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The "7 Deadly Sins" coming to Lincoln Road

The “7 Deadly Sins” are coming to Lincoln Road

This November, enjoy a live site-specific, socially distanced theatrical event in seven vacant storefronts.
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Grayton Beach No. 1 in top-10 US list by “Dr. Beach”

Grayton Beach No. 1 in top-10 US list by “Dr. Beach”

Its fine powdery sand that talks to you it is a large reason the beach was picked as the best.
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Cuban Coffee – The Fuel of Champions

Secrets of the Cuban Coffee that Makes it a Must Do after Meals if you Live in Florida. Learn a Few Interesting Facts about the so Popular Cuban Coffee.
#EarthDay2020Halt: 500 street artists execute a worldwide protest

#EarthDay2020Halt: 500 street artists execute a worldwide protest

Artists showcase their projects created in secret over the last sixth months in honor of Earth Day.
Why Health Experts Aren’t Warning about Coronavirus in Food

Why Health Experts Aren’t Warning about Coronavirus in Food

The answer has to do with the varying paths organisms take to make people sick.
Three Museums Up the Art Ante in Miami

From Graffiti to Infinity Rooms: Three Museums Up the Art Ante in Miami

These museums build Miami’s reputation as a major art city in it for the long haul.
Richard Butler on Art, Music and Melancholy

Richard Butler on Art, Music and Melancholy

Richard Butler presents a “melancholy” group of intimate portraits that haunt and linger.
Hibiscus Margarita with Black Sea Salt by Mixologist Micah Hinde

Hibiscus Margarita with Black Sea Salt: a True Game-changer

This cocktail was created by Mixologist Micah Hinde from Barcello restaurant.
Pérez Art Museum Miami: an Art Boom in the Last Two Decades

Pérez Art Museum Miami: a Milestone of the Art Boom in Miami

Miami’s premier art museum at 35 is a gleaming testament to the city’s commitment to art.
Lake Worth Street Painting Festival Chalks Up Success

A Street Painting Festival Chalks Up Success Year After Year

One of the largest street painting festivals in the country, it attracts over 100,000 people each year.
10 Years After, Wynwood Murals Fast Track a Neighborhood

10 Years After, Murals Keep Fast Tracking a Neighborhood

Wynwood has become a hot spot, with hordes of art lovers and tourists flocking to see the art.
Talin Lyman’s Art of Lush Landscape, Wine Included

Talin Lyman’s Art of Lush Landscape, Wine Included

She travels to exotic places and takes photos as inspiration for her large scale landscape paintings.
How Can you Make Healthy Food Resolutions Really Stick?

How Can you Make Healthy Food Resolutions Really Stick?

If we’re pledging to make better food choices, which strategies can help us stick with them?
What’s Behind Paint Names

Calamine Pink, or Dead Salmon? What’s Behind Paint Names

Ever wonder how paint colors get their names?
The Dark Side of Supportive Relationships

The Dark Side of Supportive Relationships

Do you want a partner who unconditionally has your back, or one who plays devil’s advocate?
Why Teen Depression Rates Are Rising Faster for Girls than Boys

Why Teen Depression Rates Are Rising Faster for Girls than Boys

They both use smartphones. So why are girls experiencing more mental health issues?
Star Chef Brings Coastal Italian to Palm Beach Gardens

Star Chef Brings Coastal Italian to Palm Beach Gardens

Scusi Trattoria has a warm and inviting vibe. The menu includes very delectable items by Chef Tourondel.
'Unifying' art replaces mural that featured Confederate flag

‘Unifying’ Art Replaces Mural that Featured Confederate Flag

The new artwork represents the latest effort by lawmakers to strip away the divisive symbol.
Miccosukee Heroes New Mural in Wynwood

“Miccosukee Heroes:” New Mural in Wynwood Honors Tribe and its Challenges

The new artwork to honor the tribe and its message will be up for a least a year.
Banana, Duct Tape Add up to $150,000 at Art Basel Miami

Banana, Duct Tape Add up to $150,000 at Art Basel Miami

“Comedian” — a spotty banana duct-taped to a wall by artist Maurizio Cattelan. sold for $120,000.
Miami Beach Unveils Traffic Sculpture Made of Sand

Miami Beach Unveils Traffic Sculpture Made of Sand

Artist Leandro Erlich used 330 tons (299 metric tons) of sand to create his largest work of art to date.
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