The documentary ‘Crime After Crime’ will be shown as part of the Alper JCC’s 34th annual Book Festival at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Dave & Mary Alper Jewish Community Center, 11155 SW 112th Ave., in the Robert Russell Theater.
As part of a weekly feature called Community Conversations, we're gathering your comments on a variety of topics. This week’s question: If Miami-Dade County had its own Mount Rushmore, whom would you put on it? Tell us.
Pro Cycling Miami hosted the 50-mile bike ride in memory of Miguel Aviles, a 47-year-old cyclist who was recently killed by a truck driver when he fell onto the road about one mile from U.S. 27 and Interstate 75 while riding with a group of nearly 300 bicyclists.
Boston Proper, the brand best known for its catalogs of women’s fashions and accessories, will open a boutique at Dadeland Mall on Dec. 11. It will mark the brand’s second store in Miami-Dade, after the Village of Merrick Park.
What: Bet Shira Congregation has invited local Muslim and Christian leaders for their Yom Kippur celebration on Saturday morning, the same day as Eid, an Islamic holiday. The Rabbi Mark Kula says this event is a way to promote peace in the new year.
Community organizations that host candidates for public office have always prided themselves in being impartial in their proceedings, allowing their political guests to make their respective arguments knowing full-well that the questions put before them are not biased in favor or against either candidate.