The City Beautiful soon will welcome a new residential address that blends private luxury with a true downtown lifestyle unlike any other. Location Ventures, the Miami-based real estate investment firm with a portfolio of residential and mixed-used projects throughout South...
Miami-based Coastal Construction has announced that the University of Miami’s School of Architecture’s Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio Building has been named the 2018 U.S. Building of the Year on American- Architects, a news platform published by World-Architects. The Building...
Coral Gables, the City Beautiful, is helping to promote convenience and healthy living by providing free bike racks to interested businesses. It is part of an ongoing effort by the city to promote sustainability. “We will integrate sustainability in the...
The Alhambra Orchestra and Miami Acting Company collaborate to bring local residents and their families an enchanted evening of great songs by Broadway’s legendary musical team, Rodgers & Hammerstein, conducted by Robert Keating. The program will be performed on...
Some 350 people attended Temple Judea's Mitzvah Bowl Sunday on Feb. 3. It is the synagogue's annual Mitzvah day which encourages congregation members and their families, plus pre-school students and families from The Margaux Early Childhood School, to do...
Coral Gables Rotarians will host their annual Chili Cook-Off on Sunday, Feb. 24, 1-5 p.m. This is the club's biggest fundraiser and benefits to numerous charitable programs of the club's foundation as well as its scholarship fund. Admission is free...
Fairchild Challenge, the award-winning environmental education outreach program at Fairchild Garden in Coral Gables, conducted its annual Environmental Debates for high school students on Feb. 7. Some 48 students from 24 high schools in Miami-Dade County participated in the debate. Students...
St. Thomas Episcopal Parish School celebrated the beginning of Black History Month in early February by inviting renowned historian Dr. Marvin Dunn to speak to students in grades 1-5. Dr. Dunn is the author of Black Miami in the Twentieth...
An audience of architecture and preservation aficionados gathered in the austerely beautiful Glasgow Lecture Hall at the University of Miami on Saturday, Jan. 19, to get a Brute awakening. They were not disappointed. It was a day of reckoning in...
The Villagers have announced their 2019 grant recipients, 11 entities that will share $50,000. Grants are allocated for historic restoration and preservation projects, including those to educate, document, and perpetuate the heritage of Miami-Dade County. Grantees for 2019 are Barnacle...
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