Il Bacio in Delray Beach played host to New Times' Artopia event on Wednesday February 23. Local artists displayed their work, local chefs fed the crowd delicious creme brulee, and bartenders handing out free drinks led to a very successful night.
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Betty is a shy and petite woman who can cook some mean fried chicken. Her soul food restaurant on Sistrunk, Betty's Soul Food Restaurant, brings the deep South down to South Florida.
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The Prince of Darkness, Ozzy Osbourne, went all "crazy train" on the crowd at the BankAtlantic Center. His performance on Sunday, February 20, featured an appearance by Guns n' Roses' Slash.
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Anthony Bourdain, the foul-mouthed love-able drinker and star of the Travel Channel's No Reservations, visited the Coral Springs Art Center on February 15. He spoke to a sold out crowd about his show, his daughter, and the chefs he hates more than anyone else.
Two wrestlers, Joey Saint and Brian "The Beast" Brody, know there's nothing like being body-slammed by a man in a royal blue leotard. They are the subject of this week feature and thus posed majestically for our camera. Here are the outtakes from our cover shoot.
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Vivo Partenza in Boca Raton opened up last month like Scott Rothstein and Bova never happened. Vivo is in the same spot as Bova, the crowd once dined at Bova, and the menu is reminiscent of, you guessed it - Bova.
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Skimboarding specialty shop, Alley Oop, held their first skimboarding competition near the pier at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. "Skim, Dance, Revolution" invited locals out to show their best moves for a chance to win prizes. After the skimming competitors returned to the shop for some free-style dancing.
Crafties united again to show off their hand-made goods on Saturday, February 12. The theme of this craft fair, put on by the girls that brought you Stitch Rock, was retro art. Consumers got to enjoy some throw-back crafts while eating sweets.
The Canadian indie-rock stars left their big country in pursuit of a little sunshine. That's how they ended up at Revolution Live on Saturday, February 12. Check out these photos of the band and their wild fans.
Housed in the spot that once held Bova Prime, Scott Rothstein's venture, Rare seemed to do little more than swap the sign and replace the chairs. The steak is good and the cocktails are excellent but the new restaurant is making some Manhattan-sized missteps.
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