Hello! there.  View Online | Forward to a friend | Subscribe
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
Miami's Community Newspapers Luncheon in Pinecrest Hosts Gubernatorial Candidate Ron DeSantis (Click Below)
 
 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
​​​​
 
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
CONDOMINIUM AND HOA BOARD CERTIFICATION COURSE IN AVENTURA ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30
 

Condominium and Homeowner Association board members, as well as property managers, are invited to attend a free Board Certification Course. The educational program is the perfect introduction for all new board members and a great review for anyone currently serving on a board.
 Hosted by Eisinger, Brown, Lewis... ​Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATES, P.A.: MIAMI’S PHYSICAL THERAPY DREAM TEAM
 
Need to rehab a surgically repaired knee? Suffering from a trick ankle or kept awake nights with back pain? If you’re afflicted with these or any other muscular, joint or neurological problem, you owe it to yourself to visit the physical therapy dream team at Physical Therapy Associates, P.A. in South Miami. From their practice next door to South Miami Hospital, partners Ira M... Read More »
 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
 
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
GOODBYE SPINAL SURGERY – WELCOME STEM CELL THERAPY
 
Six months ago, I evaluated three patients in my new state-of-the-art facility, USA StemCell, who were complaining of severe and incapacitating pain in the lower back and legs. All three had a pain intensity of 10 out of 10. None had seen improvement with current treatments, which included long hours of physical therapy and multiple medications such as antinflamatories and pain killers. Two of these patients had even endured unsuccessful spinal... Read More »
 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
WHY NOT BE A SANTA TO A SENIOR?
 

There’s a wonderful tradition here in South Florida for the holidays and I’m pleased to be a part of it and help support this program. It’s called Be a Santa to a Senior and it was brought to Miami 14 years ago by Gabriel De Armas Jr., director of business and community development for Home Instead Senior Care, an in-home elderly care franchise network. The idea behind it is to bring holiday cheer to senior citizens living alone or in assisted living facilities (ALFs) with little family contact. The holidays are so geared towards families sharing and being together, and giving gifts to each other, but all too often seniors who are on their own or who are living in ALFs don’t have relatives who can be with them during what should be a joyful holiday season. That’s where Be a Santa to a Senior comes in. Home Instead Senior Care puts together a list of names and gift ideas from adult assisted living facilities as the holiday season begins. Those lists are displayed at collection spots hosted by participating... Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
​​​​​
 
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
THIS TOO SHALL PASS… MAYBE
 
Dr. Donna Shalala rocked the House or Casa at Casa Cuba last Tuesday. The event sponsored by your very own Community Newspaper’s was very well attended by many Republican and Democrat community leaders alike. Dr. Shalala, who was not only President of the University of Miami and United States Secretary of Health and Human Services spoke about many issues ranging from preserving and enhancing Medicare and... Read More »
 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
FLORIDA TECHNICAL COLLEGE STUDENT OVERCOMES ADVERSITY TO FULFILL LIFELONG DREAM
 
Belén Infante, aged 25, moved from Pennsylvania to Central Florida three years ago to raise her two sons closer to extended family and further her education. Following her high school graduation, she wanted to pursue a college degree. Nonetheless, life got in the way time and again. One day, she told herself that this time it would be different, but the earth shook under her feet, almost tearing her down, along with her dreams. Belén’s youngest son, Alexander, who was two at the time, was diagnosed... Read More »
 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
​​​​​
 
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
HERE’S A NEW PERSPECTIVE…
 

Do you exercise with the hopes of reaching a specific number on the scale? Or are you wishing to fit into a certain size dress or jeans? While having a goal is great, it will NOT ensure your success. Consider how many people you know who have had a specific weight that they wanted to reach. You are likely one...Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
MAXIMO SOLAR INDUSTRIES RECEIVES IMPORTANT NATIONAL AWARD
 
A Puerto Rican solar energy company with offices in Central Florida and South Florida received a major national award for initiatives it deployed to build a more energy-independent Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria left the island in the dark for almost a year.  Maximo Solar Industries, is the first runner-up of Solar Power 2018 Most Forward-Thinking, an award given by Solar Power World, the leading online and print resource for news and information... Read More »
 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
​​​​
 
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL HOPE 4 L.Y.F.E. FUNDRAISER WALK IN SOUTH MIAMI FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS
 

In light of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, on Saturday October 8th, HOPE 4 L.Y.F.E. held its annual 3K/5K walk/run fundraiser. The event was founded by by Angela Roberts-Oliver, restaurant owner of Chicks N’ Wings, located in South Miami Dade County. In 2011, Angela was compelled to launch the walk when the plague... Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
MIAMI IMPROV NOW HIRING FOR BIG RETURN TO SOUTH FLORIDA AT COPPER BLUES ROCK PUB & KITCHEN
 

Miami Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theater is making its highly-anticipated return to South Florida in an all new state-of-the-art venue together with a new dining and entertainment concept, Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen, at City Place Doral this winter. And in order to make it all happen, they are now hiring more than a 100 positions throughout the month of October... Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
​​​
 
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
South Florida Seafood Festival: Miami’s Best Catch of the Day
 

The South Florida Seafood Festival, Oct. 20-21, is a celebration of all-things seafood, waterfront living and giving people their fill of the freshest, tastiest delicacies of the sea... Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
(Free) Women’s Mini Health Day
 

Women live longer and therefore long-term care issues affects them more often.  They tend to have lower income than men which puts them at greater need for financial... Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 

The Day The Music Died

 

When WQAM Radio abruptly changed its format in 1980 to country music, it marked the end of a very long run as the broadcasting pioneer for Top 40 popular music in the... Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
​​​​​
 
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
Commissioner Dennis C. Moss Supports Ordinance To Encourage Development Along The South-Dade Transit Way
 
Recently the South-Miami Heights CDC joined Pinnacle Housing Group as they broke ground on Caribbean Village Apartments, an affordable housing, transit oriented... Read More »
 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
Is Joe Carollo Crazy? Or Crazy Like A Fox?
 

Most people in their sixties are thinking of slowing down and taking life easy.  Not Joe Carollo. He’s been a fixture in local politics since 1978, when he first won a seat... Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
*|FEEDBLOCK:http://www.communitynewspapers.com/feed/|**|FEEDITEMS: [$count=1]|*
 
FIU Scientist Discovers Potentially Harmful Algal Bloom In Keys Canal
 

A bloom of a harmful algal species that causes a different red tide than what is currently affecting Florida’s east and west coasts has been found in the Florida Keys, according... Read More »

 
*|END:FEEDBLOCK|*
 
​​​​​