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 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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Live. Work. Play. Repeat in Sunset Harbour District of Miami Beach

  I love the Sunset Harbor area of Miami Beach.  It is a non-touristy part of Miami Beach, right before you get on the Venetian Causeway.  I have been going there for years, when it was just a bunch of auto repair warehouses with a great Italian restaurant, Sardinia.  Then came Scott Robins with his […]

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Miami Beach Loft-Style Condo Is Perfect Pied-A-Terre For Art Lovers

Just in time for Art Miami and Art Basel, this unique New York City style apartment comes on the market.  The light and bright unit features an open floor plan with plenty of wall space for art.  The kitchen features a Viking gas stove and a great layout for entertaining. Located in the heart of […]

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Christie’s Auction of Modigliani’s Reclining Nude Fetches $170,405,000

Miami Beach’s Art Week featuring Art Miami, Art Basel, and many other satellite art fairs isn’t doesn’t start until December 1, but Christie’s just hinted at what may be the biggest art season yet with a record setting night, including the sale of Amedeo Modigliani’s Nu couché.  

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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.

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Celebrate Seafood Festival Weekend This Weekend

South Florida has an abundance of seafood, so why not celebrate by attending both the SoBe Seafood Festival on Miami Beach on Saturday October 19 and Coconut Grove Seafood Festival at Peacock Park in Coconut Grove on Sunday, the 20th.

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The PubBelly Guys Are At It Again – Taco Belly Pop Up A Hit

I am a big fan of the Pub Belly team.  Although I have never eaten at their original restaurant, Pub Belly, I am a frequent eater of Pub Belly Sushi, Barceloneta tapas, and now, Taco Belly.  The tacos pictured above are Korean beef with Kimchee, and although they were my favorite everything we tried was […]

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10 Things To Do In Miami In October

I love October in South Florida.  Not only does the weather start to tease with occasional cooler, drier temperatures, but it is the official start of our art season.  Although we now have cultural activities year-round with our monthly art walks, museum exhibits, and great musical programming at the Arsht Center and venues throughout South […]

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Properties Close To Public Transportation Popular During and After The Recession

Properties that were in communities near public transportation with frequent routes did 42% better in maintaining their value than those that were not near public transportation.  As real estate sales in Miami continue to rise, neighborhoods near public transportation are some of the areas with the tightest inventories. Many communities, such as Brickell and Coral Gables, have added trolleys […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Buying, Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Neighborhood News, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, Selling
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