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Miami Celebrates the Fourth of July, 2018. The Key Biscayne 4th of July Parade is looking for creative people to participate in this year’s parade. È il 242esimo compleanno dell'America, quindi preparati a festeggiare con parate, barbecue e fuochi d'artificio!

Accomodatevi in uno dei caffè sul marciapiede di Ocean Drive o nei bar panoramici e osservate lo spettacolo pirotecnico alle 21:00. Lo spettacolo si svolgerà sulla spiaggia lungo Ocean Drive, tra la quinta e la quindicesima strada. Bayfront Park e Bayside Marketplace ospiterà "America's Birthday Bash", alle ore 21:00 uno dei più grandi fuochi d'artificio del sud Florida. Dalle 10 di mattina fino a mezzanotte, con un'area giochi per bambini, cibo e bevande e musica dal vivo. More

In beautiful Miami, it always feels like a vacation. MAY 30 - JUN 03 2018 it is bikini season all year round,
so it should come as no surprise that the Magic City has become a mecca of the hottest resort wear fashions. Catering to its surroundings, Miami Fashion Week (MFW) celebrates resort wear. From May 30 to June 3, 2018, this coveted event will return to South Florida to debut the 2019 collections of some of the best international designers. More

Miami Beach si prepara al Memorial Day del 12 aprile e all'apertura ufficiale della stagione estiva. Le celebrazioni vedranno militari, cittadini e turisti uniti in una kermesse di commozione e festa a stelle e strisce. Il Memorial Day non è solo una festa federale dedicata a coloro che hanno dato la vita mentre prestavano servizio nelle forze armate, ma è anche il calcio d'inizio non ufficiale per la stagione delle vacanze estive. Moltissime le cerimonie del Memorial Day per rendere omaggio agli uomini e alle donne che hanno dato la vita per servire il loro paese. More

Shop Miami Month returns March 2018. Miami offers an eclectic mix of shopping experiences. You can find open-air malls steps from the beach at Lincoln Road, high-end luxury shopping at Bal Harbor, a one-of-a-kind blend of design and goods in the Design District, and charming boutiques along Miracle Mile. Shop to your heart's content and immerse yourself in a shopping experience so diverse and unique that it could only take place in Greater Miami and the Beaches. And of course, no shopping day is complete without a bite to eat and a cocktail to relax. More

Swam di funkshion: fashion week miami beach swim. Miami Beach - Art deco District/South Beach. Funkshion Tent tra 21st street e 22nd street su Collins Avenue Miami Beach , fl 33139 (305) 607-4918.

It’s only natural that Miami, a place with summer all year around, would be the ideal choice for the swimsuit industry’s biggest event of the year. All the major labels come out to play and young up-and-coming designers vie for a spot to get their suits into the eyes of the fashion elite. More

North America’s foremost international modern and contemporary art fair has called Miami Beach. December 6-10: Showcasing over 250 galleries from 31 countries inside the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Through the years, Miami’s own local galleries have made their way into the venerated exhibition space, including Fredric Snitzer Gallery and Spinello Projects, further cementing Miami as a world cultural capital. Miami Beach Convention Center - 1901 Convention Center Drive - Miami Beach, FL 33139. December 6-10 2017. More

With Irma behind, Miami and Florida return to shine the eternal sun
States are real observers of natural events and perfect remedial organizers

The University of Miami is closely monitoring Hurricane Irma, a major category 5 storm with maximum sustained winds of 185 mph, which is currently located approximately 1,475 miles east-southeast of Miami-Dade County. The potential for impacts to South Florida are increasing and plans are being rapidly implemented to ensure the safety of our University Community and facilities. The earliest time South Florida would experience impacts is Friday.

University leadership has decided to cancel all classes and student-related events on the Coral Gables and Rosenstiel School campuses Wednesday through Friday, September 6-8. All weekend classes are also cancelled. The University is strongly encouraging all students on the Coral Gables and Marine campuses to leave South Florida. At a minimum, students will be given 48 hours notice to return before classes will resume, and an exact date for the resumption of classes on the Coral Gables and Marine campuses has not been set.

