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The Port of Miami is making changes so that it can accommodate the bigger ships that will then be able to pass through the canal.
If you depend on the Venetian Causeway to get to your home or job, you have four to six months to find an alternate route, because the historic roadway will be closed for several months so workers can conduct emergency repairs on a 730-foot-long weakened segment of the drawbridge closest to Miami.
Suenalo's on stage, horns blazing, drums pounding, a fat bassline digging in, the smooth-voiced Dominican-American MC, Amin De Jesus, spitting rapid-fire rhymes in two languages.
Miami's waterfront has a new art museum, with a science museum on the way. Does it have room for one dedicated to Cuban exiles, too? Advocates of what would be Miami's second museum devoted to Cuban immigrants are pushing county leaders to turn over county land behind the AmericanAirlines Arena to house the proposed 80-foot-tall complex, which ... (more)
Of all the people and businesses in the federal government's "exclusions database," Miami tops the list – and does so by a long shot, according to a McClatchy analysis.
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run will take over the streets of downtown Miami Thursday, forcing several roads to shut down before the afternoon commute.
Next Monday, April 28, Ommegang Brewery will host its third installment of a beer-oriented cooking competition called HopChef at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.
Four accomplished individuals and three prominent organizations accepted Gold Medal honors highlighting their outstanding contributions to Greater Miami at Miami Today's 14th Gold Medal Awards dinner.
Brewery Ommegang's HopChef competition will take place on April 28 at The Biltmore Hotel Coral Gables.
There are lots of areas in Tampa where redevelopment is on the rise, North Hyde Park being one.
Tigertail's Saturday presentation of the work of French choreographer Myriam Gourfink has changed due to the illness of ballerina Gwenaëlle Vauthier.
Street festivals can be so much more than a good romp on the sunny asphalt. At their best, they can be an homage to a shared sense of culture; a common idea within a community of strangers suddenly connected and brought face to face under the auspices of merriment outside their front doors.
The developers of the massive, multi-block Miami Worldcenter complex are asking the city to turn over sections of three downtown streets for inclusion in the project, raising sharp objections from some nearby business owners and activists who call the proposed deal a giveway.
A defense attorney who once represented Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina and his wife while they were under federal investigation in 2010 testified Tuesday that neither former client lied to authorities about the husband's involvement in his wife's loan businesses.
Myles Chefetz does a tasting in the kitchen at Prime Fish with chef Todd Zimmer, April 14, 2014.
Michael Escoto, right, acted as his own attorney until Monday, when stand-by counsel Terry Lenamon, left, stepped in to deliver the defense's closing arguments.
It's Earth Day, which at the very least means you should figure out some time to be outside and be one with nature today.