Ubiquitous historian Paul George has an unorthodox Halloween ritual. His birthday falls on the somewhat foreboding day, and instead of handing out fun-size candies to children, every year George finds himself leading a group of Miami macabres around the city cemetery, pointing out the final resting places of some of our town’s best and brightest pioneers. William Burdine, Julia Tuttle, and Miami's first mayor, John Reilly, all have spots in the jam-packed burial ground. Tonight from 8:00 to 10:00, the always-entertaining... More >>>