President Frenk has declared a State of Emergency to emphasize the importance of response to this critical threat to life-safety and ensure all necessary University resources are being allocated to prepare for this storm. The University’s Emergency Operations Center will be activated tomorrow to ensure a coordinated University response over the coming days. An additional communication will be issued later this afternoon with information on changes or cancellations of classes on the Miller School campus. Offices on all the campuses will be open tomorrow. There are no changes to other campus or clinical operations at this time. Updated information will follow later today and tomorrow regarding potential changes.

Puglia, a journey among nature, culture and cuisine, in the most visited region of Italy.The region anciently known as Apulia by the Romans, even inhabited by the Greeks, Byzantines, Arabs and then by the Angevin and Bourbons is not just sea and cities to visit but also natural attractions and beautiful landscapes such as villages, sunsets, farms, castles and Salento.Into the land that arises from the embrace of two seas, the Adriatic and Ionian Sea, you may discover some of the most beautiful stretches of coast in the World with stunning vertical cliffs and long beachsurrounded by Mediterranean vegetation. More...

Florida’s Premier Home Improvement Show. The Southeast's largest home improvement and design event, the Home Show helps makes South Florida homes more beautiful and livable by showcasing thousands of products and services for upscale residential decorating, remodeling and home improvements. September 1-4, Miami Beach.

At the Home Design & Remodeling Show, you get to experience Florida’s home remodeling industry at its very best. When you enter, you will be greeted with a diverse range of products and solutions tailored specifically to the Florida housing market. More...

Puglia, a journey among nature, culture and cuisine, in the most visited region of Italy. “Italian California” amazes for landscapes and hospitality. The magical Salento - Lecce, “the town that dwells me”- a guide to get lost (to find oneself).

“Apulia’s Athens”, “Florence of the South”, “Paradise of papier- mâché” are just some of the epithets that has over the time been able to earn Lecce, the town I live in, but mostly, the town that dwells me. The same that, since I moved in for study reasons, adopted me a little heart’s piece at time.

Miami Beach International Fashion Week 2017 - May 31st - June 4th, 2017. Miami Fashion Week, much like Miami, is influenced by the Miami’s connections to South and Central America.

Miami Fashion Week focuses on the clothes that make sense to show in Miami – resort wear. Miami has always been a resort wear kind-of –town. We lounge in bikinis year around and visitors can pack a book bag with two bathing suits and a cover-up and make it last a weekend. Even dressing up in Miami is a resort kind-of affair. You’ll never, ever need a coat around here and even a scarf or boots don’t get pulled out of the closet very often. More...

Metromover, a 4.4-mile tram that loops around Downtown Miami, interconnects with Metrorail and Metrobus. Cars run every few minutes and stop every few blocks, and the service is free.

Everybody rides free on Metromover. This 4.4-mile electrically-powered, fully automated people mover system connects with Metrorail at Government Center and Brickell stations and with Metrobus at various locations throughout downtown. Major destinations of the Metromover system include the American Airlines Arena, Bayside Market Place, Miami-Dade College and the Miami-Dade County School Board. The Metromover inner loop and the outer loop (Omni and Brickell) run from 5 a.m. to midnight seven days a week. Trains arrive frequently.

Funkshion Productions is excited to announce that Swim Fashion Week will once again heat up Miami Beach from July 13 – 17, 2016.

A year after taking over the production of the hottest swimwear shows, Funkshion continues to present the exclusive tent venue of the runway shows for swim week. “This season is especially important as we evolve Swim Fashion Week to showcase the brightest talent in the industry today,” said Sale Stojanovic, partner and co-founder of Funkshion Productions. “Designers from all over the globe are choosing to showcase their brands in Miami Beach because of the growth of the trade shows and media focus. That has inspired us to innovate and offer the most creative options for the brands to tell their stories. (More..)

Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach is participating in Miami Museum Month during May 1 - May 31.

Learn more about the Miami Museum Month Program This inspiring memorial, designed by Kenneth Treister F.A.I.A., is a tribute to the six million Jewish victims of Nazi terrorism before and during World War II. Around the monument, the walls of a tunnel-like passage chronicle the images of the death camps. It also features a photographic mural and a Memorial Wall with the names of the victims. Guided group tours available and a 22-minute documentary film on the creation of the Holocaust Memorial is available for viewing upon request (film schedule 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.). Admission is free and open to the public seven days a week from 10 a.m.-10 p.m.

MIAMI BEACH GAY PRIDE - APR 08 - APR 10 2016 - The LGBT community has always felt welcome at Miami Beach. All year there are beaches popular with the gay crowd, nightclubs and venues, parties and more, but it’s the yearly Miami Beach Gay Pride Festival that brings everyone together in a colorful celebration and parade.

