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It’s that time of year when Ferris wheels, roller coasters and elephant ears take on Miami. The Miami Dade County Fair is back in town and kicks-off its 62nd annual Fair on Thursday, March 14. Ranked […]
The Sony Open Tennis Tournament brings big tennis stars, highly anticipated matches and fabulous events to Miami.
FThe ULTRA Music festival is a world-famous electronic music event. This year it will take place over two weekends in celebration of its 15th anniversary. During the weekends of March 15-17 and March 22-24, the six-day, two-weekend marathon will attract, according to the organizers, a record attendance of 330,000 fans.
It’s officially called the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival, but in reality, it’s an all-you-can-eat and drink fest with a variety of high-priced events in and around South Florida. From the sold-out, […]
Since its start in the late 1800s, Coconut Grove has lured nature enthusiasts, bar goers and artists from all over the world. With its awe-inspiring lush greenery, there is no wonder why Coconut Grove is […]
It’s that time of year again — to dream of sailing off in one of the mega yachts that populate every available dock along South Florida’s waterways. Every year in mid-February, the Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sails, now in its 71st year, rolls into South Florida and customers from around the world come to ooh and ah at the multi-million dollar liners.
Want to escape the throngs of people at the beach to join a more intellectual mob—sans the water wings—at the 29th annual Miami Book Fair International? Here then, is all you need to know.
It’s that time of year again. Summer camp has ended and it’s time to kick the kiddies out of the house and send them off to school. For most parents, this is a time of stress relief as normal schedules kick back in, but back-to-school preparations offer their fair share of stressors. Thesen are the best places in Miami to head to come time to pack those backpacks to make sure you’re kid is styling on his or her first day of school.
South Florida spends much of the year in near-drought conditions, but virtually part of our live is connected to water. But there are some ways to make safety a success.