Thursday, August 30, 2012

Miami culture

  • Third annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge announced

    Advertisement. The Miami Dolphins have announced that the third annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge (DCC), a two-day, 170-mile trans-Florida charity cycling event to benefit Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, will take place on November 3-4, 2012.

  • Miami DDA launches inaugural DWNTWN Art Days, Sept. 7-8

    Working in tandem with a variety of arts and cultural institutions, the Miami Downtown Development Authority (Miami DDA) will show its support for the area's cultural renaissance through its inaugural DWNTWN Art Days Event, Sept. 7-8. For the first ...

  • Culture shock could affect students

    Miami is unique. It has a distinctive culture that sets it apart from the rest of the world. Mirriam-Webster defines culture shock as "a sense of confusion or uncertainty sometimes with feelings of anxiety that may affect those that are exposed to a ...

  • Miami and South Florida History Class

    ... culture and music to bring together natives, immigrants and exiles in a great international celebration of the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the image of Cuba's patroness, the Virgin of Charity.

  • Neil Armstrong leaves a legacy of wonder

    Neil Armstrong · Space · Society · Culture · Science. Advertisement. Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon in July 1969 on the Apollo 11 mission that spawned much controversy and conspiracy theories.

  • Kim Bacardi's birthday bash raises funds for Isaac-torn Haiti

    Even as Isaac swept into Miami Saturday night, philanthropist Kimberly Shenker-Bacardi was using her birthday party to raise funds for disaster-ravaged Haiti, which the storm was still pummeling.

  • Filming in Miami

    ... the Miami-Dade County Mayor's Office of Film & Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor's Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823; and the Miami Beach Office of Arts, Culture and Entertainment-Film and Print Division, (305) 673-7070.

  • Miami no longer 'The U,' former Heisman Trophy winner says

    ... Heisman Trophy winner's view on the Miami Hurricanes' outlook: "The thing about Miami is, the kids there, they're kinda caught in the culture of 'We are The U.' They kinda just feel like they can just go out there and they'll bow down to what they ...

  • Cultural crossroads

    Fuentes points out what South Floridians know well from daily experience: Miami is a Caribbean hub for more than changing airplanes.

  • PortMiami Invites Artists to Decorate Its Campus

    Collaborating with the Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs and through its Art in Public Places Program, the port has issued a national call to professional artists for their submissions to create works of public art for PortMiami.

  • Sarasota: Where culture, nature share the stage

    Southwest, United and Spirit fly nonstop from Fort Lauderdale to Tampa; American flies nonstop from Miami. There are no direct flights between Miami or Fort Lauderdale and Sarasota. Information: Sarasota Convention and Visitors Bureau, 800-800-3906 or ...

  • What to do if you're in Miami Beach during a hurricane

    Soak in the local culture. Explore the places the locals frequent- the dive bars, the local shops, or just take walks along the beach.

  • Miami for All: Culture Vultures

    Miami-based artists are well represented here. That was by design: Millennium Partners, the hotel's developer, wanted to shift the spotlight onto living artists contributing to the cultural fabric of the community and give them an alternative forum for ...

  • Chad Johnson cut from NFL's Miami Dolphins football team

    TMZ reported that an inside source close to Chad Johnson revealed that Chad had a meeting Miami's head coach Joe Philbin on Sunday evening, and has been officially cut from the team according to Fox News sports reporter Jay Glazier.

  • Miami prepares for Tropical Storm Isaac

    Culture Connoisseurs consistently offer thought-provoking, timely comments on the arts, lifestyle and entertainment. More about badges | Request a badge.

  • Viernes Culturales: Little Havana's Rebirth Begins

    The plaintive wail of a bolero crooner echoes across a dusty sidewalk baked by a merciless sun. Soon the ringing chords of a Spanish guitar erupt from a Little Havana souvenir shop.

  • Rap singer Juvenile arrested for hotel brawl

    Rapper Juvenile was reported to have been arrested at a Miami, Florida hotel on Sunday night for fighting. TMZ reported that Juvenile was taken to the police station and booked on disorderly conduct charges.

  • Miami Hurricanes Kicking Off 2012 Season

    Miami will lose its share of games this year, but where there's reason to debate Mandel is the notion that the Canes will "stink".

  • Friends of Chamber Music Miami announces fall schedule

    Friends of Chamber Music Miami will be starting it's 57th year in the fall. The lineup of 10 subscription concerts are quite impressive.

  • Chad Johnson's cheating scandal continues to grow

    Radar's source stated: "Chad has been paying Amber $2000 a month for her apartment and flying her in and out of Miami so they could meet up." But since Johnson's career and life in general back fired on him, Amber Priddy, the former Black Men magazine ...

No comments:

Post a Comment