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A Taste of Miami, Florida

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DID YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT MIAMI?

  1. Miami is a major city located on the Atlantic coast in southeastern Florida, in the United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau the population was 433,136.

  2. In 2008, Miami was ranked as "America's Cleanest City" according to Forbes Magazine for its year-round good air quality, vast green spaces, clean drinking water, clean streets and city-wide recycling programs. In 2009, UBS study of 73 world cities, Miami was ranked as the richest city in the United States and the world's fifth-richest city, in terms of purchasing power.

  3. Miami's explosive population growth in recent years has been driven by internal migration from other parts of the country as well as by immigration. Miami is regarded as more of a multicultural mosaic, than it is a melting pot, with residents still maintaining much of, or some of their cultural traits. The overall culture of Miami is heavily influenced by its large population of Latinos, and Blacks, mainly from the Caribbean, from islands such as Jamaica, Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago, and The Bahamas.

  4. The northern side of Miami includes Midtown, a district with a great mix of diversity with many West Indians, Hispanics, European Americans, bohemians, and artists. Edgewater, and Wynwood, are neighborhoods of Midtown and are made up mostly of high-rise residential towers and are home to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. The wealthier residents usually live in the northeastern part, in Midtown, the Design District, and the Upper East Side, with many sought after 1920s homes and home of the MiMo Historic District, a style of architecture originated in Miami in the 1950s. The northern side of Miami, also has notable African American and Caribbean immigrant communities such as Little Haiti, Overtown (home of the Lyric Theater), and Liberty City.

  5. Public schools in Miami are governed by Miami-Dade County Public Schools, which is the largest school district in Florida and the fourth-largest in the United States. As of September 2008 it has a student enrollment of 385,655 and over 392 schools and centers. The district is also the largest minority public school system in the country, with 60% of its students being of Hispanic origin, 28% African American, 10% White (non-Hispanic) and 2% non-white of other minorities.

  6. The Kampong, a botanical garden in Coconut Grove.Miami is also considered a "hot spot" for dance music, Freestyle, a style of dance music popular in the 80's and 90's heavily influenced by Electro, hip-hop, and disco. Many popular Freestyle acts such as Pretty Tony, Debbie Deb, Stevie B, and Exposé, originated in Miami. Indie/folk acts Cat Power and Iron & Wine are based in the city, while alternative hip hop artist Sage Francis, electro artist Uffie, and the electroclash duo Avenue D were born in Miami, but musically based elsewhere.

  7. The 80's and 90's also brought the genre of high energy Miami Bass to dance floors and car subwoofers throughout the country. Miami Bass spawned artists like 2 Live Crew (featuring Uncle Luke), 95 South, Tag Team, 69 Boyz, Quad City DJ's, and Freak Nasty. Examples of these songs are "Whoomp! (There It Is)" by Tag Team in 1993, "Tootsee Roll" by 69 Boyz in 1994, and "C'mon N' Ride It (The Train)" by the Quad City DJ's in 1996. These songs all reached the top 10 in the pop charts and gave Miami Bass a new commercial success. There are also several rap and hip hop artists out of Miami. They include Trick Daddy, Trina, Pitbull, Pretty Ricky, DJ Khaled, Jackie-O, Rick Ross, DJ Laz, and the Miami Bass group 2 Live Crew.

  8. Miami has a tropical monsoon climate with hot and humid summers and short, warm winters, with a marked drier season in the winter. Hurricane season officially runs from June 1 through November 30, although hurricanes can develop beyond those dates.

Radio Stations
WDNA 88.9 FM Miami, FL Jazz
WPOW 96.5 FM Miami, FL Hip Hop
WEDR 99.1 FM Miami, FL Hip Hop
WHYI 100.7 FM Fort Lauderdale, FL Top-40
WHQT 105.1 FM Coral Gables, FL Urban Contemporary
WQAM 560 AM Miami, FL Sports
WMBM 1490 AM Miami Beach, FL Gospel Music

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Demographics of Miami, Florida

By Race

White

Black

Native American

Asian

Hispanic

Total Population

72.7%

22.3%

0.02%

0.07%

69.4%

Because Hispanics could be counted in other races, the totals above could possibly be more than 100%. If you would like a detailed listing of all ethnic groups in the U.S., please Click Here.

