Adrienne Arsht Center
While Excecutive Chef Nicole Votano tastes the new shipment of fresh vegetables coming in, owner David Foulquier arranges the wines being served at his trendy new spot “Fooqs” in the Miami’s Arts and Entertainment District in Miami.
A survivor of the 2010 Haiti earthquake is in Miami, recovering from the losses of his life through dance.
Jeb Bush arrived at the Arsht Center For The Performing Arts in Miami Friday, looking fit and confident.
he parents of two students, who were fatally shot in two separate incidents, received posthumous diplomas for their teen sons who would have been in cap and gown on Tuesday.
While south Florida may be most famous for its winter season, there’s still plenty to do when most snowbirds have flown home. This spring proves this point with an assortment of festival offerings from the southernmost areas of Miami-Dade to Deerfield Beach. The festivals highlight the best of south Florida in food, art, music and wine. The lineup of events include jazz performances, poetry events, world-class dance, an arts festival, and food and wine festival welcoming the entire family.
After three days of electronic dance music pulsating through the streets of Downtown Miami, Ultra is coming to a smooth close.
A Miami film festival flick is bringing to light the obscure Haitian art of machete fencing.
For decades, even now, I Love Lucy was appointment television for millions of Americans. The wacky redhead and her Cuban bandleader husband, along with their loveable landlord best friends, the Mertzes, began on CBS back in 1952.
Book lovers will soon have a new place to shop and nosh in Downtown Miami.
In this edition of “Women To Watch,” Trend Tracker® Tara Gilani is one on one with Adrienne Arsht, a power philanthropist and trailblazer, revered for her support of artistic and civic causes in Miami, NY, DC and beyond.