Biscotti Bluebird is a small privately owned business that focuses on art and home decor geared primarily towards the LGBT community
The James Museum has its roots in the deeply felt passion for art and culture shared by co-founders Tom and Mary James, and in the couple’s love for St. Petersburg, the city where they live.
What's Your Elephant is a movement that uses the arts to create a safe space to address all that is unspoken. By way of the arts, interactive exhibitions, talks and workshops. As well as cultural programming, community engagement.
Also, there is a Podcast and Facebook/Youtube series - The Circle:
The Circle: LIVE with Niki Lopez is a weekly series sharing stories of our creative community, activists & social entrepreneurs. Tuesday 8:30-9 PM EST on: http://facebook.com/nikilopezcreative or YOUTUBE at https://www.youtube.com/c/Nikilopez19
Beautiful artwork. Custom framing available
Join us as we explore the volumes of art work created and procured by Abrams Gallery.
Music service specializing in organ, piano and keyboards. Weddings, concerts, shows, parties, events and church services. Other vocalists and instruments available, including harp, violin, string quartet, trumpet and percussion.
Pridelines is South Florida's oldest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) service agency and the LGBTQ Community Centers of Miami-Dade County. Our mission is to support, educate, and empower South Florida's LGBTQ youth and community to promote dialogue, wellness, and to foster social change.
Our Centers are located in Miami and Miami Beach, with a satellite program locations in Cutler Bay.
6360 NE 4th CT
Miami, FL 33138
Pridelines Miami Beach
1130 Washington Avenue
1st Floor North
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tennessee Williams is known as one of the greatest 20th century American playwrights. His works such as The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and many others are classics of the American stage which earned him two Pulitzer Prizes, Tony Awards, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, as well as many other literary awards. His work reached world-wide audiences in the 1950s when his plays were adapted into motion pictures. His works remain relevant today as his plays continue to be performed and studied internationally.