Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Tag: Homeless

From wholesale to wholesome: Wynwood’s development boom

The western edge of Wynwood, specifically Northwest Fifth Avenue, is changing as wholesale stores are being replaced by new mixed-use developments. The Wynwood Business Improvement...

Little Haiti and Liberty City residents raise concerns about gentrification

Residents of Little Haiti and Liberty City are concerned about the fast-moving changes in their neighborhoods, saying they’re fighting to keep their cultures alive.  Berwin...

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...

Experts say making Miami the “Next Silicon Valley” could affect affordability

In early December 2020, Delian Asparouhov, a principal at venture capital company Founders Fund, tweeted: “Ok guys hear me out, what if we move...

A homeless man helps others on their way to recovery

Sitting on a black crate, David Bass, who goes by “Homeless Dave,” plays percussion on drums made from upside-down plastic helmet hats, empty cans...

Wealthy Key Biscayne looking to create homelessness task force

Spurred by an alleged sighting of a man bathing naked outside St. Agnes Catholic Church and a report of a longtime resident living on...

Church in Manhattan prepares a hot meal for 450 homeless people...

Homeless and poor people rarely get the chance to enjoy a hot meal cooked by a chef, let alone sit with their friends while...