Come celebrate Brazilian Independence Day on Friday, September 7th, 2012 and enjoy Brazilian inspired food and drink specials at SUSHISAMBA. Whatâ€™s more, stop by SUSHISAMBA dromo, strip and 7 for live entertainment starting at 9:00PM. Brazil became an independent country on September 7, 1822, following three centuries of Portuguese hegemony. As the largest country in South America, Brazil is now considered a regional leader and South Americaâ€™s most prominent economic power. Vast natural resources and a large labor pool contribute to the countryâ€™s industrial and agricultural growth trajectory. The country comes alive with parades, dancing and singing as Brazilians gather in the streets waving balloons, the national flag, streamers and banners to inaugurate this important holiday.
SeptemberÂ 16 â€“ 20, 12pm-3pmÂ – Smith and Wollensky, 1 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Expand your knowledge of “Wine & Wisdom” at Smith and Wollensky’s 53rd Wine Week. Sample 10 of their daily featured premium wines for $20 with the purchase of anyÂ lunch entrÃ©e. Make your reservations now because they always get fully booked. CLICK HERE FOR […]
Saturday, April 16, 6pm-9pm – Williams McCall Gallery, 110 Washington Avenue, CU-3, Miami Beach The Williams McCall Gallery will host the opening reception of Expanse 3.0. Participating artists are Emil Bodourov, Debbie Carfagno, Rolande Cicurel, Alfredo Garcia, Claire Kowalewski, Roxanne Layton, Nicole Martin, David McCauley, Amy Musto, Beatricia Sagar and Maitesojune Urrechaga. The exhibition will […]
May 11 & 12, 12-4pm -Â Museum of Discovery and Science,Â 401 S.W. Second Street, Fort Lauderdale The Museum of Discovery and Science will host its 2nd Annual Asian-Pacific American Heritage Celebration where you can explore the culture, traditions and history of these countries and their people. Special presentations and demonstrations will take you on a journey […]