Where to find kid-friendly New Year’s Eve events and other holiday happenings

By JENNIFER BOEHM SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL What better way to get into the holiday spirit than drinking hot cocoa, looking at lights and decorating a Christmas tree? And as we inch closer to the holidays, there are plenty of chances for you to get your Santa and snow fix. We’ve rounded up all the Read More

Coconut Grove tree lighting

Time Out says Coconut Grove’s annual tree lighting ceremony takes over Commodore Plaza, turning the street into a winter wonderland for pedestrians. Snap a photo with Santa, get your face painted with Frozen’s Olaf the Snowman and explore the pop-up holiday village. It all leads up to the main event—the tree lighting, of course—happening just Read More

STARCHITECTS FLOCK TO MIAMI

RENZO PIANO, BJARKE INGELS AND REM KOOLHAAS HAVE TAKEN OVER MIAMI – AND WE LOVE IT. BY PAULA FROELICH ON 8/27/19 AT 10:55 AM EDT Miami has long been known for its Art Deco and its art. But although it’s has been the center of a building craze for the past 15 years, the heavy hitters in Read More

Mitchell Kaplan: Bookstore guru crosses media lines via films, podcasts

Written by Jesse Scheckner on August 27, 2019 It’s a good thing for Miami-Dade that Mitchell Kaplan decided against becoming a lawyer. The founder and president of Books & Books has done a lot to deepen the county’s cultural footprint over four decades, and if his activities in recent years are any indication, he’s far from finished. Read More

A canopy grows in Coconut Grove

By Florida International University | August 27, 2019 Perhaps more than anywhere else in Miami, the streets of Coconut Grove are dappled with sunlight and shadow. Look overhead and you’ll see why. Here, the tree tunnels that stretch over highways and streets are the fabric of the community. They’re like the cafecito windows of Little Havana. Or the beaches that Read More

Coconut Grove, a Miami Neighborhood That Feels Like a ‘Small Town With a Big-City Vibe’

The area is walkable, friendly, and offers easy access to the beach BY NANCY A. RUHLING |  ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON AUGUST 24, 2019  |  MANSION GLOBAL Coconut Grove, Miami’s bohemian beauty by the beach, is the Florida city’s oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood. Founded in 1873, it’s as intoxicating as its tropical-theme name. In the last three years, its residential Read More

This Hidden Bazaar In South Florida Will Soon Have Its Own Tropical Bar

Jannely Espinal |2 days ago |Updated on August 20 @ 11:45 AM Tucked away in the center of one of the most historical areas in South Florida, is a bazaar of wonders offering a global experience. There is only one place in South Florida where you can get uniquities that are just seen abroad. At The Bazaar Project, Read More

Eating out with your kids is a breeze at these kid-friendly Miami restaurants

BY MADELEINE MARR AUGUST 15, 2019 04:17 PM, UPDATED AUGUST 16, 2019 07:37 PM Your love for your children is untenable, but do you really want to go out to eat with them? Admit it. Dining at a restaurant with your progeny (we’re talking 12 and under) can be a stressful undertaking. So many questions you must ask Read More

Miami Architecture Guide: 10 Places to Visit on Your First Trip

16 August, 2019 by AD Editorial Team In the last decade, Miami has progressively transformed into a mecca of architecture and design. While the city’s tropical persona is most often associated with Art Deco, Miami offers a wide range of architectural styles from Mediterranean Revival to Miami Modern and everything in between. Over the years, the city has welcomed a some of Read More

Chug’s Will Host a Pastelito-Eating Contest for Michael Beltran’s Birthday

LAINE DOSS | AUGUST 6, 2019 | 9:00AM Birthdays are usually a cause for celebration. Most people are content to enjoy a cake with friends, but Michael Beltran of Chug’s wanted to throw a bash that was a little more Miami. So he’ll host a party complete with a pastelito-eating contest at his Coconut Grove diner. Thursday, August 15, get ready Read More

Trouble sorting out 250 Miami Spice options? Try these 9 restaurants

By MICHAEL MAYO | SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL | AUG 01, 2019 | 7:00 AM Miami Spice was born during the tourism lull the year after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and patterned after a popular New York City dining promotion. Now in its 18th year, the promotion can be best described as ridiculous. Ridiculous in a good way. It’s ridiculous how many Read More

You Can Treat Your Pup To An Actual Spa Day At This Miami Dog Hotel

Tate Jacaruso | Updated on July 29 @ 11:51 AM If your pup needs a spa day, bring him to Dogtown in Miami. Dogtown is a dog hotel, doggy daycare, and groomer all rolled into one. Your dog will get the works with organic oatmeal shampoo, deep conditioning treatment, de-shedding treatment, ear cleaning, nail trimming, and professional sedative-free dental cleaning. Read More

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