Valentines Bliss 2/14/15

Valentines Bliss
Saturday, 02/14/2015 – 08:00 pm – 05:00 am
large_thumbclub bliss
Grand Central 697 North Miami Ave Miami, FL 33132,
miami, Florida 33132
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Rave the night away with all your sexy VIPBLISS.com friends! Everyone please follow theme and wear the colors of love. Coat check will be available for our female guests wearing scandalous and revealing attire. EDM compliments of the #BlissDJFam!

$250 Vodka & Champagne Bottle Package Available

Floppy Rooster’s 1 Year Anniversary 2/5/15

Floppy Rooster’s 1 Year Anniversary
Thursday, 02/05/2015 – 02/08/2015 09:00 pm – 05:00 am
huntervanceThe Floppy Rooster
7018 NW 72nd Street,
Miami, Florida 33166
Webpage Link
Cost: $5 before midnight $10 after

Our 1 year anniversary party is coming up, February 5th, 6th, & 7th! We’re offering open bar on a couple of the nights, sexy raffles, complimentary bites, fun giveaways, bottle service starting at $120, hunky shot boys with plenty of hard liquor, lots of local VIPs, and of course we’ll have special guest #HunterVance keeping the parties hot & steamy every single night!!! So, are you… COMING?

2015 Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE (SOBEWFF) 2/19/15 – 2/22/15

2015 Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE (SOBEWFF)
sobewffFebruary 19-22, 2015
All over Miami
Website & Tickets

The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE is pleased to announce its upcoming program of events. The 14th annual Festival, consists of more than 75 events during the four-day, star-studded gourmet gathering, featuring new parties and talent alongside a noticeable refresh of the Festival’s most signature tastings. As it has since its inception, the Festival benefits the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management’s Wine Spectator Restaurant Management Laboratory and Southern Wine & Spirits Beverage Management Center at Florida International University.

Fans will enjoy several new changes at the Festival’s signature Whole Foods Market Grand Tasting Village featuring MasterCard Grand Tasting Tents & KitchenAid® Culinary Demonstrations. The iconic white tents located beachside between 10th Street and 13th Street off of the historic Ocean Drive will feature more seating and shaded areas, live music and DJs, and free park-and-ride offerings from areas in downtown Miami. The Festival is also pleased to highlight a select group of South Florida’s top-tier culinary talent as the inaugural group of Culinary Captains, representing their respective neighborhoods inside the MasterCard Grand Tasting Tents.

Chefs at the forefront of this event include:
· Downtown Miami/Brickell/Key Biscayne: Aaron Brooks (EDGE Steak & Bar)
· Ft. Lauderdale: Peter Boulukos, The Restaurant People
· Midtown/MiMo: Timon Balloo, SUGARCANE Raw Bar & Grill
· Miami Beach: Jamie DeRosa, Tongue & Cheek
· North Miami Beach/Aventura/Sunny Isles: Tim Andriola, TIMO & Basil Park
· South Miami/Coral Gables/Doral: David Sears, SUSHISAMBA
· Palm Beach/Boca Raton/Delray: Larry LaValley, 3800 Ocean
· Wynwood/Design District: Michael Shikany, SHIKANY

The 2015 program also features more than 20 intimate dinner experiences throughout the weekend, highlighting revered culinary talent from around the world with exquisite wines, select spirits, and pairings from the Southern Wine & Spirits of Florida portfolio. The New York Times Dinner Series boasts an all-star line-up of chefs, including Amol Agarwal, Jimmy Bannos Jr., Aaron Brooks, Ashley Christensen, Ben Ford, Charles Gabriel, Linton Hopkins, JJ Johnson, Vikas Khanna, Jonathan Lane, Christopher Lee, and Marcus Samuelsson. Also part of this series is the Festival’s annual Tribute Dinner presented by Bank of America at Loews Miami Beach, the Festival’s host hotel. Hosted by Tribute Dinner Culinary Chairman José Andrés and Master of Ceremonies Harold McGee, the evening will honor the contributions of renowned Chef Juan Mari Arzak, the acclaimed pioneer of Basque cuisine and the president and CEO of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Ted Baseler, to the hospitality industry.

