Spotlighting news, launches, happenings, products & places in and around South Florida.
Arriving in the U.S. from Venezuela a scant year ago, Cantina La Veinte bartender Marco Nava is already shaking up our city’s conception of what makes a top-tier Magic City margarita.
Oktoberfest? A bit warm for Teutonic commemoration, don’t you think? Halloween? Great for an evening’s entertainment. October, however, to the truly discriminating South Floridian, means one thing and one thing only: The opening of Stone Crab season. Below we elucidate and celebrate this most craveable crustacean.
Although perhaps lagging in comparison to our Western counterparts, the brewpub scene in Miami is alive and well. Take a glance into a worldwide phenomena fantastically fine-tuned in our own sub-tropical paradise.
So much more than a series of sobering statistics and clinically cauterized medi-logues, Susan G. Komen’s Faces Of A Warrior program offers a glimpse into the thriving livelihoods of this disastrous disease’s survivors.
The prettiest and most secluded of the Hawaiian Islands goes by the name of Lanai and is owned by a tech billionaire with plans to turn it into a green paradise — this is the destination for travelers who covet privacy, world-class amenities and authenticity.
The Osteopathic Center allows its patients to experience medicine like never before by helping them discover the root of illnesses, causes of injuries and the best ways to gain more energy by practicing total wellness.
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