1500 DegreesPaula DaSilva leaves 1500 Degrees.Ownership changes to the Eden Roc Hotel have affected 1500 Degrees restaurant. According to a manager, the hotel, which is now called Eden Roc Destination Hotels & Resorts, will retain its farm to table concept, but will undergo a name change -- and che ... More >>
So, Shane Battier's annual celebrity karaoke event went down this weekend at the Eden Roc Hotel, and if you couldn't afford the $250 tickets to the charity event, don't worry. Of course some video evidence has leaked.
Liz Taylor sells candy in a 1950s Whitman's adMovie legend, late-in-life food fan and onetime Miami resident Elizabeth Taylor has died. Taylor, 79, was diagnosed with congestive heart failure six years ago. She was married eight times, won two Oscars, played footsie with Michael Jackson an ... More >>
Greek-Swedish DJ/producer Steve Angello has become one of the most recognizable names in commercial EDM since the mid 2000s, with big international hits like his jacked-up rendition of the über-soulful "Show Me Love" by Robin S, a track exemplifying his glitzy disco diva-vocalized big-room ho ... More >>
You wouldn't know it by his minimal but funky robo-beats, but Parisian star Dan Ghenacia started off his DJ career enamored of deep house. Yes, he was lured to the psychedelia dark side during a year abroad in California, and brought back the soulful sounds to his native Paris, where he started o ... More >>
In Miami's jungle of condo towers, 16 people have jumped to their deaths.
All Access Music ConferenceAttention all unsigned hip-hop artists, producers, and songwriters: your big break is finally here. Maybe.The All Access Music Conference will come on the weekend of August 8 to the Eden Roc Hotel (4525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach). This two-day event will allow Miami's unsu ... More >>
This aint your average oceanside tipple.
"I will never forget Caliph, a huge Bengal tiger, being walked through the cocktail party by his trainer. What a sight."
Cool & Dre & Ed
Local kids keep it extra clean at the B-Boy Masters Pro-Am
Ed Garson, who once hammed it up onstage, wants Miami-Dade schools to clean up their act
January 21 - 27, 1999
To the delight of its allies and the squirming discomfort of its enemies, the weekly SunPost just won't shut up
Sure, Miami has an empty stadium. And sure, Bruce Frey has pigskin on the brain. But that's no excuse for the Canadian football league.
The establishment hated him, but resort-goers thought his designs were the best thing since room service. If it was fun, funky, and Fifties in Miami Beach, chances are Morris Lapidus dreamed it up.
First came teen superstardom, then years of troubled obscurity. Now Betty Wright is seeking to balance music, family, and faith.