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(BPRW) SUMMER INTERNS SPARKLE AT SONSHINE

(BLACK PR WIRE) – Summer is here, and Sonshine welcomes college-bound students for a summer experience to sparkle and shine! Interns Aniqua Hendricks and Jimmy Mentor have joined the team and are doing just that and so much more.


 SONSHINE
(L-R): Sonshine interns Aniqua Hendricks and Jimmy Mentor



Bernadette Morris of  SONSHINE
Bernadette Morris, CEO of Sonshine Communications


Proud participants in Miami-Dade County’s Economic Advocacy Trust Youth Intern Partnership Initiative, the two have carved a niche of their own creativity and style and fit well with the Sonshine brand and corporate culture.

“We are so blessed to have two talented, dedicated and focus-driven young professionals here with us,” states Bernadette Morris, president and CEO of Sonshine. “They are a breath of fresh air and are working to gain insightful experience in our creative profession.”

Aniqua, 18 is a graduate of Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School. She will attend Florida State University this fall and plans to major in psychology and minor in criminology. “My dream career is to be an actress or a songwriter,” exclaims Aniqua. “But my practical career is to be a lawyer, in order to have something to fall back on.”

While at Sonshine, Aniqua is working on brand development with social media for some of the agency clients. She’s also going on location for raw video footage and has been instrumental in creating new and innovative Instagram projects for the agency.

Jimmy, 17, is a recent graduate of Mavericks High School. This fall, he will be attending the School of Audio Engineering (SAE). From there, he will study audio production as he perfects his talent and craft.

His projects at Sonshine include audio development and support on company projects. He and his colleague have also helped record and serve as talent on scripting for client projects. “It is so exciting to see a project from start to finish,” says Jimmy. “There’s so much involved in every second and you have to be sharp and innovative throughout.”

When asked on the value of internships, both Aniqua and Jimmy express their heartfelt thoughts. “Internships provide a great opportunity to help you to become a well-rounded person -- and it is loads of fun too,” says Aniqua. “I am really enjoying my time at Sonshine Communications,” says Jimmy. “Interning is a great way for someone to acquire many different professional skills that will be beneficial in the future.”

Incorporated in 1993, Sonshine Communications is one of the most seasoned and successful public relations, marketing and advertising firms in the nation. Sonshine specializes in cause-related campaigns, and offers a wide array of services including advertising, public and community outreach, diversity marketing, media relations, event planning and management, web development, multi-media and graphic design, and much more.

Sonshine is an independently-owned agency and among the first in the country to be the recipient of two multiple-award, highly-competitive and much-coveted contracts via GSA Schedule for Advertising and Integrated Marketing Solutions (AIMS). The firm is solely minority-owned (by an African-American female) and is headquartered in Miami, Florida.

For more information about Sonshine Communications, visit www.sonshine.com or call (305) 948-8063.

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(BPRW) FAMILY-OPERATED SECURITY FIRM SOARS TO NEW HEIGHTS

- South Florida-Based Espionage Agents Seeks to Expand to National Level -

FAMILY-OPERATED SECURITY FIRM
Oliver Currithers and Eunice Currithers


(BLACK PR WIRE) – MIAMI, FL – Now more than ever, people are concerned with the security of their homes, property and businesses. Espionage Agents is a security agency licensed in the State of Florida, and leads the industry in providing security monitoring and protection for gated communities, apartment complexes, commercial properties, and construction sites throughout the tri-county south Florida area. At the helm of Espionage Agents is the partnership of Eunice Currithers, the company director, and her son Oliver Currithers, the company president.

“I’ve been overseeing the operations of Espionage Agents since its inception in 2009. Seeing that the fundamental goal of the company is to be an outstanding security organization dedicated to serving our clients, my duty is very important,” says Oliver Currithers. “Previously, I was the operations manager and partner in another security company for over ten years. My desire to serve and protect led me to being a part of the security field.”

