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this is andy. he sold us the ghost tour.    key west weekend guide coming soon. ...
speaking of good causes...If you haven't yet seen this video that's making waves on Facebook, Instagram etc, take the 29:59 and watch it.www.kony2012.com april 20, 2012...
Tagged in: history politics
we may be done quoting Joan Didion on Miami (for now), but we aren't done reading about this silly city, and luckily in a review of Didion's book, the...
the freedom tower looks a bit like a Biltmore knock-off, it's like the Filtmore, but it's beautiful nonetheless. ...
joan didion is a literary beacon of our time, and she just keeps on coming out with books worthy of reading again and again.One of her lesser known pieces...
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every sunday at the old Parrot Jungle you can find jams, raw food, smoked fish, fruits and vegetables and some stuff that's really sugary too. Copperpot's has a great...
Tagged in: history south miami
if you haven't yet signed the petition to save Matheson Hammock- get on it. image via saveourmathesonhammock.com   we have a photo essay of the beautiful Matheson Hammock Park...
and it's awesome!This National Geographic article on free things to do in Miami is surprisingly comprehensive and very useable. Bookmark it. E-mail it to yourself. Do your thing so...
did you know the Bacardi Museum existed and was free to the public up until Feb 2010?I have such clear memories of my mom's Bacardi Breezer faze in the...
oh the hissteria!
mass hiss-teria is breaking out with the news that Burmese pythons are still multiplying and on the loose in Florida. Of course, this isn't actually news, check out this...