Front Page 7/22/19


  • Sundance Institute presents Creative Distribution Session Miami 7/27/19

    Sundance Institute presents Creative Distribution Session Miami 7/27/19

    Saturday, 07/27/2019 – 10:00 am – 05:00 pm
    Little Haiti Cultural Center
    212 NE 59th Terrace,
    Miami, Florida 33137
    The world of film distribution and marketing is constantly changing.
    Whether you’re a first-time filmmaker or a veteran, we’re all on ...

  • The Niki Nikki Art Show 7/19/19

    The Niki Nikki Art Show 7/19/19

    Friday, 07/19/2019 – 06:00 pm – 10:00 pm
    1310 Gallery
    1310 SW 2nd Court,
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
    The Niki Nikki Art Show:
    Metal & Masks
    Opening Night + Performance: Friday, July 19 | 6pm-10pm
    Step right up ...

  • Erika Moon’s Burlesque Magnifique – Exotic Beats Edition 7/11/19 – 7/12/19

    Erika Moon's Burlesque Magnifique - Exotic Beats Edition 7/11/19 - 7/12/19

    July 11-12, 9:00pm
    The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater
    1700 Washington Ave
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    A Cabaret, Burlesque, and Variety Show. Where French Cabaret Meets the Tropical Tease! By the New Times: Erika Moon, one of ...

  • 2nd Annual South Beach Mango Festival 7/27/19

    2nd Annual South Beach Mango Festival 7/27/19

    Saturday, 06/27/2019 – 06/29/2019 12:00 pm – 06:00 pm
    Lummus Park
    1130 Ocean Drive,
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    Mangos Lovers, July 27th & 28th, the 2nd Annual South Beach Mango Festival showcasing South Florida’s tropical fruit ...

  • XXIV International Ballet Festival of Miami 8/18/19

    XXIV International Ballet Festival of Miami 8/18/19

    Sunday, 08/18/2019 – 05:00 pm –
    Miami-Dade County Auditorium
    2901 W. Flagler St.,
    Miami, Florida 33135
    Over the past 23 years, the spectacular International Ballet Festival of Miami has become one of the most acclaimed ballet festival in the world. ...

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    Art in the Rotunda | Noche Social by Andres Conde 7/11/19

    Art in the Rotunda | Noche Social by Andres Conde
    Thursday, July 11 from 7 to 10pm
    Hotel Colonnade Coral Gables
    180 Aragon Ave
    Coral Gables, Florida  33134

    Lovers of art are invited to attend this special exhibit at the historic Hotel Colonnade, now an Autograph property.
    Featuring delicious complimentary libations available for consumption, this event will feature works by incredibly talented artists.
    The renowned Conde Contemporary is delighted to exhibit a selection of figurative works from their collection at this storied hotel. The gallery, located at 204 Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, specializes in contemporary works by a group of imaginative and technically skilled international artists, including José Bedia, Darian Mederos, Luis Enrique Toledo del Rio, Ruben Torres Llorca, Andres Conde and Ernesto Capdevila.

    Florida Supercon Thursday 7/4/19

    Florida Supercon brough special celebrity and creative guests for fans of comics, superheroes, science fiction, anime, cartoons, video games, wrestling and more.

    Ocean Drive 4th of July Ocean Drive Orchestra and Fireworks 7/4/19

    Ocean Drive 4th of July Ocean Drive Orchestra and Fireworks
    Thursday, July 4th – Sunday, July 7th
    Ocean Drive
    Lummus Park
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
    Free and open to the Public
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    A great way to celebrate Independence Day is with a full 50 piece orchestra by Miami Classical Music Festival on Ocean Drive playing the 1812 Overture during the annual Fireworks display.

    This year we are adding family-friendly activities with face painting, stilt walkers, art painting of the flag, ice cream and much more! The Artisan and Farmers Market start off the day with activities in the afternoon and the orchestra at 8:30 p.m. just before the 9 p.m. fireworks get started.

    Enjoy the best view at one of the rooftop venues, or an enjoyable meal at one of the famous outdoor cafes then dance the night away!

    The fun keeps going on Friday during the Red White and Blues celebration as Rachel Coba Blues Guitarist and Singer brings her band to Lummus Park. July 5th at from 5-6:30 with a second set immediately following at The Clevelander.

    Make it a four day weekend at one of our many boutique hotels on Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue in the South Beach District!

    Erika Moon’s Burlesque Magnifique – Exotic Beats Edition 7/11/19 – 7/12/19

    Erika Moon’s Burlesque Magnifique – Exotic Beats Edition
    July 11-12, 9:00pm
    The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater
    1700 Washington Ave
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    Tickets: $35 – $75
    Eventbrite Tickets

    A Cabaret, Burlesque, and Variety Show. Where French Cabaret Meets the Tropical Tease! By the New Times: Erika Moon, one of the best-known burlesque producers in South Florida.

    Step into our world of swaying palm trees and sparkling oceans! Produced by Erika Moon, the “Exotic Beats” Edition of Burlesque Magnifique is a dynamic show that is sure to sizzle as it takes you on a trip across the tropics and beyond! Featuring a dozen performers, this 90 minute production includes both classic and neo burlesque, showgirls, comedy acts, and many special surprises. Our talented cast will be sure to make the temperatures rise for a truly entertaining experience! Whether it’s a night out with friends, or date night with that special someone, you’ll be sure to enjoy this memorable summer themed event, all without getting sand in your shoes!

    And to complete the experience, once again, Erika Moon and her cast will bring their knowledge to you as an extra special treat! Join members of the cast on Wednesday, July 10th, for a very special burlesque workshop that will teach you some of the seductive tricks of the trade! (Tickets for this specific workshyop are sold separated)

    After returning from Cabaret Follies’ first successful tour in Texas, Erika Moon is excited to now share her Exotic Beats edition of Burlesque Magnifique, just in time for the summer!

    Florida Supercon 7/4/19 – 7/7/19

    Florida Supercon
    Thursday, July 4th to Sunday, July 7th
    Miami Beach Convention Center
    1901 Convention Center Drive
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    Tickets: $35 – $285

    Exhibition Hall Hours:
    Thursday: 1pm To 8pm
    Friday: 10am To 8pm
    Saturday: 10am To 8pm
    Sunday: 10am To 6:30pm

    Convention Event Hours:
    Thursday: 1pm To 1am
    Friday: 10am To 1am
    Saturday: 10am To 2am
    Sunday: 10am To 8pm

    Florida Supercon is July 4-7, 2019 at the Miami Beach Convention Center!

    We’ll take you on an adventure through your favorite fandoms! Florida Supercon brings special celebrity and creative guests for fans of comics, superheroes, science fiction, anime, cartoons, video games, wrestling and more.

    Get ready for the most fun you’ll have all year. Bring your friends or come with your family. Anyone at any age can find something to ‘geek-out’ about at Supercon!