Those looking to deepen their knowledge of wines, spirits and beer will enjoy the vast array of offerings that are part of this year’s Wine Spectator Wine Seminars and Bank of America Lifestyle Seminars. The beverage prowess of Miami Herald and Miami.com Food Editor Evan Benn, mixologist Francesco Lafranconi, top editors from Wine Spectator, as well as authors and authorities Anthony Giglio and Joshua Wesson are sure to entertain and inspire the palates of attendees.

The Festival is also excited to showcase a variety of late-night soirées throughout the weekend, such as:
· Tacos After Dark hosted by Aaron Sanchez
· Mix It Up with Morimoto & Friends
· Frost: A Sprinkles Wonderland hosted by Candace Nelson
· The Art of Tiki: A Cocktail Showdown hosted by Emeril Lagasse
· Cigars & Spirits
· Medianoches & Mixology hosted by Alex Guarnaschelli
· Death by Chocolate: A Dessert Party hosted by Dominique Ansel
· Bobby Flay’s Caribbean Heat

More iconic tastings, afternoon parties, and even the Festival’s first event welcoming your four-legged friends at Yappie Hour presented by BarkBox hosted by Rachael Ray, round out the 2015 Festival program.

“This is surely a year that our loyal fans will do a double-take at the program and new attendees will find plenty of events to choose from,” predicts Festival Founder & Director Lee Brian Schrager, who also serves as Vice President of Corporate Communications & National Events at Southern Wine & Spirits of America, Inc. “We have made significant changes to upgrade the experience at our signature Whole Foods Market Grand Tasting Village and are taking our beloved event, The Q, to the next level by partnering with Meatopia.”

The Festival kicks off on Thursday, February 19 with Ronzoni Pasta’s 100th Anniversary Seaside Spaghetti Soirée sponsored by MIAMI magazine hosted by Debi Mazar & Gabriele Corcos, a celebration of pasta and all forms of Italian-American cuisine under the Festival’s signature white tents in the sand behind South Beach’s iconic Delano. These same sparkling white sands will be the foundation for the brand new version of the Festival’s treasured celebration of all things grilled, braised and barbecued as Meatopia: The Q Revolution presented by Creekstone Farms hosted by Guy Fieri curated by Josh Ozersky on Saturday, February 21.

The Festival is taking significant strides in 2015 to upgrade its landmark Whole Foods Market Grand Tasting Village featuring MasterCard Grand Tasting Tents & KitchenAid® Culinary Demonstrations. While enjoying samplings from a seemingly endless variety of restaurants and wine and spirits brands from the Southern Wine & Spirits of Florida portfolio, attendees will notice key advancements to the beachside venue which spans from 10th Street to 13th Street off Ocean Drive. Changes include more seating and shaded areas, live music and DJs, select ‘park and ride’ offerings (at no additional cost), and the introduction of chef Culinary Captains who will represent cohorts of chefs from various neighborhoods throughout South Florida.

New events taking place throughout the 2015 Festival include:
Poolside Paella Party hosted by José Andrés
Tacos After Dark hosted by Aarón Sánchez
Empanada & Wine Happy Hour
A rooftop ice cream and chocolate party with Candace Nelson of the Beverly Hills based Sprinkles Cupcakes, who is known for catching the taste buds of celebrities like Oprah Winfrey
Tribute to the resurgence of tiki culture mixology during a late-night, poolside bartender competition hosted by Emeril Lagasse
A late-night spiced up soirée centered around Caribbean-jerk hosted by cookbook author, chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay
Dessert done South Beach-style by modern day Willy Wonka and Cronut™ inventor Dominique Ansel
Plus an unprecedented series of intimate and unique dinner experiences featuring world-renowned culinary talent!

