It’s been more than a year and a half since the first Wynwood Coloring Book came out to help Miamians chill while celebrating local artists. Now creator Diego Orlandini is back with a bigger, better version 2.0 – and they’re celebrating tonight.
In the second edition you’ll find 12 of the Wynwood Wall artists, plus several big international names and a bunch of local up-and-comers. Diego calls it the “ultimate” street art coloring book (He’s also working on one for Brooklyn).
Come on out tonight to the Wynwood Yard to celebrate local artists before the Art Basel craziness begins. There will be coloring stations and several of the artists will be hanging out to sign your copies as local fave Raquel Sofia sings on stage.
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WANT. Broward now has a biking trail that stretches all the way from the Everglades to the Atlantic. It’s 23.2 miles, and it’s the longest paved recreational path in the county. (Sun-Sentinel)
Silver lining. The 2017 hurricane season was a legit nightmare. But meteorologists are feeling good about one thing: All those storms proved just how much better our forecasting has gotten in the last couple years. (Miami Herald)
#TBT. Dwyane Wade was back in the 305 this week when his new team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, played the Heat. He took a look back at his time here, saying he was pretty proud of all they did together, but compared the final days with the Heat to a “bad marriage.” That hurts D. Wade. (Miami Herald)
Off-sides. David Beckham’s main man working to make a Miami Major League Soccer franchise happen told a Canadian newspaper that he’s not feeling too optimistic about their prospects in Miami – especially now that a local is legally challenging the county’s right to sell land to Beckham for the stadium. (Miami Herald)
Millennial blue. That Democratic sweep in Virginia’s election earlier this month was driven by massive millennial turnout. Now national and local groups are looking to make that happen in Florida, too – and maybe even convince a couple to run for office. (Orlando Sentinel)
Access DENIED. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has once again turned down a family’s request to drill for oil on land they own in the eastern Everglades. The fam was turned down once before and took its case to a judge who ruled in their favor, but ultimately it’s the state agency’s call – and the final call seems to be “no way.” (Miami Herald)
Your turn. The Van Alen Institute is calling on locals to pitch their ideas for protecting SoFlo from the effects of sea level rise. The first challenge will happen in early 2018. Sign up here to get a heads up when they’re ready to hear your ideas. (Curbed)
PAMM + Frost Science + free performances to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Knight Foundation's Knight Arts Challenge. Free, RSVP now. Learn More ».
🙏 Rise By We Wellness Pop-up Catch up on me-time at the Rise By We wellness pop-up at WeWork South of Fifth. Arrives in Miami December 6-8 for Miami Art Week.
🎨 12/2: LUSH at Fancy Nasty Studios
🌅 12/6-12/8: Rise By We Wellness Pop Up
👁️ 12/6-12/9: RAW Pop Up by Young Artist Initiative
🌃 12/1: Giralda Under the Stars
🎨 12/4: Bringing Art to Life
🖼️ 12/7: Miami Love / Superfine! The Fair
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