I’d be a proud citizen of the “Nearby Republic of Coconut Grove (Neighborhood, Sights)

Pretty much since my earliest days in Miami I’ve loved Coconut Grove (“The Grove”). It’s not only really walkable with a lot to do, but it has charm and character. It feels more to me like a medium city’s town center than a neighborhood of a big city. Back before the bars in Wynwood developed, […]

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An appropriately “Miami”, classical rave- PULSE at the New World Symphony (concert, Events, Sights)

I had an awesome opportunity a few weekends ago to attend New World Symphony’s PULSE event through work, as well as a cocktail reception on New World’s roof before PULSE. I had been to the New World Symphony once before, but for a TEDx event. I hadn’t been to one of the Symphony’s performances or […]

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Finding some quiet and seclusion outdoors in Miami- Cauley Square Historic Railroad Village (Sights)

So I started this post awhile ago (try a month to the day) and am long overdue to finish it (along with some over posts), but I will keep the time references of the original draft- Last Saturday I came across a time lapse video of Norway. To state it mildly, it’s pretty freaking incredible! […]

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