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  • Go away with Marcus Lemonis

    Go away with Marcus Lemonis
    Born in Beirut, Lebanon, Marcus Lemonis was adopted as a baby by a Greek family living in Florida. His parents were friends with former Chrysler CEO Lee Iacocca, who advised Lemonis to get into the camping and RV business. After making guest appearances...
  • Gambling bill opens door for casinos

    Gambling bill opens door for casinos
    Broward and Miami-Dade counties would each open one Las Vegas style hotel casino if a bill introduced on Monday works its way through the Florida Legislature. A new commission would oversee gambling and voters would get the final say on all future...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Relax, refresh and get healthy at Florida's Pritikin Center

    Relax, refresh and get healthy at Florida's Pritikin Center
    MIAMI — There I was, scooting awkwardly across the floor of the warmed pool, lifting my water weights high in the air, palm trees swaying in the background, when a woman next to me leaned in and whispered, "This place is a miracle. It's changed my...
  • Florida's Coral Gables: So near, yet so far

    Florida's Coral Gables: So near, yet so far
    CORAL GABLES, Fla. - Although I was not able to take the family to a foreign country this time around, Coral Gables, just southwest of Miami, proved itself a fair substitute. People stepping into shops and restaurants would start with Spanish without...