But there is not a word about the conference in today's Sun Sentinel or the Miami Herald (at least, the online editions).
Along this line, it hasn't escaped attention that high priced real estate in South Florida is in the midst of a mini-boom. The most recent edition of CondoVultures claims, "174th New Condo Tower Proposed For South Florida Coast Since Crash of 2007". "As the South Florida housing market increasingly rebounds from the real estate crash of 2007, a local developer is proposing a new eight-story condo project in the barrier island market of Bal Harbour / Surfside / Bay Harbor Islands in Northeast Miami-Dade County…"
At the same time, land aggregators, speculators, and home builders are restlessly pushing at the Urban Development Boundary to open new land for tract housing and sprawl.
If there ever was a question of newspapers' business model -- "managing public expectations" -- this would be it. Get ready for more.
Art Basel is on the horizon, with the grand opening of the Jorge Perez Monument To Genting Casinos. (Another story that won't be featured in the Herald.)