Category Archive: News

Peek Inside Wynwood’s Newest Attraction, Shikany

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Shikany, owner and executive chef Michael Shikany‘s namesake eatery, is incredibly close to opening, though we don’t know when just yet. The restaurant, originally slated for an early November opening, then under construction… Continue reading

David Edelstien Planning Mixed Use Project in Wynwood

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Wynwood art cinema makes upgrades

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Three years ago, an independent theater called O Cinema opened in the Wynwood Arts District with the hope of bringing independent and foreign films to Miami’s urban core. This year, the theater celebrates… Continue reading

This Week at O-Cinema!

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OMG! Dinner & A Movie Wed, March 19th Cover your eyes. Close your ears. Or better yet, keep an open mind and humor us.  Go with the flow – we’re going to have… Continue reading

This Saturday! Wynwood Soccer Grand Opening!

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You are invited to join us for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres to celebrate the Grand Opening of our new soccer fields located at Wynwood Art District 2222 NW 5th Avenue Miami, FL 33127… Continue reading

Painted City by Bill Kearney of Ocean Drive Magazine, The Untold Story of Wynwood’s Graffiti

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Zoel and the Creation of the Wynwood Tour Guide App!

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Article by Ashley Pineiro The Daily Wood had the opportunity to meet with Zoel, creator of the Wynwood Tour Guide App. Zoel was born in Argentina, after living in New York, she finally… Continue reading

CEO Corner: Danelle Pino Of Wyn 317 Gallery « CBS Miami

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CEO Corner: Danelle Pino Of Wyn 317 Gallery « CBS Miami.

Wynwood Graffiti Tour with Brandon Opalka! Free for College Students!

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    Wynwood Graffiti Tour with Brandon Opalka Thursday, March 6, 4 – 7:30 pm Free for MOCA Members & College Students w/ ID, $10 General Admission Begin at MOCA at 4 pm,… Continue reading

Wynwood Book Club Brings Readers Hope and a Place to Come Together

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Since, the onset of the Kindle and e-readers, palpable, hand-held books have been in danger of becoming obsolete, but true book-lovers in Miami have found a way to preserve the sanctity of real… Continue reading