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The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce recently made its annual trip to Washington D.C. to meet with legislators and advocate for the most pressing issues affecting the South Florida business community. The delegation accomplished several successful outcomes during the trip. Chamber...

Rowan Douglas feels an emotional draw to statistical risk modeling of natural disasters. "Two hundred years ago, we created the romantic period of English literature, where man became connected to nature," the executive said. "We are now connecting to nature again,...

Baby Steps: learn more about The Miami Foundation's work to address the problems our community faces and their quest to build a strong and resilient Miami one block at a time. On Monday, The Takeaway looked at how engineers have adapted Miami's infrastructure...

Did you know that the Underline will be transformed into a 10-mile neighborhood park, urban trail and living art destination to create a safer, healthier, more connected, mobile, and engaged community? Check out this awesome project! The Underline will connect communities; improve...

The few remaining affordable rental units that working poor and seniors on fixed income can afford, are disappearing from Miami's house market. Buildings like this one--small multi-unit apartment buildings that charge well below market rate for rent-- are quickly disappearing from rapidly...

They transform empty parking spaces into GREEN and beautiful gardens. These gardens feed our local communities! Health in the Hood is a 501(c)3 but more importantly, we are a part of the communities we work in. We implement and maintain community gardens...