Heartbreakers is on, you guys. Talk about a pre-9/11 movie – a comedy, no less – that’s held up good. It is so good. Jennifer Love Hewitt is riding her first big wave. OMG, she was on the cover of the first Teen People three years prior – she was the wave! Two years after Galaxy Quest, […]
#MiamiArtWeek has been real. Miami, Miami Beach, South Beach…they all may be growing, evolving, challenging one another, as well as the environments surrounding them, not to mention its thousands of locals and visitors alike, but some things will never change. The future is nigh, though. Nah, the future is here, and thanks to the non-profit New […]
“It’s everyone’s museum.” So said Darlene Pérez, one half of the Miami power couple behind the leading Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), earlier today, when I ran into my fellow Florida International University Panther in the vestibule of the downtown museum. I had spent a bit o’ the morning checking out the comprehensive documentary exhibition of “Surrounded Islands,” […]
Much like Sarah Jessica Parker in 1995’s Miami Rhapsody, I look at Miami these days, and talk about how much it’s changed, and you know, how it’s always hot and how it’s always stormy, and how it’s, you know, how it’s occasionally a little dangerous…but you know…. Really, if it’s really so awful, why is […]
Last week, I answered one of Madonna’s tweets, and her Music has been playing at home ever since. No music, no fun. No fun, no life. Repeat it like a mantra.
Late last month I saw something on Twitter that made me sad. LOL. A darling friend from Miami – we went to see Madonna perform during one of the DVD nights of her “MDNA Tour” (so we tight) – was lamenting her teenaged son’s first day back in school, as she noted that Rudy Giuliani’s […]