TigerDirect Tech Bash 2012Tuesday, November 20, 8-11pm – The Moore Building, 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami Design District

TigerDirect.com, a retailer specializing in consumer electronics, technology products and computer services, and Intel®, a world leader in computing innovation, hosted a memorable evening of innovation, emerging technology and interactive entertainment at the historic Moore Building in the Design District on Tuesday, November 20, 2012. Bound to change the way we use and interact with our personal digital devices, TigerDirect.com and Intel® have created a full-fledged party celebrating the touch, play and imaginative nature of the new generation of products featuring Microsoft’s groundbreaking Windows 8 operating system. The event took place on 4 floors, each one boasting interactive games and features topped with complimentary food & cocktails and music by the Miami Dolphin’s DJ Supersede.

Judith Acosta Art and Fashion ShowTuesday, November 20, 7pm – Biltmore Hotel, 1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables

You are invited to a Judith Acosta Art and Fashion Show. Join for a night of wonderful art, wine and appetizers. Free for members and $25 for non-members.

 

 

Autumn Wine Tastings with Wine WatchTuesday, November 6 & 20, 7-9pm – Edge Steak & Bar, 1435 Brickell Avenue, Miami Brickell

Join the premiere wine store of South Florida, Wine Watch, while owner Andy hosts a dynamic, informative wine tasting with a two-course pairing by Four Seasons Executive Chef Aaron Brooks. Tuesday, October 16th’s class will be about German and Austrian wines, which Andy says are two of the world’s most misunderstood fine wine regions of today. Chef Brooks has created a paired menu to enjoy along with the wines. Cost is $35 per person.

Reservations: edge@edgesteakandbar or 305-381-3190

Flywheel Sports & Popchips Charity RideTuesday, November 20, 7pm – Flywheel Sports, 1919 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach

Looking to ride with your favorite Miami Dolphins and for a great cause? Sign up to ride with Brian Hartline and Jared Odrick as popchips and Flywheel Sports Miami have teamed up to benefit Feeding South Florida. Minimun donation is $50 to reserve your bike.

RSVP: dana@FlywheelSports.com

5th Annual "Giving Thanks" Fundraising Concert at The Green RoomTuesday, November 20, 7-10pm – Green Room Nightclub, 109 SW 2nd Ave, Fort Lauderdale

Barefoot Elves’ host the 5th Annual “Giving Thanks” fund-raising concert, with all proceeds to benefit KID. Awesome performances by the JD Danner Band, The Circle Of Trust, and then The Ultimate Eagles Tribute Band – The Long Run will rock you into the night. $10 Entry plus a minimum of 1 canned good for single admission. You may purchase tickets, become a sponsor or make a donation to KID online.

CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS

November Networker with Luly BTuesday, November 20, 6:30-9pm - La Jolla Ballroom, 301 Alcazar Avenue, Coral Gables

Come out to the Gables  for the  “November Networker” and to celebrate the launch of LulyB.com. This is a FREE event but you Must RSVP. Don’t forget your business cards, and a smile of course. Complimentary appetizers provided by Deliver Lean.

 CLICK HERE TO RSVP

Aesthetic Perfection Opening Reception at O. Ascanio GalleryTuesday, November 20, 6:30pm – O. Ascanio Gallery, 2600 NW Second Avenue, Miami Wynwood Arts District

O. Ascanio Gallery in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District will have an opening reception for Aesthetic Perfection at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 20. The collective exhibit, which runs from November 20 – December 31, 2012, features the works of established and emerging artists in a variety of media.For his Art Basel-inspired exhibit, gallery owner Oscar Ascanio looks to attract art aficionados and collectors from around the globe by showing the works of Op and Kinetic art masters and newer artists who are exploring and transforming the world of contemporary arts. The twelve featured artists are: Jesus Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Alejandro Otero, Victor Vasarely, Bernar Venet, Agostino Bonalumi, Victor Lucena, Hester, Jorge Blanco, Carlos Cabeza, Nanin and Francisco Salazar.