What We're Reading

June 28, 2013 | Homepage

The Royal Palm Hotel, originally built in 1897

Miami's hotel revival can credit Henry Flager's iconic Royal Palm Hotel for catalyzing the area's tourism industry, and creating decades worth of stylistic inspiration. Curbed Miami has more than 40 historical photographs to take you back to its heyday. [Miami Curbed]

How's this for an "only-in-Miami" moment? White House Down stars Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx visited Miami's Univision studios for an appearance on Despierta América and found themselves in the middle of a salsa dance session. [Huffington Post]

Paula Deen's "The Q" barbecue bash has been the kickoff to Food Network's South Beach Wine & Food Festival for years, but given that the network is dropping her contract, we're not likely to see her at the festival next February. [CNN Money]

Just one week after claiming the NBA Championship title, LeBron James covers Sports Illustrated. Looking good, LeBron. [SI.com]

Glass, an exclusive 18-story panoramic condo building set to rise on Ocean Drive, has released its first renderings. Miami-based architect Rene Gonzalez is responsible for the design. [ONE Realty Blog]


Like what you're reading? Get it delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up now for our newsletters >>

Around The Web
Aspen Peak Magazine Austin Way Magazine Boston Common Magazine Capitol File Magazine Gotham Magazine Hamptons Magazine Los Angeles Confidential Michigan Avenue Magazine Ocean Drive Magazine Philadelphia Style Magazine Vegas Magazine