Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Tag: coronavirus

Live music is back. Three musicians talk about the changes.

The Miami music scene has not been exempt from the effects of the COVID-19 quarantine. Concerts have been canceled, venues have been closed and...

Officials: Half of Miami-Dade’s homeless are vaccinated

A program to vaccinate Miami-Dade County residents living both in shelters and on the streets is working, officials say.  The Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust, along...

South Florida live entertainment makes a return to normalcy

Local live entertainment venues and theaters are resuming indoor performances, and according to owners, managers and artistic directors, the transition is going smoothly.  Joel Murray,...

College students discuss new graduation procedures post COVID-19

Miami Dade College and Florida International University students are expressing both relief and disappointment about their academic institutions’ procedures for graduation post COVID-19. A graduation...

A difficult yet resilient school year for teachers

Lisa Santamarina, 51, is a third-grade teacher at Fairlawn Elementary School in Flagami. After working in the profession for almost 30 years, she says...

New York slowly returns to normalcy as numbers decline (includes video...

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio recently announced that the Big Apple has seen its lowest level of COVID positivity since the start...

People without homes in Wynwood discuss struggles during pandemic

With his belongings in two suitcases and a tent for a home, Erik Jones spends the majority of his days wandering around NW. First...

Europe is opening for travel, but cruises in Florida may be...

Some European nations are opening to vaccinated plane travelers and cruise ship customers. Passengers willing to go to Europe will have to carry a green...

OM & Vine offers a bit of namaste with your cabernet

A wine and yoga studio that recently opened in West Dade provides customers with a rare combination.  The owners of OM & Vine, Romy Moreno...

Churches choose to keep streaming virtually in addition to in-person services...

Churches have started to welcome back their guests in person while following CDC recommendations, but many places of worship have also decided to offer...