How old were you when you lost your virginity? I waited so long to have sex, my friends nicknamed me the “last American virgin” in high school. As one of the few non-Catholics at an all-girls school, I assumed it was my lack of religion slowing me down. But as I recently learned in a [...]
Archive for May, 2010
Bump It Up: Transform Your Pregnancy Into the Ultimate Style Statement Style-starved preggos, hunger no more: The sustenance you seek can be found in the pages of Bump It Up, by Amy Tara Koch. Bump It Up is an easy read filled with witty prose and expert advice from fashion industry insiders, designers and editors. [...]
Friday, July 2 Sting will hit South Florida this summer for aone-man concert called Sting with strings. The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by Steven Mercurio will help Sting recast all his most celebrated police hits like Roxanne, Next To You, Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic and Every Breath You Take.
The Spoonies, an exclusive luncheon group who have been known to wield many a wooden spoon, meet once-a-month for festive, themed lunches. The ladies, whose founder was the charming Lady Annalee Porter, have formed a unique and special bond. Each year the group plan an out-of-this world trip to reek havoc in foreign ports. This [...]
The Men’s Club of Douglas Gardens will host its annual Man of the Year Luncheon at the Ruby Auditorium on the Douglas Gardens campus. The event will honor a local couple that has continuously given their time and energy to the Home. Herbert Hillsberg was unanimously selected by the Men’s Club to receive its Man [...]
The always glamorous socialite Rita Morgan held a sumptuous dinner party at Nando’s Restaurant and Piano Bar in Hallandale. As those within Rita’s inner circle know, she loves to dance and dance she did, leading the way for most of the evening. Party revelers included Reggie Armstrong, Dempsey Limbaugh, Pat Rice, Gerry Gale, Bill Mathay, [...]
May Is Miami Museum Month — What Are You Waiting For? Keen-minded Miamians know all about our world-class museums, and the even keener-minded among us know they only begin with MAM and MOCA. Indeed, in addition to downtown’s flagship Miami Art Museum (soon to take its place alongside Biscayne Bay) and North Miami’s Museum of [...]
Skullduggery abounds. Did you know that Miami Beach is about to get gambling? Maybe not the kind that’ll attract the Rat Pack or professional cardsharps, no, but your grandmother for sure, the way a flame draws moths. What kind of gambling is this, you ask? Bingo! And when is Bingo not just Bingo? When the [...]
Some may say that it was never gone, but for those of us that are true warm blooded animals, the month of May marks the beginning of boating for Miamians. Although the water is still a bit chilly (to our standards), I am soooo happy that cold and very long winter spell is behind us! [...]
Man, do I dig it when a plan comes together. When that plan wasn’t even a plan to begin with and it comes together by accident, well, hell, that’s even more diggable.
Last week’s issue of Newsweek sports Texas Gov. Rick Perry (“Governor Goodhair” to his detractors) on the cover, big bold letters blazoned across his business suit: DON’T MESS WITH TEXAS. Don’t know about you, but I’d like to see Texas messed with just once, if only to shut them up from using that damned infernal [...]