Issue – October 2020
To the Fullest
92 In Key Biscayne, it’s always summer, even as the seasons change everywhere else in the world. Islanders rarely hesitate to take full advantage of the sun, fun and activities in the great outdoors (and indoors!) at every opportunity throughout The Key and beyond.
With everything from socially distanced voting rallies to virtual fundraisers, ballet performances and classes accessible from your home or office, Miami remains as vibrant as ever.
Florida has more springs than any place else in the world, supporting entire ecosystems and connecting Floridians to 90% of their drinking water. There are over 1,000 springs in The Sunshine State, many found within national and state parks, and several are privately owned.
Hands Of Time
Unlike the plot of the Back To The Future movies, most of us don’t get a chance to go back in time and re-do or undo what we wish we could change. So we did the next best thing and asked some Miami professionals what they would tell their younger selves.
When we first profiled Barbara & Tino Peña and their family 11 years ago in a wildly popular “Super Parents!” feature, their four children ranged in age from 10 months to 8 years old. Today, the parents are the wiser for it and their kids have grown up right before their very eyes.
Fall To Rise
Warm tones and metallic embellishments welcome Autumn, bringing a fresh twist to vintage-inspired trends.
Nostalgia is in the air as we re-introduce you to a few Key Biscayne mothers we’ve profiled over the years to see what it was like raising their kids on the island now that they are all grown up.
Different times ask for different behaviors. The simply divine 2 Mile RE21 Collection from Alexandre Birman is a comfortable transition between home and the city — one comfy step at a time.
The Selfless Love Foundation has a bold vision: More foster children matched with their forever family and a strong support system to assist these transitioning youth to become independent, healthy, educated, empowered young adults.
Known as a place where home meets hotel, Beach Haus Key Biscayne and Quarzo Bal Harbour reside between beautiful sunny beaches and the best local eateries, shops, markets and experiences.
Living in Key Biscayne is like being on vacation every day. Just off bustling Miami, the Key offers the pinnacle of tropical island living with all the sophisticated amenities one could expect. Drive over the bridge and feel your stress melt away.
The breathtaking 48wallytender X brings us the glamorous aesthetic that the stylish daycruiser 48wallytender is known for in a super high-performance outboard version. The result is a welcoming and comfortable boat with impressive top speeds and unrivalled seakeeping.
The company who brought us vanishing TV sets and roll-away versions now brings us The Terrace. Samsung’s state-of-the-art outdoor 4K QLED TV and accompanying soundbar are the perfect fit for Miami’s year-round great weather and sprawling outdoor entertainment areas.
While an EV (electric vehicle) would make an ideal car for daily office commutes, many of us can’t quite make the plunge, preferring a vehicle that stirs our soul, and that is just what this magnificent work of art on wheels accomplishes.
Humans aren’t the only ones affected by the recent events. Tootsie lost everything to COVID-19. Lab Rescue of Florida saved her from Miami-Dade Animal Services. Now she needs a forever home.
DashBar is making headlines for its collective beauty bar experience that is quick and efficient, without compromising on quality of service or products. But did you know that they’re also huge believers in ethical beauty?
As a creative, you’re likely not only looking for a high-tech camera that takes great photos, but also one that doesn’t break the bank. The sophisticated Fujifilm X-T200 achieves that balance with picture-perfect precision.
Store your wine in your living room, dining room, even the garage. EuroCave can turn just about anywhere into a natural wine cellar.
Jennifer Rey-Garcia of the Christine E. Lynn Rehabilitation Center for The Miami Project To Cure Paralysis at UHealth/Jackson Memorial is at the forefront of managing the delicate balance between meeting the expectations of patients and staff members.
When we sat down to plan our special “WHERE ARE THEY NOW?”