Downtown Miami is not exactly the "it" place to go with Brickell, South Beach, and Wynwood dominating the nightlife scene. Although, it has added a reason to venture out to the area with Mama Tried – a new upscale, retro dive bar channeling those of Vegas back in the day. The light-up … Continue reading Mama Tried Miami – Retro, Radiant & Rare
I can happily admit that I fell in-love with another city. For Memorial Day weekend, I got to explore Chicago in all of its beautiful, patriotic, and architectural glory. Hotel I stayed at the LondonHouse Chicago, Chicago’s luxury riverfront hotel – and let me just tell you, it has the … Continue reading Chicago: 2018 Memorial Day Weekend
I went to Safari Edventure on Easter Sunday (April 1st) and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Where else in Miami do you get to participate in a wolf encounter? Allowing you to play and cuddle with baby wolves, along with full-grown, (almost) dire wolf status wolves–ok, maybe I'm getting a little carried away. After bonding … Continue reading Safari Edventure – For the Stark in All of Us
No plans for this weekend? Here are some ideas for what you can do – Miami has a lot to offer! Beach Pop the cooler in the car and take a trip to the beach. We have been blessed with beautiful weather lately, hopefully it continues. Brunch Brunch is in-style and very Miami (make reservations!). … Continue reading What to do for Easter in Miami
The 2018 Florida Renaissance Festival at Quiet Waters is coming to a conclusion this weekend on March 25th. I went a couple of weeks ago (and last year as well), and trust me it is worth it! Take advantage of the beautiful weather and travel back to the 16th century for an experience like no … Continue reading The Florida Renaissance Festival – Last Weekend to Attend!!!
I have always been a fan of The Miami-Dade County Fair and Exposition. Being the foodie that I am, my favorite part is the food! I went on opening day and I was not disappointed. Here is what you need to know: The Fair will be open from March 15-April 8. It is open daily … Continue reading The Fair be There!
It was a Sunday well spent at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea – the weather was splendid, the food was savory, and the company was more than satisfying. The experience served as the ideal unwinding to the thrill and merriness that was St. Patrick's Day. I have been to Lauderdale-by-the-Sea several times and it is always a good time. … Continue reading Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Perfect for a Daycation
I attended my first live ice hockey game on my 22nd birthday. Previous to that, I had only ever seen it on TV. Watching the USA Women beat Canada in the gold medal match at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics on TV really got me in the mood. My parents surprised me with tickets to see … Continue reading 22nd FL Panthers Game of the Season for my 22nd Birthday
Due to the Regenerative Medicine Foundation being a client of the agency I work at, Howard R. Miller Communications, I had the pleasure of working the 13th World Annual Stem Cell Summit at the Hyatt Regency Miami this past week. Previously, I had no knowledge of regenerative medicine, the summit, nor stem cell research really. … Continue reading Regenerative Medicine is the Present & the Future
Paradise City Comic Con took place this weekend, January 12-14, at the Miami Airport Convention Center. I have always wanted to go and now I finally have! I went with the intention of seeing Actor and ultimate hottie, Gregg Sulkin – whom I have fawned over since Avalon High and Wizards of Waverly Place – … Continue reading Paradise City Comic Con – Much More Than I Expected