It was a heck of a journey to the Larry O'Brien trophy, but we endured. However, once we earned our second consecutive championship, the after effects -- to me -- earn mixed reviews.
As is the case every year, it seemed as if the whole village came out Thursday night for the unveiling of this year's Coconut Grove Arts Festival poster art.
Miami needs to push back against any definition from the outside. We must re-define ourselves, for ourselves, by ourselves -- if not -- we allow ourselves to be defined by our past, our freaks and reprobates, and worst of all, to be defined by outsiders.
The new Miami is where we take each other seriously; where we come together committed to the cultural and intellectual renaissance of our city; where we re-define ourselves for ourselves and the rest of the country.
Lejos de sorprenderme con el perfecto y sincronizado hilvanamiento de este espectáculo y de sufrir por momentos al lado de mi compañerito con los saltos, piruetas y acrobacias que los miembros del circo hicieron en las casi tres horas de show; lo que me mayormente me gustó fue la oportunidad que tuve de sentirme niña de nuevo. Una experiencia que jamás imaginé tener al lado de mis hijos y esposo que me acompañaron en esta aventura y que también gozaron con el show.
Whether in his writings, radio show or television program, there's no denying his wits. Mr. Le Batard began his career as a journalist for the Herald in 1990, he has had to cultivate his intelligence in a profession demanding a craftsman like dedication to one's inner voice.
It's a rare opportunity for a child to sing in an opera. There are a few operas that feature a children's chorus, however, such as La bohème, which Florida Grand Opera (FGO) debuted this Saturday.
Few comebacks are as richly deserved as that of Bunny Yeager, the 82-year-old photography legend and former model whose wholesome-yet-erotic shots have come to define pin-up culture.
When I started my workouts at Angelo Dundee's Fifth Street Gym, I was 22. I'm 71 now and I still climb into that same ring as often as possible.
Last week, Forbes decided to list Miami as the most miserable city in the country. But you have to read in between the lines to understand what is really wrong with Miami.