    Dress up in Costume or come as you are to Florida Supercon July 4-7, 2019 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

    New Tropicana Party 6/7/19

    New Tropicana Party
    Friday, June 7 | 7–10pm
    The Wolfsonian–FIU
    1001 Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
    Free and open to the public
    RSVP Online

    With his biting political satire, celebrity caricatures, and magazine and advertising illustrations, graphic artist Conrado Walter Massaguer (1889–1965) helped shape the visual culture of his native Cuba between the 1920s and 1950s. This installation of works recently gifted to The Wolfsonian Library by Vicki Gold Levi will bring forth Massaguer’s legacy through dozens of works, from images of the “New Woman” flapper ideal (the so-called “Massa-girls”) in his magazine Social to depictions of tropical paradise for the Cuban Tourist Commission. Massaguer’s transnational reach will be shown in his covers for Collier’s and Life, while cartoons of visiting dignitaries and Hollywood stars will reveal how he rubbed shoulders with Franklin D. Roosevelt, Walt Disney, Albert Einstein, and the King of Spain—all evidence of an artist at the center of Havana’s cosmopolitan culture in the decades before the Cuban Revolution.

    Promise to Protect Training Tour Miami 5/11/19 – 5/12/19

    Promise to Protect Training Tour Miami
    Saturday, May 11, 2019, 9:00pm – 6:30pm
    Sunday, May 12, 2019, 9:00am -6:30pm
    Florida International University Wolf University Center
    Room 221
    3000 NE 151st St
    Miami, FL 33181
    Register for May 11
    Register for May 12

    Frontline communities in South Florida have been fighting against exploratory oil drilling in the Everglades for years. Now the stakes are even higher: the case against Kanter Real Estate has made its way to Florida’s Supreme Court, and we have to take urgent action to stop them.

    With Kanter doubling down on its efforts to drill in the Everglades, we’re not backing down or going away. In fact, we’re doubling down too: getting ready to fight harder and smarter, training, connecting, and growing the fossil fuel resistance right here in our community.

    That’s why the Promise to Protect Training Tour is coming to Miami. The Promise to Protect was originally created to resist the Keystone XL pipeline, but now the promise has expanded nationwide to inspire organizers like us fighting for the Everglades in South Florida to stand up and refuse fossil fuel projects from entering our backyard.

    Can you join us for one of the upcoming trainings?

    The Promise to Protect Training Tour is an opportunity for us to learn from Indigenous leadership on how we can protect our threatened environment and frontline communities from toxic and destructive extraction that does nothing but harm people and our planet.

    This training will share knowledge from Indigenous leaders on the frontlines of the Keystone XL fight that can share best practices on how we can unite to fight for the Everglades. You’ll learn about nonviolent direct action, support roles that make nonviolent direct action possible, protocols for mobilizing in Lakota territory, and how to carry this work forward as we challenge the higher court officials.

    YMU Annual Spring Music Festival 5/25/19

    YMU Annual Spring Music Festival
    Saturday, May 25, 2019, 6:30pm – 10:30pm
    150 NW 24th ST
    Wynwood 33127
    Tickets: GA $25, VIP $100
    Buy on Eventbrite

    YMU will be returning to Racket in Wynwood to host our 7th Annual Spring Music Festival. Save the date and spread the news to help us reach our goal of $150,000 and give 1100+ students across Miami-Dade access to free music education for this coming 2019/2020 academic school year. We have prepared an amazing night of performances by our talented young musicians who have been working hard all year to show off their accomplishments. The Spring Music Festival is YMU’s largest fundraiser of the year and has been one of the most important contributing factors in the continued growth of our organization.

    Performances By:

    Arrowhead – Avalanche – Ripcord – The Rock Ensemble (MBSH)- Wynwood Jazz Combo – The Jazz Collective – Wynwood Community Jazz Band – Wynwood Rock Ensemble – Wynwood Pep Band – Lotus Jazz Quartet – Noah Billante – Sierra Hudson – Lily Kaplan – Steven Shapiro

    100% of proceeds go to free music programming in Wynwood, Overtown, Little Haiti, Opa-Locka, Miami Gardens, Miami Beach, and Coral Gables.

    YAA’s 30th Birthday Bash & Festival of the Art 5/18/19

    YAA’s 30th Birthday Bash & Festival of the Art
    Saturday, May 18, 2019, 10am – 6pm
    Young At Art Museum
    751 SW 121st Ave
    Davie, Florida 33325
    Advance Tickets: $5
    Buy Tickets on Eventbrite

    Celebrate YAA’s 30th Birthday with $5 all-day admission to our biggest bash yet including the 2019 Festival of the Arts and Teen Film Festival.

    Explore the 2019 Festival of the Arts where you can see and buy artwork made by talented young artists all throughout the museum. All profits made go straight to each artist and awards will be given by a panel of judges to several exemplary kids and teens. If you or your child are interested in participating follow the link below for more information on how to register:

    YAA’s inaugural Teen Film Festival is a free to enter competition that invites students (grades 7-12) to showcase their creative cinematic talents. View short films, animations and video art by local teens throughout the day in our screening room. Film submissions will be judged by a panel of accomplished local film makers and awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons and certificates. For more information on how to enter email:

    Sponsored by Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation | Craig Zinn Automotive Group | FPL SolarNow | Children’s Services Council of Broward County Florida

    PRESS RELEASE: No Cafe con Fracking Press Conference on 4/18/18

    For Immediate Release: Friday, April 12, 2019
    Contact: Jackie Filson, 202-683-2538,

    Elected Officials and Business Leaders Unveil Anti-Fracking Art Installation

    Elected officials, Hialeah business leaders, and local artists will present an art installation at the Leah Arts District to demonstrate the threats of oil fracking

    Hialeah, FL — On Thursday, April 18th, local South Florida elected officials, business owners, artists, and residents will gather at the iconic 20ft flamingo mural in the Leah Arts District to unveil a new art installation to demonstrate the threats of oil and gas development near the Hialeah aquifer. Concerned residents will also present sweeping support for banning fracking among local elected officials and business owners in Hialeah and Miami Lakes. A recent court approval to drill for oil in the Everglades sparked outrage over the prospect of drilling and fracking in the Everglades a few miles from Miami’s drinking water sources, leading to this public demonstration.

    House Speaker José R. Oliva recently stated that he would vote in support of banning fracking. Residents will discuss the legislation to ban fracking that has been filed in the State Legislature. House Bill 7029 to ban fracking has passed multiple House Committees. Speakers will discuss the loophole present in the bill that would allow fracking using matrix acidizing.

