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.
The party responsible for $5 million in damage to the Adrienne Arsht Center last summer is the builder and its contractors, according to a forensic engineering group’s report released Thursday.
As thousands pack the streets of Washington D.C. to watch the second inauguration of President Barack Obama in Washington D.C., here in South Florida there will be a special watch party at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.
In front of students, teachers and administrators, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho delivered his opening-of-school address for the 2012-2013 school year.
Nothing beats a good laugh, and Miami’s spring is set to be full of chuckles, giggles, hoots, snorts and belly laughs. From big-name celebrities to local stand-up comedians, this city has something for everyone.
Miami developer Jorge Perez has jumped into the ranks of Miami’s biggest public givers, by pledging to donate $35 million in cash and art to the art museum which will now bear his name. The donation will be used to help build the new museum, set to open in Bayfront Park in 2013.