Stories with '100 resilient cities' tag


Miami Dade College (MDC) celebrates I AM MDC DAY (, an annual day of giving and pride honoring the College’s rich history and unparalleled impact on the community, Wednesday, Sept. 6. The 24-hour celebration will highlight the achievements of MDC alumni, students, staff, and faculty; inspire pride; and increase awareness of the College’s profound educational, […]

/ August 10, 2017

ROK:BRGR in Hallandale Beach Celebrates First Friday with the Ultimate Happy Hour Friday, August 4th

Kick off the beginning of August with the ultimate happy hour during First Friday at ROK:BRGR in Hallandale Beach located in Gulfstream Park.  Guests will enjoy live music, complimentary drinks, snacks, giveaways and more. Enjoy the hottest summer jams and happy hour specials while sampling cocktails from liquor and beer vendors. Happy hour is extended […]

/ July 18, 2017

These are the companies who will get rich helping Miami adapt to rising seas

The seas are rising. It will be costly to adapt, but there are a few lucky businesses that stand to make a lot of cash in building our resiliency.

/ July 9, 2017

What we learned from the 305’s chief resilience officers

Miami is living with rising seas every day – and there’s no one facing the reality of our watery future more than the chief resilience officers for Miami-Dade County, Miami Beach, and City of Miami. We got them together at the new Philip and Patricia Frost Science Museum for some real talk on their work […]

/ June 20, 2017

These guys brought a new park to Downtown in about a month

Brad Knoefler is owner of nearby bar 1306, and the empty lot at N. Miami Ave. and N.W. 13th Street was really bugging him.

/ February 13, 2017