The 10th National Chopin Piano Competition begins this Saturday at the Miami-Dade Auditorium in the City of Miami. The competition’s preliminaries, quarter and semi-finals take place through February 27th, are open to the public, and free. How have I never heard of this wonderful event before? I give full credit for my new-found awareness to […]
It’s almost here, Miami! Super Bowl LIV will be played at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, February 2. But before that, we will have a week of festivities, including Lady Gaga in concert, events in Miami Beach, Wynwood, Watson Island, Virginia Key and, of course, Downtown Miami. From January 25 through February 1, Bayfront […]
“Biscayne Bay serves as a crown jewel of Miami that is critical to our economy and quality of life. Ocean Conservancy’s commitment to helping the City advance comprehensive solutions for the long-term health of our waters is a vital component to safeguard our natural assets as part of our larger resiliency efforts.”
Tickets for Lady Gaga at the Super Saturday Night concert are on sale Tuesday, December 10, at 10 a.m. The pre-Super Bowl LIV concert will be performed February 1, 2020 in City of Miami’s Watson Island at Meridian at Island Gardens.
David Datuna may be in a bunch of trouble for eating a banana during Miami Art Week. Or maybe it was art? Rewind to yesterday when the banana, duct taped to a wall by artist Maurizio Cattelan, sold for $120,000. Cattelan is best known outside of art circles for his 2017 $6-million “golden throne” toilet […]
A serious seller in zip code area 33137 should look at the “Days on Market” and MSI indicators, plus the considerable disparity between “median list price” vs “median sold price” below, and consider a substantial price adjustment to get their home sold.
Miami Downtown Development Authority has sent out an alert that we will have film crews in Downtown Miami today and tomorrow: 1400 N Miami Avenue: From: 1:30PM To: 8:30PM: 6 meters on NE 14 Street, in front of 71 NW 14 Street (North side of NW 14 Street) NE 1st Street between NE 1 Avenue […]
In Florida, one in every 1571 real property is in some stage of foreclosure, compared to 1 in every 2453 for the United States at large. Miami-Dade County is at 1 in every 1692.
“The building code doesn’t currently take sea level rise into account,” said Tiffany Troxler