City officials are ensuring Doral counts on Census Day, April 1
The City of Doral is hosting a series of public workshops as the community prepares for the 2020 Census. The workshops are aimed to educate and inform residents on the importance of participating in the 2020 census. The workshops will discuss how the census benefits the community, how residents may easily participate, the confidentiality of census information provided, as well as a Q & A session to address any concerns...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.
Downtown Doral Charter Upper School (DDCUS) recently unveiled a 12-foot tall sculpture of books that adorns the main entrance of the school to further emphasize its commitment to art, literature, and global education. “Art helps us connect and unifies communities,” said Jeannette Acevedo-Isenberg, Head of Schools of Downtown Doral Charter Schools. “This sculpture serves as reminder to all those who interact with the Downtown Doral...Read More
Kendall Regional shows
its love for babies and kids
Kendall Regional Medical Center (KRMC) celebrated Valentine’s Day and National Heart month in February by having the babies, children, and staff shows their support by wearing red and sharing their big hearts... 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.
Society is waking up to problems that can occur due to frequent technology use in children like sleep disturbance, insomnia, slower development in social and life skills, less outdoor exposure, anxiety/self-confidence issues, and susceptibility to brainwashing, online bullying, or online predators. With a list like that, it’s hard to remember why we ever wanted children to join us in...Read More
Miami Christian teen retreat
and Lady Victors top news stories
Thirty-five MCS students and family members traveled to Plumtree, N.C., to the Teen Valley Christian Retreat Center (TVR) for a three-day spiritual retreat in the mountains. Students enjoyed a day at Sugar Mountain Ski Resort where many who have never seen snow before this trip actually learned to ski. MCS students have been doing retreats at TVR for 12 years and routinely speak about how meaningful these retreats have been for strengthening their faith... 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.