    What: No Cafe con Fracking Press Conference
    When: Thursday, April 18th at 11 AM
    Where: Leah Arts District, 1000 E 15st Hialeah, FL
    Who: Hialeah Councilman Paul B. Hernandez, City of Hialeah
    Sara Britto, The Art Experience
    Salome Garcia, Food and Water Watch

    Para difusión inmediata: Viernes 12 de abril de 2019
    Contacto: Jackie Filson, 202-683-2538,

    Funcionarios Electos y Líderes Empresariales Develan Instalación De Arte Anti-Fracking

    Funcionarios electos, líderes empresariales de Hialeah y artistas locales presentarán una instalación artística en el Distrito de Artes de Leah para exponer las amenazas del fracking

    Hialeah, FL — El jueves 18 de abril, funcionarios locales electos del sur de la Florida, dueños de negocios, artistas y residentes se reunirán en el icónico mural de flamencos de 20 pies en el Distrito de Artes de Leah para presentar una nueva instalación artística que expone las amenazas de los procesos para el petróleo y gas cercanos al acuífero de Hialeah. Los alarmados residentes también mostrarán el extenso apoyo con que se cuenta entre los funcionarios locales y los dueños de negocios en Hialeah y Miami Lakes para prohibir el fracking. Una reciente aprobación judicial que considera la perforación y fracking en los Everglades, a pocos kilómetros de distancia de las fuentes de agua potable de Miami, causó indignación y condujo a esta manifestación pública.

    El presidente de la Cámara, José R. Oliva, declaró recientemente que votaría a favor de prohibir el fracking. Los residentes también discutirán la legislación para prohibir el fracking que se ha presentado en la Legislatura del Estado. El Proyecto de Ley de la Cámara de Representantes 7029 que busca prohibir el fracking, ha sido aprobado por varios comités de la Cámara. Los oradores discutirán el vacío presente en el proyecto de ley que permitiría el uso de está técnica utilizando la acidificación de la matriz.

    Qué: Conferencia de Prensa No Cafe con Fracking
    Cuándo: Jueves 18 de abril a las 11 AM
    Dónde: Distrito de Arte Leah, 1000 E 15st Hialeah, FL
    Quiénes: Concejal de Hialeah Paul B. Hernandez, Ciudad de Hialeah
    Sara Britto, The Art Experience
    Salome Garcia, Food & Water Watch

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    Reflections of MIU Style ’19 Annual Fashion Show Featuring Student Collections on 4/4/19

    The latest collections from the Miami International University of Art & Design Associate of Arts and Bachelors of Fine Arts in Fashion Design students. More than 20 fashion design students presented their collections during the show and I have to say, WOW. I’m fairly particular about fashion, but most of these were quite impressive. Flattering to the body, beautiful colors, interesting materials, and some real innovative lines in this collection. Congratulations to all the students, I look forward to seeing more in the future.

    Photographs from Robin Schulz & Friends | Spinnin’ Hotel Miami 2019 on 3/28/19

    Had the opportunity to roll through Robin Schulz & Friends at the Spinnin’ Hotel last night. We got to see Robin Schulz himself, as well as a few of his friends. Despite a little bit of rain, the party was popping. The staff at the hotel was awesome (something not always true at MMW parties).

    I actually think that in more than a decade of covering Miami events, I have never been in the Nautilus hotel. It is a beautiful place, right between the Shore Club and the Shelborne. The Spinnin’ Hotel goes all weekend, so if you are looking for a good party in Miami Beach, I can definitely recommend it.

    Reflections of WMC 2019

    Winter Music Conference was March 25-28 at the Faena complex in Miami Beach.

    So, I went to check out the new WMC this year. Gotta say I loved it. The new location is beautiful. The vibe was positive and buzzing. Maybe I’m biased because I love being around music biz people, but that is certainly how it felt to me.

    It was definitely smaller than back in the heyday, but I heard quite a few people remark that they hoped it would grow in its new home. It does seem like there is still a desire for a professional industry gathering, which is good.

    It was well organized. The signage was plentiful and clear, something I am a real stickler about. The staff was polite and helpful, something that is not always common.

    They had a nice variety of workshop sessions, including a few that covered more uncomfortable, but necessary, topics, such as mental health issues. There were demos and tutorials, and the modest exhibit hall had quite a bit of gear that attendees could test out.

    I think the one thing I missed the most was a talent showcase. I like those a lot. Also, the networking at the Tree of Life was too loosely organized. I would have like to have seen some better management of that. Making connections is really one of the most powerful aspects of a conference, and they let it slide by the wayside this year.

    All in all, it seemed a positive and upbeat restart to the brand. I look forward to future iterations as they grow. Below are a few photos of the various spaces and the IDMA after-party.

    MIRA Mé Masquerade Dinner Party and Toy Drive Sponsored by C-Note Vodka 12/22/18

    MIRA Mé Masquerade Dinner Party and Toy Drive Sponsored by C-Note Vodka
    Thursday, December 20, 8:00pm – 11:30pm
    Mira Five Stars
    801 South Pointe Drive
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    Free with TOY Donation
    RSVP on Facebook

    You are cordially invited to the inaugural MIRA Mé Masquerade Dinner Party and Toy Drive sponsored by C-NOTE Vodka.

    Tis the season and we would like to welcome everyone to help the local children of Overtown and Little Haiti that would otherwise, not receive Christmas Presents this year. Bring an unwrapped toy and you can enjoy specialty drinks sponsored by C-Note Vodka and canapes at the bar and reserve a table for our dinner masquerade party.

    As a treat, MIRA Five Star will be offering a special $55 prefixed menu FORBES described as “dine like a billionaire” along with DJ and featured performances.

    It is a masquerade so if you don’t have a mask we will have some available at the door.

    The Food, Art & Drink District – Art Basel 2018 12/6/18 – 12/9/18

    The Food, Art & Drink District – Art Basel 2018
    December 6 – 9, 2018
    FADD District Locations (3)
    54 SE 1st St. (Main Location)
    19 E Flagler
    145 E. Flagler (the 777 Building)
    Miami, FL 33131
    Entry: Free
    RSVP today and get a complimentary welcome cocktail with your check-in on the MMM LIVE app.

    MANA Miami, Midtown Miami Magazine and Brett Rayon, proprietor of Miami Pastry, invite you to the Food, Art & Drink District in Downtown Miami during Art Basel to experience the multi-sensorial pop-up experiences of:

    The Miami Pastry Market
    La Societe de Encouragement
    Tea Time with Casa Gioia and Small Tea Room
    Enhance your senses with pastry and chocolate from top Miami chef’s, Chocolatiers, savory chefs, alongside New York Culinary Artists. Nightly music programming by local DJs and Musicians will be curated alongside Wellness Exhibitions (activating your 6th Sense) and journey into the future with an Interactive Art Gallery. RSVP today and get a complimentary welcome cocktail with your check-in on the MMM LIVE app.

