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It is time to rebrand

Miami-Dade’s transit system

Metromover, Metrorail and Metrobus are three reminders of a once Metro-branded Miami-Dade County. In 1997, the constituents of Dade County voted favorably to change the county’s name to now Miami-Dade County. This brief history is but a small example of how Miami-Dade has amplified and rebranded to capitalize on the international recognition that the name “Miami” carries.
But much like our daily commuter rail is delayed in moving us from place to place, there seems also to be a delay in their rebranding... Read More

South Miami Commissioner Luis Gil talks with host Michael Miller about South Miami

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Steve Calle, candidate for South Miami City Commission talks with host Michael Miller

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South Miami election coming November 8th
There are enough questions on this year’s election ballot to make your head spin, but if you live in the City of Pleasant Living there are a few that could lead to better government and progress. Once again, the question regarding how many commission members needed to effectuate a zoning change finds its way onto the ballot. Currently, a unanimous five out of five votes of the commission is required in the city to achieve a zoning change. This ballot question lowers that requirement to a super majority of four out of five citywide... Read More

Arbetter Hot Dogs Hall of Fame celebration, November 11th
The iconic Arbetter Hot Dogs is holding its highly anticipated Hall of Fame event on Nov. 11 at the restaurant, 8747 SW 40 St. The event will start at 11 a.m. and run until 2:30 p.m. The inductees will include Brother Kevin Handibode; former University of Miami football legend, Green Bay Packer, and current general manager of the Miami Hurricanes Football Team, Alonso Highsmith; Sheehy Family; Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Dexter Lehtinen; John Lynsky and Family; Brother Felix Elardo; Brother Stephen Kappes; the Maguire, Evans and Golik families; Sandy Liebowitz from L&M Trophies; Renee and Roxanne Pasquarella of Frankie’s Pizza; Jimmy Piedrahita of Mojos; Tito Gomez Family; Raul Martinez Jr. Family; Jeff Garcia Family; Coach Jim Husk; our friends at Burger Beast; Lasky/Desmond Families; Ed Velasco, who holds the Arbetter’s Record for “Most Hot Dogs Eaten,” and more... Read More

Nicklaus Children’s offering scholarships for Miami-Dade College nursing students

Nicklaus Children’s is collaborating with Miami-Dade College (MDC) to implement a scholarship program for students accepted to MDC’s Associate of Science in Nursing Program. The Nurse Scholars Program, sponsored by Nicklaus Children’s Health System, is administered by Edcor, a third-party service, and features tuition scholarship awards of up to $10,000... Read More

Construction begins on

Pine Park Villas in Pinecrest
SCAROFA Properties, a third-generation family business, has begun construction on Pine Park Villas – a luxury townhome enclave in the Village of Pinecrest featuring a limited collection of 18 residences. The private community is the unique vision of Stephane Rosarion, principal of Miami-based SCAROFA Properties, which is developing the project... Read More

Miami-Based Clinical Trial Company Tests First Drug for People Who Overuse Marijuana
Segal Trials, a privately held network of clinical research sites throughout South Florida, announced it will conduct a Phase 2B study to investigate a new drug, AEF0117-202, created by Aelis Farma to treat cannabis use disorder. No approved pharmacological treatments exist for people suffering from cannabis use disorder, so this randomized, double-blind, parallel group trial has the potential to pave the way toward a major advancement in the world of substance abuse treatment. For the first time, people who overuse marijuana may have access to a pill that can help them kick their habit... Read More

Everybody’s health tells a story.

What’s yours?

At the moment, health care is often one-size-fits-all. But imagine a future where your health care is tailored to you. All of Us wants to make that future possible. How? By creating a resource that allows researchers to conduct thousands of studies on health and disease... Read More

Artistic Director Camille Marchese is Making Broad-Stroke Changes to the Grove’s Beloved Art Show
For the second year in a row, Artistic Director Camille Marchese will be overseeing all artist endeavors at the Annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival. A South Florida native, Marchese is back in her hometown of Miami after spending 23 years near Orlando as an entrepreneur and volunteer director of the Winter Park Arts Festival. Now, with her heart and mind keenly focused on the beloved art show presented here every President’s Day weekend since 1963, her objective is clear: making the Coconut Grove Art Festival the number one art show in the country... Read More

At Your Service: Episode 53

Your Tech can either Screw or Save You

AYS # 53 - Electronic Evidence...
Your Tech can either Screw or Save You with Michael Haber and Brian Chase
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The Addiction Show

welcomes Keven Echevarria

The Addiction Show staring Miller M. and today
he welcomes to the show, Keven Echevarria
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Aziari Miami

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Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department executes record infrastructure investment as part of its Capital Improvement Program
While the book has just closed on Fiscal Year 2021-2022, the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (WASD) can claim a year for their record books due to the landmark investment of more than $550 million in critical projects in a single fiscal year as part of its multi-year, $7.8 billion Capital Improvement Program (CIP). With the support of Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava and her administration, WASD has successfully accelerated many critical projects.  By investing in state-of-the-art utility upgrades, the department is proactively planning for future population growth, while also safeguarding the community’s natural resources and Biscayne Bay... Read More

A “Business Minute with Lily Lopez” Featuring Mark Llorente, Market President, Florida, Caremax

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Jill Biden visits Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center to spread breast cancer awareness
In a visit to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in Plantation, Florida, on Saturday, First Lady Jill Biden addressed the significance of breast cancer early detection, clinical research, and the delivery of quality care in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “None of us can beat cancer alone,” Biden said. “We survive with the love of our families, the dedication of our doctors and nurses, and the support of communities, like this one, that are coming... Read More

On The Community Voice, Ronald McDonald House & Sunshine Gasoline

On The Community Voice, Ronald McDonald House & Sunshine Gasoline, talk about the New Home Campaign
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Grant Miller attends the Golden Rule Seafood GRANDE TIKI GRAND RE-OPENING!

Grant Miller attends the Golden Rule Seafood
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Floridian Furniture

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Coral Gables, FL 33134

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Inspire Health is here

Click here to read the Sept/October issue of South Florida's #1 health and wellness magazine.
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  • Preventing Memory Loss
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  • Posture to prevent pain

2023 Subaru Forester Wilderness
Makes Case for Great SUV

Its impressive off-road capability starts with its dependable symmetrical all-wheel drive. The balanced design is built for better stability on a wide range of surfaces and optimizes power distribution between the wheels to deliver maximum traction on challenging trails or in slippery weather conditions. Working together with the rest of the all-terrain upgrades on the Forester Wilderness, you can count on the confident grip of symmetrical all-wheel drive to get you where you want to be whether you are in a Miami monsoon, the Everglades or the... Read More

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