In sunny mid-April every year, the Gay Pride Parade is the largest single-day event of the year on Miami Beach. In 2011, there were more than 40,000 people spectators and by 2013 that number had grown to 80,000. (More..)

Starts the Miami Cruise Month. - Greater Miami and The Beaches kicked off 2016 with the third edition of the Miami Cruise Month, sponsored by Citibank and active until 31 January. Also this year, the initiative is held in conjunction with the most popular time for bookings in the cruise industry: the Wave season. Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau has again collaborated with many companies to ensure the best promotions on cruises booked in January and undertaken throughout the course of the year, as well as exclusive offers for stays in Miami pre-and post cruise. (More..)

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade – Miami January 18, 2017 - The most visible figure in the Civil Rights movement, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is honored across the country annually on the third Monday in January with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Born January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia, the holiday falls close to his birthday.

As chief spokesman of the movement to end racial discrimination in state and federal laws in the 1950s and 1960s, King organized several marches and peaceful protests. In 1963, he organized the famous March on Washington, which was memorialized in 2013 by President Barack Obama on its 50th anniversary. (More..)

Miami Beach, Veteran's day 2015. South Floridians gather on Veteran's Day to celebrate, remember heroes.

Remembering how much starting over a normal life is difficult for a soldier who comes back from war, United States of America honored their veterans yesterday during the Veterans Day.
In honor of Veteran's Day, South Florida is celebrating and honoring our military men and women through festive parades and commemoration ceremonies Tuesday.
In Miami Beach, a Veteran's Day parade marched down the street as the city saluted veterans with an exciting line of floats and marching bands along Washington Avenue. (More..)




Miami opens "Spice Restaurant" dining experiences for locals and tourists. The Cadet Hotel with its "Pied à Terre" among the most requested by tasters: Call us at 305 672 6688 or email us

Miami Spice Restaurant Month: August 1 to September 30, visitors and residents can enjoy special rates in over 165 restaurants in the area. Miami Spa Month and Miami Spice Restaurant Month Temptations are part of the program, which promotes the best of Miami at cheaper prices. Tasty dishes and eclectic are created by chef known throughout the world, offering to residents and visitors a taste of the extraordinarily rich culinary scene of Miami. Pied à Terre @ The Cadet Hotel is Participating in Miami Spice During August 1 - September 30. (More..)

SKYRISE MIAMI is the iconic landmark of the great City of Miami where the world comes to play.

SKYRISE MIAMI is also only minutes away from South Beach, anointed the “American Rivera” and crowned by Ocean Drive, a worldwide catwalk of see-and-be-seen nightclubs, shops, hotels and restaurants. SKYRISE MIAMI exemplifies all that Miami is known the world over for as a premier vacation destination and international city. SKYRISE MIAMI is the heart of Downtown Miami’s Bayfront Entertainment Center. Standing on the water’s edge of Bayside Marketplace, a shopping and dining destination for over 23 million annual visitors.

University of Miami Located in Southern Florida, the University of Miami has an ideal location for students who love the outdoors.

Is a private institution that was founded in 1925. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 11,380, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 239 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. University of Miami's ranking in the 2015 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 48. Its tuition and fees are $44,350 (2014-15). University of Miami is one of more than 600 institutions with graduate schools surveyed by U.S. News on an annual basis. University of Miami confers degrees through various schools such as: the School of Business Administration, the School of Law, the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, the College of Engineering, and the School of Education and Human Development.

History of Miami International Airport. Historical records of passengers to the Miami International Airport, which closed in 2013 with the incredible milestone of 40 million travelers.

MIA is currently the second busiest international gateway in the United States. In 2012 Miami International Airport handled 39.4-million passengers and 391,195 takeoffs and landings. Has six concourses with over 130 gates. Forty-two scheduled passenger carriers serve the airport (as of 2013) with flights to over 133 global destinations. American Airlines and its subsidiary (American Eagle) are the busiest operators with more than 328 daily flights to 114 worldwide destinations. Lufthansa Airlines launched Airbus A-380 service between Miami and Frankfurt on June 10, 2011.

