More and more of us are appreciating Sake with our Sushi. This fermented libation pairs so well with a multitude of foods but exceptionally well with the vast assortment of sushi that has become a staple in USA-Asian restaurants everywhere.  America is now the third largest importer of the intricately fermented beverage and as a nation we are finally acknowledging the complexity of the formidable liquid.

Read more: Sushi and Sake 101, A SPICY Love Affair

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Mary Brickell Village hosted a ‘green’ event recently.  On the agenda, the launch of FREEBEE electric cars.Mayor Tomas Regalado said, “This is really cool. Electric cars will move a lot of people. We’re looking forward to a greener Miami.  We’re looking forward to the future of Miami.”

Read more: It’s Electric!  Ride Freebee in Downtown Miami


You probably don’t know this and most food writers probably won’t readily admit to it, but…sometimes we find an unbeatable little restaurant that conjures up some good dishes and we really don’t want to write about it.  Not because it isn’t great.  Not because it isn’t affordable and delightful. But because if we let you know about this little diamond of a restaurant, you’ll follow our advice and go taste the yummies.  And where does that leave us?  Yearning for a table in our delicious treasure find,which will no longer be available because of you. It’s a tough call but… oh well.

Read more: A Food Writer’s Secret on the 79th St. Causeway in Miami

Performer from Cirque Zuma Zuma  Directions  Performer from Cirque Zuma Zuma

South Florida’s popular “Jungle”attraction has recently programmed a troop of 12 very talented African performers from Cirque Zuma Zuma.  Included in the price of admission, be prepared to enjoy well-rehearsed acrobatic entertainment as seen on the hit TV series, America’s Got Talent. Zuma performers will dazzle visitors with human pyramids, Zulu dancers, pole climbers, percussionists and high-powered music.  Each day, Jungle Island features impressive shows every 15 minutes starting at 2 p.m., and with a grand finale beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Parrot Bowl.

Read more: Jungle Island Announces ‘Africa Nights’ Summer Festival