Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by learning about the rich cultures that make South Florida unique.
These South Florida book clubs might be what you find at the end of the reading rainbow.
If it’s song and dance, comedy and improvisation or a hybrid of them all that you seek, then you will find it at one of Miami’s cabaret events.
Once a cultural wasteland, Miami has become a mecca for a diverse array of performing arts, most of which are made possible by the efforts of these organizations.
From stand-up to symphonies, there are plenty of shows to keep you entertained this fall for less.
In Miami’s Design District and it’s neighbor, Wynwood, there are potentially more than 200 art galleries, with new ones opening and others closing every day it seems.
From “The Breakfast Club” to “Mean Girls,” what’s the best school movie? You decide!
From unrequited love monuments to antique fighting machines, South Florida’s museums widely range in topics but offer the same fun to those who want walk down the side-winding roads of history. Here are a few glimpses into history off the beaten path.
South Florida’s permanent exhibits successfully educate, entertain and inform, and continue to make their imprint on the area’s culture.
Here are five local authors to keep your page-turning finger in shape all summer.
Take an enchanting trip for Valentine’s Day. Tour the world’s most romantic cities, in photos.
From action-packed sequels to 3D spectaculars, we take a look at the must-see films of the 2011 holiday season.
Key West’s annual decadent costuming and masking festival reached its frenetic highpoint Saturday. The wacky fest includes 10 days of masking and costuming balls, lively street parties and costume contests for those who want to make a splash in the island city.