Thousands of vacationers will be escaping the frigid temperatures of the north and fly south to sunny Florida, the spring break capital of the nation. In anticipation for the influx many popular sites have set guidelines to control the crowds. Here are some rules and regulations to keep in mind while working on your
Spring Break is around the corner, meaning college students from all over the country will come down to South Florida, swarming beaches, tourist attractions and hotels. If you’re not into the crowds, however, here’s a list of things to that are (hopefully) not gong to be overrun with party-goers. Molasses
Bestselling cookbook author Ayesha Curry and renowned Chef Michael Mina have joined forces once again, opening a third International Smoke location Feb. 27 at Aventura Mall. The restaurant’s locations in San Francisco and Houston has received guests such as President Barack Obama and rapper Drake. According to a press release
FIU’s Black Student Union recently hosted a “Culture Fest” in honor of Black History Month Feb. 24 on the Biscayne Bay Campus. The festival celebrated different cultures from the black community through art, dance and food. The festival showcased the cuisine of various black communities, ranging from African-American soul food to Haitian cuisine.
Over 500 people and 40 performing artists took the floor at the Wynwood Yard Friday night in celebration of one of Colombia’s biggest folkloric traditions. According to Rosmy Camargo, the director of Puerta de Oro de Colombia, the Carnival of Barranquilla is among the most popular of festivities in the country.
The Scene and Sound hosts members from the band Moongazer. Philip Michael and Allan Saul talk about their band, psychedelic culture and tease some music from their new album, Exit Babylon. Your hosts are Steven Guillen and Lukas Alzate
Miami-Dade Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan hosted the sixth annual Black Heritage festival on Saturday at Miami Coral City Park where she invited Florida Memorial University students and others to represent their historically black college or university. A junkanoo group walked onto stage to start off the festival. A step team from Miami Norland Middle
OUT Miami’s Fourth Annual Bow Tie Bash Saturday brought together family, friends, and supporters of the LGBTQ community to raise money for the foundation. People like Daniella Bayo, the older sister of Executive Director Jaime Bayo, helped the event run smoothly. “I’ve been at every one,” she said. “The first
AfriCOBRA, a movement founded in Chicago, held a panel discussion at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami on Wednesday. Standing for “African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists,” and is focused on creating images to help define the Black Arts Movement. The discussion accompanied a group exhibition of artists from the group, which
The 91st Annual Academy Awards are this Sunday and will be held in the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Live Hollywood’s most glamorous night right here in South Florida, and head to one of these locations to enjoy the show: The Citadel – Following their recent grand opening, the Citadel is