Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
Even if you are not a sports fan, you have to appreciate how a championship team can do wonders for a community and bring us all together in celebration.
Thousands of people are expected in downtown Miami for Monday’s Parade of Champions featuring the NBA’s 2012 champs – our very own Miami Heat.
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.
A big win deserves a big party and now that the Miami Heat are the 2012 NBA World Champions, all that’s left is the championship parade which will take place Monday.
The last time the Miami Heat won an NBA title was in 2006. It was their first.
Several events will be held across South Florida on Sunday and Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. From breakfast to parades to arts and crafts, there’s something for everyone in the family.
Miami Beach is going way back in time this weekend at its 34th annual Art Deco Weekend. The annual three-day celebration of South Beach’s history and architectural heritage has something for the whole family.
The 63rd annual Junior Orange Bowl Parade will hit the streets of downtown Coral Gables on Monday, and the festivities will include colorful floats, marching bands and a lot of family fun.
Veterans were honored with several events around South Florida Friday