Send in the Clown

Those astounding Cirque folks are at it again, and if you’ve never experienced the eye-catching, heart-pounding, knee-slapping combination of theater, acrobatics, comedy and mystique of a Cirque du Soleil production, you’re in for a treat. Cirque Corteo is a fantastical depiction of a clown who pictures his own funeral taking place in a carnival-like setting

Drop Your Anchor at B Ocean

The Wreck Bar, a Fort Lauderdale must-see since the 1950’s, recently unveiled a new Aqua-Burlesque show in response to increased demand from local patrons. This show is a co-ed combination of two of the Wreck Bar’s current favorite acts, the Aquamen and the MeduSirena Mermaid Show.  Sirens and Sailors features a series of underwater dances

Fun on the Fourth

The Lincoln Eatery 723 Lincoln Lane N., Miami Beach This modern food hall is unveiling its latest creation, Smoke’d, just in time for Independence Day. The first completely kosher smokehouse in Miami Beach, The Lincoln Eatery promises delicious Southern food with quality ingredients cooked to perfection. Enjoy delicious burgers, hot dogs, french fries and more

Celebrate National Bourbon Day at this Secret Bar

Seek and Find in Coral Gables boasts a prohibition-inspired bar and lounge tucked away on the second floor of the popular local restaurant. Celebrate National Bourbon Day in style with Room 25’s extensive specialty menu including, of course, the Old Fashioned cocktail with a twist made with Woodford Reserve bourbon and Angostura and Regan’s orange

Hidden Gems: South Florida Day Trips for the Art Lover

Morada Way Artwalk 151 Morada Way Islamorada, FL 33036 305.916.5521 moradaway.org Established in 2011, the Morada Way Arts and Cultural District is a six-block district marked by the Green Turtle Inn and the Hurricane Monument. The Artwalk was conceptualized as a time where residents and visitors alike can explore local artwork and restaurants and discover

The Diplomat

As impressive as The Diplomat Beach Resort’s $100 million transformation seems on paper, it’s nothing compared to the sights and experiences awaiting travelers at a property that encompasses more than 1.6 million square feet. Everything about the renovation—including reimagined guest rooms, world-class restaurant additions and a sprawling, visually striking lobby area—speaks to a level of

Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach

A cut above: Since opening in October, the Conrad quickly has distinguished itself as a sophisticated addition to the resort scene along State Road A1A, perfect for travelers looking for more of a boutique hotel experience. A sixth-floor Sky Deck covering more than 10,000 square feet seems destined to become one of the more popular

Seminole Hard Rock

As difficult as it might be for high rollers and penny-slot enthusiasts to steer clear of the gaming offered at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, there’s far more to the Hollywood-based complex than electronic craps, Diamond Lotto and Texas Hold ’em. Yes, the AAA Four Diamond-rated resort (1 Seminole Way, 866.502.7529, seminolehardrockhollywood.com) features table

New Place to Be

CityPlace Doral brings a central entertainment district to Miami-Dade A large, neon-lit fountain sparkles near the center of CityPlace Doral, delighting crowds with its programmed water shows. Everything about CityPlace Doral, from its sleek and modern design to its assortment of retail, dining and entertainment spaces, is striking. The highly anticipated mixed-use complex, created by

Hollywood Beach

When Joseph Wesley Young founded Hollywood, Florida, nearly a century ago, he envisioned a coastal city that could rival California’s glamorous counterpart. That vision included the Theater Under the Stars, a three-sided wooden bandshell that was destroyed during the 1926 hurricane (and years later rebuilt). Construction during that era also included the Hollywood Beach Hotel

Magic, Madness or Marvel?

Historic Coral Castle just might be a little bit of each The Coral Castle is the kind of place locals can pass dozens of times and never stop to visit. It always seems a little too kitschy, too old-fashioned, as if maybe it’s just another quirky sideshow on the long list of Florida’s infamous tourist