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Miami’s “Freshest Night Out” to Benefit Slow Food Miami Edible Gardens

March 29, 2015 9:56 AM0 comments
Miami’s “Freshest Night Out” to Benefit Slow Food Miami Edible Gardens

Miami Beach, Florida — Slow Food Miami, the local 100% volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to “planting a fresher future for our children,” will hold its 4th Annual “Snail of Approval” Tasting Party on Friday, April 24th from 7 – 10PM at The Miami Beach Botanical Garden.  Attendees will join Ambassador for the Evening, Emmy award- winning journalist and WSVN’s 7 NEWS’Belkys Nerey, and celebrity guest host and judges, soon to be announced.  On Miami’s “Freshest Night Out,” guests will enjoy bites […]

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Some Places to Celebrate Tuesday as “Oysters on the Half Shell”

March 27, 2015 10:09 AM0 comments
Some Places to Celebrate Tuesday as “Oysters on the Half Shell”

Devon Seafood + Steak: During Happy Hour on Tuesday, March 31st, diners can indulge in Devon’s One Buck Shuck, a daily selection of oysters on the half shell for just $1 each from 4PM-8PM to celebrate Oysters on the Half Shell Day. Hand-picked by Executive Chef Rod Chitikov, an array of six different types of East and West Coast oysters on the half shell will be featured including Beau Soleil; Naked Cowboy; Katama Bay; and Malpeques. Devon Seafood + Steak […]

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Fontainebleau’s Cellar 1954 Series Continues Wednesday, April 1

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Fontainebleau’s Cellar 1954 Series Continues Wednesday, April 1

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. The hip and dynamic culinary destination, Michael Mina 74 will host the next Cellar 1954 dinner on Wednesday, April 1, with pairings from Staglin & Salus Winery. Diners will enjoy a decadent five-course menu prepared by chef […]

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Kings of Chaos are set to electrify the stage at Hard Rock Live

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Kings of Chaos are set to electrify the stage at Hard Rock Live

HOLLYWOOD, Fla.  – Rock legends Kings of Chaos are set to electrify the stage at Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Friday, May 15 at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 27 at 10 a.m. Fans will have access to presale tickets beginning Thursday, March 26 at 10 a.m. through Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood’s Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages. Composed with core members Duff McKagan of Guns N’ Roses (bass) and Gilby Clarke […]

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Internet Gaming Disorder: What is it?

March 26, 2015 2:30 PM0 comments
Internet Gaming Disorder: What is it?

By Dr. Michelle Hintz, Psychologist, for EyesOnNews.com, Mar. 26, 2015 – Recent studies have shown that 8-18 year olds devote about 53 hours a week to screen time. Many psychologists, particularly child development experts, believe so much time in front of a computer screen is harmful. So, let’s review the facts. It used to be exciting just to chat using Skype or Facetime, and now almost any question can be answered with a few pulses on a screen that doesn’t even […]

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Key West Kids ‘Juggle’ Fun and Learning at Spring Break Camp (Video)

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Karen “Ooo La La” Grant Margil, left, and Bounce Margil, right, demonstrate the art of juggling pins to youngsters at a Spring Break Circus Camp (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

By FloridaKeysNewsBureau For EyesOnNews.com, Mar 26, 2015 – KEY WEST, Fla. — While many kids might spend their spring break on vacation or going to the beach, 11 young Key Westers are acquiring skills that many performers use to entertain visitors at Key West’s daily Mallory Square sunset celebration. At the five-day Spring Break Circus Camp presented by The Studios of Key West, kids ages 6 through 13 learn to juggle, spin plates, twirl hula hoops, perform balancing acts and more. […]

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‘Real Housewives’ star blames cockroaches for Keys arrest for driving with a suspended license

March 25, 2015 10:59 AM0 comments
Ana Quincoces says she didn't know her license was suspended despite it being seized by police earlier in the night. (Monroe County Sheriff)

By Larry Kahn, KeysNet.com, Mar 25, 2015 –   A onetime cast member of “The Real Housewives of Miami” television show says an infestation of cockroaches led to her early Sunday arrest in Key Largo for driving with a suspended license with knowledge. But the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office deputy who arrested her wrote in his report that he and his supervisor gave her fair warning before seizing her license earlier in the morning, telling her not to drive. “The police down […]

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Secretive Lil Wayne Registers New Bentley in Palm Beach Gardens Instead of Miami

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Lil Wayne, waiting for tags for his new Bentley at the DMV office in Palm Beach Gardens county courthouse Friday (via Facebook)

By Jose Lambiet, GossipExtra.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Mar 25, 2015 – PALM BEACH GARDENS — Rapper Lil Wayne has become shy all of the sudden. Instead of going to Miami to register his new Bentley and pay the taxes, and get mugged by fans, the singer of Lollypop headed all the way north to Palm Beach Gardens. He materialized in the tax collector’s office right before quitting time Friday. Weezy, however, couldn’t avoid the Gossip Extra celebrity dragnet and we got […]

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This Is A “First Date” Worth Going Out On

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Laura Hodos, Conor Walton, Erica Lustig, Roland Rusinek, Clay Cartland, Nick Duckart and Jessica Booth in Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre’s production of First Date (Photo by Alberto Romeu)

By Bill Hirschman, FloridaTheaterOnStage.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Mar 25, 2015 – For years, we’ve been talking about The Theater of Recognition whose mass success ratchets up a level by resonating with the specific issues and culture of a sub-set of the mass audience: Jews (Fiddler on the Roof) African Americans (A Raisin in the Sun) Latinos (In The Heights) Arty Gen-Xers (Rent) Green-Skinned Outsiders (Wicked.) So, the utterly charming new show at Actors’ Playhouse is a musical for, by and about […]

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“Piripi” opens next week at Village of Merrick Park

March 24, 2015 10:00 AM0 comments
“Piripi” opens next week at Village of Merrick Park

 Piripi, the highly anticipated new Coral Gables restaurant helmed by Moroccan-Basque chef, Najat Kaanache is set to officially open Monday, March 30, 2015. Piripi is the collaborative brainchild of AKA Hospitality (named for its partners Teo Arranz, Najat Kaanache and Gus Abalo). Chef Najat will bring her global culinary talents to Village of Merrick Park, 320 San Lorenzo Avenue, as the first and only female Basque chef in South Florida. Najat and her team will be serving up authentic Spanish […]

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“Earthquake”: One Night Only, Benefit For Mad Cat Theatre

March 23, 2015 10:40 AM0 comments
“Earthquake”: One Night Only, Benefit For Mad Cat Theatre

By Bill Hirschman, FloridaTheaterOnStage.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Mar 23, 2015 – A new play, Earthquake, written and directed by Mad Cat Theatre Company member Jessica Farr, will be performed one night only, in a benefit performance, as part of the South Beach Comedy Festival with the proceeds going to the Mad Cat Theatre Company. The plot was described in a Mad Cat news release as “In an attempt to crawl out of obscurity and find himself relevant once again, Pulitzer Prize […]

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Moss Park offers best camping near Disney

March 22, 2015 9:08 AM0 comments
The endangered sandhill crane is a common sight at Moss Park near Orlando.

By Bob Rountree, FloridaRambler.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Mar 22, 2015 – The Moss Park Campground may be Orlando’s best-kept secret. Tucked into the woods between two lakes and a wildlife preserve, this 54-site public campground is $18-$23 per night and only 20 minutes to Disney World. Enjoy boating, camping, kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, hiking, biking, fishing, picnic areas, a swimming beach, bird-watching, orienteering. Lots of trees. Lots of wildlife. I visited this park a couple of years ago in my hunt […]

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