Eunice Currithers agrees with her son’s assessment of his protective nature. “I always knew he would do something in law enforcement. He was always interested in that, so it wasn't a surprise when he decided to start his own security company.” Describing her role at the company, Eunice states, “I have been a part of Espionage Agents when it was just a thought, but I became active in the last two years or so. My role has a great deal of variety, however, since we are a small company. I do everything from sorting mail to onsite visits.”

The clientele for Espionage Agents includes property managers for apartment, condominium, and office buildings. Oliver Currithers believes that there is an essential need for good security, and that Espionage Agents is well-equipped to fulfill those needs. “I would not say that we offer anything different from the many security companies, but like the good companies, we take pride in our protection services. Our services are tailored to our clients’ needs,” he says.

“Often the mere presence of a uniformed Espionage Agents security officer will deter those persons who might be a disturbance. However, when presence alone and the possibility of physical force may not be enough, a well-trained Espionage Agents armed guard will be assigned to your location. You can be assured that your needs will be met with the most qualified and experienced armed guards available.”

While Espionage Agents has at present only served local businesses, the Currithers have a long-term vision for national recognition. “Our dream is to see Espionage Agents become one of the top security companies in the State of Florida, and someday expand and offer services throughout the United States,” says Eunice Currithers.

For more information on Espionage Agents, call (754) 204-4844 or visit www.espionageagents.com.

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(BPRW) FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA VISITS JESSIE TRICE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER TO PROMOTE THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA VISITS JESSIE TRICE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
First Lady Michelle Obama (center) speaks with Jessie Trice Community Health Center President Annie Neasman (left) during her recent Miami visit.


(BLACK PR WIRE) – First Lady Michelle Obama recently visited the Jessie Trice Community Health Center (JTCHC) to promote the Affordable Care Act. Outreach and enrollment efforts by the Obama administration have been in full force to encourage key demographics to enroll by the March 31st deadline. With just weeks left to sign up for health care under the Affordable Care Act, the First Lady was on a mission to encourage young adults and minorities to enroll.

During her visit, the First Lady shared that federally qualified health centers, such as the Jessie Trice Community Health Center, will play a key role in helping the uninsured to become insured.

“In the African-American community, one in five of us are not insured,” she said, “and the numbers are no better in the Hispanic community.”

While at JTCHC, the First Lady spoke with four Certified Application Counselors who sat at tables with individuals already enrolled in health plans and others who had yet to sign up. She looked on as one counselor, Paul Salazar, shared that it takes about 20 minutes to sign up one person. The First Lady applauded the Jessie Trice Community Health Center for its efforts and shared that their tireless dedication to ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to receive quality healthcare is reflected in the over four million people that have signed up for healthcare nationwide – a major milestone.

“It was an absolute pleasure meeting with the First Lady,” said Annie Neasman, RN, MS, president of JTCHC. “We are committed to doing our part to aid in the enrollment efforts of the Affordable Care Act and we look forward to helping patients receive the kind of quality and affordable care they need at the Jessie Trice Community Health Center.”

The Jessie Trice Community Health Center, Inc. is a Florida 501 (c) 3, not-for-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center, which has been serving Miami-Dade County since 1967. Its mission is to provide comprehensive primary health care services by increasing access and improving the quality of life of our diverse South Florida community. A community mainstay, JTCHC owns and operates sixteen (16) facilities, including eight (8) Comprehensive Primary Care centers, twenty-five (25) school-based/university centers, and other medical facilities. JTCHC’s multicultural, multilingual, and multidisciplinary staff services a diverse population of 30,000 patients who make more than 130,000 visits annually. For more information on the Jessie Trice Community Health Center, visit www.jtchc.org.

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(BPRW) Broad and Cassel Attorney First African-American Honored by Miami Private School

- Victoria Beatty is The Cushman School Distinguished Alumni -

(BLACK PR WIRE) – MIAMI – Victoria Beatty, an attorney with the Fort Lauderdale office of statewide law firm Broad and Cassel, has been named the Distinguished Alumnus from The Cushman School, a pre-K through eighth grade private school in Miami. She is the first woman and first African-American to receive the award.

