In a way, Steven Van Zandt wishes he could be in two places.
Many stages go dark during the spring and summer, but others light up with theater festivals.
The Hollen & Jen Showroom staged a runway show filled with old-fashioned romance recently at the Sagamore Hotel in Miami Beach. Spring and summer vintage couture from top designer labels such as Pucci, Cardin, Ungaro and Chanel were introduced by "love fairy" and relationship expert Maya...
Aaaahhh, Serena and Venus Williams.
For students, summertime can mean throwing down the books and taking up the stage.
A Cher - of sorts - will entertain during the drag races at Lips in Oakland Park.
Rare are fashion events for men.
"Memphis" has come to Miami, and it is mostly a good thing.
I think it's some sort of conspiracy.
Glance at the poster or the program for "War Horse" as you go in to see the play at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
Avi Hoffman is Jewish. Still.
Just in time for Mother's Day....a gift bazaar and fashion show at the Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS) in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
You can tell looking at the designs of jewelery designer Charles Krypell that he was a sculptor first.
If you were born between 1946 and 1964 then you are a Baby Boomer and you may sometimes feel that with the exception of Chico's and Jos. A Bank stores, there's not a a lot at the mall catering precisely to you.
Both of the Frazier sisters say they have loved makeup their whole lives.
As the keyboardist for Bon Jovi, David Bryan knows plenty about rock music.
With fashion as dramatic as the story, Florida Grand Opera's production of "La Traviata" comes to Broward Center May 2 - 5. To order tickets, go to FGO.org
Michael Morpurgo, author of one of the hottest literary properties ever, sat unrecognized as he had breakfast at the Riverside Hotel on Las Olas back in January 2012.
Modeling Camp Miami is returning for its second summer June 25 - 28 at The Alexander All-Suite Oceanfront...
Nigel Barker - that sauve photographer that used to be on Tyra Banks' "Top Model" and is now on Naomi Campbell's "The Face" - is going all "RAW" on us.
The Beaux Arts raises money for The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale. The latest fashioney fundraiser is called "Havana Nights" and will take place poolside at the Fort Lauderdale Hilton Beach Resort from 7 to 10 p.m. this Saturday, April 27.
Fashion without borders, that's what I believe in.
How would you like your luxe nuptials paid for completely?
Purely from a fashion point of view - and I fully acknowledge that designer runways are not the point here - the Miami Dolphins have picked the worst time imaginable to get rid of all that orange in their new uniforms.
"I can't wait to get to Fort Lauderdale," choreographer Trey McIntyre moans. "I love it so much. I love the beaches. I'm so happy just kayaking and exploring the canals there. I’m so tired of winter weather."
Let's say you're a lesbian and you're looking to start a family.
Celebrity jewelry designer Jennifer Zeuner - Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Alessandra Ambrosio - will host a trunk show party at
She was not thinking of writing a play about Anne Frank and Emmett Till.
Rihanna's hair seems to be in a constant state of follicle-flux.
Pioneering swimsuits will be the topic at the 56th annual luncheon of the Pioneer Women of Fort Lauderdale.
You know what ladies love? Theater and mommy porn.
They are about to walk that runway until it's red.
"An Iliad" feels like it needs just a little bit more somehow.
As if hot men on horseback weren't enough, in some circles "The 4th International Gay Polo Tournament” is THE social event of the season.
I was wrong.
There is no use in denying that you salivated just a little over hunka-hunka-burning-love Matthew Terry in the Calvin Klein commerical during this year's Super Bowl.
Mike Tyson is always in the limelight.
Taking cartoon panels from the page to the stage was a tricky thing for "The Addams Family."
Michael Aram - the tabletop and home decor designer - will be at Bloomingdale's in Town Center at Boca Raton Saturday, April 6 from 1 to 4 p.m.
H&M is going green...again.
"Priscilla Queen of the Desert" is fun, fierce, fabulous and a couple of other "F" words I could mention.
Is it possible for a show to be extremely well done and yet still not entirely connect?
Victoria Jolson - SoFlo socialite and Al Jolson daughter-in-law - will be at a book signing of her memoir "Beneath the Laughter."
New York-based fashion designer Rebecca Taylor (actually born in New Zealand) will have a sort of "spring break" down here in South Florida...to show her spring collection.
It's bring on the new with the Kravis on Broadway series.
"Priscilla Queen of the Desert: The Musical" is nothing if not a fierce fashion show.
"Jekyll and Hyde" - now playing at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach before previewing on Broadway next week - is a musical divided into two.
Did you catch the story about mobile fashion trucks earlier this year in the Sun Sentinel?
Rock fashion rolls down the runway at SoLita on Las Olas Thursday.
Balls. Nuts. Stones. Eggs. Bullocks.
"Last of the Red Hot Lovers" at Andrews Living Arts Studio in Fort Lauderdale doesn’t heat up until the second act.
Here’s your chance to see if those fashion blogger really know what they are posting about.
Constantine Maroulis may be most famous as a former "American Idol" contestant, but he feels more like a Broadway showman.
