South Beach Wine And Food Festival Is This Weekend

Wow! I barely survived President’s Day Weekend, between Art Miami, the Miami International Boat Show, and Coconut Grove Art Festival, and it is time for the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, which starts on Thursday.

Miami Beach, Things To Do
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Time To Go Skiing

  With the holidays behind us, it is time to get serious about skiing.  The United States has been blessed with a snow season that in some places started as early as October! All skiers dream of powder so consider the top ten powder destinations in North America and Europe when planning your ski vacation.  […]

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Make A New Year's Resolution To Attend These Cultural Events In January

Happy 2014!  Add attending one of these cultural events to your 2014 Resolution List.  They take place in spectacular venues that many of us take for granted and help promote the arts throughout Miami-Dade County. Miami’s cultural season did not end with Art Miami and Art Basel, it merely took a small break for the […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Things To Do
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Make A New Year’s Resolution To Attend These Cultural Events In January

Happy 2014!  Add attending one of these cultural events to your 2014 Resolution List.  They take place in spectacular venues that many of us take for granted and help promote the arts throughout Miami-Dade County. Miami’s cultural season did not end with Art Miami and Art Basel, it merely took a small break for the […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Coral Gables, Florida Life, Pinecrest, Things To Do
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Happy Winter Solstice From Miami!

Someone forgot to tell us that it is winter!  To all my friends, relatives, and customers who have been dealing with cold or downright miserable weather since October, come on down for a visit and thaw out.

Florida Life
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Florida Is Expected To Outperform The U.S In 2014 and 2015

The economic outlook for the Sunshine State is extremely positive. TD Economics, an affiliate of TD Bank, estimates that Florida’s economic growth will grow from 2.4% this year to 3.5% in 2014 & 4.0% in 2015.  This growth is largely due to the increase in domestic in-migration, which has led us to knock New York […]

Buying, Commercial Real Estate, Florida Life
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Perez Art Museum Miami Free This Sunday

If you were so busy with Art Basel and Art Miami that you missed opening week of PAMM, take the opportunity to visit it for free this Sunday.  It is a beautiful addition to Miami’s growing cultural scene.  I would recommend taking the metro  since the Frost Science Museum is still under construction.  There is […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Florida Life, Neighborhood News, Things To Do
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Barnacle Moonlight Music Presents Gary Cooper

Whether you are visiting Miami to escape cold weather  or are a year-round resident enjoying the cool weather and lack of humidity, this Saturday night is a perfect night to head over to the Barnacle moonlight concert.  This historic home has an expansive lawn that slopes gently down Biscayne Bay and is an ideal setting […]

Coconut Grove, Neighborhood News, Things To Do
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