Local Happenings

My Insights, Market Updates, Business News, Community Events

November 25, 2020
Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!

While I know that this Thanksgiving is going to be different, I wish you all the happiest of days! Whether you celebrate with family and friends […]
November 23, 2020
Kim Ng first female MLB

Miami Marlins Make History

Did you hear that the Miami Marlins have hired the first female general manager in Major League Baseball’s history? Not only that, but by appointing Kim […]
November 18, 2020
Water & Sewer Spring Cleaning

In Case You Missed It: Water & Sewer Spring Cleaning

I just received an email from the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department pertaining to our county’s water pipes being “spring cleaned” in the middle of fall! […]
November 16, 2020
Tobacco Road Redux

Tobacco Road Redux

Although it has been closed for six years, Tobacco Road was an institution and it is still missed, which is why a pop-up version is in […]
October 28, 2020
Turtle Baby Boom

A Covid Baby Boom, But Not the One You Expect

Scientists expect a baby boom in Florida as a result of the Covid Pandemic and subsequent lockdown, but it is not what you expect! I recently […]
September 30, 2020
South Florida Events

Two More Cancelled Events

Covid-19 strikes again! This time, it has caused the cancellation of two large South Florida events: Art Basel and the Tortuga Music Festival. Not only are […]
September 21, 2020
Practice Mindfulness

Mindfulness Practices from The Lowe Art Museum

As a member of Beaux Arts, I have long been involved with the organization and its support of the Lowe Art Museum. Did you know that […]
September 16, 2020
Cardboard Recycling

Coral Gables and Cardboard

Just this week a Gables Code Enforcement officer knocked on my front door and handed me a flyer indicating that bulk trash pickup will no longer […]
September 14, 2020
Pool Turtle

Is That a Turtle in My Pool?

As a native Miamian I have seen a lot of critters in pools. There are the ubiquitous frogs, occasional snakes and lizards, raccoons might splash around […]
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