The NRP Sagres III visiting Museum Park in Downtown Miami “Without goals, and plans to reach them, you are like a ship that has set sail with no destination.” ~~ Fitzhugh Dodson
The old letter box still being used at the Ingraham Building in historic downtown Miami. One of downtown Miami’s most significant structures, the Ingraham Building is an outstanding example of Second Renaissance Revival style architecture. Of particular interest are the … Continue reading
Dr. James M. Jackson was the first resident physician in Miami, arriving a few months before the city was incorporated. From 1905 – when he had the structure built – until 1916, Dr. Jackson maintained his office and surgery here. … Continue reading
“Opened in 1913, the Lyric Theater quickly became a major entertainment center for blacks in Miami. The 400-seat theater was built, owned and operated by Geder Walker, a black man from Georgia. In 1915 the Miami Metropolis newspaper described the … Continue reading
Tower Theater, located at 1508 SW Eighth Street in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood, opened in December 1926. “The original theater was designed in the Mediterranean Revival style with a tile roof, square tower on the northwest corner, and a Spanish-inspired interior. The theater … Continue reading
Thank you President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. I won’t lose hope. “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” ~~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
New mural at the Miami Marine Stadium
The Daily Post Photo Challenge
Statue in the historic Miami Cemetery in Downtown Miami “It’s said that All Hallows’ Eve is one of the nights when the veil between the worlds is thin – and whether you believe in such things or not, those roaming … Continue reading
Archway detail at the Shoreland Arcade, 122 NE 1 Street, Downtown Miami, built 1925 “Every doorway, every intersection has a story.” ~~ Katherine Dunn
Olympia Theater, on Flagler Street in Downtown Miami, opened in 1926 as a silent movie house and the first air-conditioned building in South Florida. Rare
Cuban artist, Pedro Damian, created the iconic roosters found throughout the City of Miami, but especially along Calle Ocho in Little Havana.