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LT Steak & Seafood at the Betsy Hotel Launches a Dog-Themed Beer

7 months ago by Nicole Danna
The Betsy South Beach is serving its own beer inspired by the hotel's resident dogs, Betsy and Rosa. The two dogs, dubbed the hotel's "Canine Executive Officers," belong to the Plutzik-Goldwasser family, owners of the Betsy Hotel. Both Golden Retrievers, today Betsy and Rosa also stand as the unofficial greeters for the hotel's CEO cocktail hour, held every Friday at 5 p.m. at the Lobby Bar and hosted by managing director Zachary Plutzik.

Miami Jewish Film Festival Announces Lineup for 23rd Edition

8 months ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
The Miami Jewish Film Festival (MJFF) is set to return for its 23rd edition January 9 through 23, 2020, when it will premiere more than a hundred films from 25 countries. The fest will screen its largest collection yet and boasts 33 films directed by women (composing nearly a third of the lineup).

The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

12 months ago by Jesse Scott
There are lots of reasons to party this weekend: Veza Sur Brewing turns two, a Hippiefest hits South Florida, and Khalid rocks the AAA.

The 13 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

12 months ago by Jesse Scott
Thursday, August 15 Unfortunately, we can't see Prince perform live anymore (RIP), but plenty of cool events are keeping the icon's spirit alive. Among them is a new laser at the Frost Museum of Science. Catch some of your Prince faves — from "Raspberry Beret" to "1999" — as part...

Eva Luna, Miami Telenovela, Is Number One Show in Hungary For Some Reason

9 years ago by Gus Garcia-Roberts
Apparently it's not only your Kendall abuelita who likes a good Spanish-language soap featuring beautiful rich people, faked deaths, and middle-aged hunks with great hair. We recently received a wonderfully obscure press release from Medley-based Venevision bragging that its novela Eva Luna is battling for the top spot in its...

The Black Queen Project Descends on Miami With Female Power and Humanity

2 years ago by Juliana Accioly
This Thursday, the MDC Live Arts Lab will transform into a medieval castle, shrouded in a mysterious creepiness that evokes the tension of falling into a trap and not quite believing you can get out. Enter the world of Barbara of Cilli, the notorious Black Queen, a powerful ruler who lost an empire to the forces of misogyny and intrigue, her life rewritten as that of a sorceress, a sexual deviant, an evil myth.
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Best Gourmet Market

Europa Delicatessen

Tucked away in the laid-back South of Fifth neighborhood is Europa Delicatessen, a delightful market and deli full of authentic Eastern European food and groceries. Culinary cultures from Germany, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, and Russia have influenced this delicious hole-in-the-wall that's open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If you crave legitimate...

Dance-Pop Duo Sofi Tukker Prefers Moving Bodies to Playing Instruments

2 years ago by Howard Hardee
They sing live and play bass and guitar onstage, but the rest of the sounds are programmed, and some sections of their sets are reserved for choreographed dance routines.

Rubio Takes $2.5M From Health Industry, Misuses Dying Kid's Story to Slam Single-Payer

3 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Nothing motivates your constituents quite like actively trying to kill them. Today left-leaning organizers across the nation are protesting at Senate and congressional offices, demanding that GOP lawmakers abandon plans to nuke Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act and to replace them with the legal equivalent of paper clips and twine.

Bernice Steinbaum Returns With New Coconut Grove Gallery

4 years ago by Neil de la Flor
Bernice Steinbaum is back. The legendary gallerist, who opened her eponymous gallery on a semiquiet corner of NW 36th Street in the quasi-industrial and working-class community of Wynwood 15 years ago, helped turn the former warehouse district into a bustling arts haven. Ten years later, she closed her space,...

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