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BRICKELL ENERGY NOW INTRODUCING ELECTRIC-VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS AT EMERGE MIAMI
 
Brickell Energy hosts an energetic – and informative – ribbon cutting April 26 at 6 p.m., to celebrate installation of a dual port smart-charging station for electric vehicles at Emerge Miami at 1951 NW 7th Ave., Miami, FL 33136. This EV charging station, located in the south parking lot of the facility also know as the UM Life Science & Technology Park, is the newest addition to the aFLoat Charging as a Service Program, provided by Brickell Energy and OBE Power Networks. This cutting-edge workplace hosts the CIC Miami offices, as well as other firms in the technology... Read More »
 
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COMMUNITY RELATIONS BOARD ADDRESSES YOUTH/GUN VIOLENCE IN LIBERTY CITY
 
The Miami-Dade County Community Relations Board (CRB) under the Office of Community Advocacy held its Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Committee meeting on April 25 at the City of Miami Police Department-North District Station. This meeting focused on the increase in youth/gun violence in Liberty City, and the steps that the... Read More »
 
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BRICKELL ATTORNEY MELANIE DAMIAN RECEIVES MD-FAWL WOMEN MAKING HISTORY AWARD
 

Melanie E. Damian, a business litigation attorney and senior partner with the Brickell-based law firm of Damian & Valori LLP, has received the 2018 Women Making History Award from the Florida Association for Women Lawyers Miami-Dade Chapter (MD-FAWL). MD-FAWL hosted its annual Women Making History Cocktail Reception on Mar. 28, at The Collection in Coral Gables. Katie Phang, Esq., president of MD-FAWL, presented Damian with the 2018 Women Making History Award. Damian was nominated and ultimately selected for this honor because of her proven leadership in supporting women’s issues, her dedication to child advocacy, education and her numerous professional accomplishments as an attorney... Read More »

 
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MIAMI’S SUPER BOWL MEANS BIG BUSINESS… AND MIDSIZED BUSINESS, AND SMALL BUSINESS…
 
When the Super Bowl comes back to its rightful home here in Miami in less than two years, it will be a great draw for the big-budget visitor. At the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee, one of our main goals has been ensuring Super Bowl LIV will create great opportunities not just for the biggest movers and shakers, but for medium-sized operations and even kick off opportunities to make...  Read More »
 
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ANNUAL CINCO DE MAYO BRICKELL HAS NEW WATERFRONT LOCATION
 

For eight years, Miami’s largest Cinco de Mayo block party took place within the confines of a small area in Brickell. As with most things Miami, the celebration has grown more popular than ever. The chains have now been broken, and much like the 1862 battle between Mexico and France, the people shall be victorious. Cinco de Mayo Brickell’s new location is now situated at... Read More »

 
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TEENS GIVE UP WEEK FOR LIFE-CHANGING EXPERIENTIAL SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAM
 

Some 50 high school students will give up one week of their summer vacation to be a part of a residential program that MCCJ is offering with a series of workshop covering racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, and immigration. The program, which takes place at St. Thomas University, is known as MCCJ’s Camp MetroTown, and it brings together teens from differing backgrounds in order... Read More »

 
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DESERVING STUDENTS INVITED BACK TO THE PROM BOUTIQUE
 

Just in time for prom season, Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) invited deserving students back to its Prom Boutique. Pre-selected female and male students have the opportunity to visit the Prom Boutique to select dresses, suits and dress shoes, as well as accessories for their prom events in May. Community members and organizations donated the free items in order to help... Read More »

 
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