In a Sunday briefing, Gov. 3/13/2020. The next edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach will take place from 2-5 December 2021. The state Department of Education extended spring break for an additional week for all districts, and all colleges and universities were instructed to prepare to deliver remote instruction. "Continuing to allow these large group gatherings on the beach is a public health hazard," Miami Beach Commissioner Mark Samuelian said in a statement. ▪ Miami Heat games scheduled for AmericanAirlines Arena are on hold in accordance with the NBA decision to halt the season. The second instalment was live from 19-26 June. The state's tally includes two officers with the Transportation Security Administration, one who worked at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and another who worked at the Orlando International Airport. Please stay tuned for more details. Sign up and keep up to date on the latest news and information on coronavirus symptoms, the risks, and the effects on Florida and beyond. Headliners include The Strokes, Robyn, Wu-Tang Clan. Tropical Depression Eta still on track to approach Cuba, South Florida as a tropical storm, Election results: $15 minimum wage passes, and how other state amendments fared, What’s voter turnout like on Election Day so far in South Florida? Art Basel in Miami Beach was scheduled to take place from 3-6 December 2020. ▪ Jorge Drexler has postponed his performance on March 13 at the Adrienne Arsht Center; the new date is Aug. 14 and tickets from the original date will be honored. The Online Viewing Rooms were first launched in March 2020 as an additional platform for exhibitors to showcase artworks intended for the cancelled Art Basel Hong Kong 2020. But the physical editions of all three events have now been cancelled due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19. ▪ City of Hialeah has canceled all events scheduled for the month of March. Please don’t make her eat a mango. ▪Juggernaut Theatre Company is postponing all shows of “Miami Motel Stories” starting March 14; performances will be rescheduled. ▪Shake-A-Leg has canceled all programming through March 29. Miami Herald staff writers Aaron Leibowitz, Michelle Marchante, C. Isaiah Smalls II, and Joey Flechas contributed to this report. ▪ ArtScape concert with the Miami Hot Brass band presented by Global Arts Project scheduled for March 29 in Collins Park is canceled. If you purchased passes, you can get a full refund or a special voucher to the next possible RetroPop convention. ▪ Coral Springs Center for the Arts in Broward County postpones all shows through March 21. ▪ All Broward County Libraries have canceled library events except early voting and voting until further notice. Fort Lauderdale, another popular spring break destination, implemented additional measures it will keep in place until April 12, including banning gatherings of 250 people or more, shutting down bars and restaurants from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily, limiting bars and restaurants to 50% occupancy, closing miles of beaches and shuttering recreational facilities. ▪ Calle Ocho Festival, which was scheduled for March 15 on Eighth Street in Little Havana. ▪ The Bass Museum has postponed the benefactor and member visit to The Bunker Artspace on March 13 and Breakfast at the Bass: Lara Favaretto on March 15. ▪ Senior programs at North Shore Park, Scott Rakow Youth Center and Flamingo Park have all be canceled, according to the city of Miami Beach. ▪ The 22nd Annual ArtFest in the Pines, held March 14-15, the 3rd Annual Art Competition Award Ceremony and the ArtFest Artist Dinner have all been canceled. As 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Art Basel, the organiser had planned an ambitious contemporary art project with individual facets unfolding at all three fairs in Hong Kong, Basel and Miami Beach. Art Basel Cancels 2020 Edition in Miami Beach, Citing COVID-19 Jose D. Duran | September 2, 2020 | 1:34pm Art Basel Miami Beach won't take place in 2020, owing to the coronavirus pandemic. ▪The Miami Herald is postponing the Broward County Spelling Bee scheduled for March 17. New performances have been added from Rüfüs Du Sol, Artbat, Chromatics and Peaches. More than expected, Judge orders Election Day sweep for missing mail ballots, including in South Florida, Trump limited deficit in Miami-Dade County, dealing Biden a big blow in Florida, ‘I’m coming home!’: This new morning anchor at WSVN is a familiar face for Miami, ‘A Miami witch’: Check out Camila Cabello’s most awesome Halloween costume. Yes, that goes for the masses who flocked to beaches amid spring break. ▪ Cloud Summit technology summit, scheduled for May 12-14 in Miami Beach, has been temporarily suspended and will be rescheduled for “ early 2021.”. ▪The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach is closed until March 31. Miami Dade College has also closed the Tower Theater Miami until further notice. Updated 1940 GMT (0340 HKT) March 16, 2020. Art Basel Miami Beach 2019 recorded an overall attendance of 81,000 and brought together 269 galleries. ▪ The River Cities Festival, an annual event in Miami Springs featuring music, food and art, has been canceled. ▪ The Bass Museum in Miami Beach has canceled the following programs: Bass Babies on March 13; Art for Kids and Teen Art class on March 14; Bass Babies on March 18 and 20; spring art camps, March 23-27. ▪Area Stage Company has postponed its production of “Oliver!”