Stories with 'Deportation' tag

50,000 Haitians will get to stay in the U.S. – but for only six more months

More than 50,000 Haitians are in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status, an immigration designation that lets them work and live in the U.S. until Haiti is deemed safe to return.

/ May 23, 2017


Biscayne Green Last Hoorah

After an incredible time on Biscayne Boulevard, it’s time to say goodbye to Miami’s first promenade in Downtown with Biscayne Green’s Last Hoorah (for now)! Let’s take a look back on all the magical happenings that made this pop-up experience ground-breaking for our city with live music by the GRAMMY-nominated local powerhouses PALO! and an […]

/ January 3, 2017


What’s the future of Downtown?

How can we create an awesome future for downtown Miami?

/ January 19, 2017


Biscayne Green took over Downtown, what do you think?

The Miami Downtown Development Authority wants to know what you would like to see for the future of Downtown.

/ January 24, 2017


So what’s the point of pop-up parks like Biscayne Green?

A whole lot of people are spending all this money and time getting people excited for a park — only to take it away a few weeks later. Why bother?

/ January 11, 2017


Avoid FOMO this January at the Biscayne Green

A guide to all the brunches, live concerts and happy hours happening on Downtown’s premier pop-up park this month.

/ January 3, 2017