🌱 Miami-Dade Tech Trade Mission to Spain + Flight Cancellations Soar

Hello Miami! It’s me, Carlos Hernandez, your host of the Daily. Let’s start this Tuesday on the right foot, with a quick guide to the most important things happening in town.

First, today’s weather forecast:

Rather cloudy, thunderstorm. High: 83 Low: 76.

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Here are today’s top stories from Miami:

1. A company managed by the The Boymelgreen family in New York secured a $35.5 million construction loan for 42 Condo pine in Miami Beach. The developer launched sales on 42 Pine about a month ago and prices range from $700,000 to $4 million. (Subscription: South Florida Business Journal)

2. Over Memorial Day weekend, dozens of flights have been canceled across the country due to bad weather including South Florida. As of Monday morning, a total of 21 flights were canceled at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and a total of 70 flights were canceled at Miami International Airport. (WSVN)

3. Miami Gardens Police are investigation into a shooting that left two injured early Monday morning. The incident happened along NW 179 Street near 28 Court shortly before 2 a.m. (CBS Miami)

4. A spike in coronavirus cases on Thursday prompted the CDC to issue an indoor mask recommendation for Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, and Broward counties in South Florida. A total of 9 Florida counties are now on the list. Although the Florida Department of Health has not responded, the sites are considering changing their guidelines in response to the CDC’s changes. (Florida Patch)

5. The Miami-Dade Beacon Council launched his first trade mission to Spain since 2019 further position the region as a global business destination. The delegation spent May 22-27 in Madrid and Vigo, Spain. The mission focused on technology companies and start-ups, a growing sector in South Florida. (Miami today)

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Today in Miami:

  • Miami City Commission Meeting At the mayor. (09:00)
  • Chamber discussion with Mayor Dan Gelber at the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. (09H00)
  • BIPOC/Latinx South Floridians Photography Fellowship Launched at the HistoryMiami Museum. (09H00)
  • Key Biscayne Historical & Heritage Society pop-up museum at Key Biscayne City Hall. (10:00 AM)
  • 75 Min Yin Yoga And Sound Bath at Yoga Six. (7:30 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • The Miami Heat fell to the Boston Celtics during game 7 Sunday night in the fight for the NBA Finals. The Celtics will face the Golden State Warriors. (CBS Sports)
  • The 152-seat Vinya table has opened in Coral Gables. It offers an American menu with an extensive wine program available by the glass. (Miami Eater)
  • The detectives are in search of a missing woman in Pompano Beach who was last seen over a week ago, Irene Lanning Xeniti, 52. She was last seen in the 2200 block of Northeast 66th Street in Fort Lauderdale. (NBC Miami)
  • Ocean Drive has a new list of best rooftop bars in Miami. The list includes Rosa Sky Rooftop, ADDiKT, The Roof at Esmé Hotel, and more. (Ocean Drive)

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You are officially informed for today! See you soon.

Carlos Hernandez

About me: Hello, my name is Carlos Hernandez and I am a food writer with over 10 years of experience in the industry. I write the food blog Carlos Eats (http://www.carloseats.com) and also contribute to several newspapers and magazines with food-related blogs and articles.

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