All-Aboard Florida Tracks May Be Used Locally

All-Aboard Florida Tracks May Be Used Locally

High-Speed rail between Orlando and Miami tends to get a lot of people excited. “Low-Speed” commuter rail between Palm Beach and Miami tends to get some people equally excited. Tri-Rail, the commuter service that has been running trains on the CSX track west of Interstate 95 between Palm Beach County and Miami since late last century, is now working on a major new plan: to run trains into downtown Miami beginning in late 2016 or early 2017. One question: What took you so long?

 

Read Alfonso Chardy’s Miami Herald article here:

http://hrld.us/1AV37P1

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We’re #1 in Shark Attacks!

We’re #1 in Shark Attacks!

Probably not something the tourism bureau wants to brag about, but hey, we’re back on top! Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water…Oh wait, it actually is safe. Last week, the University of Florida’s International Shark Attack File announced its 2014 tally showing the Sunshine State once again claimedContinue Reading

Donald Trump Exploring Crandon Golf Course on Key Biscayne

Donald Trump Exploring Crandon Golf Course on Key Biscayne

Few things say “public jewel” quite like the public golf course on Key Biscayne in Miami named Crandon. It’s a joy to play and a joy to behold. Now, “The Donald” wants to through his hand and money into the mix. Donald Trump wants to take over management of the well regarded public golf courseContinue Reading

Miami Foreign Students Too Sexy to be Geeks

Heat Players Conned By Pakistani, Feds Say

Heat Players Conned By Pakistani, Feds Say

It’s easy to be a baller with someone else’s money, especially with a real baller’s money, literally.  A Pakistani man who used to hang out at South Beach clubs and hob knob with rich, beautiful, and famous, was charged last week with fleecing about $8 million from Miami Heat players Mike Miller, James Jones andContinue Reading

Miami to Vote on Bayside ‘SkyRise’

Miami to Vote on Bayside ‘SkyRise’

Miami voters will consider a 1,000-foot tower on Biscayne Bay, a new process for leasing submerged land and a new rule to prevent development projects from stalling on city property. Read David Smiley’s Miami Herald article here: http://hrld.us/1yrLz6m – Presented by Miami:As Is