It wasn't just the glass that sparkled on Tuesday, February 6 at the kick-off party for the Year of Glass at the Myrna and Sheldon Palley Pavilion at the Lowe Art Museum. Myrna and Sheldon beamed with happiness as they welcomed nearly 350 family and friends – many of whom came from all over the United States and Canada – to share their life's passion: their glass collection. Milling about, celebrating Myrna and Sheldon, dazzled by the glass works of more than 50 artists were Therman Statom, Mary van Cline, Jenna Efrain, and J. Tomás Lopez.
The Palleys donated their 40-plus-year collection of studio art glass to the Lowe at the University of Miami for the entire community to enjoy...
Pictured: Lisa Palley, Myrna & Sheldon Palley, Donna & Alyssa Kass
Finding, Without Looking, the Best Fried Chicken!
My former favorite fried chicken, which it still is in Miami, going head to head with my new-found sensation at The Rez Grill, is Joe's Stone Crab's, Miami Beach's legendary one.
Who eats chicken at Joe's? Lots of people do...
9th Annual Tour of Kitchens in Coral Gables
The Coral Gables Community Foundation's 9th Annual Tour of Kitchens, presented by INFINITI of Coral Gables, hosted more than 700 foodies, home-design enthusiasts and architecture admirers. Guests began with mimosas and breakfast at INFINITI of Coral Gables before touring The City Beautiful's finest kitchens and homes.
Faena Theater Welcomes Sensatia
If you're looking to spice up your usual nightlife routine, Sensatia is the answer. In collaboration with the experimental global performance group Quixotic, Faena Theater welcomes guests to join them for a one of a kind, multisensory experience on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
Combine Cirque du Soleil with a splash of burlesque and you have a pretty clear picture of Faena's enthralling new Cirque Cabaret.
Up On Your Toes at the Arsht Center
Forget Dancing with the Stars! If you want to see real A-list professional dance stars performing -- dance (pardon the pun) on over to the Arsht Center in the next few weeks for fabulous dance programs – one for everyone's taste whether it is classic, modern, bold, comedic - or anything in between.
Start your adventure by attending the L.A. Dance Project on February 16. The group will present a bold and dynamic performance hailed by the New York Times as unexpected and feeling "serendipitously right." The performance is a triple bill including a world premiere ballet by Benjamin Millepied, choreographer of the film The Black Swan and founding artistic director of L.A. Dance Project. Not to be missed!