Summer in Miami inevitably means one thing… rainy days are headed our way. While nothing beats a stroll through Palm Court on a sunny Saturday, a stormy day in the Miami Design District holds its own charms. Read on for a few ways to keep entertained when the weather won’t cooperate.
Twenty-three dedicated teenagers have been hard at work this summer. Hailing from almost a dozen high schools across South Florida, emerging artists, young curators, and arts leaders in-the-making have been learning the nuts and bolts of what it takes to put on a show with Locust Art Builders (LAB).
An audiophile’s oasis has opened at Deja Vu Audio South in the iconic Moore Building. Lounging in one of four listening rooms, Johnny Cash’s “If You Could Read My Mind” on a DaVinciAudio Labs turntable never sounded so alive. Both the grit of his voice and the qualities unique to the recording permeated through the space. To appreciate music in this way feels like a ritual meant to bring you closer to the artist; it’s also like an act of homage that pays due respect to the way in which the album was intended to be heard.
As summer social calendars fill up, it’s the perfect time to take your look to the next level and indulge in a little pampering. Whether you need some glam for an event, to decompress after a stressful week, or just refresh your look, summer is the time to do so. Head over to the Miami Design District and two of our go-to spots to ensure that you look your very best this summer.