Viewing Vizcaya: Follow in the footsteps of Vizcaya‘s original owner, James Deering, and his guests by enjoying a historic silent film in the Courtyard of the Main House, complete with live musical accompaniment on Vizcaya’s custom-made pipe organ! Why Change Your Wife? (1920). In a time when wives had to be “perfect,” husbands sometimes sought the company of women less inhibited by societal expectations. In Why Change Your Wife?, the husband does exactly that-and it backfires! Tickets $18; available onsite only from 6:00-7:30 p.m. on the evening of the program. Food and drink available for purchase. Seating is limited. Event takes place indoors. For more infoÂ call 305-250-9133.
Saturday, May 3, 8pm-11pm -Â Zoo Miami,Â 12400 SW 152nd Street,Â Miami Miami New Times is proud to announce the 5th Annual New Times & Zoo Miami “Brew at the Zoo” presented by V2 Electronic CigarettesÂ on May 3, 2014. Sample beer and spirits from around the world, eat great food, and enjoy live entertainment at the wildest place […]
Tuesday, December 10, 11:30am -Â Westin Colonnade,Â 180 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables Enjoy a conversation between fellow philanthropists, collectors and members of two of Miamiâ€™s pioneer families, Mitchell â€œMickyâ€ Wolfson, Jr., founder of the Wolfsonian-FIU Museum, and Finlay B. Matheson, past president of the Wolfsonian board, as they discuss collecting, giving and growing up in Miami. Arrive […]
Saturday, April 9, 11am-6pm – Historic Overtown District, Main Street 1000 NW 3rd Avenue, between 9th and 11th Streets, NW 3rd Avenue, Miami The Overtown Rhythm & Arts Festival, organized, planned and implemented by volunteers from the non-profit group Magic-In-Action and local leaders of the Overtown Community, aims to celebrate the rich history of one […]