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  • Weekend preview: 'Tis the season for beer and Candye Kane

    Weekend preview: 'Tis the season for beer and Candye Kane
    Sometimes, a date requires a certain atmosphere if you want to, uh, close the deal. Beach Bar @ Newport Pier is the newest place for dinner or a drink when a classy oceanfront view may be the clincher. Set for its first weekend of business, Beach Bar is...
  • 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...
  • Weekend preview: Love thirsty, hungry for meatloaf!

    Weekend preview: Love thirsty, hungry for meatloaf!
    When Cinema Paradiso Hollywood on Saturday unveils a new monthly gathering aimed at the nexus of local music and film called CineMusique, it will shine the spotlight on a performer who has always had a cinematic bearing. A showcase of local musicians,...
  • Tudor House: Come on in

    <b>Tudor House:</b> Come on in
    Background: While "big" and "bold" were once the watchwords of Miami Beach restaurants, "quiet" and "intimate" are slowly becoming the new normal. Nowhere is that more apparent than at Tudor House. Back in the '90s, chef Geoffrey Zakarian operated Blue...
  • Sunday brunch with a view

    Sunday brunch with a view
    Sundays are lazy days. Most of us wake up a little later and plan fun activities before heading back to the grind come Monday. In fact, cooking should be the last thing on your mind. How about heading outdoors for a meal? The sun is shining, the kids are...
  • No Casinos claims crime link; Genting, Tea Party respond

    No Casinos claims crime link; Genting, Tea Party respond
    The bill that would bring up to three destination casinos is in legislators’ hands in Tallahassee, but that doesn’t mean groups on both sides of the debate are sitting here being mum. Just this week, there’s been word from casino...
  • Referendum next option for destination casinos

    My colleague Kathleen Haugney and I wrote this up yesterday and it made 1A of today's paper. I'm putting it up here on the blog because I know some people click straight to this blog, rather than Sun-Sentinel.com. Yes, they do. I really believe that. Yep....
  • Curiosidades: Restaurante en el S. Florida vende sushi sobre cuerpos desnudos

    <b>Curiosidades:</b> Restaurante en el S. Florida vende sushi sobre cuerpos desnudos
    En "Naked Sushi", los cuerpos debajo de su comida son empleados de Kung Fu Kitchen & Sushi, y acaso le den información sobre lo que está comiendo. Esta semana el restaurante Kung Fu Kitchen & Sushi presentó su más reciente creación culinaria: "Sushi al...
  • The best egg dishes at popular destinations across America

    The best egg dishes at popular destinations across America
    For me, the egg hunt didn't stop when I became an adult. Some people hunt eggs, but I prefer to eat them. As a kid, I thrilled more to the feast than the hunt — as in the feast of hard-boiled eggs and leftover egg dishes that remained in the wake...
  • Miami chef catches her lunch and cooks it, too

    Miami chef catches her lunch and cooks it, too
    Cindy Hutson stood in cockpit of the charter boat Priority off Islamorada Tuesday, taking instruction from captain A.J. Stewart on the finer points of detecting the bite of the yellowtail snapper. "You don't feel the bite; you see it," Stewart told her....