Evoking 1888 London, Oh Jack at the Dream Hotel paid homage to Jack the Ripper, Victorian England, and steampunk. Rain forced the party to relocated at times between the Tudor House space and the rooftop pool, but Penguin Prison, Ess & Emm, and DJ Ruen kept the party going.
It took 15 years for Chinese Democracy to see the light of day, and a bit longer for Guns N' Roses to perform in Miami. Saturday night, the rain may have put a bit of a damper on things, but fans still came out to see Axl Rose. Read the review of Gun N' Roses at American Airlines Arena here.
Yelpers, bloggers, and tweeters have been raving about Chef Philip Ho in Sunny Isles Beach ever since its debut over a month ago. Critic Lee Klein dives into the dim sum fare to find out if all the social media buzz is right. Read the review of Chef Philip Ho here.
Saturday night, it was a Miami love-fest as Latin crooner Enrique Iglesias performed at the American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami. Opening the show were Mr. 305 himself, Pitbull, and Prince Royce. Read the review of Enrique Iglesias at American Airlines Arena here.
Located on the edge of Wynwood, near Miami's Design District, is Mamushka's, a gallery-meets-lounge with former employees of Bar at the helm. Saturday's grand opening featured performances by Teepee, Little Beard, and Kabuki Iron Kolors.
Good Bets for Oscar: Even if, deep in your cinephile heart, you feel utter disdain for the Academy Awards and all such events, it can't be denied that the AFI Fest is chock-full of likely contenders. We spy at least three Best Picture nominees and a number of likely acting contenders among...
Almost two decades after it first opened, Amnesia returned to its original South of Fifth locale. The nightclub celebrated its comeback Friday night with co-owner and superstar DJ Bob Sinclar on the decks.