Patriotic songs filled the air at the famed Biltmore Hotel as the City of Coral Gables, along with several sponsors, hosted a Fourth of July celebration that brought people together from all over South Florida.
The Fourth of July is just days away and, if fireworks are as synonymous with Independence Day as bright lights at Christmas time, you may find that South Florida is the perfect place to be.
Republican U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, who has promised an announcement in Miami on April 13th regarding his presidential candidacy intentions, may have to move the venue.
Gov. Rick Scott continued his Get Out the Early Vote bus tour on Friday, which included some big name Republican politicians.
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Designed in 1923, the Coral Gables Congregational Church occupies a revered spot on the National Register of Historic places. This sliver of heaven here on earth is majestically situated across the street from the landmark Biltmore Hotel. Divine in every way, the focus in this house of faith is on fun.
Fireworks in Coral Gables attracted an estimated crowd of 25,000 from around South Florida Friday night to celebrate Independence Day.
Weddings at top South Florida hotels equate to beautiful venues, perfect menus, attentive service and memories for a lifetime.
The best French restaurants in South Florida are Le Cafe De Paris in Las Olas, Sage in Fort Lauderdale, The Biltmore Hotel’s Palme D’Or, Le Buchon du Grove and A La Folie.
Nothing starts off a lazy Sunday better than a savory brunch.