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Art Enthusiasts are Invited to Celebrate the Return of Art Basel Miami Beach, Along with Other Iconic Arts & Culture Events This Fall

Travelers will celebrate the city’s vibrant and diverse culture with the return of Art Basel Miami Beach, open-air concerts, and more!

Published: Nov. 2, 2021 at 7:20 AM MDT|Updated: 4 hours ago

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Nov. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Miami Beach is inviting art connoisseurs and travelers who enjoy cultural exploration to celebrate the city’s vibrant arts and culture scene this fall. Visitors can discover world-class art activations during Art Basel Miami Beach, enjoy the sounds of classical music at open-air concerts, celebrate Black culture through films at SoundScape Park, experience Latin culture at the Miami

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Arts and Culture Highlight Summore Season in Myrtle Beach, SC

New exhibits, live entertainment and art are in abundance at the Beach this fall

Published: Oct. 12, 2021 at 9:00 AM CDT|Updated: 1 hour ago

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., Oct. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Summore Season has arrived at the Beach with an array of arts and culture experiences across the Myrtle Beach area’s 60 miles of coastline and 14 communities. The Grand Strand is home to historical museums, art galleries, beautifully landscaped gardens, tours, and live theaters all combined to make for a unique and memorable trip.

Home to what is considered the largest collection of American figurative sculpture in the...
Home to what is considered the largest collection of
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Miami Beach efforts to tone down South Beach party scene are racist, critics say

An effort by police in Miami Beach, Florida, to turn down the volume of South Beach’s raucous party scene is being labeled as racist by some critics.

City officials have been attempting to reduce noise levels and crime along the 10-block stretch of Ocean Drive known for art deco hotels, restaurants and bars, arguing that increased revenue from the partygoers is not worth the headaches for local residents.

“We cannot accept this as our normal,” Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber said. “What we have called an entertainment district has become an incredible magnet for crime and disorder, and whatever

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Daytona Beach hopes art and lighting will improve historic corridors

DAYTONA BEACH — For decades, city government officials have discussed ways to improve the historic core areas of the city and spent millions of dollars on master plans and consultants.

The meetings, plans and consultants have come and gone, but some of the business corridors targeted for improvements have only deteriorated.

Now Mayor Derrick Henry is leading a new push to improve those same areas, but with a new approach that begins with less complex goals and taps a portion of $7.5 million in federal COVID-19 recovery dollars already promised to the city. 

Read more:Daytona Beach seeks grants

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