More Videos

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra goes over how his team beat the Hawks on Monday 2:57

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra goes over how his team beat the Hawks on Monday

Fort Lauderdale police search for murder suspect 1:03

Fort Lauderdale police search for murder suspect

San Juan's homeless make do after Hurricane Maria 2:07

San Juan's homeless make do after Hurricane Maria

Parts of Puerto Rico's tourism industry slowly come back online 2:38

Parts of Puerto Rico's tourism industry slowly come back online

Dolphins Jarvis Landry on win against Jets and Matt Moore 1:34

Dolphins Jarvis Landry on win against Jets and Matt Moore

Tips for cooking delicious fried shrimp 0:48

Tips for cooking delicious fried shrimp

Rep. Frederica Wilson pushes stronger nursing home oversight 1:01

Rep. Frederica Wilson pushes stronger nursing home oversight

Trump feuds with Congresswoman over call to fallen soldier's widow 1:16

Trump feuds with Congresswoman over call to fallen soldier's widow

Listeria is rare but dangerous 0:33

Listeria is rare but dangerous

Dolphins QB Matt Moore had fun in comeback win over Jets 2:07

Dolphins QB Matt Moore had fun in comeback win over Jets

  • Art Miami kicks off Basel week

    Miami’s Art Week kicked off with a bang Tuesday evening with the opening of Art Miami in Midtown. The VIP swarm, thousands strong, were greeted by a 16-foot bronze spiral by American Gino Mills. Blue-chip works included a massive, nine-foot-plus kinetic sculpture by Alexander Calder, with an asking price of $12.8 million. Celebrities in attendance included actor/collector Leonardo DiCaprio, who got a private preview. Produced by Aaron Glickman/Photographed by Gabriel Soyka

Art Miami kicks off Basel week

Miami’s Art Week kicked off with a bang Tuesday evening with the opening of Art Miami in Midtown. The VIP swarm, thousands strong, were greeted by a 16-foot bronze spiral by American Gino Mills. Blue-chip works included a massive, nine-foot-plus kinetic sculpture by Alexander Calder, with an asking price of $12.8 million. Celebrities in attendance included actor/collector Leonardo DiCaprio, who got a private preview. Produced by Aaron Glickman/Photographed by Gabriel Soyka