Civic activist and businessman Norman Braman gives his opinion on the proposed Sun Life Stadium upgrades.
Miami businessman Norman Braman would like nothing better than to become the deal killer for a proposed plan to renovate Sun Life Stadium using tax dollars.
From a political standpoint, 2012 proved to be another raucous year in South Florida. Amid echoes of, “Let people vote!” in our ears, with the images of long lines still haunting our memories, Florida was once again the center of attention.
Billionaire Norman Braman has flexed his considerable political muscle in recent years trying to shape Miami-Dade County politics. But Tuesday night, almost all of the candidates he supported came up short.
As the dust settles on Miami-Dade County’s primary, one thing became clear: all of Norman Braman’s preferred candidates lost.
A bill battle is brewing between the Miami Marlins and Miami-Dade County.
After successfully recalling Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez and Commissioner Natacha Seijas last year, auto tycoon Norman Braman has his new target – four incumbent county commissioners.
Several Miami-Dade commissioners who have found themselves in the cross-hairs of auto magnate Norman Braman have begun to fight back.
The Miami Marlins President has been in hot water since an article surfaced this week quoting him saying “We’re not the smartest people in Miami,” a quote he adamantly denied.
The Miami Marlins have both been a source of pride and a national embarrassment. The team has a brand new stadium, new roster, and the same old attitude towards local fans.