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 20 years to build a massive stone tribute to the love he lost. Or at least that the widely known legend. Defying the obvious laws of nature he did most of his work at night to carve and place these huge… Read More
Photo a week challenge: Water, featues two endangered waterfront sites in Miami, Stiltsville and the Miami Marine Stadium.
If you are a history buff, a business expert, or maybe a little of both, you might enjoy reading my latest articles, written for the Dade Heritage Trust’s bi-annual magazine, Preservation Today. Find out what some of Miami’s oldest businesses have to say about their secret of survival. How to Succeed in Business.Preservation Today.Spring-Summer 2017