By the end of the 21st century, beaches will be a thing of the past. That is the alarming forecast of a growing number of scientists and environmental NGOs. Sand Wars takes us around the world as it tracks the contractors, sand smugglers and unscrupulous property developers involved in the new gold rush, and meets the environmentalists and local populations struggling to reverse the threat to the future of this resource that we all take for granted. Tickets are $6-$10.
Saturday, July 30, 8:30amâ€“12pm – Juan Pablo Duarte Park and 17th Avenue in Allapattah, 2800 Northwest 17th Avenue, Miami Artists, Architects, and Planners team up with community residents to learn about their neighborhood and draw new visions of what it can be. At this event, we will focus on NW 17th Avenue between NW 36th […]
Friday, February 22, 12:30pm – Miami Dade College Culinary Institute, 415 NE Second Avenue, Miami A next generation of culinary chefs is getting a helping hand thanks to a new partnership between The Miami Wine & Spirits Expo and Miami Dade Collegeâ€™s Miami Culinary Institute. The new alliance will be announced during a special, media […]
October 21 & 22, 10am-8pm – Biltmore Way & LeJeune Road, Coral Gables The Gables Hispanic Cultural Foundation, Inc. is a Florida charitable, non-profit organization responsible for the annual Coral Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival in “The City Beautiful” of Coral Gables. The Festival is part of Dade County’s month long celebrations of Hispanic Heritage. The Festival celebrates […]