Help kids steer clear of negative influences by surrounding them with altruism at some of the best area organizations. These groups welcome children, not just teens and adults, and encourage them to learn to give back by doing everything from walking pets to learning the ins and outs of running a museum.
Try these recommended post-workout meals by South Florida nutritionist Sunny LaValle to add some pep to your step.
South Florida is a mecca for Latin American food and nobody does its ultimate dessert, the flan, quite like these standout restaurants. Check out this list of twists on the traditional flan or try a classic favorite.
Their are many decisions to make when planning your big day and one of the most important decisions is the cake. If you’re bored with the traditional, try one of these unique takes.
Miami is one of the best places in America for your child to study art. They can learn about classical art, modern art, pottery and architecture at one of these fun summer camps, programs and events.
Tacos are typical but tortas are totally awesome. Here is a list of the best places to get this little-known Mexican sandwich.
Skip the Easter brunch and head on over to one of these fun South Florida events. They have an Easter egg hunt to fit any child whether they love the land or the sea.
Drinking games are the stuff of legend and the staple of college towns. Some of the great drinking games to come out of those towns are beer pong and flip cup. Here is a list of bars where you can find both.
By the time kids reach their teenage years, they’re pretty much unimpressed by everything. So sign them up for one of these cool camps and they’ll have no choice but to crack an unforced smile. They might even burst into laughter.
Miami’s children are ethnically diverse. They need activities that correspond to that. Whether you speak Creole, Spanish, Hebrew or English, here is a list of bilingual extracurricular activities that will speak to any child of any culture.