Holiday Fun

How to Carve a Pineapple Jack-o-Lantern

How to Carve a Pineapple Jack-o-Lantern

Miami pulls out all of the stops when it comes to Halloween – extraordinary costumer, jam-packed events, and endless options to satisfy your sweet tooth. Visiting a pumpkin patch is a fall tradition (check out The Little Farm in Homestead), followed often by the ceremonious carving of a pumpkin jack-o-lantern. But why not embrace Miami-living with a carved pineapple […]

The 3rd Annual Zombie Crawl Invades Miami

The 3rd Annual Zombie Crawl Invades Miami

by Erica Greenfield Watch out, Miami—the walking dead are coming (No, we’re not referring to AMC’s hit television show The Walking Dead which happened to premiere this week). We hope you have your zombie survival guide handy because the living dead will be taking over Midtown Miami. There’s no need to panic because the zombie […]

MH TV: Miami Beach 4th of July Fireworks

MH TV: Miami Beach 4th of July Fireworks

There was no shortage of 4th of July fun happening across Miami this past Independence Day! This year in Miami Beach, the celebration moved north to 73rd and Collins, where thousands of people gathered for Independence Day family fun. The day’s festivities included beach yoga with Green Monkey, musical entertainment from Amber Leigh Band; Marshall Brothers Band; & Spam Allstars, […]

Celebrate Independence! Miami’s 4th of July Guide

Celebrate Independence! Miami’s 4th of July Guide

Fireworks South Beach 10th Street Beach over the Atlantic Ocean Traffic along the busy Ocean Drive strip from 5-15th Street is diverted for the holiday to create a safer street party atmosphere and travelers and locals gather on the shore and at sidewalk cafes near 10th Street to get a front row seat to all […]

Memorial Day Traffic Guide 2014

Memorial Day Traffic Guide 2014

  More than 100,000 visitors are expected to fill the beach over the Memorial Day holiday. To help control the major crowds, be prepared for these traffic changes: Ocean Drive will be closed Friday May 23, 7:00 a.m. through Tuesday, May 27, 7:00 a.m. Some access to the east/west streets (100 and 200 blocks) between Washington Avenue and […]

Miami Mother’s Day Guide

Miami Mother’s Day Guide

We’re here to help you celebrate the amazing moms of Miami. Check out the 2014 Miami Happening Mother’s Day Guide: Events Mother’s Day Tea, 3:00 p.m. May 11 @ Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden: Queen Elizabeth isn’t the only person who can experience the glory that is a special tea service. Make your mother feel like royalty with Fairchild Tropical Botanic […]

5 Fabulous Margarita Recipes for Cinco de Mayo

5 Fabulous Margarita Recipes for Cinco de Mayo

It’s time to celebrate the fifth of May and there is no better way than by sipping on the perfect Margarita.  We’ve put together 5 recipes for you to choose from! The Classic Lime 1-1/2 oz. silver tequila 1 oz. Cointreau 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice splash simple syrup salt (for rim) Fill a cocktail shaker with ice […]

10 Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Miami

10 Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Miami

Cinco de Mayo is the celebration of the classic underdog story. The holiday commemorates the Mexican triumph over a much larger French army in the battle of Puebla way back in 1862. The Mexicans numbered 2,000, the French had 6,000 soldiers. Some historians say that if the French had won, the American Civil War might not have gone […]

Starter Mom Nicole Loughan with her mother Kathy Tirrell 1981

The Starter Mom: A Mother’s Day throwback thank you

by Nicole Loughan Our mom’s had it tough. The other day I came across an article called “If 70s moms had blogs.” It is filled with old visions of parenting that included mass smoking and Formica countertops, but my mother-in-law assures me it was not all Bon Bon’s and Harvey Wallbangers. Parenting in the 1970s and 1980s […]