The Miami Central Station of Brightline is nearing final construction in some areas of the ongoing project in downtown Miami. The rail system is scheduled to start train service between WPB and Fort Lauderdale later this summer. The FTL-Miami leg is scheduled to launch in the fall.
Patrick FarrellThe Miami Herald
Brightline's Miami Central Station
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More than a quarter-million people follow Tim MacRae, as “Timmac,” on a platform called Twitch. They make it possible for him to play video games and make a living doing it. Here, he offers insight into how playing video games can translate into a six-figure salary.
JP Desrochers, co-founder of Coup de Sade, opens a bottle of champagne with a saber at the Apothecary in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday, October 3, 2017. Sabering is the French art of opening a bottle as a celebratory gesture.
It isn't always easy to tell if your personal information has been stolen for fraudulent purposes or your accounts have been compromised. Here are some common signs that you might be a victim of identity theft.
Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith appeared before a House committee on Tuesday to testify about the data breach that has now impacted Americans. He apologized for the company's mistakes and talked about how its taking steps to prevent the same issue from happening again.
A swarm of 5,000 bees on your property might make you panic — but not Willie the Bee Man. No hive’s location can surprise him anymore: He has removed bees from homes, trees, telephone poles, flower pots, sailboat masts, barbeque pits and plane wings from Miami to Palm Beach. He once removed a hive the size of a Volkswagen Beetle from a townhome in Doral.
Riding the wave of the mermaid craze, Marina Anderson performs as a mermaid by day and a burlesque dancer by night. The goal is to make audiences forget she’s holding her breath underwater, said Anderson, who began free-diving the age of 3.
Like many veterinarians, Dr. Elizabeth McMorran knew her calling from an early age. McMorran, a vet at All Pets Dental who helped on the root canal for Zoo Miami’s 410-pound lion, got her doctor of veterinary medicine degree 13 years ago in Germany and her U.S. credentials at the University of Minnesota.
Routine, unannounced restaurant inspections ensure food retail establishments are in compliance with sanitation and food safety procedures in each state. These are the top ten violations inspectors found between 2015-16 in Florida restaurant kitchens.
Joseph Nay is part of the Gig Economy: Nay is a web developer, a web designer and a motion graphics artist and editor, he has a triple arsenal of freelance skills. Nay works out of his Hollywood home office on Wednesday, August 30, 2017.
After buying out the grocery store in June 2017, Amazon made moves today to begin dropping prices for some of Whole Foods' most popular items. Here are five of the most dramatic price drops from the midtown Manhattan Whole Foods, with data courtesy of Bloomberg News.