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  • First Brazilian Zouk Festival comes to Miami

    First Brazilian Zouk Festival comes to Miami
    Kendra Haynes grew up dancing ballet, jazz and salsa. But when she saw the fluid movements of Brazilian zouk, a dance similar to lambada, it was love at first sight. "Ever since then, I did everything I could to learn it," says Haynes, 26. "I made it my...
  • South Florida's new gay high season

    South Florida's new gay high season
    South Florida's gay social calendar is getting a lot busier. PrideFest. Parades. An art gallery opening. Circuit parties. Within South Florida’s tourism boom, the LGBT community has carved a new season. It’s all part of a giant rainbow...
  • Our recommendations for the South Beach Wine & Food Festival

    Our recommendations for the South Beach Wine & Food Festival
    With more than 70 events, the 13th edition of the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, which will run Feb. 20 to Feb. 23, is the largest in its history. From the big blowouts such as Rachael Ray's Burger Bash to small seminars about pairing champagne and...
  • NATPE Parties: Pitbull, Ja Rule, Courtney Love And Nearly Naked Go-Go Dancers

    Monday was party night at NATPE, with fetes spread around the South Beach area. Endemol turned up the volume with its latenight affair at Liv at the Fontainebleau Hotel, where the confab runs through Wednesday. Singer Pitbull was a surprise guest with an...
  • MatzoBall 2013: Yes, soup for you!

    MatzoBall 2013: Yes, soup for you!
    You don’t have to be Jewish to love the MatzoBall, says Andrew Rudnick, founder of the nationwide series of Christmas Eve singles parties, including three in South Florida. George Costanza, a “borderline Jew” according to JeworNotJew....
  • KC Of The Sunshine Band Talks Miami, EDM And More

    KC Of The Sunshine Band Talks Miami, EDM And More
    Toss a hearty "that's the way" out into a crowded room and see if you don't get back a lewd "uh-huh uh-huh" in return. Or tell a friend you'd like to do a little dance, make a little love, and watch them also suggest you also get down tonight. The music...
  • Cientos de peruanos en festival en playa Fort Lauderdale

    Cientos de peruanos en festival en playa Fort Lauderdale
    Para los peruanos, acostumbrados al mar que cubre toda la parte oeste de su país, ir a la playa se traduce en una tarde de placer. Pero, sol, calor, arena y mar azul no son suficientes. Los peruanos van al mar y en la comodidad de la toalla o la silla...
  • Employee suggestion boxes move into digital age

    At BGT Partners in Hallandale Beach, Fla., founder David Clarke wanted to give his staff a say in how to make the company better. So Clarke took the classic suggestion box into the 21st century, creating a dedicated website where employees anonymously...
  • Graduados de Ana G. Mendez dan paso firme hacia el sueño americano

    Graduados de Ana G. Mendez dan paso firme hacia el sueño americano
    Para Mirian Gómez, una cubana de 50 años, la cinta amarilla que reposaba sobre sus hombros en el día de su graduación — y que la identificaba como estudiante summa cum laude— significa mucho más que un logro académico. "Esto te distingue...
  • Redefining the 'real' Miami night life experience

    Redefining the 'real' Miami night life experience
    MIAMI —A cool ocean breeze cut the day's humidity. Dresses up to there in hot pink sequins and acid yellows colored the sidewalks. It was around midnight on a Thursday in Miami's South Beach neighborhood, and the evening was just getting started....
  • Go Away With ... Jason Kennedy

    Go Away With ... Jason Kennedy
    As a host on E! News, Jason Kennedy has gotten used to people assuming he's little more than a pretty face. Little do the naysayers know that Kennedy, 30, has been a news junkie for most of his life. As an elementary school student, he anchored his own...