Cheers and applause could be heard in Pinecrest Friday as a new traffic signal was installed.
It was just a few years ago we were talking about Downtown Miami’s demise. Developers had overbuilt, the economy was tanking and more than 20,000 condos sat unsold. Today many of the condos still sit empty, but they are being sold at top dollar. The bizarre ups and downs of downtown real estate market are odd to say the least. What has happened around it is even stranger.
It was an emotional memorial service at a Pinecrest temple for journalist Steven Sotloff, whose killing at the hands of Islamic militants has sparked international outrage.
The family of murdered Miami journalist Steven Sotloff is remembering him Thursday at their Pinecrest home.
The Rabbi of murdered South Florida journalist Steven Sotloff spoke out one day after the a video showing his execution was posted online.
A spokesman for the family of murdered American journalist Steven Sotloff described the South Florida native as a “gentle soul” in a prepared statement made just a day after video showing Sotloff being beheaded at the hands of an ISIS terrorist was released.
A steady flow of friends and family are showing support by stopping by the Pinecrest home of journalist Steven Sotloff’s parents.
As a U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff’s reporting trips took him to Libya, Egypt, Bahrain, Somalia, and Turkey but he vanished last August while on assignment in the country that’s considered the most dangerous for journalists — Syria.
A car smashed into a Pincrest bench Wednesday afternoon injuring one person.
The news of 31-year-old Steven Sotloff’s death, at the hands of ISIS militants, has devastated some neighbors of Pinecrest where his family lives.