Beatty attended the school from kindergarten through sixth grade and was selected based on her career achievement and active involvement in the community.

Victoria Beatty
Victoria Beatty


“It was a welcome and humbling surprise to find out I received this honor,” said Beatty. “My Cushman years ignited my love for education – not just academics, but building a life centered around values: responsibility, integrity, and empathy. I’m honored to be recognized by an institution to which I owe so much."

Beatty also was recently designated as one of the “40 Under 40 Leaders of Today and Tomorrow” by Legacy magazine, a South Florida publication for black business leaders. In addition to being a key member of Broad and Cassel’s banking litigation practice group, Beatty gives unselfishly to the local community. She serves as a Democracy Fellow for PICO-Florida (People Improving Communities Through Organizing) where she sponsors voter education phone banks and coordinates early voting efforts, she has served as pro bono legal counsel to the Belafonte Tacolcy Center of Liberty City in Miami and has served as a legal volunteer with the Miami Workers Center and the DREAM Act Clinic. She currently serves as the pro bono legal counsel to The Stem Academy School of Early Learning and Miami Youth Garden, schools founded to develop and educate youth from the blighted areas of South Florida.

After earning a bachelor’s degree from Spelman College in Atlanta, Ga., Beatty earned a Juris Doctorate from Howard University School of Law in Washington, D.C.

“Victoria is a role model for both young people and her peers,” said Managing Partner Gabriel Imperato. “It reflects the benefits of her hard work and passion for both her career as a lawyer and devotion to those less fortunate in our community. We salute her accomplishments.”

Contact Information
Bernadette Morris
Black PR Wire
1-877-252-2577

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Businesses in Miami, Florida


A small percentage of the businesses listed on BlackCityInfo.com may not necessarily be black owned and operated but have received favorable reviews from users who have visited the establishment, or from the owners themselves who warmly seek out African American patronage.


BEAUTY CARE - HAIR SALONS - MULTICULTURAL

  1. "A Kinky Thing" Natural Hair Salon -   By Appointment Only - Miami, FL 33159 - (305) 343-8373

  2. A NewU Hair Salon -  (South Miami Beach) - 537 Michigan Ave - Miami Beach, Florida, 33139 (786) 412-3603

  3. Chop Shop Barber Shop -   7283 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL (305) 756-5755 - (visit website)

  4. Churchill's Barber Shop -   12 SE 1st St, Miami, FL - (305) 379-8615 - (visit website)

  5. Eloctricity Natural Hair Studio -   Specializing in sisterlocks tm, brotherlocks tm, traditional locks and other natural style's
    1011 N.W. 195 St, Miami, FL (754) 422-7970 - (visit website)

  6. Glow Salon -   12390 SW 127th Ave, Miami, FL (305) 256-8005 - (visit website)

  7. Happy 2B Nappy Natural Hair Care Salon -  Category: Natural Hair Care Salon -   848 NW 77th Street, Miami, Fl 33150 (305) 835-1494  - (visit website)

  8. Lockstar Natural Retail & Salon -  Category: Natural Hair Care Salon -   Contact: April Atkinson (704) 737 4455

  9. Mane-Tain Natural Hair Care - Contact: Chana -   By Appointment Only - Miami, FL - (305) 458-6635

  10. Player's Choice Barbershop -   6301 NW 6th Ave, Miami, FL (305) 280-5453 - (visit website)

  11. Professional African Hair Braders -  Category: Black Beauty Salon -  721 NE 79th St, Miami, FL 33138 (305) 754-6552

  12. RJ's Unisex Salon, Inc. -   P.O. Box 431155, Miami FL 33243 Phone: (305) 903-6380

  13. Sarah Jane Spa and Hair Studio -   102 SW 6th Ave, Miami, FL (305) 856-3606 - (visit website)

  14. Senegambian African Hair Village -  Category: Black Beauty Salon -  16517 NE 6th Ave, Miami, FL 33162 (305) 945-5399

  15. Super Beauty Discount -  Category: Beauty Supply -   11090 NW Avenue 7th Avenue, Miami, Fl 33168 (305) 754-4541

  16. Ugo DI Roma Salon & Day Spa -   2801 Florida Ave, Miami, FL (305) 444-4661 - (visit website)

  17. Van Michael Miami Salon -   1671 Michigan Ave, Miami, FL (305) 534-6789 - (visit website)

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AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE

