Velvet Cream Doughnuts and Coffee Company, the historical shop re-opens in Miami

For breakfast, as a snack or as a dessert, there aren’t any Apple Pies, Cheesecakes or Key Lime pies that can keep up with the “American passion”: Doughnuts. Considered by many a great American tradition, a celebration was created for them: The National Doughnut day, set to be the first Friday of June. Besides the amazing smell, we can add a history full of values and feeling, that will fully ...

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The Stone Crab season gets rolling with the South Beach Seafood Week, from 17 to 21 October 2017

October for the city of Miami is synonymous with Stone Crab. To pay homage to this crustacean, (Menippe mercenaria) from the taste and size of the unique claws, South Beach has decided to open the crab fishing season - of extremely limited duration by law: from May to October - with a succession of events that will brighten the paying public from October 17th to 21st. On October 17th, the ...

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Lowe After Hours: Coral Gables opens its doors to the Pop Up Prints exhibition.

With the Lowe After Hours, a sponsored Bacardi event, the POP ART Print exhibition was officially opened on Thursday  October 5th, at the Lowe Museum in Coral Gables, open until  December 17th. As already anticipated, the exhibition consists of 37 pieces mainly from the50s and 60s, from the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington with a group of artists that constitute the official formation of the Pop Art movement: Robert ...

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Irene Williams: from a tourist attraction to a South Beach Icon

In the collective imagination, synonymous of a magical place in which characters, who already are charismatic in themselves, take shape. Irene Williams was one of these. Named the Queen of Lincoln Road, born in 1917 in Revere, Massachusetts from a Jewish family, she lived and worked in Miami Beach, as a stenographer, from the 60s until her death in 2004. Nicknamed the queen of the Outsider Couture she stood out from ...

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Jean Michel Basquiat, “The Radiant Child”, at the West Palm Beach Norton Museum.

While London dresses up to celebrate at the Barbican Center an exhibition that counts 100 works by Jean Michael Basquiat and Banksy, in his charismatic anonymity he pays homage to two graffiti on the streets of the English capital, the Norton Museum in West Palm Beach shows a  unique piece of his, belonging to a private collection that will be available to the public for an extremely limited period of ...

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POP ART arrives at the Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables

Pop Art as a protest to existential distress, a revolution to abstract Expressionism, or an autonomous and original language of American identity? All lawful and truthful questions. Pop Art, a contraction of Popular Art, not to be understood with the mere meaning of popular art but rather as mass produced art for the people, is one of the most significant and recognizable features of American art in the second half ...

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Don’t say pink chocolate, call it Ruby

After the dark chocolate, the milk chocolate, the love-and-hate relationship with white chocolate, the blond Dulcey chocolate, created from an error by Frederic Bau -director of the École du Grand Chocolat Valrhona- Pink Chocolate arrived, Ruby to be exact . The Swiss company, leader of the sector Barry Callebaut GA, the world's largest chocolate producer, has introduced the "Ruby" chocolate variety, ruby, with a pink petal color. After 13 years ...

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Apple Keynote 2017: the first event at the Steve Jobs Theater, Apple Park.

The long-awaited September Keynote marked an important milestone for the Californian company: the opening, on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, of the Apple Park. The park entirely made of glass was designed by the British studio Foster + Partners, which, sharing the cardinal values ​​of Apple, has structured a circular base with a glass structure in order to favor the symbiosis with nature and the vision ...

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