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 […]

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The 2013 Villagers Tour is “A Walk In The Grove” This Saturday

Okay.  In case you are all “arted” out by Saturday, take a break and visit some historic homes and landmarks in Coconut Grove.  The annual Villagers Tour takes place in the Grove from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. December 7.  You need to purchase tickets in advance, so you know where to go to start the tour.  […]

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The 2013 Villagers Tour is "A Walk In The Grove" This Saturday

Okay.  In case you are all “arted” out by Saturday, take a break and visit some historic homes and landmarks in Coconut Grove.  The annual Villagers Tour takes place in the Grove from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. December 7.  You need to purchase tickets in advance, so you know where to go to start the tour.  […]

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Preservation vs Private Property Rights

Several recent  articles have highlighted the issue of preservation vs private property rights.  I want to clarify that I am for historic preservation of relevant buildings but I think if it is done retroactively, it infringes on private property rights. Both the Miami Herald building, sold to Genting Malaysia, and a Robert Browning Parker home […]

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Architectural Styles In Florida

San Francisco is famous for its Old Victorian’s, Coral Gables is known for its Old Spanish, and Miami Beach for its Art Deco.  No matter where you live or travel, architectural styles play an important role in the fabric of a community.  Some other popular styles in Florida in the last 100 years include: Georgian […]

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Visiting Miami For Art Week? Check Out The James Royal Palm Hotel

The James Royal Palm Hotel is the perfect place to kick off  Miami Art Week 2012 before the opening with Art Miami on December 4.  The James Royal Palm not only features  “An Ocean Apart,” a carefully-curated art collection curated by Lauren Rottet, it also supports an Artist in Residence program for local emerging artists, […]

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Which Building in Miami Will Win “Florida’s Best Building”?

Today is the last day to vote for Florida’s Best Building.  It was fun to go through the list and vote.  I was surprised by some of the buildings that were on the list as well as by the ones that didn’t make it.  The buildings are listed by city.  Guess which is the only […]

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Which Building in Miami Will Win "Florida's Best Building"?

Today is the last day to vote for Florida’s Best Building.  It was fun to go through the list and vote.  I was surprised by some of the buildings that were on the list as well as by the ones that didn’t make it.  The buildings are listed by city.  Guess which is the only […]

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Miami Beach – Last Day of Art Deco Weekend

Today is the last day of Art Deco Weekend on Miami Beach.  Take advantage of our glorious Miami weather (Boston had a high of 26% yesterday)  and head to the beach to learn about our backyard.  Events and tours start at 10:00 a.m. so if you are a football fan, you still have plenty of […]

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Miami Beach Condos Have Many Different Architectural Styles

There are so many different styles of architecture on Miami Beach, it is no wonder that just about anyone can find their ideal building or home on the Beach.  From the Art Deco and post war buildings of passed decades to the current luxurious high rises, there are plenty of options in all price ranges […]

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