  1. African Heritage Cultural Arts -  Category: Cultural -  6161 NW 22nd Ave, Miami, FL 33142 (305) 638-6771

  2. African Square Park -  Category: Parks -  1400 NW 62nd St, Miami, FL 33147 (305) 579-3408

  3. A Photographic History of Black Miami at Camillus House -  336 NW 5th St, Miami, FL - (305) 374-1065 - (visit website)

  4. Black Heritage Museum -  15801 SW 102nd Ave, Miami, FL - (305)

  5. Diaspora Vibe Gallery -  3938 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL - (305) 573-4046 - (visit website)

  6. Martin Luther King, Jr. Statue & Park -  6101 NW 32nd Ct, Miami, FL - (305) 633-4150 - (visit website)

  7. Plutonium Publishing, LLC Category: African American Publishing Company  Publishers of African American Fiction  - 18520 NW 67th Avenue, Suite 278, Miami, Florida, 33015

  8. The Black Archives -  5400 NW 22nd Ave, Bldg C Ste 101, Miami, FL - (305) 636-2390  - (visit website)

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BLACK BUSINESSES - SERVICES - VENDORS ETC.

  1. African Continental -  Category: Grocery Stores -  7501 NW 22nd Ave, Miami, FL 33147 (305) 694-2236

  2. African Dollar Plus -  Category: Variety Stores -  772 NW 183rd St, Miami, FL 33169 (305) 974-5672

  3. Air Con Service -  Category: HVAC -  Air-Con Service Inc provides HVAC services and planned preventative maintenance to the South end of Miami-Dade County, Florida. We also install Rheem equipment and service all brands of systems.   - 13007 SW 47th Terrace, Miami, FL (331) 754-551  - (visit website)

  4. Aloe Man Int'l Corp. -  Category: Health -  We are a health product company that believes in cleansing, regulating and rejuvenating your body. We design teas just for you and your ailment.   - 18800 NW 2nd Ave. #102, Miami, FL 1-888-245-3151  - (visit website)

  5. Anthony Brunson -  Category: Accountant -  801 Brickell Avenue, Suite 900, Miami, FL (305) 789-6673

  6. Black Miami Weekly -  Category: African American Newspaper -  6025 NW Sixth Court, Miami, FL, 33127 (305) 754-8800

  7. C Jones & Associates Public Relations -  Category: Public Relations -  14 NE 1st Ave., Suite 232 (786) 454-9835 Miami, Florida

  8. Concerned African Women -  Category: Social Issues -  1505 NW 167th St # 101, Miami, FL 33169 (305) 621-3700  - (visit website)

  9. Family Discount -  Category: Shopping -   3015 NW. 79th St. #C-45, Miami, Fl 33147 (305) 836-7138

  10. Florida Memorial College -  Category: Historically Black College -  15800 Nw 42 Ave., Miami, FL, 33054-6199 (305) 626-3600

  11. Hi-Tech Techs -  Category: Computer Repair -  Miami, FL 33169 (786) 357-7993

  12. Jamila's Window To African Art -  Category: Art -  7314 NW 7th Ave, Miami, FL 33150 (305) 694-0988

  13. JMK Notary & Services Corporation -  Category: Notary -  We're the #1 Rated Mobile Notary Services in Miami. We specialize from the Keys to Palm Beach. Our destination wedding Officiant team package "JMK Weddings" gives brides and grooms exclusive all-day booking, rehearsal and Signature Sand Ceremony with set-up all inclusive. This male and female team is the Ultimate Officiant Service.  - 9100 S. Dadeland Blvd. Ste. 1500 , Miami, FL (786) 523-3722  - (visit website)

  14. JMK Weddings -  Category: Bridal -  9100 S. Dadeland Blvd. Ste. 1500 Miami, FL 33156 (786) 523-3722  - (visit website)

