Ingenuity, Customer Loyalty Keeps Local Records Store Afloat During COVID-19 PandemicA local records store has had to rely solely on ingenuity and customer loyalty to stay afloat during the pandemic.
'We Are A Very Safe Destination': Vacationers Flocking To U.S. Virgin IslandsYou still can’t take a luxury cruise line to the U.S. Virgin Islands but you can fly and tourism is turning around, even with the cruise ship business dead in the water for now.
COVID-19 Pandemic Put Some South Florida Dentists In Survival ModeFor dentists, seeing patients, saving teeth, and just surviving has been a struggle during the coronavirus pandemic.
Keep Wearing Masks: COVID Vaccine Can Protect You But You Are Not ImmuneMore than 1.3 million people in Florida have now received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine but while the vaccine can protect you, you are not immune.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Trying To Lure California Companies, Workers To Magic CityMiami Mayor Francis Suarez is making a pitch for California companies to relocate to South Florida.
COVID Pandemic Has Sparked Migration To SuburbsThe coronavirus pandemic has led to a shift in people moving out of the urban core of major cities and into the suburbs.
Live Theater Returns To Actors' Playhouse In Coral Gables With The Wizard Of OzLive theater returns to Coral Gables this weekend with the Children’s Theater production of The Wizard of Oz.
History Of Negro League Partly Written At Miami's Dorsey ParkDorsey Park in Overtown plays an important role in remembering the contributions of baseball players who played in the Negro Leagues.
COVID Pandemic Created Pivot Point For Health CareHow we receive medical care is being impacted by COVID-19. The scramble to get vaccinations has opened the eyes of the public to alternative locations and pathways to initial health care.
Iconic Duffy's Tavern Struggled But Survived Pandemic TimesFor Wayne Russell, May 11th, 2020, was a dark day full of sunshine. That was the day he put a take-out sign in front of Duffy's Tavern.
Major Cruise Lines Schedule Departures But There's No Guarantee Ships Will SailSome major cruise lines have schedule departures in April and May, but there’s no guarantee they will sail. So if you are looking for those cheap deals on your favorite cruise, you might be disappointed.
Despite Drop In Bed Tax Revenue, Tourism Officials Maintain Campaigns Are WorkingDespite the faltering bed tax numbers, Miami-Dade tourism officials have said that their multi-platform media campaign “MIAMILAND” worked in bringing tourists into the county's hotels during the pandemic.
'It's Your Next Door Neighbor, It's A Senior From Down The Street': Farm Share Seeing 60 Percent Increase In NeedWhile food distributions may be out of the daily headlines, they are a continued way of life for many in Miami-Dade and Broward.
'We've Seen A Lot Less Heads In Beds': Pandemic Continues To Wreak Havoc On South Florida TourismSouth Florida's tourism economy has been ravaged by COVID-19.
Family Of Kevin Desir, Who Died At BSO Pompano Beach Facility, Seeks AnswersThe family of a South Florida man who died while in custody at a BSO facility in Pompano Beach wants answers.