The traditionally French art of painting en plein air has been around since the mid-19th Century and has been famously executed by many artists, including Claude Monet. Plein air painting is the art of painting outdoors, creating a challenge because light and other natural occurrences are not controlled by a studio setting. On...Read More
LIVE! with Miami's Community Newspapers Miami-Dade County Commission District 8 Candidate Forum
Michael Miller moderates a forum with two of the three candidates running for Miami-Dade County Commission District 8. Vice Mayor of Palmetto Bay John DuBois and Attorney Danielle Cohen Higgins participate.Current Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava is running for county mayor and therefore is expected to resign later this year.
Lighthouse Self-Storage in Homestead – Offering Safe and Secure Features
Lighthouse Self-Storage in Homestead offers all of the valuable safety features that will keep your items secure while you are away from them. There are a number of people who love the idea of self-storage, as it is a great option to store away items you don’t wish to see every day but also hold a special place... Read More
Regional Planning Council selects Commissioner Levine Cava as chair
The South Florida Regional Planning Council selected Miami-Dade Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava to serve as its chair during its meeting on Jan. 27. The appointment comes after a five-year progression of leadership positions that the commissioner has held to help lead the council in responsible planning and smart growth in South Florida... Read More
LIVE! with Miami's Community Newspapers
Michael Miller interviews Hal Feldman, Realtor with RE/MAX Advance Realty.
Friends of Miami Animals (FoMA) conducted its inaugural “Be A Friend” fundraiser on Jan. 15 at the residence of Brigitt Rok-Potamkin and Alan Potamkin at the Surf Club Four Seasons in Surfside, raising nearly $200,000 in donations... Read More
Hobby leads to career in the music business
There are times in life when we think we have it all figured out, and we are on a path to do one thing or become one thing, and then something comes along to steer us in a different direction. Sometimes the change happens quickly, or sometimes it happens slowly over the course of time and we find ourselves eventually at a crossroads... Read More
Families can connect with
nature at Homestead Eco Fair, Feb 22
Encounter live animals, try local organic foods, enjoy live music, learn about South Florida ecosystems, take the Trolley to the National Parks, and more — all at the sixth annual Homestead Eco Fair. The free event will take place on Saturday, Feb. 22, from noon to 4 p.m., at Losner Park, 104 N. Krome Ave. in Homestead, and will feature the Homestead National Parks Trolley...Read More
Deering Estate Foundation
names new board members
The Deering Estate Foundation’s executive director Bonnie Barnes and president Becky Matkov welcomed two distinguished newly elected directors to the organization’s board of directors during the foundation’s annual meeting in January... Read More
A2Z FBC - Season 2 - Episode 5 Valentine's Day, judging books, morning texts, astroturf, and blue light.
During this fifth episode of A2ZFBC, a plethora of topics are discussed including Zu's new piano skills, valentine's day, morning texts, the drunken dragon on Miami Beach, blue light filtering glasses, expressing yourself and more. Also, a big shout out to Bryan Hernandez from the production team for taking the show to a new level 💯