. ▪ HistoryMiami museum in downtown Miami is closed. "I want to be clear that this is not an overreaction, but a way for us to help stop further cases of Covid-19 in our community," Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis said. The events were scheduled for Friday and March 19, respectively. Several satellite fairs set to run concurrently with Art Basel Miami Beach, including Art Miami, NADA Miami, Aqua Art Miami, and CONTEXT Art Miami, have also been cancelled. On Sunday evening alone, Florida saw its number of cases jump to 149, an uptick of almost 30%. ▪Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is closing until March 29. ▪The Annual Greater Fort Lauderdale Food & Wine Festival has been rescheduled to Aug. 5-9. MiamiBash 2020 on Oct 3, 2020 in Miami, FL at American Airlines Arena. ▪ Hollywood canceled its St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival ”out of an abundance of caution due to #COVID—19,” the city tweeted Tuesday afternoon. Meanwhile, Hillsborough, Manatee, Palm Beach, Pinellas and Sarasota counties reported hundreds of poll workers were quitting over coronavirus concerns. ▪Miami New Drama is postponing its production of “A Wonderful World” at the Colony Theatre in Miami Beach starting March 14. Was it too fancy for him? ▪ The Miami Open tennis tournament scheduled for March 23-April 5 at Hard Rock Stadium is canceled. CNN's Artemis Moshtaghian, Dianne Gallagher, Pamela Kirkland and Greg Wallace contributed to this report. ▪Miami Symphony Orchestra is postponing all concerts from March 13-15. Ex Miami Heat star Chris Bosh is a music producer now. During the exhibition, American artist David Datuna ate the banana as an act of art performance dubbed ‘Hungry Artist’. By early Saturday evening, Miami Beach police began deterring large groups from Lummus Park and clearing the most popular stretches of South Beach, which because of school closings and extended spring breaks had seen more visitors soaking up rays and splashing about in the Atlantic, the city said. Miami-Dade County is limiting events to 250 people, but Mayor Carlos Gimenez said he would consider lowering the number to 50. ... while the City of Miami Beach nixed all planned pool parties. Noah Horowitz, Director Americas, Art Basel said: ‘It is with great regret and disappointment that we announce the cancellation of our December show in Miami Beach, as we know how crucial our show is for our galleries, as well as for the greater Miami arts community and economy. Connect to local news for just $4.99 a month for 12 months. Many coronavirus patients may have only gastrointestinal symptoms, study says, Pregnant women with COVID-19 have 70% higher risk of death, CDC report says, Relief. ▪The Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami is closed indefinitely. The artwork and the performance garnered major media attention. Email email@example.com or visit the retropopcon website. These are events that have been canceled or postponed in South Florida due to the coronavirus and the illness it causes, COVID-19. ▪The Marguiles Collection in Wynwood is closed. Connie Ogle loves wine, books and the Miami Heat. DeSantis previously barred visitors from nursing homes and assisted living facilities for 30 days, suspended various state licensing requirements and ordered additional testing kits, and the Department of Corrections suspended visitation until at least next month. ▪ Miami Children’s Museum has temporarily closed. ▪ The Greater Miami Symphonic Band’s “Spring Spectacular Concert” scheduled for March 17 has been canceled and tentatively rescheduled June 9. Tickets for March 12-13 will still be honored. It was originally scheduled for March 21-22. The libraries will remain open. ▪ Jungle Island will close starting March 16. The parade was scheduled for March 15. Miami Beach police officers patrol on Ocean Drive on Sunday. We thank everyone who shared their perspectives and insights with us over the past months and weeks and look forward to returning to Miami Beach next year to deliver a successful show.’. A festival organizer, Tom Curtis, said Monday that the event would be canceled, and the Miami Springs City Council voted unanimously to support the move. ▪ Ultra Music Festival, which was set for March 20-22 at Bayfront Park, will return in 2021. Lil Wayne and his girlfriend appear to have split. Miami Beach's spring break 'canceled' as Florida sprints to get in front of coronavirus pandemic By Eliott C. McLaughlin , CNN Updated 1940 GMT (0340 HKT) March 16, 2020 ▪All Books & Books stores in the Miami area are closed for two weeks; you can order online at booksandbooks.com. ▪ Florida Renaissance Festival, which takes place at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach, has canceled its final two weekends. ▪ The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood is postponing all shows at Hard Rock Live, DAER nightclub and the Comedy Club until April 14.