If you’ve never hired private staffing before, the prospect can be a bit jarring. Whether you’re employing one staff for a single residence or a team for multiple homes, optimizing performance requires having, first and foremost, the right employee(s) and, secondly, a proper management approach.
Nearly 60 years ago, Alfonso Fanjul, joined a few years later by his brother J. Pepe Fanjul, planted their first sugarcane crop in Florida with their father and uncle. Earlier this year, that lifetime of dedication was recognized with the founders’ induction into the 2018 Florida Agriculture Hall of Fame.
Enjoy traditional Carnaval entertainment—like salsa dancers, drummers, and live music—at the fourth annual Veuve Clicquot Carnaval on Saturday, March 10 in Miami.
What I miss most up here in the Alps are the literary lunches conducted on the fly with writers like Bill Buckley, Alistair Horne, Natacha Stewart, occasionally Dmitri Nabokov and, yes, movie star and memoirist par excellence, David Niven.
Next time you’re traveling for business, why not visit a local best-kept secret instead of the hotel bar? In National Car Rental’s new “Local Legends” series, area tastemakers act as tour guides to reveal their neighborhood’s hidden gems—from a beloved wine shop to a quaint historic district or an award-winning restaurant.
We’ve recently been inundated with a flood of books decrying “the death” of New York City. These make their case through a thick scrim of genteel nostalgia for such icons of memory as corner groceries and “nice little” florists and hat shops that have been replaced by nail salons, a Duane Reade, a Chase branch. …
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) This flagship contemporary Miami museum is home to some of the city’s best art that highlights the area’s increasingly diverse community. For instance, John Duckley’s “Neither Day nor Night” exhibition includes works that reflect on his earlier days in Jamaica and the Caribbean—both significant sources of Miami immigration—and the harsh …