Butterball, una marca conocida por sus productos de pavo, retiró un número limitado de productos de pavo molido por posible riesgo de Salmonela. Los productos habían sido producidos el 26 de julio de 2018, según el comunicado oficial del Servicio de Inspección y Seguridad Alimentaria del Departamento de Agricultura
In honor of Women’s History Month, Venture Café Miami hosted a panel discussion Thursday on improving gender equality, one of 17 goals put out by the United Nations. The panel, organized by the Miami chapter of the United Nations Association, included Vicki Lopez of VLL Consulting, Alexandra Figueredo, a
The iconic Wynwood neighborhood – once a place to avoid – is now seeing a second wave of gentrification, with some of its original pioneers leaving either because of increasing costs or to cash out on the increasingly valuable land. In September numerous news outlets published that two of
An economic expert spoke Tuesday in North Miami about diversity, transportation and the importance of having a creative business base. Richard Florida, who gave his talk inside the Roz and Cal Kovens Conference Center at Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay Campus, also spoke about demographic trends of major U.S.
Earlier this year, Coral Gables announced the prohibition of single-use plastic straws and stirrers in city facilities, parks and events on city property. Matt Anderson, the senior sustainability analyst for the city, said they wanted to lead by example and encourage residents and the business community.
Though happy to be receiving their paychecks again, a number of federal employees in South Florida are bracing for a repeat if the government shuts down again Feb. 15. The partial closure, the longest in U.S. history, began at midnight on Dec. 22 and continued until Jan. 25. The