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This past weekend, a few friends and I attended our first game at the new Marlins Ballpark. For a baseball game, which normally goes at a tortoise pace, the experience was great and the game itself had a little bit … Continue reading
Miami Marlins Stadium Tour | Wed., Feb. 29, 2012 – Miami Herald. Click on the link above for a tour of the Miami Marlins new stadium. Images are from the Miami Herald.
The Architectural Association School of Architecture, simply known as the AA, has an exhibition entering it’s final week at the Miami Beach location of FIU’s School of Architecture. The AA is a highly regarded school in London, attracting many international … Continue reading
It is a new year here at DawnTown, and to start things off we’d like to inform everyone of Daniel Arsham’s and Jonah Bokaer’s Recess and Why Patterns at the Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts of Miami Dade County … Continue reading