Kids and teens can bowl FREE this summer at participating lanes around the nation. The … »
Enjoy a day’s worth of Japanese-themed activities during the winter Japanese Festival May 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ichimura-Miami Japanese Garden on Watson Island in Miami.
The free festival celebrates the culture that inspired the host site’s Japanese Garden and includes:
The 4th annual Little Haiti Book Festival, presented by the Miami Book Fair, will be May 27-28.
In addition to dance and music performances, there will be hands-on activities for the kids, Haitian food, a film screening, a Voudou Ceremony, an exclusive women’s only RaRa music group, as well as…
It’s the Salute to Heroes Week: Veterans, Active Duty Military, Police, Fire, Law Enforcement and EMT personnel receive free admission from May 22-29 at Miami Seaquarium.
A valid military or first responder photo ID is required and must be presented at the ticket counter. All accompanying…
See “A Brief History of South Miami” documentary short rolls at dusk followed by “BIRDERS: Central Park Effect” under the Audubon oaks and stars.
Also on the Marquee: • Live Music by rising star Alt-Country songbird Edan Archer, 7:15 • Latin Fixins Food Truck &…
You’re feeling a little lonely, and you’ve decided it’s time for a new furry friend. Or maybe your kids have finally persuaded you they really, really, need a dog.
Miami-Dade Animal Services and the Humane Society of Greater Miami both operate adoption centers where you can meet…
The Atlantic Hotel & Spa, Fort Lauderdale’s boutique luxury property, recently launched Beach Boot Camp classes available on Wednesday and Friday mornings. Both guests of the hotel and locals can take part in the class and prepare to sweat on the beach through 45 minutes of strength training, cardio, flexibility and core exercises, all while getting a sun kissed glow. The class is taught by Spa Atlantic’s Spa Membership Director, Kris Purvis and is great for all levels (must be 16 or older to attend).
Representation becomes more important as narratives of queer and trans experiences enter into the mainstream with increasing frequency. That’s why events such as the MiFo LGBT Film Festival are more significant than ever — and with 19 years of film programs under its belt, it’s also a Miami institution. The ten-day fest will screen nearly 50 films showcasing LGBT talent from all over the world, as well as offer a peppering of parties and national and world premieres. Expect stories covering a wide variety of subjects, including queer stereotypes, adolescence, and the intersection of immigration and gay rights. 8 p.m. Friday through April 30 at various locations; mifofilm.com. Admission varies depending upon the event.