Why do cinema’s criminals, nemeses, and antagonists always live in swanky digs? In this film-focused talk with Miami Center for Architecture & Design, Inc. and AIA Miami, senior curator Silvia Barisione and Chad Oppenheim, co-author of “Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains,” are examining the sophisticated designs and styles of your favorite silver-screen baddies, unmasking how they reflect an “architecture of persuasion.” Moderated by John Stuart from FIU’s Miami Beach Urban Studios, the panel will highlight iconic set designs and discuss why evil masterminds have such exemplary—and luxurious—taste. Free and open to the online public.
Thursday, January 15, 7pm – The Filling Station Lofts, 1657 North Miami Ave, Unit 1015, Miami Join for an evening of conversations + libations with Miamiâ€™s art community in conjunction with the unveiling of the Filling Station Project. An esteemed panel of local artists, gallery owners, editors, photographers + leading art-community activists will engage in […]
Sunday, March 6, 11am-3pm – Markham Park, 16001 W State Rd 84, Sunrise The second annual family-friendly event benefits Pets’ Broward’s free/low-cost spay and neuter surgery program for cats and dogs in Broward County and features adoptable cats and dogs. Held in conjunction with the K9 Outdoor Games, there will be dog Frisbee competitions, performances […]
Saturday, April 25, 6:30m-8pm – Virtual To create your own pairing experience at home, you can use Beer Finder to locate the closest place that sells Boulevard beer, and remember to grocery shop safely for your ingredients. All are welcome to tune in to the Boulevard Facebook page live-stream and join Dan and Kyle while they […]