Students from UF, UM, and FIU will present their conceptual solutions to Cubaâ€™s failing infrastructure at The Cuba Infrastructure Challenge, a scholarship competition sponsored by The Association of Cuban Engineers (ACE) and the Cuban-American Association of Civil Engineers (C-AACE).Â Judges will evaluate student written submittals and presentations based on their relevance, originality, and thoroughness. The first place winning team will be awarded a $3,000 scholarship.
Sunday, September 9, 11am-8pm – The Clevelander Marlins Park, 501 Marlins Way, Miami With over 60 screens to catch all the action plus specials available only to locals, The Clevelander South Beach has been called the ultimate football destination on Miami Beach. To celebrate, The Clevelander team is taking football season to the next level […]
Thursday, April 19, 7pm-9pm – Fredric Snitzer Gallery, 1540 NE Miami Ct, Miami Fredric Snitzer Gallery presents Julio’s House, a photographic essay by Orestes Gonzalez. Addressing themes of memory, nostalgia and discovery, Orestes Gonzalez creates a vivid portrait of a late relative, one he previously disregarded in fear of his own first adolescent stirrings of […]
Saturday, September 8, 4pm-10pm – Coral Gables Ponce Circle Park, 2800 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Coral Gables Concrete Beach Brewery will be hosting a party to celebrate the inaugural Sola Fest at Ponce Circle Park in Coral Gables – in honor of the brewery’s brand new Sola India Pale Ale going into cans! This free event will […]