A freshman at Gulliver Schools, Cassandra Kraft has qualified for the 2020 Canadian Olympic Trials set to take place in Toronto Canada on March 30th through April 5th. Born and raised in Pinecrest, Cassandra learned how to swim at a very young age in the Gulliver Swim School infant program and has been swimming ever since...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.
Can you imagine having to beg to able to do your job?
If you can’t imagine, ask teachers what it’s like. How much can we pile on our teachers until they break? How many more seminars can we ask them to attend? How many more processes can we ask them to learn? How much teaching for tests can we request?
If actions do speak louder than words, then we clearly have nothing to say to the teachers we demand so much from, yet give so little to. We want teachers to set our kids up for success, yet we don’t to the same for teachers. I mean seriously, even from a self-serving POV we still come up short...Read More
The Art of the Pop-Up Shop
Sometimes it pays to not be permanent.
People love novelty. The food truck craze of the mid-2010s was built almost entirely on the novelty of, “Where will it be next?” Street tacos somehow taste better when a mid-morning tweet tells you they’ll be two blocks from your office at lunchtime... 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.
“When I first heard about BODY20 and how it took just 20 minutes for the best exercise of your life, it sounded too good to be true,” says Michael Crowley, who along with his parents Kerri and Frank, brother Christopher and, sister Brittany own and run the new BODY20 studio in Pinecrest. “As someone who has been going to the gym five times a week every week for the past 15 years, I was not easily convinced. Yet, as soon as my first workout was over, I knew BODY20 was a game changer and I was ready to invest in the company... Read More
Scenes from the recent Pinecrest Tribune luncheon at Anacapri
University of Miami head baseball coach Gino DiMare (center) is pictured with his father Paul DiMare (left) and Mike Carricarte at a recent Pinecrest Tribune Luncheon at Anacapi Restaurant
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.