Over the past seven or so years the City of South Miami has been on a mission to re-brand the City of Pleasant Living, with Commissioner Josh Liebman leading the charge. “For as long as I could remember, this city was lacking an identity,” says Liebman. “So as soon as I could, as a city commissioner, I took on the job of improving our image. After all, South Miami is a great place to live. I want people to know that. I want us all to be proud of our hometown... Read More
Grant Miller jams out at
Musicians Discount Center
Grant Miller stops by Musicians Discount Center to say hi and play every single instrument he can!
Having a pet can help your mental and physical wellbeing, as well as give you an overall better quality of life. But when you go select that new pet, please adopt, don’t shop... Read More
Inaugural BayCrest Music & Food Fest set for January 26th
Mark the date of Sunday, January 26, 2020 on your calendar and plan to enjoy the inaugural BayCrest Music & Food Fest, an extraordinary day of great music, delicious food and family fun at Palmetto Bay Park, located at 17535 S.W. 95thAvenue, just east of U.S.1... Read More
Why Do You Need A Dash Cover?
Dash covers are an aftermarket accessory that drivers purchase to either 1) protect their existing dash or 2) cover or restore the dash when it is damaged. There are many ways a dashboard can show damage over time. This could be cracks in the dash, a sticky dash, bubbles in the dash, and much more.
The Rubell Museum on Nov. 27 announced its partnership with Brightline, the nation’s first privately funded high-speed intercity railway connecting Miami-Dade, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. To celebrate the new Rubell Museum, Brightline debuted a train wrapped with images drawn from Haring’s iconic work in the museum’s collection... Read More
Taste of Redland Sunday Brunch and Weekly Farm Stand in Redland Launches
On Sunday, Nov. 17, Taste of Redland launched Market Sundays and The Locavore Kitchen, a weekly farm stand open every Sunday featuring an onsite mobile kitchen serving locally inspired cuisine on a five-acre farm in South Dade. Over 700 people from all parts of South Florida turned out for the opening in The Redland, as they enjoyed true Florida-raised food, made-from-scratch and prepared by award-winning master chef Vincent Gourmet... Read More
Rabbi finds shades of gray in a black and white world
When I was at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I organized Lunch and Learns at the Hillel Center for Jewish Life. I brought in the local Conservative rabbi and asked him to discuss the afterlife... Read More