  15. Reliable Couriers -  Category: Courier Service -  Courier service, messenger, legal, medical, same day delivery service in Miami FL.  - 201 S Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33131 (786) 477-4466  - (visit website)

  16. Sacred Traditions, Inc. -  Category: African-American Goods -  698 NW 22 St, Miami, FL 33127 (305) 324-0005

  17. South African Catamarans Inc -  Category: Boat Dealers -  19555 E Country Club Dr, Miami, FL 33180 (305) 937-2740

  18. The Miami Times -  Category: African American Newspaper -  900 Northwest 54th Street, Miami, FL, 33127 (305) 757-1147

  19. Unique African Boutique -  Category: Gift Shops -  1607 NW 183rd St, Miami, FL 33169 (305) 625-7500

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DINING - CATERING - BBQ - SOUL FOOD

  1. Chef Creole Seafood & Catering -  200 NW 54th St, Miami, FL 33127 - (305) 754-2223

  2. Daily Bread Marketplace -  2400 SW 27th St, Miami, FL 33133 - (305) 856-0363

  3. Dave’s Jamaican Bakery & Restaurant - Miami, FL (305) 652-1231
    Jamaican; known for its pastries and breads and spicy Jamaican-Chinese dishes - (visit website)

  4. Jackson Soul Food -  950 NW 3rd Ave, Miami, FL 33136 - (305) 377-6710

  5. Mazie's Soul Food Take-Out -  6580 NW 22nd Ave, Miami, FL 33147 - (305) 691-6161

  6. Mom's Soul Food -  Category: Soul Food -  1807 NW 79th Street (305) 693-1929 Miami, Florida

  7. People's Bar-B-Que -  360 NW 8th St, Miami, FL 33136 - (305) 373-8080

  8. Pit Bar-B-Q -  16400 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33194 (305) 226-2272 - (visit website)

  9. Rubies Soulfood Restaurant -  17640 Homestead Ave, Miami, FL 33157 - (305) 969-4750

  10. Shorty's BBQ -  9200 South Dixie Hwy - Miami, FL (305) 670-7732 - (visit website)

  11. The Mahogany Grille -  2190 NW 183rd St - Miami, FL 33015 (305) 626-8100 - (visit website)

  12. Tropical Oasis Restaurant -  20737 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL - (305) 654-8320

  13. Versailles Restaurant -  3555 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135 - (305) 444-0240

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CHURCHES



  1. A Dream Come True COGIC -  1166 NW 11AV, Miami, FL 33147

  2. Allen Chapel AME Church -   -  1201 NW 111th St, Miami, FL 33167 (305) 754-9055

  3. Crusade Mission AME Church -   -  2121 NW 119th St, Miami, FL 33167 (305) 688-9848

  4. Ebenezer Methodist Church -  2001 NW 35th St, Miami, FL - (305) 635-7413 - (visit website)

  5. First Deliverance COGIC; Miami, FL -  6229 N.W. 11 Avenue, Miami, FL 33147 - (305) 754-2282

  6. Greater Bethel AME Church -  245 NW 8th St, Miami, FL - (305) 371-9102

  7. Greater St. Paul A.M.E. -  3680 Thomas Ave, Miami, FL - (305) 448-2742 - (visit website)

  8. Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church -  3515 S Douglas Rd, Miami, FL - (305) 445-6459

  9. Muhammad's Mosque -  5600 NW 7th Ave, Miami, FL - (305) 756-9136

  10. New Birth Baptist Church -  2300 NW 135th St, Miami, FL - (305) 685-3700 - (visit website)

  11. Salters Chapel A M E -   -  2652 NW 48th St, Miami, FL 33142 (305) 635-4637

  12. South Miami, FL -  5990 S.W. 66 Street, Miami, FL 33143

  13. St Anne's African Orthodox Church -   -  2485 NW 65th St, Miami, FL 33147 (305) 693-0777

  14. St James A M E Church -   -  1845 NW 65th St, Miami, FL 33147 (305) 691-4212

  15. St John's Baptist Church -  1328 NW 3rd Ave, Miami, FL - (305) 371-3821

  16. St Paul AME Church -   -  1866 NW 51st Ter, Miami, FL 33142 (305) 634-3720 - (visit website)

  17. St Peter's African Orthodox Church -   -  4841 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127 (305) 759-0314

