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The Cabaret South Beach
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SOUTH BEACH LIVE MUSIC VENUE!
The Cabaret South Beach!

The Cabaret is a piano bar and live music venue in South Beach. They are open 7 days a week with live music every night starting at 8pm!

The staff is "The Cast" of entertainers that will perform for you during their shift.

The Cabaret South Beach
233 12th Street Miami Beach, FL 33139
www.thecabaretsouthbeach.com




The Cabaret South Beach
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Coco Peru "Have You Heard?"

The Cabaret South Beach presents Miss Coco Peru in "Have You Heard?" on Friday, April 10th at 8pm.

Coco will perform some of her favorite monologues and songs spanning her long career, as well as some brand new material. Storyteller/monologist Miss Coco Peru aka Clinton Leupp got her/his start as a downtown favorite in the cabaret world of NY after he wrote, produced, directed, and starred in his first show "Miss Coco Peru in My Goddamn Cabaret" over 20 years ago.

Since then, he was seen in Jim Fall's feature film, "trick" (Sundance 1999) and Richard Day's "Girls Will Be Girls." (Sundance 2002) For this film Coco shared the Best Actress Award with his two co-stars at the HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen as well as the Best Actor Award at LA''s Outfest Film Festival. Other film appearances include "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar," "Nick and Jane," and "Straight-Jacket." Coco has appeared on TV in two stand-up comedy specials on LOGO: "Wisecrack" and "Dragtastic," "How I Met Your Mother," "Arrested Development," "Twins," "Will and Grace," "New York Undercover," "Detroit 187," several Bravo reality and clip shows, and in an Orbitz commercial that was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award.

The Cabaret South Beach
233 12th Street Miami Beach, FL 33139
PURCHASE TICKETS:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1331462







Renovated, reborn Shelborne ready to reopen on Miami Beach
Nearly three years after it got a facelift, the historic Shelborne on South Beach will reopen Wednesday following a full-body transformation.
The $90 million project touched just about every part of the 200-room property, now the Shelborne Wyndham Grand, at 1801 Collins Ave.
Upgrades include a new high-profile restaurant, Morimoto South Beach; completely redone guest rooms; an apothecary-themed “drawing room” where the historic lobby once stood; a transformed entrance; more meeting space, and a new spa. www.miamiherald.com

SunPass debuts on causeways to Key Biscayne, Miami Beach
Drivers will no longer be scrounging for change to cross two bridges to Key Biscayne and Miami Beach.
Electronic tolling is scheduled to debut at 10 p.m. Tuesday on the Rickenbacker and Venetian causeways. Vehicles without SunPass transponders will by tolled by their license plate, at a higher rate per trip. Old C-Pass transponders will no longer be accepted. www.miamiherald.com

In memory of Hinmahtooy​ah Joseph Lopresti Shaman
We are sad to report the loss of a member of our community. Please find the details for his Memorial Service below.
Memorial services for Hinmahtooyah
September 13th 2014 @6pm
13th Street Beach and Ocean Drive
We welcome all to attend.
After service, we will all gather for refreshments at the Front Porch Cafe 1458 Ocean Drive.

RIP Olya Holumbovska
We need to ask for support to raise funds for Olya's family to come to the U.S. so they can arrange all for their loving daughter. Pls donate any amount you can. Click on fundraiser details! - See more at: http://www.youcaring.com/memorial-fundraiser/olya-holumbovska-memorial-fund/227599

Miami Beach reopens South Pointe Pier
After two years and $4.8 million, the South Pointe Park Pier has opened at the southern end of Miami Beach.
The city has replaced a pier built in 1979 that was condemned in 2004 after significant deterioration. Construction on the new pier began in early 2013.The new pier features an entrance by renowned artist Tobias Rehberger, a piece commissioned through the Miami Beach Art in Public Places project.
Work on the new, 450-foot-long pier began with the careful relocation of coral that lived under the old structure. www.miamiherald.com

Lincoln Lane Building (721, Laundry Bar, Boca, Tanning, Tacotento, BioScrip Pharmacy) To Be Demolished, Replaced With Modern Retail Center
Terranova Corp. is planning to demolish a building at 723 Lincoln Lane N. and replace it with a three-story retail building.
The new building will include 44,792 square feet of retail space along with a 5,200 square foot roof deck. Five tenants are envisioned on the first floor, with one of the tenants also occupying both the second and third floors, to be connected by escalators and elevators. www.exmiami.org

Retail buildings on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road sell for record $342 million
The biggest property sale on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road — and one of the highest-priced deals in South Florida history — is in the works, as the South Florida real estate market continues to soar.
Miami Beach-based Terranova Corp., and investment partner Acadia Realty Trust, the largest property owners on Lincoln Road, have agreed to sell their six-building portfolio on Lincoln Road for $342 million. The information was disclosed in Acadia’s recent earnings release and conference call with Wall Street analysts. The buyer has not yet been named. www.miamiherald.com

