Miami International Boat Show
As the House and Senate prepare to hammer out a $4.2 billion divide in budget proposals released last week, they have plenty of hometown pork to barter.
From art lovers to yacht aficionados, South Florida events this weekend are expected to draw large crowds as well as traffic.
Whether you’re a foodie, art lover or a marathon runner, this Valentine’s day weekend is set to be packed with activities, people and traffic.
Last minute preps are underway for Thursday’s opening day of the largest boat show in the world; The Miami International Boat Show.
Miami commissioners have voted unanimously to hold the 2016 Miami International Boat Show at the Marine Stadium.
It’s official, the Miami Marine Stadium at Virginia Key will host the Miami International Boat Show for 2016 and years to come.
For the first time in 20 years, the hurricane-damaged seats at the Miami Marine Stadium could be filled with spectators, as the Miami Marine Stadium enters into a tentative deal to host the Miami International Boat Show for at least 2016 and 2017.
Take your child to a love fest where they can create Valentine’s Day cards or depart from the norm and do something just for fun. It’s Valentine’s Day the South Florida way.
Heading to Miami Beach this weekend? May want to give yourself some extra time as the Boat Show is back in town—and the construction on the beach just may make travels even worse.
Drivers will experience delays through the weekend as Miami Beach prepares for the the Miami International Boat Show and the Yacht & Brokerage Show next week.