Fan favorite events such as the Amstel Light Burger Bash presented by Schweid & Sons hosted by Rachael Ray, Fontainebleau Miami Beach presents Wine Spectator’s Best of the Best sponsored by Bank of America & Merrill Lynch, Fun and Fit as a Family featuring Goya Kidz Kitchen, YogArt presents Buddhas and Bellinis, Bank of America Lifestyle Seminars, Wine Spectator Wine Seminars, Goya Foods’ Swine & Wine hosted by Marc Forgione, and more will return, sure to satiate every type of budget and palate.

Loews Miami Beach, the Festival’s host hotel, will again host the annual Tribute Dinner sponsored by Bank of America; part of The New York Times Dinner Series. The 2015 Festival will honor Chef Juan Mari Arzak, the acclaimed pioneer of Basque cuisine, and Ted Baseler, president and CEO of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates.

Deva Presence Book & Album Release 1/30/15

Deva Presence Book & Album Release
Friday, 01/30/2015 – 01/30/2015 06:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Deva-PresenceLMNT
59 NW 36th ST,
Miami, Florida 33127
Facebook Link
Cost: Free

FREE CONCERT, PERFORMANCE ART, PERMACULTURE AND WORLD TRAVELING BOOK EVENT!

NEW ALBUM – in ABUNDANCE
The emergence of global music!

NEW BOOK – REAP, SOW, GROW
“An epic world journey expanding the eco-movement and my soul in the process.”

For VIP passes go to Energetic Planet Event Page:
http://energeticplanet.com/love.asp?a=940&eventID=579&recommend=529&sharing=algbinffyr

When:
Friday, Jan 30th, 2015
6pm to 11pm

Where:
LMNT Arts Miami
59 NW 36th Street
Miami, Florida 33127

Come to Déva Presence’s live performance and book signing celebration. Three years in the making, his book, “Reap, Sow, Grow” and album, “in ABUNDANCE” come to life at this creative community event.

The concert features the musical sounds of Déva Presence, Paloma Devi and the band. Vendors, artists, performers and healers gather to offer South Florida an interactive experience.

This is a family Event – No drinking, no drugs, no smoking. It’s not about losing yourself, it’ s about finding yourself. ☺

With RSVP, this is a complimentary event for those who like and follow Déva’s social pages and share the event.
•Twitter / Instagram: @devapresence, #devapresence
•Facebook: Déva Presence (page)

Event Schedule:

6pm: Enjoy Live performances and dance to the jamming DJ Ephniko Dialecto. Healthy food vendors and local artisans also share their talents.

6:30pm: CD/Book Release Invocation. Let’s come together, meditate and set intentions for this book and CD to help create a greater world.

8pm: Book and CD signing: Learn what inspired Déva to create his memoir and music

8:30pm: Performance by Unity is Change (Unidad es Cambio) with featured guest Miguel Antonio Fleischauer

9:30pm: DJ’s and fire spinning and other performance art

10pm: Déva Presence and Michelle Paloma Devi live in concert

Contact:
Déva Presence
954-856-3775
[email protected]
http://www.devapresence.com/
http://www.permaculturemiami.com/

Vendor Registration Contact:
[email protected]

Pleasure & Intimacy (an introductory experience) 2/18/15

Pleasure & Intimacy (an introductory experience)
Wednesday, 02/18/2015 – 06:30 pm – 09:30 pm
pleasureintimacybannerMiami Dance Studio
222 NE 24 Street, Unit 102,
Miami, Florida 33137
Eventbrite Link
Cost: 95

If surrender, and being fully present in your body during sex and intimacy, and being able to ask for what you want and receive a man, and being able to tune into and know a woman’s body like a magician is of supreme value to you, this is a unique and intimate experience that will cultivate your skills and richen your real-world experiences.

