The South Beach Wine & Food Festival's Grand Tasting Village is, quite literally, a mini-city of gigantic white tents taking over several blocks of Miami Beach's sandy coastline. Thousands of people flock to the GTV to swirl and sample hundreds of fine wines, sample the fare of over three dozen res ... More >>
By virtue of its name the Grand Tasting Village of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival is supposed to be all about wine. But we are here to tell you that there is so much more to the GTV than swishing and swilling the nectar of the gods. If you've been procrastinating going to the GTV because y ... More >>
Short Order loves its readers and we're willing to prove our love by giving away a pair of tickets to the South Beach Wine & Food Festival Grand Tasting Village. That's a $450 value -- if you could actually get tickets to this completely sold-out event!On Saturday, February 23, one lucky winner ... More >>
Has anyone seen Molly? Have you checked the strip clubs or the mean streets of the inner city? Have you asked around the Louis store? Have you checked ATL, MIA, and NYC? It used to be that wide-eyed and sweaty raver kids ruled the molly scene. And basically, they still do. But over the past coupl ... More >>
Bill? Is that you? With the white sand, clear skies, and heat, SBWFF's Whole Foods Market Grand Tasting Village would have resembled the Sahara if it were not for the sparkling backdrop of the Atlantic.After receiving a Waterford glass, but no neck lanyard cup-holder to keep our eager paws free ( ... More >>
She's landed four Grammy nominations, seven number-one singles, and two platinum-selling albums, all in only three years. Thus, it's safe to say Keyshia Cole deserves a place in that illustrious echelon of female artists known as Divas, though she may not realize it yet. But not the "get me my Evi ... More >>
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