From this weekend’s #IGMsunrise on South Pointe Beach, Miami Beach.
Instagram’s weekend hashtag project (#WHP) was very well planned if I do say so myself, considering the domestic challenges being faced currently and daily in our country. Well played Instagram, encouraging us to get out and appreciate humanity even more by getting to know our neighbors.
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Are you Using Photos Owned by Other Entities?
The Realtors Law & Policy Department says
Cease and desist or pay some steep fines
You’ve just secured a great listing, but soon you realize that your smartphone photos don’t showcase the property and its surroundings to its full potential. So you go on the Internet, find some pictures you like and use them for your marketing and advertising. The problem for real estate professionals is that the pictures are the intellectual property of some entity. Someone used their time to take, edit, and publish those photos; therefore they own the rights -unless specifically noted. By using those photos you obtained off the Internet, you are infringing on their intellectual property rights without authorization. The Realtors Law & Policy Department says ignorance, accident, or third party use on your behalf, are NOT an excuse. You will be held liable…
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Not much is certain in life but two constants: birth and death. I always do my best to remember people and celebrate their lives versus focusing on their departure from this world. In the past 48 hours I’ve learned of … Continue reading
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Welcome to this week’s edition of TIME’s LightBox Follow Friday, a series where we feature the work of photographers who are using Instagram in new and engaging ways. Each week we will introduce you to the…
The impromptu dinner date stated with a text from a good friend: HER “Are you hungry? Do you like sausage? Can you be in Brickell by 7:00? ME: “LOL yes yes and yes.” “PROST Wurstgrill and Bierhouse is a modern … Continue reading
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This past Saturday, YoMiami had theri second annual Analog Art exhibition, showcasing some of the infamous local Miami artists of all mediums. The twist in the exhibition was the challenge to create works on Vinyl records. See the outcome below; stop by … Continue reading
“The Overtown Music & Arts Festival formerly named Overtown Rhythm & Arts Festival celebrated the rich history of one of Miami’s earliest settlements. The Festival took place in the heart of Overtown Business District, NW 3rd Avenue between 8th & 11th Streets for the 4th year on July 19, 2014 from 11am to 7pm with local art, food and entertainment.
Overtown is one of Miami’s earliest historically black communities. The area’s first settlers were black workmen who followed the FEC railroad south as it was extended from Palm Beach to Miami. The area we now know as Overtown was originally called Colored Town and was designated by Henry Flagler and Julia Tuttle as the location for black laborers and their families to live.”
So much history happened here, so here’s my tidbit of effort to keeping the cultural hope alive for years to come.
UPDATE: complete photo collection available on Soul of Miami.
Last night, in an open community dialogue format, numerous concerned citizens organized to brainstorm ideas on how to embellish upon Miami’s inclusion of the arts and it’s community. Here a glimpse of some of the action. For more info click … Continue reading