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Miami ranked as Bon Appétit’s Food City Of The Year in 2023. Miami is attracting everyone from the world’s most talented chefs to the up-and-coming stars.


The health of the U.S. consumer is just fine, despite many economists worrying that spending might slow in 2024 and lead to a recession.


Ludlam Trail project, a conversion of about six miles of abandoned railway running parallel to Ludlam Road in West Miami-Dade into a lushly landscaped trail for people on foot and on bikes, is under way.


(Sun-Sentinel subscriber content) Besides fancy yachts and other vessels, luxury condo projects await visitors to Fort Lauderdale boat show


Brightline’s New Orlando Route Signals Florida’s Potential Transit Future


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