Things to Do in November

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Palm Beach Balloon Festival

By: Jennifer Agress and Yours Truly

 

The season continues to heat up with so many things to do in Miami in November. Check out the best —  from WOW light and balloon festivals and a celebrity-led series of food and drink events, to a major film festival in Fort Lauderdale , a celebration of all things French and more. Looking for something new to do in the Magic City? Try one of the events listed below. We love them—and we think you will, too!

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The “New” Provence

Those of you who have been reading this blog for awhile know my travel coverage has focused on less well traveled destinations — Ethiopia, Iran, Crete and others, and surprising discoveries in each. On a recent trip we went to the “new” Provence, or as the Wall Street Journal described, “Not Your Father’s Provence”. The attractions that have appealed to some of history’s greatest painters, from Cezanne to Van Gogh, still shine, but it’s becoming a new place thanks to global modern day billionaires in the tradition of the Medicis. Here are images and facts that surprise from visits to Aix-en-Provence, the Luberon and Arles. Enjoy!
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Things to do in October

Get out your calendars! Here’s our monthly list of things to do in Miami in October 2019, from a Maroon 5 concert and fashion, film and seafood festivals, to a unique art fundraiser, a boat show and more. Looking for something new to do in the Magic City? Try one of the events listed below. We love them—and we think you will, too!
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Cool Things to Do in September

Here’s our monthly picks of the best special things to do in Miami in September — from food, beverage and culture to entertainment offerings. Plus, there’s the Miami Trail Festival bringing together nature and adventure lovers as they participate in different running trails, mountain biking routes and other off-road expeditions.
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Graphicstudio USF, a Gem

For those of you art lovers, you may be surprised to learn that one of the preeminent print making studios in the country is in Tampa. For over 50 years Graphicstudio USF has hosted an Artists in Residence program with such luminaries as Robert Rauschenberg, Jim Dine, Alex Katz, James Rosenquist and others. And then there’s a benefit sale in May where you can snag great buys. I first heard about this at the INK Miami Art Fair at Art Basel and then made a trip to Tampa to see it and find out more. And if you like what you read and can’t make it to Tampa, they’ll be at this year’s  INK Art Fair.
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Cool Things to Do in July

There’s so much going on in Miami in July 2019, from the much awaited spa month,  Dionne Warwick in concert,  a mango festival, and major movie happenings in the Bahamas, to performances by international ballet stars, Miami Swim Week 2019 and more. Looking for something new to do in the Magic City? Try one of the events listed below. We love them—and we think you will, too!
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Not to Be Missed Miami Art Exhibits

Do not miss these top four Miami art exhibits at The Bass, ICA, PAMM and MOCA. Whatever your medium of choice, there’s an exhibit for you — furniture, fiber sculpture, sculptures with found objects, tapestries, paintings, photography– you name it. There’s even a barbershop where you can get a haircut!  For my tastes, they are some of the best exhibits in awhile, and happen to be all at once. Just in time, too, for summer when it just seems there’s more time.
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A Day in Overtown: Where to Visit, Eat, Stay,and Entertain

Places to visit, where to eat, where to stay, entertainment, and the annual not to be missed event:  here’s your guide for a day exploring Overtown, one of Miami’s most historic areas. There’s no better neighborhood to find authentic soul food or experience an amateur night showcase that’s modeled after the historic Apollo Theater’s long-running one in New York City. And rivaling Wynwood’s famous street murals are those of the late artist Purvis Young, born in Overtown. The building façades and architecture harken back to the early 1900s when black performers played, ate and stayed here. A new B & B, too, a bargain at rates starting at $100 a night.
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