Wynwood Yard, the popular culinary incubator and event space that’s been open at 56 NW 29th Street since 2015, remains open and has several events scheduled through the spring of 2019. Then it is moving to a new location in Doral.
Annual celebrations and observances recognize special events and can expand the knowledge of cultures and religions that are different from our own. November as Black Catholic History Month may be an example.
In the Nov. 6 election, Miami voters decided on whether to lease public riverfront land, site of the government’s Riverside Center, to developer Adler Group for residential towers and a new city headquarters
Developers who want to turn the struggling Jungle Island attraction into an eco-adventure resort have submitted their hotel designs for review by the city, hitting the first required mark under a voter-approved deal.
Brendan Tobin, a 790 The Ticket sports host, wants to rename Biscayne Boulevard outside the Miami Heat’s AmericanAirlines Arena after Dwyane Wade. That will require approval by Florida, Miami and Miami-Dade.
A coalition of agencies supported a cleanup of streets underneath the Dolphin Expressway where homeless people, many with opioid addictions, are living. Many people were moved to shelter or drug treatment.
Zoetic’ Stage’s season opener, “Dracula” written by Michael McKeever and directed by his husband, artistic director Stuart Meltzer, runs in the Carnival Studio Theater at Miami’s Arsht Center until a few days before Halloween.