For a second year, the Lantern Light Festival comes to Miami. The festival takes place at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds from November 30 to January 20. The festival features handmade lanterns that are 30 feet tall or up to 300 feet long. The lanterns symbolize illuminating the future and the reunion of family. Guests are
On November 9, the Miami Folk & Indie Fest will be held at The Wynwood Yard. There will be live music, food, and drinks for guests to enjoy throughout the night. This is a dog-friendly event, so bring along your four-legged best friends for the fun. Also, this is a family event, so kids are
On Sunday, Oct. 14, The HistoryMiami Museum will celebrate its second annual CultureFest 305. The event will feature artist workshops, crafting activities for families, music, performances, and food with samples from local restaurants. Some of the performances include: A martial arts presentation by Master Xiaming Lu; an Afro-Cuban drumming workshop led by Ogundamasa; and a bean-to-bar
On Friday, Oct. 12, the 14th Annual Art Competition will be held in Studio 18 in Pembroke Pines. This free event is from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The competition won't have paintings alone, but will include digital art, photography, sculptures and drawings.
On Thursday, Oct. 11, the Office of Student Activities at Palm Beach State College will host “Latino (a) in 2018”. There will be a panel to discuss political, social, and economic issues that are of importance to the Latin community. The event will be held at Lake Worth Campus, room CBP 103.
On Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 7:30 p.m. Miami-Dade Kendall Dance and the Jubilation Dance Ensemble will present "One Endless Voice" at the McCarthy Theater, room 6120 at the Kendall Campus. The show will demonstrate Latin American dances (Cuban Cha-Cha and Puerto Rican Bomba) then have a discussion about Hispanic heritage, politics, power and influence. Guest
As we all know, South Florida is rich in Hispanic culture, especially in Miami. The city and its many neighborhoods—Bayside, Wynwood and South Beach, to name a few—are often filled with the smell of arroz con frijoles or empanadas and the sounds of salsa music and accents from all over Central and South America. By