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Woody's Tavern: barbecue and rock in Miami Springs
Its full name is Woody's West End Tavern, but in Miami Springs they prefer to call it Woody's, an attractive restaurant where the residents of this city go on weekends to enjoy the specialties of the house, or just a few chicken wings, or a succulent burger, while listening to a band that usually plays rock and roll.
Album ID: 1951724
Retirement homes serving upscale meals
Chef Christophe Pellier greets diners as he works the room in his chef’s coat. “Hello… hello…hello.” Soup of the day is lobster bisque, the salad mixed greens with artichoke hearts, Kalamata olives and roasted red peppers. Entrees include osso buco, chicken Milanese and pan-seared scallops, with roasted rosemary potatoes and ratatouille. Welcome to dinner at The Palace at Coral Gables, a luxury retirement community whose administration believes that aging should never mean an end to enjoying the finer things in life.
Album ID: 1947563
.CO set out to change the .com mindset
For the millions of people who equate the Web with .com, .CO Internet set out to change that mindset. The Miami startup that manages and markets .co wants "to change the fabric of the Internet."
Album ID: 1940501
McArthur Dairy is an iconic name in the market
By consistently focusing on its core products the 86-year-old McArthur Dairy thrives and holds on to a big share of the market.
Album ID: 1915799
Audio Traffic Miami-Dade fights gridlock
Audio Traffic Miami-Dade, a new spoken app, provides continuously updated traffic reports and suggests alternative routes.
Album ID: 1910785
Veteran Port director Bill Johnson takes on state duties
Gov. Rick Scott tapped Miami-Dade's longtime port chief to run Florida's economic-development arm in January, 2015, making the prominent local administrator the state's top corporate recruiter. Bill Johnson became CEO of Enterprise Florida, a post that also comes with the title of commerce secretary. Johnson had become Miami-Dade County's water-and-sewer chief after serving as director of the Port of Miami since 2006.
Album ID: 1908151
Floridians Fleeced: Thousands saw their investments wiped out
Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme victimized 562 investors from Miami-Dade and Broward counties in Florida.
Album ID: 1900871
Tony Argiz, Miami business and civic leader
Anyone involved with Miami's civic and charitable organizations has met Antonio L. "Tony" Argiz frequently. Few can match his involvement as a past chairman of United Way, past chairman of the Orange Bowl Committee, past chairman of the Miami Dade College Foundation, past chairman of Florida International University's Council of 100, to name but a few of his volunteer posts.
Album ID: 1887433
Laurie Ann Goldman: Cool people take risks
Laurie Ann Goldman, former CEO of Spanx, shared career advice with women executives at the Commonwealth Institute luncheon in October, 2014.
Album ID: 1871342
Landmark Merrill-Stevens shipyard charts a new course in Miami
John Spencer still remembers that day just before Christmas in 2009, in the depths of the economic downturn, when Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock Co. suspended operations. He raided his retirement nest egg and leased the facility from the owner, reopening for business six weeks later. Fast forward to November 2013: Turkish billionaire industrialist and philanthropist Rahmi M. Koç acquired the boatyard in cooperation with Spencer, who became the CEO and a minority partner at the business, reflagged RMK Merrill-Stevens.