Throughout most of 2019, the most frequent question I heard from clients and colleagues was, “How long can this market continue to rise?” To which the answer was always, “Who knows?” What everyone knew was that markets don’t go up forever, but they also don’t go down forever. Now I get questions such as, “Do we buy now?” or Have we hit bottom... Read More
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Dr. Judi Woolger
Michael Miller interviews Judi Woolger MD, Internal Science at the Agatston Center. They discuss tips on staying healthy amidst the coronavirus, such as washing your hands for 20 seconds and not touching your face.
Combination of stem cells is a ‘real game changer’ for older adults seeking faster pain relief
At a recent gathering of fellow doctors and scientists involved in stem cell research and clinical application, Dr. Ramon Castellanos shared what he sees as a “real game changer” for older adults seeking faster and longer-lasting pain relief. During his recent keynote address at the 4th International Stem Cell Congress & Expo in Paris, he presented on the use of particulate grow factors from stem cell derived from placenta and umbilical cord in knee osteoarthritis... Read More
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. It’s through the cafe; I think we can help each other...
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800 Degrees Woodfired Kitchen is Ready
for Delivery and Pick-Up Orders
Our woodfired ovens are still bringing the heat! While we’re temporarily closed for dine-in services to help keep our community safe, our amazing chef and team are still here working hard to serve up delicious woodfired dishes available for both pick-up and delivery. Our kitchen is open daily from noon to 9 p.m. Guests can place their order by phone or directly through our website... Order Now
Coronavirus and the Workplace: Compliance Issues for Employers
As the number of reported cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to rise, employers are increasingly confronted with the possibility of an outbreak in the workplace. Employers are obligated to maintain a safe and healthy work environment for their employees, but are also subject to a number of legal requirements protecting workers... Read More
Redland Community Farm & Market providing curbside pickup for locals
There always needs to be a silver lining, a break in the clouds, a knight in shining armor when things get bad. The farmers of our South Florida agricultural community are proving to be just that. About a week ago when social distancing became a necessity, and farmers markets around town were ordered to shut down, an idea was formulated... Read More
Working remotely to keep you safe
We understand that in times like these, we need to take care of each other. If you or a loved one are in need of an attorney, we have the ability to take on new cases, working closely with you, but from a distance to keep you safe.
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 22 through Sunday, March 29, 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 22, Monday, March 23 and Thursday, March 26 from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night and Friday, March 27 from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. Drivers should follow posted detour signs. Detours:... Read More
CNews Columnist Bryan Hernandez:
As The Coronavirus Spreads...
Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava has proposed a policy that would require companies that have contracts with the county government to provide paid family leave and sick leave to their employees. This proposal should be approved because it will benefit workers and families that need support in these trying economic times... Read More
Firefighters/paramedics need your help to spread the message
Help us stop the spread of germs by helping us spread this message!In an effort to spread the message to our community, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue firefighters want to ask members of our community to practice social distancing and be safe by staying home... 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