COVID-19 & its implications on publication education. A discussion on how students, teachers, and parents can learn to navigate the new realities of education in the era of corona virus. Hosted by Miami's Community Newspapers and Karla Hernandez-Mats, President of United Teachers of Dade!
The Real Food Cafe is ready to help its Community with delivery, pickup and new hours
First and foremost, Chef Maria and I hope you and your family healthy and adjusting to this new way of life. Second, be resilient in these tough times. We’re all in this together. Most of our customers, like you, know us from the “Academy” side of our business. At this time, we are not offering any of the services provided by the “Academy.” That includes kids’ classes, camps, and parties or any of our adult classes or events. That’s why I would like to introduce you to our cafe. It’s called The Real Food Cafe... Read More
Corona Virus Meets Its Greatest Opponent
Mobile CO2 Deep Dry Freeze, Clean, Disinfect, Sterilize, Mold Removal, Pathogen and Virus Killing Chamber Tech Hits Market. Miami Mold Specialists, a premier environmental and mold removal services company, announces the launch of a new proprietary invention, an onsite High Tech Organic “super critical” CO2 Deep Freeze dry clean, disinfect, sterilization, mold and pathogen removal chamber: including the devastating Covid19 Coronavirus... Read More
Amid Covid19 Crisis-Don’t forget Children, Adults and Elderly with Disabilities
For those of us with school-age children, ‘safer at home’ began the second that Miami Dade County Schools send children and teachers home. Since then we have been, if we are blessed to be able to, working from home while overseeing our children’s virtual lessons. It has been a difficult transition for teachers, students and parents as we all navigate various platforms, expectations and schedules while staying safe, healthy and sane... Read More
Culture Shock Miami Continues to Develop Young Audiences in Times of Social Distancing
In times of social distancing, Culture Shock Miami remains committed to developing young audiences and continues to come up with innovative ways to make the arts accessible to teens and young adults. Recently added to CultureShockMiami.com is Online Experiences, a curated list of virtual tours and exhibitions, online performances, and on-demand resources being made available to its audience and Miami-Dade County residents...Read More
LIVE! with Miami's Community News
Rabbi Yossi Harlig
LIVE! with Miami's Community News - Rabbi Yossi Harlig of Chabad Kendall/Pinecrest, and Director of the Friendship Circle of Miami
Friday the 13th was quite a nightmare for Miami-Dade County Public Schools. It is a day that will be marked by the foresight of our school system to shut down in order to protect our children and our community from the looming pandemic. It was a risky move, because until that point, governmental agencies, including the Florida Department of Education, had issued a memo stating that schools should remain open despite the imminent alarm... Read More
A2Z FBC - Season 2 - Episode 7 More corona virus, Ultra 2020 cancelled, and the truth of Tinder
For the 7th episode of the 2nd season of A2ZFBC, corona virus was the prevalent topic; however, lighter topics were discussed and chopped up in the truest sense of the word. We're remaining consistent here on A2ZFBC, all while providing transparent insights into today's high-paced and highly distracted society. Stay positive, love yourself, and tell your closest friends to tune in to the next episode of A2ZFBC!