6 Places To See Free Art In Miami – North

With cooler weather and Miami’s “in” season almost here, I thought it might be appropriate to give us all a jump start on Miami Art Week, by listing some places where we can see art.  Year round.  In our own back yard.  Without crowds. For FREE! Other than the obvious Wynwood, there are so many […]

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5 Ways Retailers Can Engage Consumers At Brick and Mortar Stores

  Make it easy for consumers to find what they are looking for. In a recent blog Is Veganism Going Mainstream, I discussed how Marshalls was making it easier for vegan shoppers to identify purses that coincide with the shopper’s values.  In addition to Marshalls highlighting vegan purses, Whole Foods also makes it easy for […]

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Miami and Chicago: Both Great International Cities

  After a long two days of brushing up on leadership skills at the National Association of Realtor’s in Chicago, I decided to get to know this beautiful city a little better by taking a Chicago River architectural tour.  In addition to being extremely informative from a historical standpoint, the tour made me realize how […]

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5 Reasons to Take Advantage of Miami Spa Month Before August 31

  Okay, do you really need any reason to take advantage of discounts on some of Miami’s best spas other than the discounts themselves?  Probably not but, since lists are in, here are my top 5: Kids are back in school It has been a long, hot summer, especially if you have school age children […]

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Miami Attributes Contribute To A Healthy Lifestyle

One of the many great attributes that Miami offers residents and visitors alike is the opportunity to live a healthy lifestyle.   Our wonderful weather, scenic parks, flat terrain, and extensive offering of races, yoga, golf, tennis, swimming, rowing, and many more events allow us to exercise year round.  If you want to avoid summer humidity, there are also […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day! Need A Last Minute Unique Gift Idea?

Did Valentine’s Day sneak up on you?  If so, here is one of my favorite new spots with a different gift idea…Ice Cream!  This one isn’t for the kids – 21 years and older please!  My favorite is the Dark Chocolate Fudge, but I am still working my way down the menu.  No matter which flavor […]

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Get Ready for A Busy Two Weeks In South Florida!

Not only is February Miami Romance Month, full of special pricing and packages at hotels, spas, shops, restaurants, and events, but it is also the height of Miami’s Winter Season.  The next two weeks are full of events that will be sure to either keep you busy or running out of town!  Next weekend is […]

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If You Love Downtown Coconut Grove, Thank the Commercial Property Owners

  Coconut Grove has been experiencing yet another revitalization.  It has been through at least three cycles of boom to gloom since I moved here in the early 1990’s but, thanks to the commercial property owners, who formed the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District and agreed to tax themselves, this boom feels different.  Why?  Because […]

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Should Port Miami Keep Their Cranes Or Make Them Flamingos?

Port Miami is the world’s busiest cruise port, surpassing 5.3 million passengers in fiscal year 2016-2017, and a major cargo port.  As such, the port has 260 foot gantry cranes to load and unload ships.  I see the cranes towering over Government Cut every time I drive to and from Miami Beach.  In his book All About Them, branding […]

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