Looking back; working towards a successful 2020 in Coral Gables
With 2020 now in full swing, it’s a good time to look back on the many successes Coral Gables achieved in the past year, and those we are looking forward to this year. The City Beautiful witnessed a great deal of progress in 2019, and our residents and businesses are starting to reap the benefits. As vice mayor, I always have viewed public safety as one of my top priorities, and I am pleased to report we continued to see a downward trend in crime statistics...Read More
LIVE! with Miami's Community News Xavier Suarez
Michael Miller interviews Miami-Dade County Commissioner for District 7 Xavier Suarez. Suarez is a candidate for county mayor. They talk about solutions to reducing traffic congestion and the misuse of the half-sales penny tax.
Community Foundation celebrates the 11th annual Tour of Kitchens
The Coral Gables Community Foundation celebrated its most successful Tour of Kitchens to date on Saturday, Feb. 8.
Miami’s most luxurious kitchen and home tour inspired guests with the latest in kitchen and home design, while offering indulgences from local restaurants and vendors along the way...Read More
U.S. Rep. Donna E. Shalala visits American Legion Gables Post 98
U.S. Rep. Donna E. Shalala visited American Legion Post 98 in Coral Gables on Presidents Day, Feb. 17. Some 30 people turned out for the informal gathering, including members of the post, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and other guests. Rep. Shalala stopped by around noon after visiting the VA Hospital Facility in Downtown Miami. She brought Valentine’s Day cards handmade by school students for the veterans. The question and answer session lasted about a half hour and covered a number of topics... Read More
Miami View Women Daniella Levine Cava
On this episode of Miami View Women, the co-hosts Giselle Kovac and Irela Bague interview Miami-Dade county commissioner for district 8 and candidate for county mayor Daniella Levine Cava. If elected, Levine Cava would be the first woman mayor of Miami-Dade County. They talk about reducing traffic congestion and the state of women in politics.
The Coral Gables Museum announced the finalists and winners of the photography contest, Capture Coral Gables 2020, on Friday, Feb. 7, in the museum’s Community Meeting Room where the exhibition can be seen through Mar 6. The Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony took place on Coral Gables Gallery Night, when the museum offers free admission and many more exciting activities. This recurrent event happen the first Friday of the month, and had over 800 people in attendance...Read More
Giralda Under the Stars lights up Gables’ night
A large crowd gathered on Giralda Avenue for an evening of food, drink and live entertainment on Feb. 7. It was one of Coral Gables’ monthly get-togethers known as Giralda Under the Stars. There were couples walking hand in hand, groups sharing laughter and people standing in line to try samples of food. Although there were plenty of chairs, not one of them... Read More
LIVE! with Miami's Community News Moe Meyer
Michael Miller interviews Moe Meyer with Pest Pro Rid All. They talk about the different pests that exist, such as German cockroaches and bees.
Shop Tropical Audubon Society’s 4th Annual BEE-cause Flea and help support the pollinators who feed our planet. Browse among a thoughtfully curated selection of art, birdhouses, books, collectibles, greeting cards, honey, organic fruit and vegetables, jewelry, native pollinator plants and tag-sale items. Pollinator purveyors will include artisan makers, beekeepers, fair trade collaborators and farmers. BEE-cause Flea takes place at the... Read More
The Community Voice with Fara Sax Corona virus, RMR Rascal, medical masks, facebook Business Manager & more!
Fara Sax now has her own show, "The Community Voice". In this first episode, she interviews Mary Palacio-Pike, Founder of Crystal Academy Coral Gables and Ashley Cunill, Director of the same academy.