Go to any of these five places by yourself or with like-minded friends to watch the first games of the baseball season and make it memorable.
Whether you are just passing by or a local fanatic, South Florida has the right baseball bar for you. Find out which bar is a locals’ favorite and which bar offers a nightlife that rivals South Beach in this list of South Florida’s top baseball bars.
South Florida’s Jewish community is one of the bedrock groups of South Florida and these five bakeries are ready to serve families looking for dessert options for the Passover seder.
April Fools’ Day is fast approaching – what gags await around the corner?
See Broadway plays without visiting the Great White Way. The 2015 spring theater production previews all the “Wicked” misadventures and amazing acrobats that Broadway has to offer right here in South Florida.
Explore America’s natural wonders right in your backyard. Visit one of four South Florida national parks and travel north to central Florida to see how Florida does the wildlife, the everglades, history and water sports.
For those who live in the Miami area or who don’t want to join the party scene, Alejandra Campins, at Travel by Cami in Miami, gives five spring break staycation activities for folks in the Miami area.
Marilyn Sanchez, COO of Blush Boutique, offers some great trends for spring in South Florida.
Don yourself from head to toe in green and break out your lucky shamrocks because St. Patrick’s Day is upon us. Find out the best places to party with your family or your buddies and have a blast on a budget.
Beaches, bars and parties are the hallmark of a great spring break. Plan your trip to South Florida this year and experience two cities that have all three, plus much more.