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Coral Gables launches events to draw back visitors and new business prospects after delayed construction project

A series of pop-up galleries and events in the Miracle Mile area of Coral Gables, designed to bring back shoppers who avoided the area during a lengthy construction project is having little to no impact, say business owners. The Streetscape project — which blocked off roads and sidewalks along Miracle

Third annual “Women in Communication” FIU conference features leadership and career advice

For the third consecutive year, women seeking careers in communication at Florida International University learned from industry leaders across a variety of fields, including journalism, advertising and public relations during a daylong event at the school's Biscayne Bay Campus. The third annual "Women in Communication: Moving Ahead" conference, hosted by FIU's Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication, began

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