| Oct 26, 2012
Christina Pettersson's performance-art installation "The Re-Coronation" resurrects one of the most-mythologized figureheads in French history: Marie Antoinette, the "let them eat cake"-saying, proletariat-despising blonde who inspired the French...
| Oct 25, 2012
| 1:58 PM
Teach a man to fish, and a liar is born, the saying goes. But South Florida captains aim to turn anglers into honest men at sportfishing seminars this weekend.
Seven captains are offering expert tips on landing the big ones during the Fort Lauderdale...
| Mar 9, 2013
Long lines and tiny cups haven't kept beer drinkers from packing into parks, rain or shine, for tasting festivals. So the organizers of Miami's largest craft-beer party have developed a spring counterpart for October's Grovetoberfest.
Like its older...
| Mar 15, 2013
| 9:09 AM
Cali Hobgood barely knows what time zone she's in.
She lives in Illinois, but she has spent the past two weeks driving from Naples to Southern California and then to Winter Park. She's exhibiting in this weekend's Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival,...
| Mar 16, 2013
Just days ago, Tony Kapel and Maitejosune Urrechaga checked out the test pressings of their first album on vinyl. The husband-wife duo perform dissonant noise-pop at local venues as Pocket of Lollipops, a side project for both, who are writers and...
| Feb 26, 2013
| 3:09 PM
Three very different food festivals are set for the next few months.
Boca Bacchanal, March 22-24, BocaBacchanal.com
In it’s first ten years, Boca Bacchanal has raised more than $2.5 million for the Raton Historical Society & Museum. Featured...
| Nov 7, 2012
| 1:30 PM
Not many pastry chefs can say their career started in the U.S. Air Force. But Max Santiago, pastry chef at Valentino in Fort Lauderdale, says it was his four-year stint in our flying force that set him on track to culinary school.
| Jun 27, 2011
| 7:15 AM
Established in the 19th century when Henry Flagler extended his East Coast Railroad to Miami and started collecting dockage fees, the Port of Miami, the first port in history to serve one million passengers annually in 1976, is often referred to as the...
| Mar 26, 2011
There aren't many places that manage to remain unchanged for decades, but the Mill Top Tavern in St. Augustine still evokes the days when Florida troubadour Gamble Rogers roamed St. George Street almost 30 years ago.
In April, the Gamble Rogers Folk...
| Jan 17, 2012
On a typical day, Mindy Mora arrives at her law office about 8 a.m. and leaves 12 hours later. She will drive home, eat dinner and put in a few more hours of work, even taking client calls late at night. "Being a partner at a law firm is not a 9 to 5 job,...
| May 29, 2012
MIAMI — When Citrix Systems redesigned its Fort Lauderdale, Fla., offices last fall, managers had a mission in mind: Kick-start creativity by getting employees to talk more and sit less.
The new layout encourages workers to move around,...
| Oct 21, 2010
| 4:26 PM
As if any more build up were needed before this highly-anticipated Miami Heat season, the team is keeping with tradition hosting community events and giveaways leading up the 2010-11 home opener Oct. 29. Heat Week kicks off Friday with a......