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PAMM PRESENTS FEMME À LA MONTRE, A 1932 MASTERPIECE BY PABLO PICASSO
 
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) presents Pablo Picasso’s (1881-1973) Femme à la montre (1932), a portrait of one of the most revered subjects in the artist’s paintings — his muse and lover Marie-Therese Walter. The work is a classic example of the Modern Master’s highly prized works from 1932, a particularly fruitful and pivotal year for the artist that was marked by his first major retrospective at the Galeries Georges Petit, Paris. “We are pleased to bring this extraordinary painting to Miami where it will be a highlight for viewers throughout the summer,” said PAMM director Franklin Sirmans. “We are grateful for the opportunity from lender Emily Fisher Landau to present this important painting. “In 1985, when the museum was in its infancy, as the Center for Fine Arts, we hosted an exhibition... Read More »
 
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HOW TO WORK OUT SMARTER (NOT HARDER) IN MIAMI’S FITNESS SCENE
 
When it comes to Miami’s fitness community, there is certainly no shortage of options. From boutique studios to big box gyms and everything in-between, our city is filled with the latest and greatest trends fitness has to offer. But what if I told you that getting in shape is not always about what kind of class you take or even how hard you work while you’re there? Might sound counterintuitive, but the fact is that since most of us are not high-performance athletes (who push themselves 120 percent with the goal of running faster, jumping higher and lifting heavier), it’s not necessary to exert yourself to this level, particularly if your main goal is to lose weight, tone up or maintain. It’s a tough concept for many fitness enthusiasts to grasp because we’ve been taught for years that it’s all about “no pain, no gain.” But the reality of maximizing your fitness routine (and saving your joints while you’re at it) is to work out smarter... Read More »
 
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ADDRESSING GENTRIFICATION IN THE WEST GROVE
 

This comment by Darlene best reflects the community’s most urgent concern: “gentrification”. By this we refer to the situation where longstanding residents must sell their homes to developers and newcomers as the price of living close to downtown increases beyond their means. The West Grove, an area rich in the vibrant culture and history of its traditionally Caribbean and Bahamian residents, deserves special attention. My purpose as county commissioners is to reverse this trend, and in doing so, protect the historical residents and their families who wish to stay in the. To achieve this goal, we are involved in seven... Read More »

 
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GREATER MIAMI CHAMBER HONORS ADONEL CONCRETE
 
Adonel Concrete was named winner of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 South Florida Good To Great Awards® (51-249 employees) during last Friday’s awards luncheon held as part of the Chamber’s 2018 Impact Conference. The South Florida Good To Great Awards® showcase the spirit of regionalism across South Florida while saluting locally based busines... Read More »
 
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CITY COMPLETES RESTORATION OF WAGNER CREEK, SEYBOLD CANAL
 
City of Miami leaders on Friday, June 29, celebrated the completion of the award-winning Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal restoration project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. “The restoration of Wagner Creek and the Seybold Canal is a major milestone for the City of Miami, and an example of operational resiliency for communities like ours,” said city manager Emilio Gonzalez. “Working together... Read More »
 
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JUNGLE ISLAND NOW OFFERING THE BEST PLACE TO COOL OFF THIS SUMMER WITH NEW SUPERFLIGHT AND NEOSPLASH ATTRACTIONS
 
Jungle Island, South Florida’s iconic eco-adventure landmark, announces the exciting launch of SuperFlight, Miami’s first permanently installed vertical wind tunnel with free fall simulation. The park also debuted NeoSplash, a thrilling water park with multiple jumbo-sized slides just in time for guests to escape the Miami summer heat. As part of its second phase of rollouts, SuperFlight takes...Read More »
 
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ELYSEE MIAMI CONDOMINIUM FINISHES MASSIVE CONCRETE FOUNDATION POUR
 
Following months of piling and excavation subterranean work, one of the tallest towers in Downtown Miami’s East Edgewater neighborhood is officially ready to go vertical. On Friday, June 15, a crew of about 75 construction workers poured the foundation for Elysee Miami, a 57-story luxury condominium under construction, paving the way for vertical development of the waterfront highrise to begin. The 100-unit project is being developed by Two Roads... Read More »
 
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