History/Culture

Miami-Dade County Fall Guide 2015

Miami-Dade County Fall Guide 2015

All the fall fun without the fall chill. In fact, it’s time for things to start heating up in the Magic City! Bookmark this handy fall guide to stay in-the-know all season long. FALL FUN Welcome to the Pumkin Patch 2805 SW 32nd Ave Miami, FL 33133 8200 SW 104th St Miami, FL 33156 20360 […]

2015 Miami Labor Day Guide

2015 Miami Labor Day Guide

While most of the country is lamenting over the end of summer weather, Labor Day in Miami marks the beginning of Miami’s most exciting season. Here are some fun ways to celebrate #EndlessSummer over Labor Day Weekend in Miami: Siempre Flamenco’s 10th Annual Festival de Cante Flamenco 2015 Friday, September 4 – 8:00 PM The deep emotions […]

Miami One of the Most Popular Cities for Cheaters

Miami One of the Most Popular Cities for Cheaters

Headlines continue to swirl amidst one of the most impactful hacks in recent history, and now Tecnilógica, a Madrid-based digital agency, has created a world map that shows the distribution of Ashley Madison users around the world without identifying names. Here’s a breakdown of the Greater Miami region by users: Miami 109,505 Hialeah 15,643 Miami Beach 11,584 Westchester 1,420 […]

Free Salsa Lessons

Free Salsa Lessons

Every Thursday, Little Havana’s most happening spot- Ball & Chain– hosts free salsa lessons at 9pm. Enjoy craft cocktails & tapas while listening to local jazz musicians perform on their outdoor stage from 6pm until 10pm. Happy hour runs from 4pm t0 7pm; so after a few cocktails head on inside and take the stage for […]

Image: 2010 Perseids / Fred Bruenjes via NASA.

Miami’s Ultimate Seats to the Best Meteor Shower of the Year

As an coastal metropolitan, Miami offers the unique combinations of fast-paced city living with peaceful nature. A quick trip out on any local waterway can transport you far away from the hustle & bustle of the city…and more importantly, the lights! On Wednesday, August 12, 2015, the year’s biggest meteor shower will light up the skies, and you can […]

Exploring Miami’s Hurricanes & Other Hazards

Exploring Miami’s Hurricanes & Other Hazards

Hurricane season is almost here and while South Floridians know all-to-well the impact of hurricanes, what about the science behind it? This weekend, Thursday May 28th through Saturday, May 30, 2015, The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum will explore Hurricanes and Other Hazards at a special event from 11am to 5pm.  Kick off the start […]

3rd Annual Haitian Caribbean Book Fair

3rd Annual Haitian Caribbean Book Fair

The 3rd Annual Haitian Caribbean Book Fair is happening on May 24, 2015 at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex. Locals are invited to come enjoy a free day of Haitian and Caribbean historians, authors, dancers, artists, and food. Established in 1985, Sosyete Koukouy, Inc. (Sos*ye*te Koo*Kouy), is dedicated to preserving Haitian culture in the United […]

Miami Memorial Day Guide 2015

Miami Memorial Day Guide 2015

The unofficial start to summer and an important day of rememberence for our fallen soldiers, Memorial Day 2015 has arrived. Neighborhoods throughout Miami will celebrate with a diverse line-up of activities: Coral Gables Memorial Day Ceremony War Memorial Youth Center, 405 University Drive, Coral Gables, Florida 5/25/2015 2:15 PM Free The City of Coral Gables will be holding a […]

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4 Places to Stop and Smell the May Flowers in Miami

Celebrate springtime with a trip to one of Miami’s spectacular outdoor gardens. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Coral Gables: Fairchild is a world-class conservation and education-based garden, dedicated to exploring, explaining and conserving the world of tropical plants. They boast one of  the world’s greatest living collection of palms and cycads.  Check out their current collections and exhibits. Vizcaya Museum […]

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Free Screening of The Fontainebleau on Film

The Fountainbleau is a Miami Beach institution. Since 1954, the hotel has served as a luxurious epicenter of Miami Beach culture, earning a spot on the list of “America’s Favorite Architecture” by the American Institute of Architects in 2007. As we celebrate Miami Beach’s centennial, embrace the Magic City’s rich past at a special screening of The […]