Issue - February 2018
Seas The Day
This month, we explore everything on, in and around the beautiful azure waters that surround our paradise by the sea.
Just south of Miami in exotic Florida Keys, Seacamp provides experiential education in marine studies to students aged 8 to 21 years old with a focus on hands-on and interactive programs.
Iberia Tiles has been fostering all hard surface and flooring needs in South Florida for over 30 years. The new year is sure to usher in even more home solutions for every taste.
The LH-Finance Pre-Qualification VIP Program gets potential buyers Very VIP access to the 30th Annual Miami Yacht Show, the city’s premier luxury yacht show on Collins Avenue.
In addition to an uncanny ability to wrangle electricity better than anyone, Nikola Tesla had a wicked sense of style. If he were around today, he might well be driving a Morgan EV3.
Owning a watch collection is exciting until you realize how much they are worth and all but the one currently on your wrist are stashed in a remarkably unsecure dresser drawer.
Let’s Be Shady!
Linda Farrow is a sunglass pioneer who just opened her first store at Bal Harbour Shops. Her collection will keep you calm, cool and collected from season to season.
If you’re a fashion lover, enthusiast or you just simply like to see the rarest most-wanted pieces of all time, you might consider following @eBayBae.
What better way to celebrate St. Valentine’s on our still-temperate isle than adding a sweet treat to your already loving home? Below, we’ve selected the top-dogs from our city’s most reputable rescues.
Mustering forth with the bold manifesto to eat, drink and educate, Feb. 21-25 sees the Food Network & Cooking Channel’s South Beach Wine & Food Festival once more erupt on our shores.
An artist whose love of that most childlike of crafting materials has sustained itself through adulthood, sandcarver Matt Long’s fantastical creations awaken the wonder and admiration of effort that all great pieces should inspire.
Coffee table books matter more than ever in our digital age, especially when we have a strong affinity for the subject matter. The following beautiful volumes will make you pause for a moment and daydream.
Shuckin’ & Jivin’
In honor of the awe-inspiring MIBS and all the marine merriment it entails, this month we tip our hats and raise our glasses to Shucker’s Waterfront Grill, a true bastion in our extensive dock-and-dine scene.
Tired of people seeing your time spent on the water as frivolous play? The following health facts will fill up your boat with family and friends as you turn your critics into converts.
Saved By The Bill
The last bastion for so many of our ecosystem’s indigenous species, Christopher Boykin of the Pelican Harbor Seabird Station provides a compassionate service for some of our city’s most distinctive residents.
A BOAT STORY
When organizers announced the exciting move of the Miami International Boat Show to Key Biscayne a few years ago, it made national headlines. Interstingly, many did not realizing that the show actually began on the island back in 1941.
SLICE OF PARADISE
A dream come true for any family, this jewel of a home overlooks beautiful Pines Canal and has water on two sides, showcasing breathtaking, private vistas all year long.
In honor of the Miami International Boat Show, we’ve scoured all corners of our marketplace for the finest in marine accessories sure to get you eager to set sail.
Key Biscayne becomes the ultimate destination for boating enthusiasts from around the globe as both the Miami International Boat Show and Strictly Sail drop anchor at the Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin to create one all-inclusive venue featuring over $3 billion in all things nautical on Feb. 15-19. If that isn’t enough vessels, boat gear and accessories for you, there's also the completely separate Miami Yacht Show on Collins Avenue and the invitation-only Super Yachts Miami on Watson Island running concurrently featuring another $1 billion in yachts and nautical merchandise to explore.
Experience the kind of peace only nature can offer with these yacht-ready looks perfect for the season.
Trends, patterns and accessories unite to create the perfect Spring look for the savvy and stylish city dweller.
An activist and educator changing lives all across our coasts, no challenge seems too titanic for Deborah Mellen, one of Key Biscaye’s most heartful philanthropists.
Spotlighting news, launches, happenings, products & places in and around South Florida.
PVG Insurance Group held a grand opening for staff, clients, friends and family to welcome everyone to their new offices located at 240 Crandon Boulevard in Key Biscayne.
The Key Biscayne Yacht Club hosted a fundraiser entitled “Play For Puerto Rico: A Humanitarian Disaster Relief” to send supplies to Puerto Rico.
Fundacion Manos Del Sur held their annual celebration to honor La Virgen De Guadalupe, with all proceeds benefiting Mexico: Hogar La Divina Providencia and Argentina: Para Los Chicos Un Futuro Mejor.
The inaugural “Ice Cream We Love” event at Bal Harbour Shops was a resounding success, raising more than $70,000 for Holtz Children’s Hospital.
Ocean Club Tower I & II hosted a very special holiday party for its residents.
Pilates Zone invited a series of VIP guests to celebrate the holidays in style with a special Arial Silks Performance by their students.
Diamonds On The Key celebrated their milestone 10-year Anniversary during a special cocktail party at Puntino in Key Biscayne.
Toy Town welcomed Santa and his Elves at a Christmas Party at The Square.
The 2017 Winterfest celebrated 20 years at The Civic Center Plaza.