Haitian President Michel Martell will meet with members of the South Florida’s Haitian-American community Monday evening in North Miami Beach.
Which would you rather have: a hometown Super Bowl or the Boat Show? That’s the calendar conflict tourism officials might face this winter.
PortMiami welcomed Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Pluto Wednesday morning as Disney Cruise Line celebrated its new homeport with Caribbean sailings departing from Miami beginning next month.
The “Big Orange” known for its New Year’s Eve ascension up the InterContinental Hotel in downtown Miami every New Year’s Eve is getting a new name.
October 1st isn’t the official start of fall, but it does mark the beginning of the economic fourth quarter. And in 2012, there are some encouraging signs the U.S. recovery continues to see limited gains, but there are also lingering signs some old problems are not going away soon enough.
Haitian tourism officials hope the old adage “It pays to advertise” is true.
Strong economies, especially in Latin America, led overseas tourists to flock to Florida in recent months.
The American Tennis Association is coming to Fort Lauderdale and there is a big push for tourism and visitors to the city.
As the global economy continues to sputter, there could be some good news on the horizon for the South Florida economy.
Lake Worth has plenty of shoreline, but most of us is along the Atlantic rather than along the lake. Now, city leaders say it’s time to recognize that, joining other South Florida cities like Hallandale and Dania in grafting “beach” onto their names.