The sports and celebratory art of the great legends of sport, music and art of The McTiers exhibited in the ModArt-District of Miami.

For all those people who have missed the Miami Open, there is a chance to see the works (along with many others equally worth it) that Lucy and Jace McTier, The McTiers, exhibited at Hard Rock Stadium for the ModArt Gallery, now visible in the gallery itself, from April 6 to  July 12, 2019. Lucy and Jace McTier, mother and son, are the concrete example of how a relationship can be ...

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Miami Open renews itself, flagging another fundamental step in the path of the future fifth Grande Slam.

The Miami Open, sponsored by Itaú, is one of the most attractive steps of the ATP/WTA tour of the world tennis circuit and it has been since the Butch and Cliff Buchholz brothers in 1980 decided to create a fifth Grande Slam (the others are Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open) to play in spring in Florida: a professional tournament for men and women that offered the same ...

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An evening with Pat Riley

Pat Riley this is his business card: nine NBA titles, for 22 years president of the Miami Heat. His curriculum is unquestionably one of the most impressive of all sports: player, coach, president. Few, in any sports field, have reached the levels of success achieved by Riley playing various roles in almost half a century of activity. He proudly shows off, almost in a showy fashion, the 2006 ring because, he ...

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Warriors-Cavaliers: fourth act!

It was since 1979 that both Conference finals didn’t end in competition 7.  Fighting, throbbing, it was exciting but at the end, for the fourth consecutive year, Warriors and Cavaliers will compete. On one hand, the team with the strongest NBA roaster, on the other the one with LeeBron, the extraterrestrial that so far played his best season. And to think that both finalists, after the respective Conference 5 race were ...

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