This week's news that the AIA is relocating to the historic post office building in Downtown Miami serves as a good reminder that the Magic City is only about 116 years old. The "historic" label carries a much different meaning in these parts. Still, we may be guilty of not having preserved enough of our architectural gems.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 11/29/2012 - 1:00pm
Miami, like its basketball team, is at the top of its game - we are emerging as a global destination for tourism, business, arts and culture, finance, entertainment, and more. Maintaining this momentum will require collective humility and smarts, both in terms of where and how we deploy our community’s chief assets. If this recipe for success sounds familiar, it’s because we just witnessed a similar path to victory play out on the hard court. Now, if only we could borrow Coach Spoelstra’s playbook...
Kevin Costner has earned A-list celebrity status for memorable roles ranging from 'Crash' Davis in "Bull Durham" and 'Tin Cup' McAvoy in "Tin Cup," to Lt. Dunbar in "Dances With Wolves" and Ray Kinsella in "Field of Dreams." Now it may be time to add another line to his long-list of credits: lead vocals and rhythm guitar.
Submitted by Aaron Gordon on Mon, 04/09/2012 - 11:29am
The story of Miami's arts awakening has gone national, thanks to a feature in this weekend's San Francisco Chronicle penned by Miami's own Jane Wooldridge. The article's basic premise is one that we Miami folk have known for quite a while: the Magic City isn't about just sun and surf anymore.
Submitted by Aaron Gordon on Sun, 04/01/2012 - 10:18am
Traffic mayhem! A sudden uptick in neon bracelet sales! A disproportionate number of Dutch speakers overheard at Starbucks! It can only mean one thing: the Dade County Youth Fair has arrived. Not so fast.
Submitted by Aaron Gordon on Fri, 03/23/2012 - 3:47pm
It's not everyday that we pass on the opportunity to write about something that's near and dear to our hearts, but today's blog post authored by Matt Haggman, Miami program director for the Knight Foundation, was so well-done, so right-on-the-money that we just couldn't top it.
Submitted by Aaron Gordon on Sun, 01/15/2012 - 6:49pm
As social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare become more vital in online marketing and engagement, companies are using a new suite of metrics to measure the success of an event or digital page.