Experience Miami Beach in 60 Seconds

By CycleHere Media From a drive down the neon-lit Ocean Drive in South Beach to a stay at the iconic Fontainebleau Hotel, here's a look at what you can experience in Miami Beach — all in 60 seconds…

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Miami Beach in 60 Dazzling Seconds

By CycleHere Media One of the most glamorous beaches in the world is home to some of the most recognizable locations: South Beach, Collins Avenue, Art Deco, Joe's Stone Crab, the Fontainebleau, the Eden Roc and Lincoln Road…

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Art Basel Miami Beach, a Scene to be Seen

By Kara Franker Art Basel Miami Beach, the U.S. venue for the contemporary arts trade fair established in Basel, Switzerland in 1970, showcases works from more than 260 galleries and 2,000 artists from North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa. It's also known for its food, drink…

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Fontainebleau: Spectacular for All Things Miami Beach

By Kelly Blanco and Trevor Green With more than 50 years of history, the legendary Fontainebleau continues to be one of Miami's premiere travel destinations. Two times larger than the next biggest hotel in Miami, the Fontainebleau features world-class amenities and views from four towers. Throw in…

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Bourbon & Beats: Miami Beach's Craft Cocktail Scene

By Kara Franker South Beach is famous for its high energy nightlife and exclusive club scene. But what if you're looking for more of a laid back vibe? Known for its killer handcrafted cocktails, Radio Bar is the place to go for more of a lounge-style, hip local's scene. Located in the trendy…

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Art Deco District: The Architecture of Miami Beach

Take an Underworld Tour of the Art Deco District in Miami Beach. Old rotary phones chimed ring-a-ding-ding. Bookies wearing fedora hats and suits with knife-edge creases in the pants sat in overstuffed chairs, answered the phones, took bets and talked fast. They even called your hotel room to tell…

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Shtetl by the Sea: Jewish Landmarks of Miami Beach

By Jodi Mailander Farrell The community that made Miami Beach famous as the place to go for Jewish winter vacations and retirement has diminished, but the impact the population made on the island remains obvious in its Jewish landmarks. In 1949, when the Florida Legislature ended the…

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Top 10 Art Deco Hotels in Miami Beach

By Kara Franker Did you know that the largest collection of art deco architecture in the world sits on the shimmering shores of South Beach? Built in the 1930s and ‘40s, these glamorous structures typically feature white façades and sleek designs. On Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue you’ll discover…

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