Summer's right around the corner, and SocialMiami's 2016 Summer Camp Guide is loaded with unique and fun ideas for kids of all ages. From sports to science, exploring nature to performing arts, modeling to music - you'll find just the right camp for your child!
Carl Hiaasen and Tim Chapman at Opening Night of “Newsman” Exhibition
It was a night full of incredible storytelling at the HistoryMiami Museum as legendary author Carl Hiaasen joined famed photojournalist Tim Chapman on stage for the opening night of Newsman: The Photojournalism of Tim Chapman. A sold out crowd, including Senator Bob Graham, former Newspaper editors, and influential journalists from across the globe, packed into the theatre of the Museum in downtown Miami to hear the two newsman tell tales of covering the Magic City. Director and Producer Billy Corbin sat in the front row, and joined Chapman and Hiaasen on stage as they discussed the wild days of the Cocaine Cowboys era of Miami.
Michele Oka Doner Event @ Louver House
Louver House, a South of Fifth residential project, hosted Michele Oka Doner to share her artistic vision for the property, for which she is creating a custom bronze table, benches wrapped in marble and an accompanying centerpiece. The evening was an intimate affair highlighting the level of sophistication coming to South of Fifth. Property renderings were on view, giving guests a comprehensive look at the unique 12-residence property. Guests were also able to speak with Michele, view her sculpture on display and get a signed copy of her latest book, Into the Mysterium. In attendance were the CEO of Mast Capital, Camilo Miguel Jr, and top brokers for ONE Sotheby’s.
Pictured: Macarena Gomez, Eddie Otero, Michele Oka Doner, Camilo Miguel Jr, Anna Sherrill, Alan Araujo, & Daniel De La Vega
Broadway in Fort Lauderdale’s 2016-17 Season Sneak Peek
Broadway in Fort Lauderdale and the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, now celebrating its 25th Anniversary season, invited Broadway Across America Season Ticket Holders for a sneak peek of next season's dynamite line-up of Broadway musicals. Rod Hagwood of the Sun Sentinel and SouthFlorida.com served as emcee for the on-stage preview that featured lively excerpts from the shows.
Pictured: Eric Sciotto performing Hard to be the Bard from Something Rotten!
Doc Severinsen Performs At Pinecrest Garden’s Jazz Season
Hereeeee's Johnny! - that lead-in, followed by a big band trumpet blast, was the landmark of late night television for three decades. The "Johnny" was Johnny Carson; the announcer Ed McMahon; and the bandleader was the great Doc Severinsen.
A Grammy Award-winner, Severinsen has made more than 30 albums - ranging from big band to jazz fusion to classical. Today Doc has not lost his flair for the outrageous fashion statement or his trademark wit.
Severinsen closes out Pinecrest Gardens' monthly concert series with his performance on April 9th at 8 p.m.