The coronavirus pandemic continues to spread throughout Florida, bringing life to a standstill and threatening to overwhelm hospitals and emergency rooms across the state. Terms like “self-isolation” and “social distancing” have become part of our shared vocabulary... Read More
Olde World Stone & Tile
Make professional quality concrete stone veneer, brick, tile, pavers, stepping stones and more with the molds in our eStore. Complete free instructions and support provided. Do a home project, or start a small business making your own custom stone for pennies each... Click here to find out more!
Miami-Dade was already ground zero for serious mental illness. As a social worker, elected official, and person who has dedicated my life to community well-being, I was already focused on our emotional health. Now comes the worst pandemic any of us have ever experienced, the Coronavirus, with social isolation as the best prevention strategy... Read More
This Too Shall Pass
Without a doubt, this has been the strangest, most difficult week in the 60 plus years that my brother Michael and I have been alive. We’re sure you feel the same. After Hurricane Andrew, which caused billions of dollars in damage to South Miami-Dade and our economy, we thought we’d seen the worst Mother Nature could throw at us.
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How to SHUT DOWN
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You Can Get Health Insurance if You Are Worried About COVID-19 or Been Laid-off
If you had health coverage while employed, your past employer is required to offer you the opportunity to purchase the same plan you had while an employee. The right to do that is guaranteed under a law or act called COBRA. This is good option if you want to maintain the same coverage, providers, etc. The challenge for some is the cost. When employed your employer often paid 50% of the cost of your coverage. Under COBRA, you will need to pay the entire amount. This cost can be, if not prohibitive, very expensive... Read More
Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Questions and Answers
As part of sweeping legislation—the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)—signed into law by President Trump on March 18, 2020, two laws were enacted that provide workers with paid leave for reasons related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic... 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
Upscale Furniture Consignment Gallery
At Upscale Furniture Consignment Gallery you’ll find everything you need in home furnishings plus unusual pieces to personalize your home. Finely crafted furniture and one-of-a-kind accessories, all now available at prices you can afford...
For the last 25 years, the experts at Miami Mold Specialists have provided over 200,000 consultations and mold remediation services for homes, businesses, marine vessels, and facilities across the East Coast of the United States. With evolving environmental conditions constantly sporing up new diseases, this team of specialists have been driven to develop a growing bank of innovative tools, products, and systems to tackle the hidden killers in our surroundings and restore environmental sustainability... 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!
MDX TRAFFIC ADVISORY Sunday, March 29 through Sunday, April 5, 2020
SR 836/Dolphin Expressway Ramp Closures The entrance ramps to westbound SR 836 from northbound and southbound NW 27th Avenue will be closed for roadway restoration on Sunday, March 29, Monday, March 30 and Thursday, April 2 from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night and Friday, April 3 from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. Drivers should follow posted detour signs. Detours... Read More
CNews Columnist Bryan Hernandez:
Democracy Cannot Be Cancelled Because Of The Coronavirus
Democracy is precious and we cannot let the coronavirus stop us from participating in it. We must adjust how we engage in democracy to keep everyone healthy. To stop participating completely during such a critically important election year would be a disastrous mistake... Read More
Yvonne Turner Johnson, M.D. Elected Orange Bowl 2nd Vice Chair
Yvonne Turner Johnson, M.D. was elected as second vice chair of the Orange Bowl Committee (OBC) at the organization’s annual elections in February. Dr. Johnson is the Chief Medical Officer of South Miami Hospital... Read More
Aaron Guerrero begins 2020 with the release of his second book within a year
Aaron Guerrero continues to keep going. The second publication revolves around the idea of self-publishing and helping others create their own path and journey on the route of writing and publishing their very own book... Read More