Photographer to put Passion On Display at “Art Walk”

By Maria Camila Bernal Published in The Miami Herald and Sun Sentinel Peggy Levison Nolan was in her 40s when she was given her first camera. She had dropped out of school, married, had seven children and, then, divorced. The camera, given to Nolan by her father to photograph her children, changed her life completely. She went back to

2012-04-11T00:51:38+00:00 April 11th, 2012|Categories: Arts & Culture|

Bikes Glow For A Good Cause

By Maria Camila Bernal and Jessica Roiz Read in The Miami Herald Adam Schachner, a high school teacher in South Miami, just received an order of neon green glow in the dark paint to decorate his bicycle. “It’s gorgeous, and it glows,” said Schachner, 32. “I can’t wait to see what it’s going to look like when

2012-03-08T01:25:51+00:00 March 8th, 2012|Categories: Arts & Culture|

A Growing Arts Scene Attracts Visitors To The Bird Road Area For Monthly Arts Walks

By Alex Prada Published in The Miami Herald After 20 years as an electrical engineer, Manny Nogueira decided his work had become too stressful and he needed a hobby. He turned to his wife’s interest in art. Yet, there was a problem. He couldn’t paint. But Nogueira persisted. He began creating and selling small paintings of

2012-02-16T02:00:52+00:00 February 16th, 2012|Categories: Arts & Culture, Lifestyle|

Stomping Their Way To A Good Time

By Jessica De Leon Published in The Miami Herald Margaret Rodriguez traveled more than 14 miles on Saturday to stomp on star fruit. “That was a workout,” said Rodriguez, 36, after more than two minutes of stomping barefoot on fresh carambola. “I’m out of breath.” Rodriguez of Cutler Bay was among nearly the 1,000 who journeyed to

2012-02-15T01:45:45+00:00 February 15th, 2012|Categories: Food & Dining|

Coconut Grove Kickball League Serves Up Balls and Brews

  By Kristen Rubio Read in The Miami Herald Two years ago, 20-year-old Martha Valdes watched as her friends, 21 and older, played a game of kickball in Coconut Grove hosted by the World Adult Kickball Association. Valdes wanted to join the league, but according to the rules, she had to be 21 because drinking before and

2011-11-10T22:56:18+00:00 November 10th, 2011|Categories: Lifestyle, Uncategorized|

Young Artist Plans Murals to Show Haiti’s Resilience After Quake

By Jennifer Moreno Read in The Miami Herald A year and a half after Haiti’s major earthquake, Miami pop artist Gabriel Gimenez, 21, has dedicated his time and efforts to capture the resilience of Haitians through his next large mural project. Gimenez, also known as GG, is creating two murals simultaneously — one in Little Haiti in

2011-09-08T00:33:09+00:00 September 8th, 2011|Categories: Arts & Culture|

Dining in the Dark Can be Very…Illuminating

  By Monica Villar Read in the Sun Sentinel, The Palm Beach Post and The Stuart News Sarah Porter, a speech language pathologist in Fort Lauderdale, was hoping for a special celebration for her 29th birthday. When a friend suggested "dark dining" at Market 17 restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, she couldn't resist. "I was looking for something new

2011-09-06T21:38:35+00:00 September 6th, 2011|Categories: Food & Dining, Lifestyle|

Homestead Winery Will Craft Beers

By Adriana Montoya Published in Sun Sentinel, The Palm Beach Post and The Stuart News Schnebly Redland's Winery, which celebrates its sixth anniversary in October as Miami-Dade's first commercial wine production facility, is expanding to include an in-house brewery. Owners Peter and Denisse Schnebly, who say the beer will be available for Oktoberfest, plan to integrate the same

2011-06-02T16:18:57+00:00 June 2nd, 2011|Categories: Food & Dining, Lifestyle|