GreenStreet Merges Wellness and Work with June 10 Opening of Life Time in Downtown Houston | State

HOUSTON, June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — At a time when consumers are reshaping how they live, work and play with a renewed focus on health, Life Time, the nation’s premier healthy lifestyle brand, today opened its newest luxury athletic club and premium coworking space at GreenStreet.

For the first time, Downtown Houston will have healthy living, entertainment and experiences, combined with a high-end coworking space intentionally designed to promote a healthy and fulfilling work life as part of Lionstone Investments and Midway’s mixed-use GreenStreet complex encompassing four city blocks.

“Life Time GreenStreet will be an urban country club for Downtown Houston, meeting the changing needs of consumers and their live, work and play lifestyle,” said Bahram Akradi, Life Time Founder, Chairman and CEO. “The Midway team has done a phenomenal job of reimagining what urban living can be with culture, creativity and innovation at GreenStreet. Coupled with

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Healthy Living lecture series begins June 1 | Latitude 65

The University of Alaska Fairbanks will host the Healthy Living lecture series starting on June 1, offering presentations by a variety of specialists and experts on medical issues.

The free 11-lecture series is presented by UAF Summer Sessions and Lifelong Learning. Lectures can be viewed in person at 7 p.m. Tuesdays in the BP Design Theater, on the fourth floor of the ELIF building on the UAF Fairbanks campus. Mike Powers, former CEO of Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, is coordinator for this year’s series and will host each lecture.

Masks are required for unvaccinated people attending the events. The lectures will also be webcast at and posted on the Summer Sessions website afterward at

The series begins with Allan Katz, the former U.S. ambassador to Portugal, discussing “Building Healthy Communities: Resetting Expectations — the Need for Civil Discourse.” Katz is the founder and CEO of American Public Square,

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Here’s what to know in South Florida on June 22

We’re keeping track of the latest news regarding the coronavirus in South Florida and around the state. Check back for updates throughout the day.

Miami-Dade’s largest cities to require masks in public as COVID-19 numbers spike

7 p.m.: The mayors of seven Miami-Dade cities on Monday announced new rules requiring people to wear face masks anywhere in public, a response to rising numbers of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations — a measure they conceded will be tough to enforce.

The cities of Miami, Hialeah, Miami Gardens, North Miami Beach, Miami Shores, Aventura, and Key Biscayne will require people to wear masks at all times in public. The sudden announcement left some specific details unexplained, including whether people would be required to wear masks while exercising. In the city of Miami, a new emergency order outlining the rules is expected to be signed in the coming days.

Mayors of another eight

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