    Miami Pastry Market starring: (12/6 – 12/9)
    Z.T.B – croissants, chocolate croissants, BABKA, guava and cheese pastelitos
    Fireman Derek Pies – cookies, pies, brownies
    Cindy Lou’s Cookies – cookies, merengues, banana bread
    5150 Chocolate Bars
    Vivian Bakery – 4 leches, Alfajores Lemon Cake
    Nichi’s Sweets – Guava Mallorca’s
    L’Artisiane Bakery – Vegan croissants and baked goods
    Sara Leon Bakery- Gluten free pastries
    Vanessa Hida Pastry- Brazilian pastries
    Gables Delight- Local and seasonal jams
    La Societe de Encouragment Chocolate Shops (12/6 – 12/9)

    Brielle Fratellone from Chez Bon Bon
    Sarah Tafur from SarahLu’s Confections
    Deborah and Yoann Andreu from Bon Chocolatier
    Mary Jean from Johnny Cupcakes
    Michael Ortiz from JoJo Tea
    Mariano Vanoli from Italian Chocolate Twister
    Andre Kaulesar – NY Culinary Artist
    Chez Bon Bon by Fountainebleu
    Cacao Lab by:

    Malka Espinel
    Rene Contee
    Karina Rivera
    Vivian Hajjar
    Santiago Puga
    Carolina Molea
    Kim Pearson
    Jorge Kauam
    Explore the 777 Building (12/6 – 12/9)

    Fresh Healthy Restaurant
    Experience clean and healthy food and juices from miami restaurant Fresh Healthy from 3pm – 10pm)
    Find this pop-up on 145 East Flagler Street in Downtown Miami
    EVENTS SCHEDULE (all held in 54 SE 1st Street)

    Thursday, December 6th
    10am to 12pm | VIP tasting of Gables Delight and Z.T.B
    12pm-8pm | Watch Rene Contee a master chocolatier create a masterpiece
    8pm – 10pm | VIP Sound Healing and Culinary journey with Jared Bistrong, JoJo Tea and Carolina Molea of L’Artisiane

    Friday, December 7th
    10am to 12pm | VIP Pastelitos y Cuchifritos Tasting by Miami Pastry Gang
    10am to 4pm | Chocolate Making Experience by Sabrina Courtemanche
    4pm- 8pm | LIVE chocolate painting and tasting by Malka Espinel
    8pm – 10pm | VIP Tasting of La Societe D’ Encouragement
    ( Bon Chocolatier, Sarah Lu Confections, Chez Bon Bon)

    Saturday, December 8th
    10am – 12pm | VIP Tasting of Pierres Smoked Salmon, ZTB and Gables Delight, JoJo Tea
    12pm – 6pm | Master cake artist Vivian Hajjar , will do a live showpiece
    8pm – 10pm | VIP Superstar pastry chef Karina Rivera will do a live demo and tasting

    Sunday, December 9th
    10am – 12pm | VIP Malka Espinel will create piece of chocolate artwork “cacao terre ”
    12pm -4 pm | Honoring Hans Baumon , the creator of Swiss Chalet Fine Foods.
    (Sweet and Savory tapas will be created by Chef Marcello Zito, Malka Espinel, Carolina Molea)

    Important Information: Limited tickets available and will be closed out soon. RSVP now to attend. Download the MMM LIVE app to discover updates about Art Basel, get Interactive with artwork and claim your complimentary welcome drink at the Bar.

    For press credentials and perks e-mail:

    Sleeping Beauty’s Slumber EDM- influenced Contemporary Ballet Performance 12/7/18 – 12/8/18

    Sleeping Beauty’s Slumber EDM- influenced Contemporary Ballet Performance
    December 7-8, 2018
    Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
    1300 Biscayne Blvd
    Miami, FL 33132

    An Age-Old Fairytale Awakens with New Perspective at World Premiere in South Florida During Miami Art Week; Then Travels to New York’s Upper West Side Beacon Theatre

    The world premiere of Sleeping Beauty Dreams, a contemporary art exploration of the age-old fable brought to life by Magic Reality Group, will debut at the Adrienne Arsht Center during Miami Art Week. The EDM-influenced performance explores one of the most iconic stories ever told, Tchaikovsky’s “Sleeping Beauty,” and will showcase the first-ever fusion of live contemporary ballet dance with 3D digital avatars projected on-stage in real-time. The Miami showings of this story never told before takes place at the Ziff Ballet Opera House at Adrienne Arsht Center. The performance then visits New York City the following weekend at the Beacon Theatre.

    The legend of Sleeping Beauty has been retold by masters since the 14th century, but no one has explored what the princess was dreaming while she slept for 100 years. Global prima ballerina, Diana Vishneva, performing as Princess Aurora and Marcelo Gomes, as Prince Peter are brought together in a fusion of dance, music, art, and revolutionary 3D digital technology never seen on stage before. Artists joining Vishneva and Gomes include Tobias Gremmler and Bart Hess, with music by famed EDM pioneers, NOISIA, a Dutch trio whose music is featured on Hollywood blockbusters and works with some of the world’s biggest artists including Skrillex and deadmau5.

    Sleeping Beauty Dreams is an unprecedented fusion of contemporary dance with state-of-the-art, real-time avatar-mapping projection technology and electronic music for a multi-dimensional scenic experience. This emerging technology allows the constantly transforming avatars of Sleeping Beauty Dreams to seamlessly replicate the dancers’ movements live, adding a whole new dimension to the world of live performance.

    Discover an interpretation of what happened during the princess’ 100-year slumber in Miami at the Adrienne Arsht Center on December 7th and 8th at 8 p.m., tickets are available here. Likewise, the performance comes to New York at the Beacon Theatre on December 14th and 15th at 8 p.m. and tickets are available here.

    Basel On The River 12/6/18 – 12/9/18

    Basel On The River
    December 6-9, 2018
    The Wharf Miami
    114 Southwest North River Drive
    Miami, Florida 33130
    RSVP Online

    Featured Local Artist Pop-Up Galleries, December 7th, 8th, 9th, 7pn-10pm by:
    – Rush Bowies – Adriana Jaramillo – Armando Colis – Marlet Lopez – Marta Echazarreta – Yamet Molerio – Markevan Williams – Ruben Trespalacios

    Thursday December 6th – Basel on the River Kickoff
    Live art by Diana “Didirok” Contraras

    Friday December 7th – Designer Dinghy
    Drink Specials: $1 Wharf Lager Pints & $3 Glasses Of Wine From 4-7pm, W/ Music By: Paul E & Zea

    Saturday December 8th – Montecristo Marina
    Drink Specials: 1/2 Price Mojito Drinks & Pitchers From Noon-7pm, W/ Music By: Kid Nemesis & Friends

    Sunday December 9th – Anchors Aweigh Basel Brunch
    Drink Specials: $50 Bottles Of Moët Champagne From Noon-4pm, W/ Music By Hushmoney

    Brought To You By Montecristo Cigars
    Eats By: Garcia’s Seafood Open-Air Fish Market & Raw Bar, King Of Racks Bbq, Cracked By Chef Adrianne, Spris Artisan Pizza, La Santa Taqueria, Mojo Donuts, & More!

    Enjoy Live Music, Eats, Cocktails & Good Times!
    The Wharf Is A 21+ Venue. Children Accompanied By Parents & Leashed Dogs Welcome Before 6 Pm
    Dress Code; Proper Dress Attire Required. Venue Reserves The Right To Deny Entry At Doorman’s Discretion.
    Walk-In’s Welcome! ‘Sea’ You At The Wharf!

