October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, with charity walks, fundraisers, and benefits planned. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, with over over 220,000 women in the United States being treated for the dise ... More >>
Last year Top Chef and Top Chef All-Stars alum Mike Isabella participated in a challenge to save lives and shed pounds in Washington, D.C. dubbed Fit for Hope. The fundraiser pitted 12 chefs against each other over the course of 12 weeks and raised over $30,000 that went towards the American Cancer ... More >>
Time to party like it's Thursday, people. Well, because it is the fourth day of the week. But during Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week, the intensity of the average weeknight is ratched up to OMG-so-epic-I'm-gonna-remember-this-moment-forever-unless-I-black-out-which-is-a-real-oh-shit le ... More >>
Go, raver. Go, raver. Go. Chug a Red Bull. Down a vial of Five-Hour elixir. Pop a packet of Jelly Belly energy beans. The Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week marathon starts now. And it doesn't end till next month. Here are the 20 best parties during WMC and MMW 2014. See also: WMC and ... More >>
Ragers, raves, getdowns, throwdowns, pool parties, boat parties, beach parties, club parties, street parties ... Yep, it's already time to get set for another bout of Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week madness. Now, at the moment, with the ten-day blitz still over a month away, the WMC a ... More >>
"I'm ready to fight this thing." That's how Bingo Players' Paul Baümer took on his unexpected and devastating cancer diagnosis last summer. But sadly, though he showed great courage and admirable resilience, the Dutch DJ-producer passed away on December 17, 2013. Now, in Baümer's memory, the fig ... More >>
Breast cancer affects too many of us, whether we are a survivor or the friend or family member of one. According to the American Cancer Society, "breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women, except for skin cancers. About one in eight (12%) women in the United States will develop ... More >>
Give Stephen Ross props. He stepped up to Norman Braman one billionaire to another and slapped him across the face with a clean white glove. With a full page ad undermining Braman's credibility in Tuesday's edition of the Miami Herald, Ross let Braman know he's got the cash to parry any attacks the ... More >>
Studying a WMC event schedule can be dizzying. So many great parties with superb lineups, and usually the ticket prices throw in a few perks. Despite the endless options, you still may be torn on which to attend. Our suggestion: Art Beats For Life, a WMC party that's going on tonight, Wednesd ... More >>
Cigars are as Miami as white guayabaras, cafecitos and questionable uses of teal and pink, but a national group is slamming the Orange Bowl this week for including the Calle Ocho favorites in the bowl week festivities.The American Cancer Society has sent a letter to NCAA and Orange Bowl offi ... More >>
Flyer design by Kent Hernandez Sometimes a party isn't just a party. Sometimes it's Local Motion, the annual charity electro concert benefiting the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, organized by Loscar Rodriguez, a.k.a. HenceSoLo, and presented by Lexyn Intelligence and Nocturnal. First l ... More >>
Breast Cancer Awareness month events for everyone
Sweat for charity at Local Motion
Ray Carson, the American Cancer Society's Florida Division's vice president, provided the following statement Tuesday afternoon from the agency's state headquarters in Tampa regarding the Hope Lodge closing: First, let me say that we are very proud of the Hope Lodge. Since it opened in 1993, it has ... More >>
The past 24 months have been excruciating for Michelle Baker, a free-spirited 23-year-old from Flamingo. In 2004 Baker was diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer and began a round of debilitating chemotherapy cycles. Alone in South Florida and unable to make the drive from her home near Everglades N ... More >>
If art education is so important, why so little support?
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Exelon plans to build a new nuclear power plant. Ho-hum.
To ban or not to ban, that could be the question on a ballot near you.
July 15 - 21, 1999