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?
Check out my September Vino column in the Miami-based newspaper, Biscayne Times. This month, I give you a few suggestions for some economical Chilean wines. Hope you enjoy! Cheers!
Tucked away in an almost hidden location along a busy street that sidelines the Miami International Airport is a tiny little reprieve from the warehouse and strip mall fronts that usually rob the Doral area of any authentic charm. Inside this tiny alcove is a splendid little restaurant that creates an opportunity to escape the… Continue reading OCIO MIAMI: A Gem of a Doral Restaurant
It is rare in this modern world of auto-tune and manufactured pop divas to find raw musical talent in the mainstream. Most of what we hear on the radio is audibly "photo shopped", so-to-speak, and seemingly nothing comes from the heart. Despite the lack of quality in what we consider "popular" tunes, there is still… Continue reading Local South Florida Musician Spotlight: Ominé Eager
The rise and fall of Judy Garland’s stardom and personal life are something of a Hollywood legend these days. From the young woman who skipped down the yellow brick road, to the feisty middle-aged lady who sang her heart out for weeks on end in a London theatre, we’ve all heard the stories and whispers… Continue reading End of the Rainbow, South Florida Theatre “Must-See”