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Downtown (Miami, Florida)

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  • Nonprofit is next step in her career

    Nonprofit is next step in her career
    Who: Belen Woods, 27 of West Palm Beach, was recently named director of marketing for the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium in West Palm Beach, from the Downtown Development Authority in West Palm Beach where she was the marketing coordinator....
  • No laughing matter: Hallandale cop suspended 10 days for joke

    No laughing matter: Hallandale cop suspended 10 days for joke
    It doesn't pay to joke around at the Hallandale Beach Police Department. Officer Josue Hernandez found out the hard way. Hernandez, 28, filled out more than a dozen community contact cards with the names of sports celebrities and long dead...
  • CMA nominations show you don't have to be country (if you're Taylor Swift), Allentown Fair's lock on genre

     
    Catching up on last week’s Country Music Awards nominations, two things become obvious: Allentown Fair in the past three years has offered just about every one of the biggest names in country music. And you don’t have to be a......
  • Orange County hands out Cultural Tourism grants to 24 groups

    Orange County hands out Cultural Tourism grants to 24 groups
    Two dozen arts and cultural organizations received cultural tourism grants from Orange County this week. In total, $1,870,171 was given out by the Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs office. The money is geared toward programs and projects that will...
  • Audition notice: 'A Christmas Story' from Sands Theater

    The Sands Theater & Youth Theater Companies will join together and hold open auditions for A Christmas Story on October 14 & 15, 2013 (Monday and Tuesday) at the historic Athens Theatre in DeLand starting at 6pm. An additional Call Back Date is Thursday...
  • Fresh from Florida: Farmers markets

    Fresh from Florida: Farmers markets
    Looking to get to know the places you visit in Florida in a fresh and flavorful way? Check out a local farmers market. These colorful markets have free admission – and some feature live entertainment – and they also offer visitors...
  • 9 Ways You Know You Live in Downtown Orlando

    9 Ways You Know You Live in Downtown Orlando
    There's no other place in Central Florida quite like downtown Orlando. From its abundance of bars and clubs to its brick streets that line the surrounding neighborhoods, downtown Orlando is a special place that attracts a special type of resident. You...
  • New Year's Eve 2012: 23 top South Florida parties

    New Year's Eve 2012: 23 top South Florida parties
    It's now official: When it comes to the fiscal-cliff-diving of New Year’s Eve, there is no place in the country with the crazy range of offerings to rival South Florida. The tipping point came when the folks at Cameo on South Beach created what...
  • Weekend Preview: Monster trucks, Dr. Horrible and Barenaked Ladies

    Weekend Preview: Monster trucks, Dr. Horrible and Barenaked Ladies
    Things may not be where you expect to find them this weekend, much like your glasses or your pants. The Wynwood crowd will be doing monster trucks at the BB&T Center, the City-Wide Market tie-dyers will set up in Coral Springs, singles will mingle at...
  • Springsteen & I: See documentary in South Florida tonight

    Springsteen & I: See documentary in South Florida tonight
    It’s been 40 years since Bruce Springsteen first put his lonesome, streetwise poetry on two 1973 albums: “Greetings From Asbury Park” and “The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle.” “Spirit in the Night,”...
  • Las Olas farmers market moves to a new location on Sunday

    Las Olas farmers market moves to a new location on Sunday
    For years the Las Olas Sunday Market has been a source not only of fresh vegetables, flowers and baked goods, but also the kind of organic neighborliness that the ill-informed stereotype of South Florida has no room for.  It created a community, bonded...