"Quarantine Buddy" Makes Connections During The Coronavirus PandemicWhether it’s to play music, laugh, or learn, many in isolation have connected during the coronavirus pandemic thanks to Quarantine Buddy.
New Frost Science Exhibition Explores The ‘Power Of Science’It’s all about the “Power of Science” at the Frost Science in Downtown Miami.
Mainly Mozart Still Providing First-Rate Classical Music Performances OnlineFor 28 years, the Mainly Mozart Festival, presented by the Miami Chamber Music Society, has been bringing first-rate classical music performances to South Florida audiences in Coral Gables.
Adrienne Arsht Center’s ‘Heart Of Art’ Program Giving Local Artists A Virtual Stage During PandemicUsing video as the virtual stage, Miami-based performing artists are creating new works of dance, music, theater, spoken word and other performing arts that capture unique voices and experiences during this coronavirus pandemic.
South Florida Actress Elissa Kapneck Up For Daytime Emmy For Her Work On Popular CBS Soap OperaA young South Florida actress has received a nomination for her guest appearance on the popular CBS soap opera.
Conversations With Miami Artists On PAMM Series 'Local Views' Happening Every ThursdayIt’s been over three months since art galleries and museums have closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. South Florida's art scene may have slowed, but it hasn’t stopped. For those who love art, collect art or are looking to learn more about local artists, PAMM has the program for you.
Celebrity Chef Marcus Samuelsson Opens Family Affordable Food Spot ‘The Creamery’ In OvertownCelebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson could not have been happier or busier over the weekend. He opened The Creamery at Red Rooster Overtown, just in time to celebrate Juneteenth.
Sip With #SOBEWFF A Free Virtual Cocktail Class That’s Helping Support Local RestaurantsSip with #SOBEWFF is a free virtual cocktail class created by the festival’s founder, Lee Schrager.
‘Roses For Change’ Movement Spreading Love All Across South FloridaThere’s an old song with lyrics that says “what the world needs now is love, sweet love.” Ken Lerman, a businessman from Pompano Beach, is living that message right now with a movement he created called “Roses for Change.”
Designers Creating Couture Face Coverings & Face Masks With FlairAs the coronavirus pandemic continues, more people are wearing masks in public and that has some big name fashion houses and local boutiques getting in on the couture face covering trend.
'I Remember Miami,' Crowd-Sourced Art Project About Living In The Time Of COVID-19A crowd-sourced art exhibit examining the C)VID-19 experience is underway and you have a chance to get in on it.
Coronavirus & Curfews: South Florida Restaurant Owners ‘Fighting For Our Livelihood’These are uncertain times for restaurant owners. First the shutdowns over the coronavirus crisis, then protests leading to mandatory curfews.
Miami's New World Symphony To Host Interactive "Beer & Brass" ConcertEven though live concerts are still not back, the show will go on for the New World Symphony on Saturday night.
Black-Owned Restaurants Hope You Will Support Them Through Protests & BeyondErnisha Randolph is the owner of Shuckin & Jivin’ restaurant in Opa-locka featuring down-home southern food and New Orleans style cuisine. Randolph had a booming business since she opened two years ago.
Blackout Tuesday Brings Entertainment Industry And Others Together Against RacismThe music industry is pressing pause in an initiative called Blackout Tuesday.