An immersive theater experience enchants at the original Faena LIVE production in collaboration with Quixotic, Samsara Cabaret, in Faena Hotel Miami Beach’s Theater throughout October. The production features an incredible ensemble, including singer and "America's Got Talent" semi-finalist Yoli Mayor, violinist Shane Borth, cellist Ben Munoz, and Sensatia stars Megan Stockman, EnVee and Samanta Mixan.
Faena Hotel Miami Beach will be pushing boundaries during Miami Art Week this December with commissioned installations comprising This is Not America. This is Not America is anchored by Alfredo Jaar’s groundbreaking work, A Logo for America, and features major new commissions of installations and performances by Derrick Adams, Cecilia Bengolea, Isabel Lewis, Luna Paiva, Tavares Strachan, and Wu Tsang and boychild, among others, that explore how we choose to define our sense of place in ways that encourage dynamic identities that transcend–and even resist–the imposition of physical, historical, and political borders.
FROST MUSEUM OF SCIENCE:
The highly anticipated Frost Museum of Science in Museum Park will finally open on May 8th. The museum features an aquarium and planetarium and tickets for the opening are on sale now!
Cuban classics inspired with Japanese-ingredient twists make the cuisine at Coral Gables’ new Son Cubano restaurant. Owners Kevin and Diana Gouchée and Claudia Caraballo brought their fusion concept cuisine to Florida from New York and are hoping to satisfy the taste buds of adventurous eaters down south.
UPPER BUENA VISTA:
New microboutique, Upper Buena Vista, will affordably host the work of aspiring designers and creators. Michal Aviv and David Lahmy are behind the project, hoping to foster local talent while giving back to the community they call home. The boutique is set to open this summer!
DOOR TO DOOR COOKIE DOUGH:
Miami welcomes the newest dessert craze- edible cookie dough- with Dough Miami, serving Westchester, Kendall and Sweetwater. With 100 dough flavors and tons of toppings, replace your ice cream treat with cookie dough this summer.
Matthew Makes an Appearance:
As October begins, South Floridians prepare for the first major storm in a decade: Hurricane Matthew. Preparing for the worst and hoping for the best, Miamians stock up on bottled water, flashlights, canned food and these things that may not initially come to mind.
Facing Fernandez Tragedy:
In light of the tragic death of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez on September 25th, fans and families look to one another for support. Death is a topic hard to tackle and families face this challenge as young fans cope with losing a role model and sports hero.
Sweet Treats in Brickell:
Indulge in a decadent dessert, constructed with precision and artistic flare at Brickell's Bachour Bakery + Bistro. Watch the pastry chefs behind-the-scenes as they compose these edible wonders.
It's almost Stone Crab season! Kick off this delicious time of year with South Beach Seafood Week from October 19-22 at Lummus Park. Tickets are available for everything from the chef showdowns to cocktails and seafood tastings.
Damien Hirst's iconic "Gone But Not Forgotten" was a clear star of Art Basel in Miami Beach, making it into a bevy of Instagram snaps, press coverage and editorial features. Public art (and socially-charged content) at the very finest level.
Proud that the Whitney is being reborn steps away from the office. Proud to have founding memberships.
Proud to have the privilege to volunteer here, contributing just a little bit to bringing more artistic culture to the lower west side of Manhattan.
Proud to see the changing skyline, a constant reminder to GET. INVOLVED.