Three local nonprofit organizations are continuing their collaboration to educate the community on the seven-day holiday known as Kwanzaa. Started in 1966 by Maulana Ron Karenga, Kwanzaa is based on seven principles and various symbols that are used to uplift the black community and strengthen family bonds. This is the twenty-seventh consecutive year this activity has been presented through the generosity of the members of the Miami-Dade Chapter of the Florida A&M University. Woodard, from, whom the event was named, was the chairperson and lifeblood of the event until her demise in 2010. Since that time her daughter, Vanessa Woodard Byers, has assumed leadership in coordinating the event and established a foundation in her parents’ name to support this event and other cultural activities. For more information, email Vanessa Woodard Byers at email@example.com or call 305-343- 9088.
Wednesday, June 26, 7pm-10pm -Â Hyde Beach at SLS Hotel South Beach, 1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Join local singles in their mid-20s to mid-40s and immerse yourself in margarita bliss as you sip delicious Grand Marnier concoctions and mingle. Match.com and Grand Mariner are thrilled to team together for this poolside event celebrating singles in […]
Friday, April 26, 12pm-2pm – Toro Toro at Intercontinental Miami Hotel, 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami Join Miami Media MixerÂ on April 26Â forÂ mix and mingle (12pm-12:30pm) and for lunch/speakers (12:30pm-2:00pm).Â Networking lunch with those in the business of news, music, publishing and public relations.Â Once a month,they host a gathering for media professionals. The brief one hour […]
Agustin 28 – 31, Segafredo Brickell & Spazio Nightclub,Â 1421 South Miami Avenue, Miami Brickell This Labor Day weekend, Segafredo Brickell & Spazio Nightclub invite locals and visitors alike to salute the summer in style. Taking place from Thursday, August 28th to Sunday, August 31st, an American-themed journey awaits to unfold, beginning with a Nautical Swim […]