“As we consider our first female candidate for POTUS, Swampspace honors Margaret Thatcher, the original Iron Lady,” said gallerist, curator, fabricator, and artist Oliver Sanchez.

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It’s no doubt that the streets of the Miami Design District are filled with renowned fashion brands, chic furniture outposts, delicious restaurants, and thought-provoking museums. One thing you might not associate with the District? Fitness! The neighborhood is home to a facility designed for pro athletes (and those who strive to train like them) and a blissed out yoga studio opening later this year. Check out both health clubs and see which one is up your alley.

If you’re tired of keeping your feet caged in heels or having to balance like you’re a member of Cirque du Soleil when wearing super high-wedges, it’s time to take your shoes down a notch. Literally. But we don’t mean in style — but rather height. 

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This month Miami welcomed the return of Miami Spice, a citywide promotion offering discounted, three-course specialty menus at dining hotspots throughout the city. Here in the Miami Design District, we’re welcoming the promotion at two of our staple restaurants, Michael’s Genuine and Cypress Tavern. However, if you’re looking for dining in the District at a similar price point, your options don’t end there.

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While ICA Miami’s summer lineup presents works from three very different artists, they are much more connected than one might initially think. On display now through October 30, the solo exhibitions in the museum’s expansive second floor galleries showcase the rediscovered work of accomplished artist Ida Applebroog; drawings and renderings by Susan Te Kahuranji King; and the site-specific sculptures of Renaud Jerez.

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