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Where to Have Sunday Funday in Miami

The Mondrian South Beach

 

By Jennifer Agress and Yours Truly

 

Here in sunny South Florida, we love a good party – and we love them day or night. Case in point? Our fabulous Sunday Funday parties. If you’ve never had a Sunday Funday before (or at least haven’t done a pool party Miami style), checkout our list of sexy spots below. From yachts and DJs, to good food, endless champagne and poolside dancing sometimes until 2 a.m., they’re sure to make your last day of the weekend epic enough to power you through the week that follows. Read Full Post & Comments »

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Valentine’s Day, Singles-Style

STK Miami

 

By: Jennifer Agress and Yours Truly

 

Don’t have a Valentine this year? Don’t fret because Miami has plenty of ways to celebrate Valentines Day Miami 2017 for singles, girlfriends and guys outings . Here are our favorites for 2017 (even some for a pre-Valentine). And don’t miss the end with a list of ways to pamper yourself for under $100. Read Full Post & Comments »

10 Miami Restaurants with Live Music

By Kayla Louttit

 

Do you like to dine and groove? We’ve rounded up ten Miami restaurants with live music, some with dancing and show, where you can also count on good to great food, and at different price points. And note, if you’ve thought of going to Thea’s Supper Club (an early Valentine’s Day perhaps?), the next open date (and only one in February) is February 10th. Read Full Post & Comments »

Things to Do in January – Part 2

Century 21 discount retailer now at Sawgrass Mills photo courtesy of www.nydailynews.com

 

Miami things to do in January, Part 2 in a series features a major new discount retail destination, a cult favorite in New York City, an evening of gastronomy, chamber music and wine tasting, the annual Taste of the Garden, and a valuable tip for our Fort Lauderdale readers. For Part 1 click here. Read Full Post & Comments »

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Things to Do in January – Part 1

Manolo Valdez works featured at Art Palm Beach

 

The season is getting in full swing and there’s so much to do that my post on Miami Things to Do in January is in two parts. From serious choices for chocoholics and art lovers to a new entertainment option , here is Part 1. Read Full Post & Comments »

Miami New Year’s Eve 2017: Events, Parties

 

Miami’s “Orange Drop”, La Gran Naranja for New Year’s Eve

 

By: Jennifer Agress and Yours Truly

 

Looking for Miami New Year’s Eve 2017 events, parties, concerts? Here’s our curated list of the best choices including a “Winter Wonderland” at The Delano Beach Club,  special doings at Prime 112,  free concert with Pitbull and Miami’s very own “ball drop” — or “Orange Drop, and another concert with Billy Joel. For dining picks, Part 1, click here. Note that all prices are exclusive of tax and gratuities. Read Full Post & Comments »

Best Miami Christmas Lights; Fort Lauderdale Too

By Kayla Louttit and Yours Truly

Where to see Miami Christmas lights 2016? And how about Fort Lauderdale? Beyond neighborhoods, there are plenty of places  in South Florida to embrace the spirit of the season by enjoying festive decorations and spectacular holiday light displays by land and sea. The following are five top attractions to consider adding to your “must-see” list this holiday season,  including (new this year) a Chinese lantern festival, and a holiday cruise,  all located in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area. Read Full Post & Comments »

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Art Basel News You Can Use – Part 1

 

By Kayla Louttit

 

Art Basel Miami 2016 is nearly upon us! Art Basel Miami Beach is North America’s most comprehensive international contemporary art fair, with 269 galleries from 29 countries showcasing works by more than 4,000 artists. This year’s show will be held from December 1-4, 2016. Satellite art and “lifestyle” happenings surrounding the main event continue to grow each year, starting ever earlier. Here are some of the special events curated for you and other news you can use,  from  the opening processional performance of the Faena District in Miami Beach and an exhibition of French lingerie, to an Art Week Package at Acqualina Resort & Spa and the opening of the American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora. Plus practical tips in this, Part 1. Read Full Post & Comments »

Karen’s Kudos November

The former studio of architect George Fink whose houses will be featured in the Villagers House Tour

 

This month’s Karen’s Kudos brings a return of the Coral Gables Villagers House Tour, what’s being billed as “Miami’s first true food hall” called MiamiCentral , an online site that should help greatly with holiday shopping and hostess gifts, and an artsy cocktail to kick off Art Basel season. Read Full Post & Comments »

Eating News November

Luke’s Lobster

 

This month’s Eating News brings the scoop on serious new competition for the best lobster roll in town, a fun festival with leading chefs sponsored by Chipotle, and juicy scoops on new openings including Michael Schwartz’s fi’lia, entertainment and new menus from some of the best in town. Read Full Post & Comments »

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