All posts tagged Miami 2016
Black is Back – Lea Black! Social Mayor of Miami, Philanthropist/Entrepreneur Tells Us How to Start New Year Right, Sounds off on Trump, More
How do you start 2017 right? Social Mayor of Miami, Real Housewives of Miami star, philanthropist, entrepreneur and author Lea Black tells us how you can make the most of the New Year. Opportunities pop up in our life every day. Consequently, Lea suggests we increase our self-awareness. She says those opportunities might not seem like much at first, but any of them could lead to something more substantial.
Last month, prior to the 2016 Presidential Elections, Mrs. Black had a conversation with us about the State of American politics [see here]. With Donald Trump heading to the U.S. presidency on January 20th 2017, Lea sounds off on Mr. Trump and why she believes he and his supporters are on the wrong side of where America should be today.
Former Real Housewives of Miami Star, “Social Mayor of Miami,” Entrepreneur, Philanthropist Lea Black Speaks Out Against Donald Trump; Talks about Election, Hillary Clinton and the State of America
She considers herself to be a political junkie. So with only a few days until the 2016 Presidential Election, we welcome back the “Social Mayor of Miami,” Lea
Grammy Award Winner Sam Moore Out in Support of Phil Collins: Soul Man a Powerful Presence on the Red Carpet
On March 11th, world renowned music star Phil Collins performed his first concert in years at The Fillmore Miami Beach. We were on hand to speak with Phil
This past Friday evening, mega music star/songwriter Phil Collins returned to the stage for his first musical performance in many years at The Fillmore Miami Beach. Known for
The State of Luxury Goods: Social Mayor of Miami, TV Star/Entrepreneur/Philanthropist/Novelist Lea Black and Luxury Goods Aficionado/YouTube Bad Boy as Archie Luxury Paul Pluta Give Us the Straight Skinny
Most people, it seems, like luxury goods. Perhaps it is because of their quality, aesthetics and durability. Or, maybe, it is because luxury goods serve as status symbols.