    Cavallaria Exhibition featuring Marcos Mello, Isabeli Fontana and Barbara Fiahlo 12/7/18

    Cavallaria Exhibition featuring Marcos Mello, Isabeli Fontana and Barbara Fiahlo
    Friday, December 7 from 7-10pm
    W South Beach’s WET
    2201 Collins Avenue
    Miami Beach, FL 33139

    Art Basel gets a South American touch on Friday, December 7 from 7-10pm with the Cavallaria Exhibition as famed celebrity and fashion photographer Marcos Mello conducts a live photoshoot of Brazilian supermodel Isabeli Fontana at W South Beach’s WET, while Victoria’s Secret Angel Barbara Fiahlo gives her first exclusive live performance of 3 original songs, 2 days ahead of her music career debut.

    Kings and Queens by Gilda Garza, Art Basel Miami Celebration 12/6/18

    “Kings and Queens” by Gilda Garza, Art Basel Miami Celebration
    Thursday 6th December 2018, 6pm – 10.30pm
    Bevy Bar at Swan
    90 NE 39th Street, Miami, FL, 33137

    You Are Cordially Invited To
    Kings & Queens
    By Gilda Garza
    Miami Art Basel 2018

    Open Bar

    Faena Festival: This Is Not America 12/3/18 – 12/9/18

    Faena Festival: This Is Not America
    December 3-9, 2018
    Faena Forum
    3300-3398 Collins Avenue
    Miami Beach, FL 33140
    All programming is free and open to the public.

    Faena Art proudly presents Faena Festival: This Is Not America, an exploration on the multiplicity of cultures across the continent debuting during Miami Art Week from December 3-9, 2018. A new experimental platform, the first-ever Faena Festival is an exploration of “America” as a concept, a myth and a narrative that – at times – has divided us, but ultimately has the power to unify across physical, political and conceptual borders.

    Faena Festival: This Is Not America features commissions, installations, videos and performances from a range of incredible artists, including Derrick Adams, Miya Ando, Cecilia Bengolea, Joseph Beuys, Ana Teresa Fernández, Alfredo Jaar, Eugene Jarecki, Isabel Lewis, Boris Mitic, Luna Paiva, George Sánchez-Calderón, Tavares Strachan, Wu Tsang and boychild, Agustina Woodgate and Rev. Houston R. Cypress. The theme of the inaugural Faena Festival, “This Is Not America” is keyed to Miami’s enduring role as a port that welcomes migrants, refugees and tourists across the U.S. and the Americas, and from countries around the world. The festival engages with the multiplicity of communities and cultures and the palimpsest of histories that have created the Americas while responding specifically to Miami as its hemispheric hub.

    ‘Faena Festival: This Is Not America’ features commissions, installations, videos and performances by Derrick Adams, Miya Ando, Cecilia Bengolea, Joseph Beuys, Ana Teresa Fernández, Alfredo Jaar, Eugene Jarecki, Isabel Lewis, Boris Mitic, Luna Paiva, George Sánchez-Calderón, Tavares Strachan, Wu Tsang and boychild, Agustina Woodgate and Rev. Houston R. Cypress.

    Official Opening of Faena Bazaar
    Sunday, Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Fashion, Innovation & Nature – Panel Discussion
    Monday, Dec. 3 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
    – Panel discussion on the subject of fashion, innovation & nature

    Faena Festival Opening Day Performance
    Mon, Dec 3, 9:00pm
    Faena Forum, Miami Beach, FL

    Donald Robertson & Teddy Robertson – Live Painting
    Tuesday, Dec. 4 starting at 10:30 a.m.
    – Live painting with famed artist Donald Robertson & his son, Teddy
    – Live sets by DJ Pepe Le Pew

    Faena Festival Performances
    Tue, Dec 4, 5:30pm
    Faena Forum, Miami Beach, FL

    Faena Festival Talk Series
    Tue, Dec 4, 7:00pm
    Faena Hotel Miami Beach, Miami Beach, FL

    Faena Festival: Healing Series
    Sun, Dec 9, 9:00am
    3500 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

    Faena Festival Video and Films Series
    Thu, Dec 6, 6:00pm
    Faena Hotel Miami Beach, Miami Beach, FL

    Faena Festival: Healing Series / Mardeleva Live
    Sun, Dec 9, 8:00pm
    Faena Theater, Miami Beach, FL

    Fashion Paradise Pop-Up at Tierra Santa Healing House
    Pop-Up – Friday, November 30 to Sunday, December 9 | 9:00 am – 9:00 pm | Tierra Santa Healing House
    Miami Art Week Sunset Happy Hour – Wednesday, December 5 to Sunday, December 9 | 4:30 – 7:30 pm | Tierra Santa Terrace
    Discover a treasure trove of handcrafted fashions, home goods and sustainable brands at Tierra Santa Healing House’s Fashion Paradise Pop-Up from November 30 to December 9 at Faena Miami Beach. Curated by Argentine designer Carolina K, the 10-day retail experience will feature a rotation of emerging and established designers, beauty brands and exclusive collections, including Osklen, Bikini Society, Morphew Vintage, LILFOX, Moon and Jai, Sana Jardin Parfumerie, Polished Coconut, Maryjane Claverol and many more.
    Located on the third floor of Faena Hotel Miami Beach, the Fashion Paradise Pop-Up will also welcome visual artists for live-painting of models and accessories, a beauty bar with celebrity make-up artists, conferences on women empowerment and the future of online retail, and a five-piece mannequin installation.
    During Miami Art Week from December 5-9, shoppers can also soak up stunning ocean views from Tierra Santa’s breezy terrace with complimentary cocktails, champagne and live DJ sets by Leticia Manfield and other female artists as the sun fades into Miami Beach’s crystalline waters.
    Fashion Paradise Pop-Up (Nov. 30-Dec. 9, 2018) is complimentary and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Reservations encouraged as space is limited. RSVP required for all Miami Art Week sunset happy hour events (Dec. 5-9, 2018.). Located at Tierra Santa Healing House, on the 3rd floor of Faena Hotel Miami Beach. For more information and to RSVP, email or call +1 786 655 5570.

