The culinary history of Miami is a reflection of its cultureâ€“spicy, vibrant and diverse. And though delectable seafood has always been a staple in South Florida, influences from Latin and Caribbean nations brought zest to the cityâ€™s world-renowned cuisine. Even the orange, the stateâ€™s most popular fruit, migrated from another country. Join local food author Mandy Baca as she recounts the delicious history of Miamiâ€™s delicacies from the Tequesta Indians to the present-day local food revolution.
Tuesday, April 28, 6pm-8pm – Muse Sales Gallery, 17100 Collins Avenue, Suite 201, Sunny Isles Beach Muse Residences in Sunny Isles hosted an exclusive art event at their sales gallery featuring prestigious works of art from world-renowned French glass designer Lalique, and bring together an elite clientele who have a passion for both art and […]
Monday, October 28, 8pm-9:30pm – Books & Books, 265 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables Ordinary Girls is a fierce, beautiful, and unflinching memoir from a wildly talented debut author. While growing up in housing projects in Puerto Rico and Miami Beach, Jaquira Díaz found herself caught between extremes: as her family split apart and her mother battled schizophrenia, she […]
December 7 â€“ 10, 5pm-11pm – Roam Miami, 118 SW South River Dr, Miami During Art Basel, the week that brings the international art world together, Roam will be hosting a series of immersive experiences that combine fashion, art, tech, food and award winning films over 4 incredible days. This series of events will be […]