by Erica Greenfield Saturday is the best day of the week. It’s the only day that you get to do whatever you want, without the anxiety and pressure of school or work the next morning. For those of us lucky enough to live in Miami, Saturday can be spent tanning at the beach, boating on […]
by Erica Greenfield There is something very special about attending a show on Broadway. Anticipation and excitement build as the theater lights dim, the orchestra plays and the show begins. It’s a poetic affair, allowing the audience to lose themselves in a compelling story narrated through music and dance. Unfortunately the heart of Broadway is located in New […]
This May, expand your cultural horizons by visiting many of Miami’s amazing museums. Throughout the month of May, all visitors and locals will be offered “Buy One, Get One Free” admission or “Join One Museum, See Them All” at participating museums during Miami Museum Month. Participating museums include: Ancient Spanish Monastery: Built in Segovia, Spain in 1141, the Monastery Cloister is […]
Think poetry isn’t for you? Well, perhaps you’ve just been in the wrong city. Leave it to Miami to make a poetry festival that includes a bar crawl & pool party. The O, Miami poetry festival has been happening all month long, in an ambitious attempt to deliver a poem to all 2.6 million+residents of Miami-Dade County. […]
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Last Saturday, April 5th, Tibetan Monks from Drepung Gomang Monastery joined spiritual leaders from ALL traditions — Jewish, Muslim, Hinduism, Catholic communities and area dignitaries — to chant prayers and hymns at the Buddha Fest Miami opening ceremony. It signified the start to a week-long multicultural festival that will give the attendants/visitors a full range of spiritual […]