Join Mayor Tomas Regalado and Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff for the launch of an exciting educational initiative to increase the use of Simpson Park as a resource for the community. South Florida’s oldest urban forest located in the heart of downtown Miami offers residents educational classes and hands-on workshops in biology, ecology, local history and art. Enjoy a beautiful evening in this natural hammock amid endangered trees, savoring food and wine donated by local restaurants and a silent auction. Listen carefully, you may hear a nearby owl.
Monday, June 19, 6am-11pm – La Riviera at Pullman Miami Hotel, 5800 Blue Lagoon Dr, Miami Pullman Miami Hotel‘s on-site restaurant, La Riviera, is debuting two menus this season: a “Light for Summer” menu with nutritious dishes sans gluten and a market buffet for lunch for locals and busy executives. Created by Executive Chef John Gray, selections […]
December 7 â€“ 10, 5pm-11pm – Roam Miami, 118 SW South River Dr, Miami During Art Basel, the week that brings the international art world together, Roam will be hosting a series of immersive experiences that combine fashion, art, tech, food and award winning films over 4 incredible days. This series of events will be […]
Saturday, October 22, 1am – PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter, 1010 NE 2nd Ave, Miami Saturday, October 22nd at 1am on Northeast 2nd Avenue and Northeast 8th/9th Street the foundation pour will begin for PARAMOUNT Miami World Center:Â 30 continuous hours,Â 700 workers,Â 1300 trucks,Â 13000 cubic yards of concrete,Â 4,800,000 lbs of reinforced steel.Â This is a huge milestone for our Paramount […]