The Cuban Philatelic Society of America, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the study and collection of stamps from Cuba and other countries, meets 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday at the South Miami High School cafeteria. Matias J. Ocner / Miami Herald Staff By Flavio Del Pino and Matias Ocner South Florida News Service
David Frangioni, musical director for the Little Dreams Foundation, mentors the students during one of their weekly lessons in the Photo by Ashlee Nichols. COURTESY OF LITTLE DREAMS FOUNDATION. By Kathleen Devaney South Florida News Service Read in Miami Herald. Luisa Maggioni wasn’t born when Billboard hits In The Air Tonight andAnother
Nick Bowe, 43, Alex MacKenzie, 47, and Robert Schafer, 44, pose with their motorcycles in front of Will Call Miami in Downtown where vintage motorcycle enthusiasts will gather for the annual Black Sunday swap meet. MARIA SOLEDAD LORENZINO SOUTH FLORIDA NEWS SERVICE By Daniel Uria South Florida News Service Read in Miami Herald.
Mustangs are lined up at the Mustang meets so enthusiasts can admire them and get ideas for their own cars. Maria Soledad Lorenzino / South Florida News Service By Maria Soledad Lorenzino Read in Miami Herald Michelle De La Hoz, 20, knew she wanted a Ford Mustang since she was 9,
Alisa Gabrielle poses with her sculpture entitled Cloud Nine at the 2010 ARTundressed exhibition in Los Angeles. By Jessica Cohen Read in Miami Herald About 20 years ago, Alisa Gabrielle, 43 at the time, a marriage counselor and sex therapist, sold her practice to pursue her childhood dream of becoming
By Juan Endara South Florida News Service Exclusive Ricardo Montaner is the founder of La Ventana De Los Cielos, "A Window to Heaven," a non-profit organization that aims to promote, advocate and protect the right of children and adolescents with special abilities. The organization, which is located in Homestead, Florida, specializes in physical and intellectual development
Alejandra Vivanco, 13, an eighth grader at Jorge Mas Canosa Middle School, performs with Avanzato, Miami Children’s Chorus advanced singing group, to celebrate the programs 50th year anniversary on Oct. 25 at the Miami Beach Community Church located on 1620 Drexel Ave. Matias Ocner / Miami Herald Staff By Amanda Rabines Read in
Matthew Kunkle, 29, demonstrates one of the lifts participants will attempt in Saturday’s competition. All proceeds will go to Special Olympics Florida-Miami-Dade County. Daniel Uria / South Florida News Service By Daniel Uria Read in Miami Herald Matthew Kunkle’s idea to use his passion for weightlifting as a means to raise money for a cause
Luis Manuel Perez, 22, teaches Kailee Flores, 1, how to swim at Rockway Middle School’s pool. Perez is a coach at the Down Syndrome Association of Miami and teaches children swimming lessons every Saturday of the week, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Matias Ocner / Miami Herald Staff By Melissa Rodriguez Read in Miami
STORYTELLER: Aragorn Vitali, 43, reads “The Wolves in the Walls” by Neil Gaiman at the Second Annual Spooky Storybook Hour at Keiser University in Miami. The event will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29 at Keiser University, 2101 NW 117th Ave. By Eli Vera Read in Miami Herald.