  18. Wactor Temple African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church -   -  5632 NW 31st Ave, Miami, FL 33142 (305) 636-3774

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ENTERTAINMENT



  1. Jazid -  1342 Washington Ave, Miami, FL (305) 673-9372
    It's all about music every night - (visit website)

  2. Lyric Theatre -  819 NW Second Ave, Miami, FL (305) 358-1146 - (visit website)

  3. Mansion Nightclub -  1235 Washington Ave, Miami, FL (305) 695-8411
    Miami's premier night club for the urban community. - (visit website)

  4. Marlin Bar - 1200 Collins Ave, Miami, FL (305) 604-5000
    One of the ultra hip clubs in South Beach. - (visit website)

  5. Martini Bar -  5701 Sunset Dr, Miami, FL (305) 665-3052 - (visit website)

  6. Shore Club -  1901 Collins Avenue, Miami, FL 33139-1995 (305) 695-3100 - (visit website)

  7. Sobe Live -  1203 Washington Ave, Miami, FL (305) 695-2820
    Where Hip Hop lives; High energy dance club.

  8. Tobacco Road -  626 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL (305) 374-1198 American Cuisine, Bars- Clubs- Live Music - (visit website)

  9. Transit Lounge -  729 SW 1st Ave, Miami, FL (305) 377-4628 - (visit website)

  10. Upstairs at the Van Dyke Cafe -  846 Lincoln Rd, Miami, FL (305) 534-3600
    Jazz & Blues, Live Music

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ANNUAL EVENTS



  1. American Black Film Festival
    Phone (646) 375-2144 ext 1  - - (visit website)

    A four-day retreat and international film market created to spearhead distribution opportunities for independent Black films.


  2. Caribbean Festival
    Phone (305) 740-7344

    Over the last weekend in February, Bayfront Park hosts a festival of live music and food, and a canned food drive.


  3. Community Festival
    Located at Hanford Boulevard, between Northeast 18th and 20th Avenues at Northeast 164th Street. (305) 948-2946

    International food, carnival games, a Kid Fun Zone, arts and crafts vendors, and live entertainment.


  4. Florida Dance Festival
    Phone (305) 310-8080  - - (visit website)

    One of the major annual dance events in the southeastern U.S.


  5. Florida Entertainment Summit
    Held in December  - - (visit website)

    Fashion, film and music.


  6. IFE-ILE Afro-Cuban Festival
    Phone (305) 476-0388

    From Conga lines to history lectures, this celebration of African, Caribbean and Cuban culture unfolds at Miami-Dade Community College Wolfson Campus.


  7. Jazz in The Gardens (March)
    Phone (305) 622-8035  - - (visit website)

    A host of world renown artists.


  8. Miami Beach Festival of the Arts
    Phone (305) 447-0401

    During the first week in February, Miami Beach hosts a free street fair featuring artists, food, music and entertainment centering around the corner of 73rd Street and Collins Avenue.


  9. Miami Book Fair International
    Phone (305) 237-3258

    One of the nation’s largest outdoor book fairs features some 300 booksellers and publishers, and more than 250 authors at Miami-Dade Community College Wolfson Campus.


  10. Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
    Phone (305) 531-2117

    Hundreds of full-length and short features from around the world, late April to early May. Call (305) 531-2117 for more information.


  11. Miami Music Festival
    2177 Tigertail Ave, Miami, FL 33133 (305) 860-0571 - Held in November - (visit website)

    More than 500 performances by new and developing musical artists.


  12. South Beach Wine & Food Festival - held in May (305) 348-9463

    World-class wine, spirits and food tasting unfolds along with sparking dinners, a beachside barbecue, a champagne brunch, and more.


  13. Ultra Music Festival
    - Held in March - (visit website)

    Ultra Music Festival Miami is the world's premiere electronic music festival. It is like the Olympics for electronic dance music (EDM)


Annual Miami, Florida Entertainment Summit   Annual Miami, Florida Entertainment Summit (video)
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