Higher Frequency #SpreadLove Event 2/11/15

Higher Frequency #SpreadLove Event
Wednesday, 02/11/2015 – 08:00 pm – 12:00 am
TTFLThe Villa Lounge
19501 NW 2nd Ave.,
Miami, Florida 33169
Facebook Link
Cost: $11

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The 11th of EVERY MONTH
Please Join us Wednesday, February 11th, 2015; Higher Frequency #SpreadLove Event

Capture the frequency with us as we transmute, transform, and transmit higher vibrations through South Florida’s Most inspired musicians and poetically inclined artists who will take to the mic to communicate, share & and In-lighten. This event is for guests to explore a psyche enhancement experience through artistic expressions fitting for the OPEN MINDs. The message of Higher Frequency is one of positive promotion and uniting others to do the same through 4MK #SpreadLove global campaign. An outlet created to vibrate with the artistic community with some of Miami’s most creative underground network of local artists from emcees, singers, poets, artists, designers and more. Unique in its own right, this event is dedicated to giving back to the community and participating in charitable causes and activities globally.

Through 4MK’s #SpreadLove campaign, THIS MONTH, Hosted by Miss Universe Jamaica 2012, Higher Frequency will fund raise for TRENCH TOWN FOR LIFE, a program that is now raising funds to build a new library in Boys Town School in Jamaica to help inspire the youth to read. With the contribution of Sunshine Youth Foundation founded by Miss Universe Jamaica 2012, Chantal Zaky; these young leaders in Trench Town will be In-lightened through the wisdom, knowledge and hearts shared through local supporters, ultimately reaching Global recognition. Higher Frequency will do its part by spreading awareness on Trench Town For Life, rising the love frequency for the youth in Jamaica, and raising funds for the much needed library in Boys Town School. During this coming 11th of the month, we ask for local South Floridians to come and join us as we celebrate love for the youth by donating to Trench Town For Life to help reach their goal of $9,000 for the library project which includes the costs to treat the space for termites, clean out, renovate, decorate, and equip the library space, as well as ship book donations from the UK and USA to Jamaica.

During the event, guests will have the privilege of participating in our raffle to win gifts from our local sponsors. 100% of the proceeds will go to aiding Trench Town For Life.

It’s a pleasure to invite you to join Trench Town For Life for their 2015 Library Drive benefiting Boys Town School in Kingston, Jamaica. The children who attend the school range from age 4, right up to 14 years old, however they do not have adequate reading materials, nor do they have a library on site. As a result, less than 50% of the school’s students meet the national literacy standard. Therefore, the establishment of an on site library is imperative and will certainly impact the faculty, students and community in a significant way. This effort is born from the philosophy that all leaders are avid readers, and the world community must invest in and continue to develop tomorrow’s leaders, today.
www.forlifeinc.org/trenchtownforlife
Facebook: www.facebook.com/trenchtown4life

Go Fund TTFL: http://www.gofundme.com/909xmg

8pm at The Villa Lounge
19501 NW 2nd. Ave. Miami, FL. 33169

about Trench Town For Life:
The core mission of Trench Town For Life (TTFL) is to eliminate specific obstacles which hinder access to education for children living in Trench Town, in Kingston, Jamaica. TTFL aims to empower the families of Trench Town by aiding as a support arm in the areas of health and education. The goal is to keep the youth in school while giving them the fuel for a young body and brain needs to learn.

about Sunshine Youth Foundation:
A non-profit organization serving as a resource for economic development through unique mentoring and resourceful programs which seek to increase positive influence in the lives of today’s children. We are dedicated to the empowerment of our youth through the encouragement of education, creative expression, and sportsmanship. Our goal is to rehabilitate and strengthen the community by nurturing the potential of children, promoting healthy living, and fostering social responsibility.

food trucks Tuesdays 1/20/15

food trucks Tuesdays
Tuesday, 01/20/2015 – 05:00 pm – 10:00 pm
HAULOVER3haulover beach
10800 Collins ave,
miami, Florida 33154
Eventbrite Link
Cost: free

Come and join us on every Tuesdays at haulover beach party from 5pm to 10pm.

ALSO>>>
mark your calendar on fed/17/15.

Haulover beach 10800 Collins Ave 33154.

we are having a great family event of Latin music dance and preforms. And food trucks party.

This event is open to the public bring chairs and blankets and join us for great evening of music at the park.

Bounce houses, train ride, and much more.