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Marlins send Anderson and Edwards to rehab with Jacksonville

Miami Marlins’ infielders Tim Anderson and Xavier Edwards will each begin an injury rehabilitation assignment, presented by H2 Health for the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Saturday at 6:35 p.m. against the Nashville Sounds from 121 Financial Ballpark. Anderson has been on the 10-day injured list since May 13 retroactive to May 11, after suffering from

UNF Drops Friday Matchup Against FGCU on Senior Night

North Florida baseball (21-29-1, 11-16-1) produced runs in its second game of the series after its senior night festivities honoring 11 graduates, but dropped its matchup against Florida Gulf Coast (28-24, 19-10), 8-4, on Friday evening at Harmon Stadium. Tony Roca went just under five innings and over 100 pitches with

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2024 NFL Schedule Announced

The NFL announced its 18-week, 272-game regular-season schedule for 2024, which kicks off on Thursday night, September 5, in Kansas City and concludes with 16 division games in Week 18 – two on Saturday, January 4, and 14 on Sunday, January 5. The 2024 NFL schedule, powered by AWS, will

County selling 17 acres it needs to Costco at big discount

A split Miami-Dade commission last week voted to sell water and sewer land to developer Michael Swerdlow to build a Costco at far below appraised value and without a viable alternative to fill county needs. The county didn’t seek to sell, but Mr. Swerdlow made unsolicited offers, $4.5 million last

Miami luxury rentals’ development outpaces demand

Even though the desire to live in luxury residential buildings is high, the supply is currently outweighing that strong demand, according to high-end luxury residential developers. There’s no question that South Florida is the place where many Americans want to live and demand is high but recently supply is higher,

Golden Glades getting $17 million bike-pedestrian bridge

Six major highways converge at an interchange in northern Miami-Dade County. The Golden Glades Interchange, however, isn’t known only for its complicated design and heavy traffic. In March 2023, a tractor-trailer rig’s cargo struck a bridge at the interchange, prompting four nights of road closings to make repairs. Major traffic

Miami-Dade seeks millions to build a regional tech research team

Miami-Dade County is rushing to compete for up to $160 million in federal support of a to-be-formed regional coalition of researchers, institutions and companies to conduct technological research that solves problems that impact the economy and society. The funding would come from a National Science Foundation award for Regional Innovation

Bank branches vanishing with acquisitions, tech changes

Technology and bank acquisitions continue to guide the conversation in the financial world as banks decide on leasing sites. “I think there are a number of reasons that the number of primary bank offices and branches have been declining, and perhaps one of the major reasons is that … community

Joe Rasco: Key Biscayne mayor targeting flooding, shoreline, traffic

Joe Rasco is a senior management executive with over 30 years of leadership in local government and large businesses. After moving to Key Biscayne in 1978, he fought alongside other residents to incorporate the town and establish the first village council as well as the village’s independent fire and police

FYI Miami: May 16, 2024

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. HALF UP FRONT: Non-profit and community-based organizations that get Miami-Dade grants for multiple purposes would receive half the grant up front in

Is city hall’s destiny condo towers or a municipal treasure?

Our report last week on city offices coming to the old Melreese Golf Course posed a warning for anyone who cherishes heritage: how long can historic Miami City Hall survive? It flies under the radar, but the gleaming building by cutting-edge Arquitectonica will replace not just its predecessor on the

Miami International Airport seeks Zzzzz payoff at sleep centers

Awakening to a global trend, Miami International Airport plans to contract with a Boynton Beach company to offer sleep center amenities to waiting passengers who aren’t looking for the full overnight amenities of the airport’s internal hotel. After advertising for bidders and getting just one that met airport specifications, the

Filming in Miami: May 16, 2024

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823; and the Miami Beach Office of Arts, Culture and Entertainment-Film and Print Division, (305) 673-7070.

LatAm Airlines to expand its MIA VIP club

A new lease proposed for the VIP club for Latam Airlines Group at Miami International Airport would add substantially to the club’s space, the club’s use, and the airport’s revenues. The group would spend $4 million to $5 million to build out its new space, growing the current 10,264-square-foot space

LatAm Airlines to expand its MIA VIP club

A new lease proposed for the VIP club for Latam Airlines Group at Miami International Airport would add substantially to the club’s space, the club’s use, and the airport’s revenues. The group would spend $4 million to $5 million to build out its new space, growing the current 10,264-square-foot space

Childish Gambino Announces Massive 2024 Tour

Childish Gambino has announced a tour of North America, Europe, and Australasia, billed as the New World Tour. Donald Glover will take Amaarae and Willow along for select dates. The stint marks his first tour since 2019, and follows the release last night of Atavista, which he’s called “the finished version” of his 2020 record, 3.15.20. Find

BOBO’S OT GOAL SENDS BLADES TO EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS

Bobo Carpenter’s second goal of the game with 6:04 left in overtime lifted the Florida Everblades to a 2-1 victory over the Orlando Solar Bears in Game Five of the South Division Finals Saturday night at Kia Center. With a 4-1 series victory, the Everblades are headed back to the

Inside Arena Football 60

Week Eight has concluded, and the IFL has one remaining undefeated team: the Vegas Knight Hawks. Along with one final undefeated team, three teams earned their first win of the season. It was an action-packed week, featuring six games spanning from Friday to Sunday. In Week Eight’s first matchup, the

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Howard Herring: Tuning up New World Symphony for its future successes

Since 2001, Howard Herring has been the president of the New World Symphony Orchestra and continues to aspire and develop the world’s top musicians and find ways to immerse the community in classical music and education.  A native of Oklahoma, Mr. Herring started his musical career as a pianist by