For those of us who appreciate a little historical personality in our local watering holes in Miami, it seems as though it has been harder and harder for us to hold onto the old haunts that originally gave the city its famous reputation as a slick, shady, and sexy town. As each establishment is torn… Continue reading History & Wine &…Beer?
Charisma never dies—or at least, it lives on through the legacies created by those who possess it and use it for good. So it almost seems unnecessary to commemorate what would have been a mere 100 years of a charismatic life, when we have the rest of time to enjoy it. However, any occasion is… Continue reading Frank Sinatra: 100 Years of Ol’ Blue Eyes
Tonight is (finally) the very first game for the 2013 Miami Hurricanes football team. Sure, it is a Friday night game; not the night typically reserved for the special college games, but a special night, nonetheless. Though it has been several years since I was actually a student at The U, the traditions and legacy… Continue reading Miami Hurricanes Football