The Miami International Art Fair 2012 is underway – and you can see images from the preview night at the Fair right here! For more information about the event, visit DowntownMiamiNews.
Category Archives: Miami Attractions
A Best of the Best showcase, Miami’s Springfest 2011 is in full effect. A two-day event held at Bicentennial Park, this two day show features R&B and Hip-Hop music during day 1, and adds in Raggae and Live Concerts on day 2. Check out these … Read More →
Boaters are already in full-swing, celebrating Memorial Day by hanging out on various party islands across the area, including Biscayne Bay. This island is smack dab in Biscayne Bay, between the Julia Tuttle and Venetian Causeways, directly in front of Margaret Pace Park. As you … Read More →
The Marlin Stadium construction continues in Miami, preparing for next year’s scheduled opening. With it’s large shiny roof, the stadium shines bright many days, but it is a great example of a community coming together to enjoy baseball! MLB has a very cool camera setup … Read More →
Miami has a very rich Haitian community, full of life and culture. Annually, the Compas Festival brings Haitians together to celebrate. The lead photo is from tonights performance during the 13th Annual Compas Festival in Bicentennial Park and below are several images from the original … Read More →
Miami’s Marine Stadium is a showcase location, designed by Hilario Candela, which was known for incredible musical events, boat races and more. After hurricane Andrew, the Miami Marine Stadium was shuttered. Over the years, graffiti and vandalism has taken it’s toll – as well as … Read More →
Miami’s Redlands hosts one of the most unique animal attractions I’ve ever seen – Monkey Jungle. A local Miami attraction since 1933, Monkey Jungle isn’t a high-tech, shiny, plastic tourist trap. Instead, it’s an old-school attraction that has survived the hurricanes of Florida for over … Read More →