Café Catula Restaurant & Art Gallery by Ray Raposo

Cafe Catula is an elegant and contemporary restaurant that offers delicious gourmet food while exhibiting an extensive art collection of bronze sculptures and contemporary paintings that are available for purchase. But mainly in the restaurant & gallery you can enjoy lunch or dinner in an elegant and cozy atmosphere. Café Catula also features a complete bar area and lively music...

Miami’s Music Scene Gains Even More Festivals. by Brad Steele

As any Miami resident can tell you, Miami has everything you’re looking for. From breathtaking beaches to an unmatched late night party scene, Miami is a culture unlike any other. And the world has begun to also notice Miami as a unique music capital of the world. Boasting a rapidly growing music scene, the 305 is now a major player for...

Colorful Artist Alicia María Vallejo

Alicia María Vallejo, a professional Anthropologist, has found, in art and painting, a form of communion with the environment, with time and with her own experience. Her painting fosters the spirit renewal through works in which color, taste and sound acquire own harmony. Alicia Maria’s work offers vivid and clean lines with a vibrant and cheerful colors, and daring compositions with...

B&W Photographer Ralph Ventura

“Most of us will never write a great novel, but all of us will live one,” says Ralph Ventura, explaining why he photographs. “I do it to capture the novel of my life.” Born in Havana and raised in Chicago and Miami, Ralph Ventura is a fine-art and documentary photographer who has exhibited his work in the Museum of...

Photographer H. Allen Benowitz

H. Allen Benowitz, a self-taught photographer, born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, and a graduate from the Interboro Institute of Business in Manhattan, migrated to Miami, Florida, in the 1960s, where he currently resides. He enjoys living at his log home in Burnsville, North Carolina, from spring to fall. As an evolution from the accomplishments of his professional court reporting,...