Taken circa 1953, the before photo showcases one of the earliest iterations of that beloved cultural hub known simply as The Key Biscayne Shopping Center, a staple of early Island life. Later expanding to include Vernon’s Drugs, a business recognizable to generations of Key Biscayners which featured the Island’s earliest phone booth, the shopping center is still around today, radiating a heritage and charm generally bereft in townships bordering such emergent urban cityscapes. — Ryan Jarrell
The All For Venezuela fashion show in Key Biscayne benefitted Friends Of The Children Of Venezuela, a Miami-based nonprofit in charge of vulnerable and hospitalized children in Venezuela.
Park Grove hosted a discussion with Miami’s biggest names in real estate during an in-depth look at the city’s real estate market.