Latest Ocean Drive Plan Would Eliminate Sidewalk Cafe Obstacle Course
Walking down the western sidewalk of Ocean Drive isn't so much a leisurely stroll as it is a maneuver through the middle of a never-ending string of crowded restaurants.
That's why Miami Beach commissioners are considering a way to eliminate the cramped atmosphere while preserving the strip's cafe culture. According to Miami Today, the latest plan calls for widening the sidewalk to 21.5 feet from 14.5 feet and limiting outside tables to the first 10 feet. Though, this would mean knocking two feet off of Lummus Park and narrowing the traffic lanes. www.miaminewtimes.com

Miami Beach Edition Hotel, Bowling Alley & Ice Rink Set For November Opening
Ian Schrager and Marriot’s Edition Hotel in Miami Beach is now accepting reservations for January 2015, although the hotel could open as soon as November.
Edition claims to have the ‘largest private beachfront’ of any hotel in the city. It will also include an ice skating rink, bowling alley and nightclub. www.exmiami.org

Jerry's Famous Deli on South Beach is now closed
"After 14 successful years on South Beach, Jerry's Famous Deli has decided to close our doors. Our initial lease was up and there was interest from another company who wanted the space. Thank you to all of our customers, staff and friends who have made the last 14 years so amazing. Jerry's Famous Deli continues in California, so please visit us there."
Jason Starkman, owner, Jerry's Famous Deli www.miami.com

Miami Beach lifeguard stands to be taken down, replaced
Alongside the white sand and sparkling surf of Miami Beach sits 29 colorful lifeguard stands. Many of them are iconic, inspiring books, T-shirts, keychains, postcards and posters.
Miami Beach officials said by next year they'll be taken down and replaced. www.local10.com

ArtCenter/South Florida Is Selling Its Iconic Lincoln Road Gallery Building
It's hard to imagine a cultural organization with an historic presence on South Beach letting go of a property that draws untold thousands of local and international visitors each year.
But that's what's happening with ArtCenter/South Florida which has today listed its 800-810 Lincoln Road building for sale to provide the organization with greater resources to expand its programming and services in the coming years. www.miaminewtimes.com

New Owner Of Lincoln Road Property Plans Renovation
New York's Centurion Realty is proposing a face lift for a Lincoln Road retail center.
Centurion, managed by Ralph Tawil, bought the 10,261 SF building at 643-657 Lincoln Road earlier this year for $33 million.
Beilinson Gomez is the architect. Miami Beach’s Historic Preservation Board will review the plans next month. www.exmiami.org

25 New Restaurants to Try in the Miami Area
With all the new restaurant openings popping up in the last few months, it might be hard to keep track. Here's a roundup of the most notable recent openings. The restaurants are listed with the newest openings at the top of the slide show - and we'll continue to update this list periodically as additional eateries are unveiled. www.zagat.com

New Owner Of Lincoln Road Property Plans Renovation
New York's Centurion Realty is proposing a face lift for a Lincoln Road retail center.
Centurion, managed by Ralph Tawil, bought the 10,261 SF building at 643-657 Lincoln Road earlier this year for $33 million.
Beilinson Gomez is the architect. Miami Beach’s Historic Preservation Board will review the plans next month. www.exmiami.org

A new era for the evolving Lincoln Road
Stroll down Lincoln Road and, as you shop, dine and people-watch, you'll find an urban metamorphosis taking shape.
New York-based institutional investors are buying up properties at record prices, and tenant rents are skyrocketing. Major national and international retailers are setting up shop, with a huge, two-story Gap store about to open on Friday, and Athleta and Intermix alongside it. New sites are under construction for Apple and Zara. Soon, Lululemon will open, as will Zadig & Voltaire and Kiko Milano, an Italian cosmetics brand. Bebe, Kiehl's and Melissa Shoes will move to new spots. And more eateries will emerge, like the Las Vegas-based Sugar Factory and the Argentine gelateria Freddo, while Ladurée, the fancy French macaron shop, will add an ice cream and champagne bar with outdoor seating. www.miamiherald.com


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Winter Party - March 4th-9th
Winter Party Festival is an iconic six-day celebration of LGBTQ people – diverse people from all over the globe – who come together to learn, live, love, laugh and forge lifelong relationships. Back in 1994, our founders kicked up their heels and invited the LGBTQ community to party on the sands of South Beach. More than twenty years later, under the leadership of the National LGBTQ Task Force, that one annual party on the beach has become what’s now known as Winter Party Festival. www.winterparty.com




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