    Twin Hearts Meditations – Miami Art Week at Tierra Santa
    Thursday, December 6 to Saturday, December 8 | 3:00 – 4:00 pm | Tierra Santa Studio
    Amidst the hustle and bustle of Miami Art Week, take a moment for self-care and achieve a heightened state of tranquility through Twin Hearts Meditations at Tierra Santa Healing House. From December 6-8, Spa Director Agustina Caminos will guide these complimentary experiences, utilizing energy manipulation techniques developed by Master Choa Kok Sui, the founder of pranic healing, to promote the expansion of positive energy into your physical and emotional wellbeing. Participants of all fitness levels are invited to revel in a moment of stillness, release negative emotions and open their hearts to new experiences. Meditations are complimentary and open to the public. Space is limited, and reservations are strongly encouraged. To RSVP and learn more, call +1 786 655 5700 or email Tierra Santa at

    Ashtanga Yoga with Tim Feldmann – Miami Art Week at Tierra Santa
    Sunday, December 9 | 10:00 – 11:00 am | Pao Terrace
    On December 8, salute to the morning sun and celebrate the ancient art of Ashtanga yoga with world-renowned instructor Tim Feldmann, presented by Tierra Santa Healing House.
    Co-Founder of Miami Beach’s prestigious Miami Life Center, Feldmann will lead this intimate experience on Pao’s ocean view terrace. Complimentary and open to the public. Space is limited and pre-registration required. To RSVP and learn more, call +1 786 655 5700 or email Tierra Santa at

    Twin Hearts Meditation & Sound Healing – Miami Art Week at Tierra Santa
    Sunday, December 9 | 12:00 – 1:00 pm | Faena Forum Amphitheater
    On December 9, close out your Miami Art Week celebrations with Tierra Santa Spa Director Agustina Caminos as she leads a rejuvenating Twin Hearts Meditation and Sound Healing experience. Harness the physical and emotional benefits of vibration therapy, guided visualizations, meditation, mantras and more as the energy of Faena Forum’s serene, pink marble Amphitheater soothes and energizes mind, body and spirit. This hour-long experience is open to guests of all ages and fitness levels.
    Complimentary and open to the public. Space is limited, and reservations are strongly encouraged. To RSVP and learn more, call +1 786 655 5700 or email Tierra Santa at

    OM Mani Padme Hum Workshop – Miami Art Week at Tierra Santa
    Sunday, December 9 | 4:00 – 7:00 pm | Faena Forum Amphitheater
    Tierra Santa Healing House welcomes renowned pranic healer Master Glenn Mendoza for an enlightening OM Mani Padme Hum workshop on December 9 at Faena Forum’s Amphitheater. One of the most popular mantras in the world, OM Mani Padme Hum traces its origin to ancient Buddhist history and is thought to possess a purifying effect on the energy that surrounds us due to the mantra’s rate of vibration when stated aloud. Master Glenn Mendoza will share his in-depth knowledge of this spiritually empowering mantra and lead the group in energizing mantra practices to bring about a stronger sense of peace, self-transformation, physical healing and emotional well-being. Workshop priced at $90 per guest. Pre-registration required and space is limited. To RSVP and learn more, call +1 786 655 5570 or email Tierra Santa at

    Dream South Beach To Transform Into Jonathan Mannion Gallery For Art Basel 2018 12/5/18

    Dream South Beach To Transform Into Jonathan Mannion Gallery For Art Basel 2018
    Wednesday, December 5th at 5pm
    Dream Hotel
    1111 Collins Ave
    Miami Beach, FL 33139

    Kicking off Art Basel 2018, Dream South Beach has partnered with world-renowned portrait photographer Jonathan Mannion on a show entitled, It was All A Dream. Inspired by Biggie Smalls’ famous lyrics and Mannion’s career in capturing the hip-hop industry, the hotel lobby will transform into a gallery, showcasing 25 pieces, including exclusive pieces that have never been seen before by the Miami audience. The installation will also consist of some of Mannion’s classic images including Biggie, Missy Elliot, Lil Wayne, and Drake along with his 665-polaroid collection featuring Snoop Dogg, Usher, Eminem, Ludacris, and more.

    In celebration of the showcase, Mannion and Dream South Beach will host a viewing on Wednesday, December 5th at 5pm, followed by a Q & A and reception at the hotel’s bespoke rooftop, HIGHBAR.

    “We’re excited to partner with Jonathan at Art Basel 2018,” said Rohit Anand, VP of Brand Partnerships for Dream Hotels. “His Influence on art and culture is in line with the Dream Hotel brand, and we look forward to growing this relationship to a national level with exhibits, installations, and events across all of our properties.”

    Mannion, who displayed his work most recently at The Compound in NYC this past Fall, began his career as the studio assistant for the legendary Richard Avedon. For decades, the photographer has shot numerous album covers and turned his love of hip-hop into a career that has shaped the public personas of globally recognized artists.

    The FilmGate Interactive Media Festival 11/30/18 – 12/6/18

    The FilmGate Interactive Media Festival
    November 30 – December 6, 2018
    Silverspot Cinema
    300 Southeast 3rd Street, #100
    Miami, FL 33131
    Tickets: $10 – $200
    Register on Eventbrite

    The FilmGate Interactive Media Festival brings fans, creators, investors, and reporters to Downtown Miami to the benefit of the interactive media industry and our local creative community. The sixth edition of the FilmGate Interactive Media Festival will take place in Downtown Miami during Art Basel Week 2018, November 30 – December 6. Connect with innovators in journalism, filmmaking, virtual and augmented reality, games and interactive art. Join talks with The Washington Post, Magic Leap, Vice, Vox Media, and more. Explore a sensory playground of 59 VR & AR experiences including the groundbreaking “Spheres,” produced by Darren Aronofsky.

    Other festival locations:
    Mana Contemporary
    Downtown Media Center

    Veterans Wellness Day 11/16/18

    Veterans Wellness Day
    Friday, November 16, 12:30pm – 3:30pm
    Center for Social Change
    2103 Coral Way
    Miami, Florida 33145
    Register on Facebook

    In honor of Veterans Day, The Center for Social Change is offering a series of wellness events for FREE for veterans and their families, or by donation for anyone else who is interested in joining. Participants do not need to be members of the coworking space. All proceeds will go to a veteran organization.

    We’ve curated an afternoon of events designed to destress and chill.

    Schedule of Events

    12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Restorative Yoga with Anamargret
    Members at The Center often refer to restorative yoga as “Guided Napping”. Unwind, relax, and restore in a sequence of resting poses padded by blankets and bolsters. No yoga experience or special clothing is necessary. Participants often fall asleep =)

    1:00pm – 1:30pm
    Mugwort Tea and Chill Session
    Settle into your Sound Healing Meditation seat with a warm cup of mugwort tea. Mugwort is an herb traditionally used to relax the body, clear the mind, and allow one to maintain a meditative state while lying in a sleeping position.

    1:30pm – 2:30pm
    Sound Healing Meditation with Christina Pearce and Brian Lemmerman
    Find a yoga mat, snuggle up with some blankets, and enjoy the soothing sounds of crystal bowls, chimes, tuning forks, and bamboo flute music played by experienced mindfulness and meditation teachers.

    2:30pm – 3:30pm
    Cafecito Recharge
    What? It’s Miami! Catch up with friends and family while getting your afternoon buzz with fresh cuban coffee and light snacks.

    Center for Social Change is located on the corner of Coral Way and SW 21st Avenue in the offices above Xixon restaurant, on the second floor.

    The parking details below are specific to this event.

    If you’re traveling by car: The Center has free parking (only for this event) on Floor 2B of the parking garage attached to 2103 Coral Way. If these spots are full, metered spaces are available of Floor 2A. Cash, Park Jockey, and Pay-by-Phone are all accepted.

    Floor 2A is the accessible floor and has disabled permit parking. Electric vehicle recharging stations are also available.

