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Miami Beach, Fla. – Paying homage to Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s opening in 1954, Cellar 1954 Wine & Dinner Series is a monthly event that pairs the world’s most prestigious wines and winemakers with the award-winning cuisine of Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s signature dining destinations. On Tuesday, October 21, Michael Mina 74 – the resort’s critically-acclaimed signature restaurant by award-winning chef Michael Mina – will host a decadent five-course wine pairing dinner prepared by Chef de Cuisine Thomas Griese, with wines hand-selected […]Read more ›
Opening fall 2014, The Rum Line is a Caribbean-inspired al fresco bar with an enticing menu that evokes the rich cocktail history of the 1930’s to the 1960’s. Acclaimed New York City restaurateurs John McDonald, Joshua Pickard and Josh Capon of Mercer Street Hospitality known for popular concepts including Lure Fishbar – SoHo and South Beach, El Toro Blanco and Bowery Meat Company, have teamed up with local restaurant operators Seth Alexander and Sol Alvarez, who have opened iconic Miami […]Read more ›
By Bill Hirschman, FloridaTheaterOnStage.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com Oct 18, 2014 – The Plaza Theatre in Manalapan declared bankruptcy and closed its doors Friday on the day that it was poised to begin its third season, founder and artistic director Alan Jacobson confirmed. A precipitous drop in ticket sales and an inability to attract wealthy underwriters caused Jacobson, he said, to “agonize for three months” whether to continue. Meager season subscriptions and a $50,000 in bills after the summer convinced him to seriously […]Read more ›
By Bonnie Gross, FloridaRambler.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Oct 17, 2014 – Florida is blessed with islands up and down each coast and extending out into the Gulf of Mexico. Some of those islands don’t feel like islands at all. Miami Beach? It’s a great place, but “wild” has a different meaning here. I love Sanibel, but you’re never far from the pavement there. What does it take to be a truly wild island worthy of an escape plan? No bridges. You […]Read more ›
Moye, a new regional Italian restaurant from restaurateurs Tony Gallo and Chef Pietro Vardeu, will open on Tuesday, October 21st at 80 SW 8th Street in downtown Brickell. Vardeu and Gallo believe that Moye will strike all the right chords with diners, presenting moderately priced, healthy cuisine in a warm, welcoming environment. Featuring classic Italian fare from Puglia, the area located in Southern Italy that’s prized for its cuisine as well as great wines, olive oils, and significantly, as the […]Read more ›
By Bill Hirschman, FloridaTheaterOnStage.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Oct 16, 2014 – For such a seemingly simple play, Our Town requires the audience to generously invest their attention and imagination. Thornton Wilder’s classic set in a small town in New Hampshire only works when its visitors travel more than halfway there. But for those willing to make that journey, the gossamer delicate play can vibrate the heartstrings and the synapses, as it does in Palm Beach Dramaworks’ deft production. It intentionally starts […]Read more ›
By Bob Rountree, FloridaRambler.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Oct 15, 2015 – Twice a year, motorcycles are the star attraction in the Daytona Beach area, and celebrants spread themselves out along the beaches from Flagler Beach south to New Smyrna Beach. Businesses roll out the “Welcome Bikers” mats, and they mean it. For many, Biketoberfest (October 15-19, 2014) and Bike Week (March 6-15) are their biggest weeks of the year. What sometimes goes unnoticed below the roar of Harleys on Main Street […]Read more ›
By Bill Hirschman, FloridaTheaterOnStage.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Oct 15, 2014 – The overall picture may seem a bit disjointed and fuzzy, but the world premiere of The Cuban Spring at New Theatre incisively depicts the complexities of Cuban-American families in modern Miami as their American-born generation conflicts with parents struggling with ghosts of their birthplace. Even Anglos can hear the deafening resonances in Miamian Vanessa Garcia’s insider look at the tidal push and pull between a generation forced to create a […]Read more ›
By William E. Lewis Jr. For EyesOnNews.com, Oct 12, 2014 – Clicking “Like” to your Facebook status update immediately after posting it will increase the number of Facebook friends exposed to it thus raising your presence on the world’s most popular social networking website. Facebook has made a number of changes to the news feed in the last several years and has even introduced a Ticker. The status updates that now appear in your news feed are influenced by personal connections and activity on […]Read more ›
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By Bonnie Gross, FloridaRambler.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Oct 13, 2014 – Seafood festivals are common in Florida, but I think the Cedar Key Seafood Festival is uncommonly appealing. In 2014, the Cedar Key Seafood Festival is Oct. 18 and 19, just in time for cooler weather and the start of stone crab season. What makes the Cedar Key Seafood Festival special? First, and quite obviously, it takes place in Cedar Key, one of America’s coolest small towns, according to Budget Travel. […]Read more ›
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