In May 2015, Neydy Gomez opened South Miami’s Zaniac Learning campus and is a co-owner of the franchise. The campus, like other Zaniac locations, utilizes many innovative ways of teaching STEM, and its most popular entire courses are based on the popular video game Minecraft.
Orlando Martinez de Castro says that after South Miami fired him as police chief in 2013, his career went from being “top cop” to down the drain. Now the city must pay, a Miami-Dade circuit judge has ruled — and it could cost taxpayers more than $1 million.
On Saturday, bodies of water all over the nation will become activated in a feat of solidarity and awareness through National Water Dance, an event that highlights and raises consciousness about our sensitive relationship to water — an essential element we all share in common.
South Miami has been offered millions of dollars from developers who want to buy City Hall, knock it down and build residential and retail. While a cluster of residents disapprove of selling City Hall, commissioners and staff are negotiating its purchase price.
Unsupervised teenagers will no longer swarm the Shops at Sunset Place at late hours. In an effort to change its customer base and increase its adult and family clientele, the Shops at Sunset Place is enacting a youth supervision policy.
Since 2014, Courtney Einhorn has participated in the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, Las Olas Arts Festival, Model Volleyball and Artopia, among other events. On New Year’s Eve 2015, she was selected as the artist to do a live painting during Pitbull’s concert in Bayside.
The Paralympic Experience took place at Tropical Park on Saturday, March 12, 2016. The event aimed to engage people with physical disabilities and visual impairments of all ages with adapted sports such as kayaking, canoeing, wheelchair basketball, rowing, hand cycling, and Boccia.