Spring in South Florida not only brings slightly cooler temperatures and reduced humidity, it also signals the clarion call of a new theater season in some of the area’s finest venues.
The second inauguration of President Barack Obama takes place on Monday, January 21, 2013 in Washington, D.C. Whether you are a political junkie, proud progressive, fierce independent or rowdy right-winger, there is much to do to experience the event in South Florida if you can’t make the trip to D.C.
On December 14, Peter Jackson will release his film version of the book that started it all, “The Hobbit.” In Miami, there are sure to be hobbits, orcs, wizards, multi-headed monsters, elves and dwarves aplenty. Here are just a few of the ways to get your Middle Earth fix in the area.
Miami isn’t just a warm haven for frozen tourists or flashy fashionistas. The city also boasts a diverse and vibrant arts community that will celebrate the 23rd edition of Art Miami beginning December 4, 2012.
High gas prices and a limp economy mean every penny counts, especially when it comes to dressing up your abode with local art, or a variety of boutique jewelry and figurines.
The cultural and meteorological hodgepodge that is Miami results in many things contradictory or just plain different. Thus for writers, Miami is fertile ground.
Want to escape the throngs of people at the beach to join a more intellectual mob—sans the water wings—at the 29th annual Miami Book Fair International? Here then, is all you need to know.
It’s that time of year again — to dream of sailing off in one of the mega yachts that populate every available dock along South Florida’s waterways. Every year in mid-February, the Miami International Boat Show & […]
‘Tis the time of year when the weather cools down and ghosts and goblins begin to prepare for Halloween. South Florida’s spooky spirits don’t wait for Devil’s Night however; they make their presence felt year-round.
Enjoy the changing seasons with a visit to any of these great museum exhibits in the area.