Come be a part of the discussion and hack on climate change and sea level rise – how it will effect our community, and what we can do to help. Miami has been called ground zero for climate change disruptions because our 2.6 million population is vulnerable to increased sea level rise, beach erosion, saltwater intrusion into drinking water, air quality impacts, building, sewer system and infrastructure vulnerability, prolonged heat waves, high wind loads, increasing homeowner insurance rates or insurance withdrawals, and more. Open Data Day is an annual celebration of open data all over the world. For the fifth time in history, groups from around the world will create local events on the day where they will use open data in their communities. It is an opportunity to show the benefits of open data and encourage the adoption of open data policies in government, business and civil society.
Tuesday, July 9, â€“ 6:30pmâ€“ 8:30pm -Â The Hoxton,Â 1111 sw 1st Avenue,Â Miami “In the Mix” Second Tuesday’s hosted by Florida Board Trustee and GRAMMY/Latin GRAMMY winner Carlos Alvarez.Â Join fellow music community members every second Tuesday of the month for a casual networker. Complimentary light hors dâ€™oeuvres and drink specials courtesy of The Hoxton. Â Featuring comments and […]
Thursday, September 27, 6:30pm â€“ Little Haiti Cultural Center, 212 NE 59 Terrace, Miami WPBT2 will host a FREE preview screening and reception of Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide on Thursday, September 27 at 6:30pm at the Little Haiti Cultural Center in Miami (212 NE 59th Terrace Miami, FL 33137).Â […]
Friday, September 9, 2-3pm – FIU Graham University Center, 11200 SW 8th Street, Miami Commemorating the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Frost Art Museum is showing Arianna Caroli’s Unity in Diversity American Flag Series. The exhibition includes examples of how Americans expressed their unity after the 9/11 tragedy. Images of the American flag are shown […]