Wedding costs have reached new high nowadays. According to which survey you trust, the price of nuptials with around 150 guests is somewhere between $21,000 and $26,000.
You probably already know about the annual spring time "Hatsume Fair 2013" at The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach Saturday and Sunday, March 23 and 24 (from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day).
Project Runway is casting for season 12 and you can audition from the comfort of home.
Coral Springs' very own "Project Ruwnay" contestant Amanda Perna is just dying to give you her top tips for preparing for prom.
Angela Moore - y'know, the designer known for her hand-painted beaded baubles - has expanded into fashion and home accents.
It took me a good 10 minutes before I started to like "Lungs," the play running through April 14 at Arts Garage in Delray Beach.
Is "The Shahs of Sunset" on Bravo-TV one of your guilty pleasures?
Yup, there are two fashion weeks strutting it out in Miami Beach.
Shoe god Manolo Blahnik is descending to Earth, specifically the style isle of Palm Beach.
All you saw was Michelle Williams popping up onstage at the Super Bowl for the Destiny’s Child reunion.
Attention all home decor geeks: the Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA) in Dania Beach is opening its doors for the semi-annual Sample Sale.
She blushes the cheeks of Beyonce Knowles-Carter.
Everything But Water is opening up a retail location in The Gradens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens with a fashion fete Saturday, March 16 from noon to 5 p.m.
Poor Camila Alves.
"Body Awareness" is a strange little comedy, and a smart one at that. It defies easy categorization or even deciphering.
The revue "Jerry's Girls" is supposed to be an ensemble piece celebrating the highly hummable tunes of the Great White Way composer Jerry Herman.
Looking for a fashion miracle?
Size is everything.
It's that time of year again, when you can visit with a bra fit specialist for free...and get some donation going toward a really good cause.
Miami Fashion Week revs up its runways March 20-23 at Miami Beach Convention Center.
If you catwalk it, they will come.
Prom ain't nothing to mess around with girl.
The Miami City Ballet's triumphant "Program III: The Masters" has migrated down from Kravis Center in late February to Broward Center last weekend and now heads into Adrienne Arsht in Miami this weekend (March 8 - 10).
There is a pretty snazzy production of "Chicago" playing through March 17 in Boca Raton that sounds good, looks better, but never quite reaches the level of feeling as if it oughta be against the law.
"Flashdance – The Musical" whips by in a mad dash to get to...well...who knows where?
If you're looking to reconnect with the oh-so-vibrant underground art scene from the 80s and 90s, then you've got to check out the "HARING MIAMI" exhibit going on from March 6 - 10 in the Design District's Moore Building.
"In Style" magazine's Hal Rubenstein will introduce the Donna Karan spring 2013 collection Wednesday, March 6 at Neiman Marcus in Bal Harbour.
Even though "Pride Comedy Night" at Parker Playhouse Friday night is a sort of kick-off to PrideFest 2013...
It's way down in South Miami, but believe me...it's worth the schlepp.
Sam Edelman - the chic shoemaker - will do a personal appearance at Nordstrom in Aventura Mall on Friday, March 8 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Fashion designer Marc Jacobs - who has an eponymous label based in New York and designs the Louis Vuitton brand in Paris - is about to make his feature film debut.
Are you a "Survivor"?
The David Yurman boutique in Town Center at Boca Raton celebrated its grand opening with a in-store shopping event with Town & Country, Palm Beach Polo and world-renowned polo player, Nic Roldan. David Yurman donated a portion of the evening's proceeds to St. Jude's Children Research Hospital.
Yes, "Looped" is a bit of a camp-fest.
Try to wrap your head around the second annual "24-Hour Runway Show" in South Beach March 1 - 2.
First the NBC musical drama series "Smash" paid homage to movie icon Marilyn Monroe.
At one time, the mega-hit "Flashdance" was imagined as a stage musical, and not a movie.
The best thing about the jewelry at The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach?
When the 25th anniversary production of"Les Miserables" - which is heading to Broadway again after the success of the movie version - comes to Miami this week, it will be Fort Lauderdale's Trinity Wheeler calling the shots from backstage.
This Sunday's there's a casting call for drama queens...er...um...make that dramatic brides.
Al Jolson can still pack them in the theater, 86 years after ushering in "the talkies" and 63 years after his death.
“Deathtrap” at Stage Door Theatre is a Rube Goldberg machine of a thriller, a complex device that accomplishes a simple task through a convoluted and whimsical series of chain reactions.
The comedy "Looped" – opening at Parker Playhouse next Tuesday for a six-day run before going on national tour – was never supposed to happen.
The annual POSH Palm Beach Sale - that's where a pop-up vintage boutique is staged for charity - has a new location this year: the Lake Pavilion at 101 South Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach (between Clematis and Bradley's).
Of course it's really an opera, but The Magic Flute coming to Fort Lauderdale's Broward Center Feb. 21 through Feb. 23 is also a fashion story. That's because director Jeffrey Buchman has yanked Mozart's work from 1791 and plopped it down somewhere between rockabilly '50s and timeless fantasy-...