Miami Art Basel Events: Miami as a world cultural capital. Showcasing over 250 galleries from 31 countries inside the Miami Beach Convention Center

MIAMI (Usa) - North America’s foremost international modern and contemporary art fair has called Miami Beach home for more than a decade, showcasing over 250 galleries from 31 countries inside the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Through the years, Miami’s own local galleries have made their way into the venerated exhibition space, including Fredric Snitzer Gallery and Spinello Projects, further cementing Miami as a world cultural capital. Widely considered the most important and exciting time of year in Miami, Art Basel Miami Beach brings a certain electricity to the air in early December. The fair attracts a sophisticated international crowd of gallerists, artists, collectors, and “glitterati” to the sands of South Beach, and beyond. The fair at the convention center is undeniably the main event.

Formally the Miami Art Museum (MAM) - the new Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) has been under construction in Downtown, Miami and preparing for a grand opening scheduled to coincide with Art Basel Miami Beach. The new Perez Art Museum is racing to the finish with stunning views of Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami - not to mention the restaurant, bar, gift shop, hanging gardens and a unique, functional front door - the PAMM is the most anticipated addition to Miami's evolving arts and cultural habitat. After two and a half years after breaking ground, the museum is remarkably close to being finished, more than 9o percent completed and on track for a December Art Basel debut. The Perez Art Museum is a modern and contemporary art museum dedicated to the 2oth and 21st centuries, it is designed to achieve silver LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.

Basket. Miami Heat, sometimes the story of a basketball game is what doesn't happen.

So here's what didn't happen Saturday night at Madison Square Garden, not after the first timeout and even after the second: Shane Battier didn't come out. He didn't come out until after the first quarter had been completed, and he had thoroughly flustered and somehow outscored his main mark, Carmelo Anthony, by an 11-4 count. "A lot of things I can't explain tonight," Battier said, after the Miami Heat's 106-91 victory against the New York Knicks. "A lot of things." Battier's unexpected extended early usage—part of a 30-minute night—was just one of head coach Erik Spoelstra's many surprises Saturday night, a night that, in a sense, signaled the early start of the Heat's more serious spring.

Spoelstra, who has typically used nine, 10 or even 11 players in the first half, used only eight until just 50 seconds remained in the fourth quarter. Only then did he want to get LeBron James (30 points, eight rebounds, seven assists, six steals) and Dwyane Wade (22 points, four rebounds, four assists, two steals) off the floor. The coach warned not to read too much into it, that he simply didn't want to remove Battier when the forward was going so well, and that he kept looking for places to insert Greg Oden. That all may be true, and certainly Oden should get a shot on Monday against Detroit's massive front line.

1915 - The Miami Beach Century - 2015
In 2015 the City of Miami Beach will celebrate its 100th anniversary which will be highlighted by an extraordinary mega beach concert. It will be a celebration on a scale that our world famous destination has never witnessed.

The event will additionally provide an unprecedented platform from which our city will focus on protecting our spectacular marine and coastal ecology with an emphasis on climate change strategies for our future.

As an ocean-side city with one of the most popular and celebrated beaches in the world - we believe 2015 is the year to celebrate both our illustrious past and also start the next 100 years by increasing awareness for a global climate initiative with Miami Beach leading the way.

We have engaged ACT Productions (Miami Beach) as our Executive Producer for this event. Bruce Orosz, president, and his team at ACT are developing a visionary event securing major acts in music and show business to participate - honoring the serious history Miami Beach has and continues to play in the music, art, film, theater and TV world for the last 100 years and going forward.

Our team is currently developing the biggest entertainment event in Miami Beach’s history which will feature the most significant iconic figures to have contributed to the fabric of the City. We look forward to welcoming you to join our city and be a part of this historic series of event celebrating 100 years of our legacy. Sincerely, Philip Levine - Mayor, City of Miami Beach

Romantic, hip, arty, beachy: Miami is the place to live out your dreams. Miami is always a wonderful destination for a vacation or business trip. The beaches are beautiful, many of the hotels are unique and glamorous, and the city is a mélange of many cultures. Visitors flood Miami from all over the world; Thus it is a fascinating part of any trip there to listen to all of the various accents one hears while exploring the city. Miami offers something for everyone. Senior citizens enjoy their memories of the "old" Miami, twenty some things enjoy the dance spots that give them a chance to dance away their late nights, and sun lovers of all ages enjoy the beautiful climate of Miami.

