church in Coconut Grove and the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida and contributed to their Bahamas hurricane relief efforts... Read More
Grant Miller visits Blo Me Away Blow Dry Boutique in South Miami
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Aaron Guerrero Continues Success on His First Published Book on Eating Healthy
Aaron Guerrero isn't stopping. The aim of his publication is to assist those struggling to achieve their health goals in a realistic and positive manner, all while promoting and educating readers on... Read More
Night of the Haunted Carnival coming to South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center
The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (SMDCAC) presents Night of the Haunted Carnival on Friday, Oct. 25, beginning at 6 p.m. The event is open free to the public... Read More
Kristina Alzugaray to serve as intern for U.S. Rep. Shalala.
Lucas J. De La Torre, principal of Cutler Bay Senior High School, has announced that graduating senior Kristina Alzugaray has been selected to serve as an intern for U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala. Kristina is in the iPREP Academy... Read More
Grant Miller stops by Bagel Emporium and Grille for a quick bite!
Fair hires manager of competitive exhibits, community engagement
The Miami-Dade County Youth Fair & Exposition, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing education and agriculture, has announced the recent hire of Jorge Abreu as manager of exhibits and community engagement... Read More
MDX Traffic Advisory for Sunday, October 6 through Sunday, October 13, 2019
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
Hundreds of entrepreneurs and business people in the Greater Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area – one the nation’s top regions for start-up and expansion of small, minority, and women-owned businesses – are registering to attend Florida’s 37th Annual Minority Enterprise Development “MEDWeek” Conference & Awards Gala, Oct. 11-12... Read More
Heavily influenced by Motown and Bob Marley, Miami’s Marquise Fair to appear at The Barnacle, Oct. 12
Marquise Fair found his love for music as a five-year-old singing Gospel songs in his mother’s church. He was heavily influenced by Motown and Bob Marley while growing up and began performing on stage at age 20 with a used guitar he taught himself to play... Read More
UTD and Captain Barrington Irving Join Forces to Deliver Aid to Bahamas
United Teachers of Dade officers Karla Hernandez Mats, Tony White and Mindy Festge, are traveling from Opa Locka airport to the Bahamas to deliver 550 boxes of supplies, 165 cases of water, and 25 palettes with donations, on a flight led by Captain Barrington Irving, a Miami Northwestern Senior High alumni and the youngest pilot to fly around the world in a single engine plane... Read More
Get Your Business Started with Facebook Ads in 3 Hours
Digital marketing expert Dan Grech of BizHack Academy will walk you through Facebook Business Manager and Ads Manager, the hub of Facebook’s self-service ad platform. He will introduce the Audience Insights tool and share his 10 Commandments for Facebook Advertising, a distillation of 5 years of teaching more than 300 businesses how to run profitable ads online... Read More
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