The tens of thousands who descended on Downtown Miami for a weekend of big events were already out in force Saturday morning.
Crowds descended on Downtown Miami Friday for a weekend of big events.
Drivers on Biscayne Boulevard will experience déjà vu this weekend, as traffic will be rerouted for weekend two of the Ultra Music Festival.
You could call it a mega weekend for South Florida: plenty of events means plenty to do…and plenty of traffic.
If you venture into Downtown Miami Wednesday or Thursday night there is a good chance your walls will thump and your windows glow.
Miami’s downtown skyline will be tinged with green and white lit Monday night by the Miami Tower in remembrance of the victims in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.
The city of Miami planted the seeds four years ago for the park portion of the $68 million Museum Park project. However, a cash crunch has changed all that.
A pedestrian carrying groceries home is now in the hospital after being struck by a hit and run driver near a bus stop Wednesday afternoon.
While all eyes will be on the Miami Heat players as they make their way down 8th Street and Biscayne Blvd. for the Championship celebration Monday, businesses are hoping to get some of the attention, too.
Now that the Miami Heat have taken a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals, some are saying the series is already over and Thursday’s game will just be a coronation game. NBA history may give that argument some leverage.