Thoroughly Modern Miami: Next, it is back to the future where one can be surrounded and thrilled with our singular collection of 1930's and 1940's Art Deco treasures and newly appreciated Miami Modern masterpieces. South Florida's unique blend of Black neighborhoods... (More)
Network's Arts and Events calendar for Miami, serving both residents and visitors from near and far. The EventGuide service's goal is to provide you with definitive answers to the perpetual quandry of "What Do You Want To Do Today?".... (More)
First of all, relax. It’s impossible to see everything in Miami on your first visit. With attractions both man-made and natural, beaches galore, shopping, nightlife and a dizzying array of arts and culture, your first time in Miami can leave you feeling pulled in too many ... (More)
America's Party Beach, at 1 Washington Avenue and stroll through the party that runs until around 21st Street. This beach at the southern tip of Miami Beach is the South Beach that you've seen on TV, read about in magazines and seen in postcards... (More)

Florida has a real ability to surprise: it has America’s oldest city (St Augustine), a rich Native American heritage (with the Seminole tribe), a legacy of early 20th-century expansion (Henry Flagler’s railroads) and the home of space exploration (at the Kennedy Space Center). It’s also home the Ringling circus business, which promises “the Greatest Show on Earth”. There is one other reason why many return – value for money. When you’re splashing out on your annual two-week trip, you want a good return on your investment. Florida delivers a consistent, reliable and quality-conscious holiday that is the nearest thing to a guarantee you’ll find in today’s travel world. Not for nothing is this called the Sunshine State, but be aware that May to September can be fiendishly hot and humid, with temperatures rising above 95F/35C. The ideal cooler-but-pleasant weather runs from March to early May and mid-October to late November.

Key West - This tiny island might be at the end of the Keys, but should also garner a spot at the top of your list. This little refuge knock your socks off with exciting festivals, laid-back bars and fascinating people. However, the shores themselves can also be a bit ... (More)
Fort Lauderdale - Often overlooked for Miami, Fort Lauderdale's less chaotic, less crowded beaches are its greatest asset. Fort Lauderdale is both family- and budget-friendly, offering significantly lower hotel room rates than other nearby Florida beach towns ... (More)
Daytona - Hearing "20 miles of beachfront" will tempt many vacation-seekers, but the typical Daytona beachgoer usually has something else in mind. Despite recent efforts to appeal to families (Orlando, amusement park central, is just an hour away) ... (More)
Naples - Overflowing with golf courses, gourmet eateries and boutique shops, Naples offers travelers an upscale Florida retreat. The luxury resorts and costly activities make a Naples vacation quite expensive. But luckily, the beaches are free to enjoy ... (More)
West Palm Beach has captured the hearts of millionaires — and it will likely steal yours, too. The shores lack the crowds found farther south, and the greater Palm Beach area features a variety of boutique hotels and high-end restaurants ... (More)
Destin - Midwestern and Southern families flock to "The World's Luckiest Fishing Village" for its white sands and frequent sunshine. Destin is one of Florida's most affordable beach towns, though temperatures, visitor volume and room rates are at their highest in the summer ... (More)
Sanibel island - You'll be hard-pressed to find a place in Florida with quieter and calmer shores than Sanibel Island. Here, the pastime is "shelling" — collecting assorted seashells along the sand — rather than partying, making this beach an excellent choice for families ... (More)
Tampa - Everyone knows that Tampa is the place for families. And for animal lovers. And for conventioneers. Tampa is for you too? This balmy city by the bay still has plenty of charms away from the amusement park, the aquarium and the convention center ... (More)

Emirates launched its 10th destination in the United States with the start of daily nonstop passenger service between Dubai and Orlando International Airport on 1st September. A VIP delegation and a contingent of international media were aboard the inaugural flight, which carried passengers from 29 different countries to Orlando. Emirates’ daily flight EK219, will depart Dubai at 3:50 a.m. local time and arrive in Orlando at 11:40 a.m., a flying time of 15 hours and 50 minutes. EK220 will depart Orlando International Airport Terminal B at 2:20 p.m. and arrive into Dubai International Terminal 3 at 12:30p.m. the following day, with a flying time of 14 hours and 10 minutes. Emirates has carried more than 11 million passengers on U.S. flights since launching services to New York in 2004. The airline currently serves ten U.S. gateways – Orlando, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Dallas, Houston, Washington and New York (JFK). (More)