Perfectly ironed white tablecloths are topped with open glass orbs holding fresh-cut roses floating in water. The stems are twisted and tied around delicate blooms, creating bows that rise from the bowls. The rich cherry hardwood floor of Palme d'Or -- the opulent, awarded-winning French culinary te ... More >>
Unwrapping a designer box of imported macarons at Lincoln Road's Laduree is an experience in and of itself. The Paris-based pastry company recently launched a South Beach offshoot of their century-old operation. Not to be confused with the coconut macaroons your grandmother passes out during Passov ... More >>
Lundi Dis Moi Oui. That's le mode d'entrée into the new Monday-night disco fête, launching tonight at the Garret. "Lundi Dis Moi Oui was a party I used to DJ in Paris at [the now-defunct nightclub] Le Palace," explains Rico Poulous, the man behind the bash and co-owner of Grand Central. "It was ... More >>
It's true that a famous surname draws a lot of attention. Now imagine being the son or daughter of not one, but two famous parents. Double the benefits? Perhaps. But double the pressure? Most assuredly. No one knows that better than Michele Coltrane. The only daughter of jazz giants John and Alic ... More >>
Cedric Gervais was born in France, but he's been a local Miami DJ since he was 15 years old. More recently, he's become a worldwide superstar, thanks to an infectious brand of pop-dance and a girl named Molly. He's celebrating a birthday this week, and he's more than stoked to come home and mark th ... More >>
Have you ever been to a restaurant where there are too many choices? Did you ever wish you could just walk into a nice bistro where they would bring you a well-executed plate of food and a glass of wine -- like in those movies where people never seem to actually peruse a menu or order, but a meal s ... More >>
Record Store Day 2013 Ambassador Jack White said it best: "We need to re-educate ourselves about human interaction and the difference between downloading a track on a computer and talking to other people in person and getting turned onto music that you can hold in your hands and share with others." ... More >>
Last summer, while walking through Paris's trendy neighborhood, Sainte-Germaine-du-Prés, I came across a petite falafel shop named Maoz Vegetarian. Inside, there was a long line of Parisians, loading up falafel sandwiches with tabouli, tahini and greenery from an expansive salad bar. And it cost le ... More >>
Always more than an ingenue, she's taking on everything that's wrong with movies -- and she's bringing Chris Rock.
For every fat, drunk American football fan who couldn't even sit (or, uh, dance) through Madonna's 12-minute Super Bowl XLVI halftime bonanza, there are millions of giddy pop music fans in party towns like Istanbul, Zagreb, Warsaw, Kansas City, and St. Paul who'd be totally willing to blow their ... More >>
Paris wouldn't be the same for American foodie visitors if it weren't for Wendy Lyn. An ex-pat who moved from Florida's panhandle nearly two decades ago, she unpacked in Paris, immersed herself in the local food scene and met all its major players, then never looked back. Today she is the go-to f ... More >>
Paris is known less for its chocolate than its fromages and saucissons, it's true, but there's one culinary treasure that many visitors unfortunately miss out on only because they don't know to order it: chocolat chaud. Now those of you who took French language classes know that "chocolat chaud" ... More >>
We met former Club Med chef and restaurateur Hans Viertl at his lovely cafe, Sacha's, which is tucked quietly around the side of an office building in downtown Coral Gables. Like his other businesses, Fountain Bistro, La Ficelle Cafe, and Fountain Deli, the New York/European style eatery is ... More >>
There's nothing fun about being stranded in an airport. If you're traveling, there's usually somewhere you really, really want to get to, and trying to make yourself comfortable for hours at a time in those uncomfortable airport chairs can make for a miserable time. TripExtras.com asked more than ... More >>
After a couple years of eardrum-hammering from the relentless-banger-addicted sect of the indie/dance crossover scene, acts like Aeroplane come as a welcome shot of sweetness and light. Hailing originally from the somewhat unlikely region of Wallonia -- that's French-speaking Southern Belgium -- ... More >>
Emeric Rico's only been living in Miami for six months. A Paris native (that's France, not Texas or Illinois), this Frenchman's already landed himself a residency at recently opened Bar 721. He'll be spinning Electro and House with quite a few DJs on Saturday, May 22, for KICK (b)ASS. He talks t ... More >>
As our own dearly departed Calvin Godfrey pointed out in 2007, Manuel Noriega and Miami really and truly deserved each other. "Where else does a corrupt, militant South American cocaine trafficker really belong anyway?" he wrote. "Certainly not France. All of his friends are here." ... More >>
We last spoke to local hip-hop shooter Derick G. back in June when he had just leveraged his still image work into the world of moving pictures, in high definition.Derick recently hit a new phase in his career when he gained unprecedented access to roll with Cash Money Records as a documentarian ... More >>
Recently fired Local 10 anchor Charles Perez took his side of the story to the Daily Beast today, in a wide-ranging column explaining why he'll continue his suit against WPLG, claiming they fired him because he was gay, attacking the state of the news business, positioning himself as a gay rights he ... More >>
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