Arts & Culture
Come see your favorite comedian hone their craft with a night of rip roaring stand up. Find out where to get a good seat, an intimate or large setting, food and even an open bar for just a couple of dollars in this list of the top spots to see stand up in South Florida.
In this day and age, it’s almost mandatory to speak a minimum of two languages to live in South Florida. And while for the rest of the country it would be hard to imagine being greeted in any language other than English, in South Florida that’s a reality. That’s why the following five Top Language Classes in South Florida just might come in handy now and in the near future.
For art lovers, there is no better locale to walk around than the buzzing Wynwood Art District. Follow this custom made walking tour to journey into a world of photography, contemporary art, film and fashion and immerse yourself in a world of artistic culture.
From Key West to Broward County, South Florida is home to some of the best LGBT Pride events in the country and June 2015 is no exception.
Find out how you can maximize the use of your smartphone camera from professional photographer, Jan Freire.
Don’t miss the top museum exhibits around the city this summer from nature experiences to high tech laser shows.
See the diversity of the south Florida culture with these music festivals.
This episode of Foursquare on The Pin covers New York City’s new Whitney Museum and other art favorites.
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.
South Florida is a film maker’s paradise. The terrain there includes wild swamps full of prehistoric looking animals, rich metropolises along the beach, deep lakes, and even lush tropical forests. It is for that reason that many directors have chosen to shoot movies in South Florida.