This week's Miami Soul weekend guide is a warm up to the start of the Spring social season.
In celebration of Black History Month, Miami Soul closes out the series with some fun facts in Miami's history.
Philanthropist, tastemaker, and WE tv's "Growing Up Hip Hop" star, Angela Simmons, hosts a philanthropic celebrity weekend on South Beach to benefit the Overtown Youth Center.
This year's BlackTech Week is flexing big muscles with an impressive five-day lineup of entrepreneurial power brokers, more events, and game-changing inspiration.
Celebrate Black History Month every day in February with a daily calendar of programming and events throughout South Florida. Black History is American History.
Florida Memorial University turns up with a full week of Homecoming festivities and activities as students, alumni, and supporters come together to celebrate.
The Super Bowl of boat shows gets a mega makeover with brand new experiences and with a new home at the Marine Stadium Park & Basin with more than 100,000 attendees expected.
There's no reason to stay home this weekend when there's so many things to do and places to check out. Miami Soul curates your weekend and takes the guesswork out.
It's a foodie battle with craft beer as the secret ingredient and featuring gastro-bites from local chefs and craft beer pairings.
Let us be a better neighbor to our community by commemorating the legacy and spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by participating in a number of Day of Service events throughout South Florida.
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