'Thinking On Our Feet': Coral Gables Art Cinema Pivoted In Pandemic To SurviveThe Coral Gables Art Cinema has been showing the best quality American independent and international features, in addition to classic films, since 2010.
Pandemic Stress Can Impact Children Who Stutter, Increase Its SeverityStress caused by the pandemic can impact children who have a stuttering issue.
Reentry Anxiety: Not Uncommon To Feel Nervous About Going Out With COVID Restrictions Being LiftedFeeling a little nervous, maybe anxious about going out as COVID restrictions are being eased out? You are not alone. As CBS4’s Hank Tester reports, it’s not uncommon for those who have been cooped up for a year to suffer from reentry anxiety.
FIU Launches Sustainability Program To Balance Tourism With Environmental ConcernsTourism along with Florida's environment and natural wonders are the lifeblood of the state's sun-bathed economic engine.
United Community Options, Which Provides Services To Those With Developmental Disabilities, Hit Hard By PandemicThe pandemic has come down hard on nonprofits. And for one South Florida organization, canceled fundraisers and short falls in corporate sponsorships have severely impacted the services it provides to those with developmental disabilities.
Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center Says Time Has Come For Return Of Standing OvationsPivoting back to almost normal, Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center is set to bring back major shows, including Broadway productions, with hopefully all seats filled.
Protests In Colombia Continue Even After Controversial Tax Measure WithdrawnColombians in South Florida continue to monitor the situation back home daily, as violence brought about by a controversial fiscal reform has hardly dissipated.
Pivot In The Pandemic: Restaurants On Miracle Mile Enjoy Mini-RenaissanceThe scene for restaurants along Miracle Mile in Coral Gables is one of revival, as the pandemic seems to be winding down and more diners head out on the town.
Want To Travel To The Bahamas? No Need To Show Negative COVID Test If Fully VaccinatedThe Bahamas announced that starting in May, all international travelers who are fully vaccinated will be able to enter the islands without needing to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
‘It’s A Mistake To Skip The Test Cruises’: Maritime Lawyer Says Industry Has Logistical Scramble To Make Any July Sail DateCruise ships just might be sailing by July. At least that’s the hope after the CDC backed off portions of their no sail order after heavy political pressure, including a lawsuit filed against the CDC by the state of Florida.
With COVID Restrictions In Place, Summer Camps Filling Up Fast In Miami-DadeMiami-Dade kids will be able to head to camp this summer, but with COVID-19 restrictions in place.
Business Travel Slow Down During Pandemic Continues To Affect South Florida's EconomyThe slowdown in business travel continues to negatively affect South Florida's economy.
Lure Of A Good Smoke Helped Doral Cigar Shop Pivot During The Pandemicmall businesses across South Florida had a tough time during the pandemic, but those who got by were supported by loyal customers, including the Sabor Havana cigar shop in Doral.
Ready For A Break From The Pandemic? Take A Vacation, It's Good For YouAs more people get vaccinated, lockdowns lifted, and capacity limits raised, there's been an increase in air travel and road trips to work in a break from working from home during the pandemic.
Pivoting In Pandemic: Miami Maintenance Co. Credits FIU's Small Business Development Center For Helping Them SurviveAmer-Plus Janitorial Maintenance started out as a mom-and-pop business. Over the years it has grown into a full functioning operation but it was almost derailed by the pandemic.