    There is also metered parking adjacent to the building payable with Pay-by-Phone and there is some free street parking in the surrounding neighborhood, especially south of Coral Way. Be sure to observe “Residents Only” and “No Parking” areas.

    If you’re traveling via mass transit: Miami-Dade Bus #24 and the free City of Miami Coral Way Trolley both stop just around the corner from the building. Both bus lines connect to the Vizcaya Metrorail Station at Coral Way and SW 12th Ave.

    If you’re traveling by bike: Bicycle racks can be found along the sidewalk in front of the building and in the garage.

    Image and Audio Consent and Release: If you do not wish to be photographed or recorded, please inform Center staff upon arrival at the venue and we’ll accommodate your request.
    The Center for Social Change will be taking digital photography and/or videography throughout the event. The photographs and/or video may be used across our platforms, including publications, websites, email newsletters, social media, presentations, media releases, and marketing materials. The Center for Social Change does not intend to use these photographs/videos in any manner other than for the purposes stated above. By registering for this event, you grant permission for the Center for Social Change to use your photograph/video in this manner.

    Mex/Art We Are One 12/1/18

    Mex/Art We Are One
    When:December 1st , 2017 – 7:00p.m.
    Miami Wynwood
    119 N.W 29th St.
    Miami, FL 33127
    Cost: $35 Adults | $25 Seniors and Students with ID (Limited). $20 for Groups of 10 and more
    Tickets: by phone (305) 733-5655

    “The art doesn’t has restrictions and has no prejudices. The art is freedom and reflections.” With this slogan, Mex/Art is defined in an exhibition of the Contemporary and Pop Art that will take place from December 1st to 11th 2017, during The Miami Week of the Arts hosted by Florida City.
    Mex/Art, a cultural and social project of Be/Art Gallery, is an online Gallery of art that promotes the works by artists of different origins, styles and genders.

    During the difficult moments that we are living in the United States, in Puerto Rico by the devastations of the hurricane Maria and the earthquake (Mexico City, Morelos, Hidalgo y Oaxaca) that have occurred in past days, Mex/Art tries to be a bond of kindness and humanity with those whom have been affected.100% of the money collected from the sales of the opening day tickets, will be destined to support the Puerto Rican and Mexican victims.

    Mex/Art will have areas like The Green Garden, where the attendees can taste many different and delicious traditional dishes with a contemporary touch. At the same time the Pop-Up Store will open their doors to the local and Mexican Designers that are in vogue to show their latest pieces.
    Some of the Mexican artists that represent the culture with their pieces are Neón Carón Jesús Lima, Jorge Marín, Esteban Fuentes and Colectivo Madera de Lobo. As invited artist, there will be the brazilian Romero Britto.

    La Santa Taqueria is collaborating with Be/Art Gallery to curate the culinary experiences for guests of Mex/Art – a contemporary and pop art exhibition celebrating emerging and established Mexican artists, from paintings and drawings to sculptures from December 1-11. Artists featured include Romero Britto (Brazilian invited artist), Jorge Marin, Jesus Lima, Neon Caron, Alvaro Cuevas, Gabriela Montano, Robert Morleghem, Carlos Luna (Cuban invited artist) and more.

    Erika Moon’s Burlesque Avant-Garde 11/8/18 – 11/10/18

    Erika Moon’s Burlesque Avant-Garde
    Workshop Only – November 8th, 8Pm
    Shows November 9-10th, 9Pm
    The Gleason Room at the Fillmore
    1700 Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
    Box Office: 305-673-7300
    Link for both Workshop and show
    Ticket for show

    Prepare to seduce your inner darkness as Erika Moon Productions whisks you away to a world of shadows and desires. Burlesque Avant-Garde will chill and excite you by bringing the alluring dark side of sophisticated burlesque alive!

    Our exclusive cast presents a powerful, glamorous, and mystical fantasy to Miami Beach in a way no one has before. This post-Halloween fall event will feature edgy jaw-dropping acts, while tempting the audience with dazzling costumes, and amazing performers!

    It’s no surprise that Erika Moon, the groundbreaking producer of European classic cabaret shows here in South Florida, was recently heralded as one of the best-known producers in South Florida by Miami New Times. While Burlesque Avant-Garde is an “out of the box” concept for Erika Moon compared to her other events, her dedication to entertainment and production value shines brightly with this exciting theme. Burlesque Avant-Garde is a step away from the “burlesque norm” of glittering glamour and is instead an indulgence of the shadowy world that will drive the audience wild. It’s sure to leave everyone begging for more!

    Be sure to dress to impress for this spectacular event, as you might have an opportunity to be part of the show! As an extra treat, join us on Thursday, November 8th, for a very special burlesque workshop that will teach you some of the seductive tricks of the trade!

    Erika Moon’s Burlesque Workshop
    November 8th@ 8Pm
    Registration: 7:45PM
    Class: 8:00PM – 10:00PM
    Join us on Thursday, November 8th, for a very special burlesque workshop that will teach you some of the seductive tricks of the trade!
    This is a limited engagement with only 20 spots available, so get your tickets fast!
    Ticket for class

    InList Presents Royal Racer Official Art Basel Kickoff Party 12/4/18

    InList Presents Royal Racer Official Art Basel Kickoff Party
    December 4, 2018 10pm till’ Late
    RC Cola Factory
    550 Northwest 24th Street
    Wynwood, Miami, FL 33127
    Event details
    RSVP in the app

    Every year we turn it up a notch with bigger and better entertainment, theatrics and creative art installations to kick off Art Basel Miami 2018 while celebrating magnate Moishe Mana’s birthday.

    This year we present a one-of-a-kind immersive retro Japanese POP ART party experience like never before, curated and co-created by renowned artist Miguel Paredes. Join socialites, celebrities, influencers and musicians as we toast to life and the arts. Music and performances by Gianluca Vacchi, Sonic Butterfly Productions, Dj Siso World and more..

    Attendance is Free for InList members only. Private VIP tables are offered for purchase this year; all of which come with a beautiful custom piece of pop art from Miguel Paredes for groups of 8 and up!

    Various private VIP table options are available, including:
    Table for 6 guest at $1,500 featuring premium bottle service – 2 bottles of liquor , 1 bottle of Moet champagne, a bucket of water plus mixers
    Table for 8 guests at $3,500 featuring a 36” x 36” limited edition oil-on-canvas piece from Miguel Paredes and premium bottle service – 3 bottles of liquor, 2 bottles of Moet champagne, a bucket of water plus mixers
    Table for 10 guests for $5,000 featuring a 40”x40” limited edition oil-on-canvas piece from Miguel Paredes and premium bottle service – 4 bottles of liquor, a Magnum of Perrier Jouet Brut, a bucket of Redbull, a bucket of water plus mixers
    Table for 15 guests for $10,000++ featuring a large-size oil-on-canvas artwork from Miguel Paredes and premium bottle service – 6 Bottles of Liquor, a Magnum of Perrier Jouet Brut, a bottle of 1942, a bucket of Redbull, a bucket of water plus mixers
    All additional guests are $150 per person . All packages will have a 7% sales tax and a 18% service charge added to them.

