Less than a week after the departure of CEO Jerry Power and a day after mass layoffs were announced, the crumbling Plum TV luxury media empire now faces another loss. President Robert Gregory is leaving to take the same position at Newsweek Daily Beast Co. Of course, considering the state he left ... More >>
It may not be as dramatic as last July's personnel change, but the Miami Heat have a new CEO and they didn't have to look far. Nick Arison will take over the position from his father, team owner Micky Arison.
Genaro "Chip" Iglesias is back at County Hall. Carlos Gimenez is turning to a trusted face to help him run Miami-Dade County government. Banana Republican has confirmed Gimenez is bringing back Genaro "Chip" Iglesias, whom we predicted last week would be part of the new mayor's team. Iglesias wil ... More >>
Remember Leonard Abess, the former banker who sold his company and gave $60 million to his own employees? Well, he's just been named the new chairman of the board of trustees at the University of Miami.
via South Bay ClubJerrry Babij, a fit-looking 65-year-old clad head-to-toe in black leather, wants you to know he can still tussle. "I'm a tough guy," he says, bunching up his weathered fists. "John Gotti blew up my restaurant one time, and I didn't back down from him."Babij, once a rough-and-tum ... More >>
The management team searching for a new executive chef for Oceanaire Seafood Room in Miami evidently didn't have to travel very far. They announced yesterday that Kareem Anguin has been promoted to serve as the replacement for recently departed Sean Bernal. Anguin, from Jamaica, is a graduate of ... More >>
An estimated 800,000 people in South Florida are going hungry, and food pantries are struggling to meet the demand. [SunSentinel]Upcoming Miami Conference on the Caribbean features Crowley Maritime Corp, a company that ships food from Ft. Lauderdale to Cuba. [SunSentinel]Venezuelan billionaire who p ... More >>
In legendary outlaw haven North Bay Village, a prominent physician's reputation is on the line.
Is Norman Edelcup's spat with Thee Dollhouse about community values or cronyism?
Dashing doggy is more than just a pretty face
In a contentious case of townhouse tumult, resourceful residents kick management maniacs to the curb
Miami's chapter of the Audubon Society loses a leader and gains critics
Funding cuts, allegations of fraud, and a marriage gone sour: La Liga Contra SIDA falls on hard times
The fight to end homelessness has moved to the boardrooms -- and Donna MacDonald, brash and outspoken, is having trouble finding a way in
Under the direction of rocker Bill Orcutt, the Alliance for Media Arts keeps the faith for Miami's cinema aficionados
When Hugh Westbrook pioneered hospice care, his organization saw to the needs of the dying. Fifteen years later nothing has changed -- except the politics and the profit margins.