Archives for November 2018
Singer, John Legend kicked off his “A Legendary Christmas” tour in Florida last week, including a performance at The Fillmore at The Jackie Gleason Theater on Miami Beach Thursday. Then, on Friday, he and Chrissy Teigen took the children – two-year-old Luna and six-month-old Miles – to our own Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science […]
What is “inclusionary zoning” and why should Downtown Miami care? CityLab lays out the key points of inclusionary zoning: Inclusionary zoning is a policy that was first developed in the 1970s in response to exclusionary and often racially segregated “snob zoning.” It’s a popular tool for getting the private market to subsidize affordable housing. But […]
Today is the seventh annual Give Miami Day, organized by the Miami Foundation to promote local non-profits and encourage Miamians to donate locally with greater impact. In 2017, Give Miami Day raised $10.1 million from 20,000 donors to benefit 700 Miami nonprofits. Visit Give Miami Day before midnight tonight to find your favorite non-profit organizations. […]
The 35th annual Miami Book Fair officially opens Sunday, November 11, though there will be a children’s “Reading Circle with Margaret Cardillo” on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Throughout the week, meet your favorite authors and emerging artists, attend events for children and teens, stroll the Street Fair; and enjoy music, food, even a community coloring […]
Clarence Eckerson is the Director of Video Production for Streetfilms.org, and he recently discovered Downtown Miami’s MetroMover while his crew was here for Taste of Avenue 3, so he made a movie about it. We totally understand, Clarence. We love our MetroMover, too! Clarence Falls in Love with Miami’s Metromover from STREETFILMS on Vimeo.