    11th Annual Downtown Miami Riverwalk Festival 11/10/18

    The Eleventh Annual Downtown Miami International Riverwalk Festival and Boat Parade
    November 10, 10am-4pm
    Miami Riverwalk
    Miami, FL 33132
    Free Admission

    A Signature, Legacy Event in Downtown Miami-Brickell. On the Riverwalk adjacent to 315-335 S. Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33131 and on the Riverwalk in the rear of the Intercontinental Hotel @100 Chopin Plaza

    This special multicultural event allows our local residents and visitors to explore and interact among the local arts and culture vendors, while also showcasing the unique surroundings at the mouth of the Miami River”.

    This Years’ Theme- “The Best Of – International”
    • Featuring authentic Music, Arts, Culture and Food, Boat Parade, Children’s Activities, Live Painting, and beautiful Door Prizes all along the beautiful Miami Riverwalk.
    • Some of this year’s highlights will include: multicultural cuisine and entertainment
    • We welcome back so many sponsors and supporter of the past and lots of new ones!
    • Wonderful Raffle Prizes for Free Raffle from Downtown Restaurants, Hotels, Hand-made items Our Arts and Crafts Vendors and much more!

    1 Block from Bayfront Metro Mover Station
    Metered parking on street and in nearby Downtown Garages

    Center for Social Change Halloween Open House 10/17/18

    Center for Social Change Halloween Open House
    Wednesday, October 17th, 5:00 PM
    Center for Social Change
    2103 Coral Way, 2nd floor
    Miami, FL 33145
    Tickets: Free
    RSVP Here

    Join us for our Halloween Open House on October 17th to meet local changemakers and learn how you can be part of this collaborative, community-driven environment for nonprofits and social entrepreneurs. Costumes are encouraged! We look forward to seeing you all there!

    This event is free and open to the public. Light bites and refreshments will be served.

    Today is Our 10 Year Anniversary!


    Soul Of Miami was first published July 16, 2008.
    Thank you for a decade of support.
    We look forward to many more.

    Music and Change Jam and Discussion 6/16/18

    Music and Change: How we can use art and music to inspire change and environmental action.
    Saturday, June 16, 1:00pm – 4:00pm
    Center for Social Change
    2103 Coral Way, Miami, Florida 33145
    FREE, please Register Online

    This event will include an artist happy hour and jam session for those interested. As well as a discussion on how we can use art and music to engage the community. If you woud like to do a small performance, please reach out to Salome Garcia at 786-387-5111.

    Live Music and Food
    Special Guests to be announced!

    In partnership with 350 South Florida and The Miami Climate Alliance

    3rd Annual Earth Day and Holistic Lifestyle Expo Featuring Ms U.S.Earth 4/28/18

    3rd Annual Earth Day and Holistic Lifestyle Expo Featuring Ms U.S.Earth
    April 28, 2018, 11:00am – 3:00pm
    Meraki Restaurant
    142 SE 1st Ave, 2nd Floor
    Miami, FL 33131
    Free Admission

    Featuring Jennifer Lovelace, Ms. U.S. Earth
    Earth inspiring songs on guitar by Daniela Toro

    Holistic Vendors
    Environmental Education Vendors
    Sustainable Products
    Recycled Art, Plants, and more

    Miami New Times’ Best of Miami Release Party 6/21/18

    Miami New Times’ Best of Miami® Release Party
    Thursday, June 21, 2018, 8 to 11 p.m.
    X Miami
    230 NW Fourth St.
    Miami, FL 33132
    Tickets: $45 through May 11
    $50 starting May 12
    $60 at the door June 21
    Tickets: Best of Miami® Party

    To hell with the moon over Miami. This city is about its stars, not only the celestial kind, but also the ones who walk the red carpet, play roles in film, sprint down the athletic field, or make masterpieces in the kitchen. The Magic City’s most prominent players do amazing things, and New Times’ Best of Miami® issue is here to celebrate them. This edition will soon name more than 300 of the area’s finest restaurants, hottest clubs, most delightful diversions, and top places to shop.

    New Times’ Best of Miami® Release Party will be held at X Miami Thursday, June 21, from 8 to 11 p.m. X Miami is a new social apartment community designed for the most fun and convenient living experience in the heart of downtown. Party attendees will be among the first to experience the lobby cocktail lounge, picnic courtyard, sky-view social hall, and Vegas-style pool deck. Guests of the Best of Miami® Release Party will enjoy culinary delights for the first time by a multitude of local restaurants, including 107 Steak & Bar, Amour de Miami, Fifi’s on the Beach, Doggi’s Arepa Bar, Diced, Giardino Gourmet Salads, K. Ramen. Burger. Beer., Lobster Bar Sea Grille, Poke Life, Rosetta the Italian Bakery, Sweet Treats by Me, Mason, and Yarumba. While enjoying these great bites, attendees can sip specially crafted cocktails by Banyan Reserve Vodka, Canna Vinus Wine, Coopers Craft Bourbon, Gemma di Luna Wine, Koloa Rum Company, Finlandia Vodka, Oak & Palm Coconut Rum, VOGA Italia Wine, Tippler’s Orange Liqueur, and many others.

    A new tradition begins at New Times’ Best of Miami® Release Party: The 2017 Best Charity winner will be the beneficiary of this year’s event. In 2017, Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired was chosen as Best Charity and will receive a portion of the ticket sales from this event. Founded in 1931 as the Florida Association of Workers for the Blind, Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired has changed more than just its name during its 85-year history as Florida’s premier rehabilitation organization of serving the blind. Miami Lighthouse now serves nearly 15,000 people each year and reaches an additional 3,300 through community education and outreach programs.

    Photographs of World Happiness Summit Miami 2018

    By Guest Contributor Sarah Hirth

    “A multi-sensory and inclusive event gathering leading experts that takes us on a journey to learn, experience and practice tools that assist people on a path to sustainable happiness and well-being. Through knowledge and new positive mindsets attendees can reshape their personal, family and professional lives.” – from the WoHaSu website.

    The WOHASU 2018, that took place at the University of Miami, was a weekend filled with inspiring and educational talks about happiness. Leading experts in from various different disciplines, such as positive psychology, fashion, media, sustainability, economics, mindfulness, technology, and business, attended this year’s summit. The topics of the presentations ranged from sharing personal experiences and personal projects to talking about the science behind happiness. Of course, there were many more areas that were covered, but in some way, they all related to the main topic of happiness. This year, the WOHASU welcomed people from over 35 countries and 45 US states.

    Every morning a few early birds participated in the outdoor yoga program, before attending the first talk around 9 am. Although the weekend was filled with many talks, and panels, there were also breakout sessions during which multiple experts presented in different rooms at the same time. This allowed attendees to chose presentations that they were most interested in. Attendees also had the opportunity to meet with coaches in small groups. These sessions were great for networking, but also for talking about the lessons learned and how to best implement and integrate the lessons into a daily routine.