🌱 South Beach Wine & Food Festival + Upcoming NFT Restaurant

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Hey, neighbors! Carlos Hernandez here with the Wednesday issue of the Miami Daily.


First, today’s weather forecast:

Breezy with a shower or two. High: 76 Low: 73.


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Here are the top five stories in Miami today:

1. A woman who was the security who worked at the Studio 183 nightclub was killed and one the suspect was taken into custody after a filming outside a Miami Gardens nightclub late Sunday. The victim was identified as Charday Hannah. The suspect has been identified as Jorel Bowma, 33 years oldnotwho is should face a murder charge. (NBC Miami)

2. Technical problems which led to a the domestic ground stop for Spirit Airlines flights has been resolvedairline officials said, but not without creating headaches for travelers at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in South Florida. Several travelers found themselves stranded during the breakdown. The computer problems came a week after the low-cost airline announced a merger with Frontier Airlines. (WSVN)

3. In January 2022, while The omicron variant tore Miami apartthe county became a closed prison in a COVID wardSending in progress at least 70 people in the establishment for trying to isolate contagious inmates. The facility has already been shot down for use due to the Fthe facility’s failure to “meet minimum constitutional standards for the incarceration of inmates”. (CBS Miami)

4. Piyarat Potha Arreeratnknown to most as Chief BeeEast the opening of an NFT restaurant called Piya. A location for Piya has not been confirmedbut partner Canadian businessman Simon Librati says the restaurant will offer three different concepts in one. (Miami New Times)

5. Food Network and Kitchen Chain South Beach Wine and Food Festival (SOBEWFF) launches sound 21st year to Thursday, February 24, 2022. Guests of the four-day food and wine event can still expect all of the safety protocols enacted last year, including a vscontactless ticketing system, temperature checks, COVID-19 sniffer dogs, capacity restrictions, cleaning, disinfection, limitation of physical contact, masking requirements and one-way traffic inside events. (Miami Eater)


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Today in Miami:

  • Grown Folks Films: Black History Month Film at the Little River branch. (12:00)
  • let’s be crafty at the Miami Beach Regional Library (4:00 p.m.)
  • Video Game Wednesdays at the West Flagler branch. (4:30 p.m.)
  • Vizcaya Virtual Town Hall | ZOOM at the Museum and Gardens of Vizcaya. (6:00 p.m.)
  • Conversations at MOCA: Strange Victory at Museum of Modern Art. (7:00 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Superintendent Jose L. Dotres spent its first day interact with students and connect with employees while he was visiting MA Milam K-8 Centerwhere it isstarted his career as an administrator. (Facebook)
  • Anquan Brown graduated from Miami Northwestern Senior High School Class of 2004 and an inductee of the Project 5,000 models of excellence. Brown is now the Chief of Pharmacy Services for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to the second largest healthcare system in the North Texas region. (Facebook)
  • Last week, Tomasz Grodzki, President of the Polish Senate discussed commercial partnerships between Poland and the United States during his visit to Miami. Miami participants included Roberto Munoz, Rick Beasley, Alfred Sanchez, Hernando Gomez, Alejandra Collarte and Liane Ventura of the Greater Miami Chamber. In the near future, Poland will be aattempt to open a trade office in Miami. (Facebook)
  • To rejoin Miami Arts and Business Council for Breakfast with arts and hospitality. A celebration of the the resurgence of the arts and the rebound of cultural tourism to Thursday, March 24 at 8 a.m. at the Intercontinental Miami. (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 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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