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About Charles Greenfield

Charles Greenfield is a Miami-based travel writer who has contributed to Travel & Leisure and regional magazines/ newspapers. He also is Cultural Arts Contributor to Artsbeat on WLRN 91.3 FM, South Florida’s NPR affiliate, a producer for WLRN Ch. 17’s Artstreet, and has written on classical and jazz musicians for the Miami Herald.

Charles Greenfield's Content:

Video Interview: Festival Miami 2015 with Dean Shelly Berg

Classical Charles Greenfield interviews Dean Shelly Berg with an in-depth look at the upcoming 2015 Festival Miami at the University of Miami Frost School of Music.

Produced by ArtsAndCultureTv.com.
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Dominican Dreams

After a visually stunning flight from San Juan west across the northern Puerto Rican shoreline I land at the Punta Cana International Airport with its open-air breezeways and palapa (thatched) roofs. High up, a yellow-throated warbler flits in the rafters. At the eastern end of the island of Hispaniola, Punta Cana has become the fastest-growing zone for luxury megaresorts in the Dominican Republic. Part of 186 properties in 17 countries, the family-owned Barceló Bávaro Beach Resort boasts 1900 rooms and a P.B. Dye 18-hole tropical golf course The Lakes alongside a sparkling white, palm-strewn 1.2 mile beach and shallow coral reef.
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Islamorada: Luxury, Legacy and Fishing

Islamorada in Spanish literally means "Purple Island," a name that contains some truth when the western sky glows with the fading tropical colors of a Florida Keys sunset. Unlike Key Largo, which increasingly resembles a South Dade suburb, and Marathon, with its working class ethos, Islamorada maintains a more sophisticated façade.
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Panama: The Most Intriguing Isthmus

The republic of Panama is blessed with a myriad of natural gifts, from over 1,800 islands on both Pacific and Caribbean coasts to pristine rainforests with 3% of the world's biodiversity, all contained in an isthmus, a narrow strip of land with sea on either side squeezed between two larger areas of land...
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