Lyft released its Valentine’s Day 2017 stats for Miami. Its most popular destination for couples going out that day was downtown’s Bayside Marketplace. Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino and the movies also proved popular with the ride-share company.
Before Brightline comes rolling through Miami-Dade County, Mayor Carlos Gimenez has asked the Florida Department of Transportation to evaluate safety measures in place at the railway crossings along the private passenger line’s route.
Miami commissioners overturned historic designation for the Babylon apartments in Brickell, clearing the way for its demolition. The first building designed by homegrown design giant Arquitectonica, it was widely credited for setting the template for downtown Miami’s design-savvy revival.
Elton John’s retiring but not before South Florida fans have two last chances to see him, at Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena and Sunrise’s BB&T Center. Adam Chester, his Miami Beach-raised rehearsal pianist, isn’t convinced this three-year Farewell Yellow Brick tour is really the end.
SEIU Florida, Haitian Women of Miami (FANM) and the Florida Immigration Coalition plan a march and rally Wednesday in downtown Miami to protest anti-immigration policies from Washington that affect Haitians and El Salvadorans.
Brightline, the “hospitality-focused” private passenger rail service aiming to connect South Florida’s downtown areas, announced it would begin offering services from Fort Lauderdale to West Palm Beach on Saturday.
Miami-Dade Water and Sewer sent an advisory Friday morning to warn drivers to avoid the area of 200 and 300 South Biscayne Boulevard as crews repair a broken 12-inch water pipe. Some affected residents will be under a boil-water warning once service resumes.
Long before launching a campaign for Congress as a Democrat, Miami Commissioner Ken Russell attended a presidential fundraiser for conservative Republican Sen. Ted Cruz. He says he was just hearing out the other side and ‘didn’t give Ted Cruz a dime.’