What Will Post-Pandemic Life Look Like? Futurist Bruce Turkel Has Some IdeasWill we ever shake hands again? How about wearing masks? Can you work from home forever? Plenty of people are wondering what a post-pandemic world looks like.
It Appears Haiti Is In For Rough Summer With Election Unrest & Resurgence Of COVID CaseThe country’s government isn’t functioning. On top of that, COVID is now on a rampage. With a vaccine program that’s all but nonexistent, hospitals are overwhelmed with patients.
South Florida Artists Begin To Recover After Grinding To Halt During PandemicThe pandemic had a huge and negative impact on the art world. It was a difficult time for artists and while art sales tanked, so did the jobs that artists take part-time to support their work.
Worldwide Shortage Of New Cars & Trucks, Drives Demand, Prices For Used VehiclesA global microchip shortage has affected nearly every major automaker, resulting in a slowdown in production of new cars and trucks. As a result, demand for used vehicles has soared in South Florida and around the nation, along with prices.
Miami-Based Celebrity Millennium Becomes First Cruise To Set Sail With Paying Passengers Since Pandemic ShutdownMiami-based Royal Caribbean Group sailed its first cruise ship on Saturday with paying passengers in North America since the pandemic caused an industry wide shutdown.
'Birthplace of Miami,' Miami Circle Site To Go Through Much-Needed RestorationThe Miami Circle site will go through much-needed renovations and will be closed for 100 days beginning on June 14.
Uptick In Cuban Migrants Making Dangerous Journey Across The Florida StraitsEvery year since 1960 as the waters calm over the summer, Cuban migrants take to the sea for a dangerous journey across the Florida Straits in an effort to escape the oppressive Castro regime and its failure of a socialist economy.
South Florida Tourism Officials Seeing A Summer Bounce BackSouth Florida tourism officials are predicting it will be a summer like no other.
Coronavirus Impact: Winter Season Proves Harsh For South Florida Hotels, Motels Without Canadian TouristsCanadian tourists and snowbirds, who have traditionally flocked down to South Florida to escape the harsh winter weather, opted to stay home this past winter because of the coronavirus pandemic.
7th Graders From Miami Rockway Middle School Representing Miami-Dade At International Robotics CompetitionMiami Rockway Middle School 7th grade students and their robots are battling it out this weekend at an international competition.
Man On A Mission: Miami Mayor Francis Suarez’s Movement To Bring Big Tech To The Magic City Enters National SpotlightFrancis Suarez is promoting Miami as the place to relocate, especially if you’re a big tech company.
Leaving The Big Apple: South Florida Sees Increased Migration Of New YorkersNew Yorkers are abandoning the Big Apple even as the Big Apple is opening up.
New South Florida Residents Push Self Storage Business To The MaxThe hot South Florida real estate market has pushed the self storage business to the max and it is no surprise that the price of storage units have kept up with the high rents.
Miami Restaurant Visits Up 4% Since January But There's A Good ReasonMiami restaurant visits are only up 4% since January but according to the Zenreach data company, there is a good reason.
Internet Dependence During Pandemic Turned Out To Open New Horizons For All Types Of OrganizationsAs COVID restrictions continue to ease, the reality is beginning to dawn that our dependence of the internet and online interaction played a major role in getting through the pandemic challenge.