Dolphin Mall welcomes shoppers and visitors to celebrate the 2013 holiday season with three holiday events: the arrival of Santa Claus, a spectacular holiday Ice Palace and a “Magical Snowfall” transforming into a winter wonderland. Santa arrives on Nov. 7 to greet children and their parents at the Ramblas (Floor 2) area through Dec. 24 […]
Russell Galbut is the grandson of Abraham (Al) and Bessie Galbut who moved to Miami Beach permanently in 1931 after visiting during the winters of 1929 and 1930. Al and Bessie set up shop at 5th and Washington in a store called Al’s and Al became known as the Mayor of South Beach in […]
Getting acclimated was the initial assignment for 25 youths, ages 14 to 18, arriving at work excited and prepared for the first day of their Summer jobs in the City of Opa-locka, during a time when the economic downturn limited job prospects in numerous industries and locations. However, the City of Opa locka […]
An exciting new restaurant is coming to Palmetto Bay this December. Bistro Foly will be combining Contemporary French cuisine with friendly service in a casual neighborhood setting. Located off Old Cutler Road and SW 168th Street in Palmetto Bay, Bistro Foly will be open seven days a week from 8AM until 10PM, serving breakfast, […]
All dressed up and ready to go to the Palmetto Senior High School Homecoming dance are (l-r) Travis Rambo, Sarah Waters, Amber Mohlman and Julia Finazzo. Of course they paused a moment to get their picture snapped with a copy of their favorite h9ometown newspaper. Thanks for thinking of us, guys!
Sisters! Proudly flying the Team FootWorks colors at Mile 8 at the New York Marathon with Shelley Boehm Collins and Laurie Huseby.
The City Commission of the City of Sunny Isles Beach is pleased to invite everyone to our Annual Veterans Day Celebration at Heritage Park. Each year on Veterans Day, names of Sunny Isles Beach residents, both past and present, that have selflessly served the United States of America through the Armed Forces, will be added […]
Record numbers of ghosts and goblins of all sizes toured through the haunted house at this year’s Booogie by the Beach in Sunny Isles Beach. But only the brave and fearless ventured to the second floor, known for its pure terror and horrors at every turn. The two-day event was graced with fabulous weather which […]
Old Cutler Town Center celebrated Halloween with a safe and fun-filled trick-or-treat event for Cutler Bay’s little ghosts and goblins on Saturday, Oct. 26 Tenants with the neighborhood shopping hub handed out candy to the kids, who participated in a scavenger hunt and costume contest. A panel of judges later voted for their […]
On Wednesday, October 30, 2013, Jesse Panuccio, Executive Director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, was the keynote speaker at the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce’s Business Roundtable. The chamber is one of the oldest business organizations in Florida. Director Panuccio sat down with chamber members and local business owners for a roundtable […]
On Monday, August 12, 2013, during a retirement luncheon for City of Opa-locka Finance Director Dr. Ezekiel O. Orji, Dance troop “Umu-Oma” opened with a celebratory praise performance, during a musical tribute to the guest of honor who migrated from Nigeria to America in 1974 to further his education and secure a better […]
Westminster Christian School’s 470 high school students spent their first week of school at “Warrior Week” at Sharptop Cove in Jasper, GA. The weeklong retreat combines fun and adventure with opportunities for spiritual renewal and relational development. This tradition began seven years ago and continues to be a highlight for students and the many alumni […]
Emmy award winning journalist Michael Putney recently presented a Middle East Update to an overflow crowd of Boys Town Jerusalem (BTJ) contributors atMo’s Bagel, Aventura. BTJ is one of Israel’s premier institutions for educating the country’s next generation of leaders. To get involved with BTJ, email Gary Arnowitz at email@example.com or call 305.954.0001.
On September 10, the Broward County Commission passed an amendment to the County Code of Ordinances that would require community associations to provide written notices to applicants regarding the status of an application to rent or purchase a dwelling, including specific reasons when rejecting an application. The goal of the ordinance is to prohibit […]