Regatta Harbor + Rabies Alert + Hispanic Heritage Month Deals

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Hi Miami folks! Carlos Hernandez here with today’s issue of the Miami Daily.


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First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Possible light rain in the afternoon. High: 85 Low: 81.


Here are the best stories in Miami today:

1. Looking to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in South Florida? Many local restaurants have specials for the occasion including Caja Caliente, La Placita, Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar Fort Lauderdale, and more . (Miami New Times)

2. Wells fargo, the financial services company with nearly $ 1.9 trillion active, officially opened to Regatta port in Coconut tree. It is the second major tenant to open in the space and stands at 2,373 square feet. Regatta Harbor has planned completion in 2022 with over 100,000 square feet of entertainment, retail and dining. (Miami today)

3. Miami-Dade Countyis the most recent Homeless census shows the lowest homeless population in 25 years. More … than 6,100 were placed in hotels instead of shelters, as part of a COVID-19 pandemic change that has helped people get back on their feet through a quarantine program. The quarantine program will last at least until the end of 2022. (CBS Miami)

4. Sacha Krilov and Misha zelman, founders of a popular lobster and hamburger chain in London, are opening Klaw restaurant inside Miami Women’s Club at Edgewater in November. King crab will be the featured menu item, while guests can also enjoy steak, mscallops, oysters, shrimps, and more. (Miami Eater)

5. Florida Department of Health in Broward County issued a security alert for the City of Weston after a fox in the zone tested positive for rabies. Residents should ensure that vaccines are up to date for vaccinated animals and livestock at risk and ensure animals are kept on a leash. Children should be kept away from wild animals, such as raccoons, skunks and foxes. (WSVN)


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Today in Miami:

  • Joint meeting of the Cultural Advisory Council and the Arts Advisory Group. (9:00 a.m.)
  • Guy Harvey’s marine art exhibition from the underwater world. (9:30 AM)
  • Coral Gables / University of Miami Community Relations Committee Meeting. (5:00 p.m.)
  • Happy Hour Networking – Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce. (5:30 p.m.)
  • Baila Little Havana Con Marisol Blanco. (7:00 p.m.)

Miami Patch Notebook

  • Miami-Dade Parks: “We are looking for high school students for our Fit2Lead Paid After-School Internship Program! Interns will work in a structured, safe and park-based program, learn social and emotional skills through enrichment sessions and weekend workshops … ”(Facebook)
  • Miami-Dade Parks: “Thank you to all the volunteers and staff who joined us yesterday for the 36th International Coastal Cleanup! The oceans are one of the most precious resources for life on this planet and we must continue to protect it. … “(Facebook)
  • Miami Arts and Business Council: “What’s on your to-do list ?!” Art and more ART! The Miami Arts and Business Council is leading the movement to create a sustainable cultural ecosystem by advancing high-impact partnerships between business, entrepreneurs and the arts … ”(Facebook)
  • Miami-Dade Parks: “The Love-In Music Festival is just around the corner! Don’t miss our special BOGO advance tickets offer before the end of October 1. Buy one ticket for $ 15, get one free with promo code : LoveInEarlyBird. Buy your tickets here – m … “(Facebook)

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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 Carlos Eats culinary blog (http://www.carloseats.com) and also contributes to several newspapers and magazines with blogs and articles related to food.

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