“Due to an increased number of TSA screeners not reporting to work, we have decided to take this precautionary step and relocate about 12 flights to adjoining concourses in the afternoons,” Miami International airport spokesman Greg Chin said Thursday. CNN reports that security checkpoints in concourse G will be closed after 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday […]
Miami Virgin Group Founder Sir Richard Branson and Virgin Voyages President/CEO Tom McAlpin unveiled their terminal plans for PortMiami.
Back in June, the City of Miami Commission unanimously voted to allow a referendum on this month’s ballot asking residents to vote on a proposed 300-room hotel at Jungle Island on Watson Island in Miami. Since then, I haven’t heard much about it (and I’m relatively well-informed about Miami issues). I suspect there will be a LOT […]
While the U.S. S.B.A defines “small business” to include companies with as many as 1,500 employees, most of us think of small businesses as the main street “mom & pop” shops. It is exactly these local retail businesses that American Express had in mind when they launched “Small Business Saturday.” In an effort to help local […]
As we clean up our city in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, it’s helpful to know which of our stores and restaurants are open in the historic Central Business District. Here is a partial list: 7-Eleven – 133 NE 2 Avenue, Miami, FL 33132 Apollo Bank – 235 SE 1 Street. Miami, FL 33131 Bali Cafe […]
It’s Miami Spice Month, and Avenue3 is bringing you ten delicious lunches for just $10 Butterfly Ball 22 NE 3 Avenue, Miami, FL 33132 / 786.452.7338 Chicken Champignon with rice & mushrooms plus your choice of soda Caffe Tonny 192 NE 3 Avenue, Miami, FL 33132 / 305.539.0100 Any sandwich and soda CVI.CHE 105 105 NE […]