Maximizing Luxury Travel

Even many South Florida locals don’t know about the international housing styles planned almost a hundred years ago, helping make Coral Gables one of the most distinctive cities in Florida. Today...

History through postcards. They are fun, collectible, and a window into our past. I thought some of my readers might enjoy an article I wrote for a recent issue of Coral...

I’ve said it before – March and April are my two favorite months in Florida. I’ve never been one to lay out in the sun, but I do love to walk...

Illuminate Coral Gables featured dramatic light and sound instillations by world-renown artists.

Miami Villagers

Restoration work in Miami-Dade County funded by The Villagers.

Was it a tribute to lost love, complete madness, or savvy entrepreneurship? In the Miami of the 1920s, a diminutive Lithuanian immigrant named Ed Leedskalnin worked alone and in secret for...

I am super behind on this month’s seasonal photo challenges, but I figure better late than never. Nothing says summer to me like the lifeguard stands on Miami Beach, among my...

Photo a week challenge: Water, featues two endangered waterfront sites in Miami, Stiltsville and the Miami Marine Stadium.

Possibly my favorite Miami “opening.” Every spring, the peacocks line-up along our entry drive to strut their stuff and compete for favors.

A positive difference: Every year when the new growth sprouts on the Royal Poinciana trees we know summer heat is coming and it’s time to leave our home in Miami for...