Creating an alternate world not bound by modern, millennial conventions, fans of the Steampunk culture gathered together Saturday, August 6, at the Polo Club in Hollywood. With private rooms, shows, vendors, toys, and play equipment throughout the club, attendees got their rocks off to the thumping music, vendor demonstrations with whips and live shows. All photos by Mike Rice.
The Delray Beach restaurant and late-night hotspot hosted its third Invoke the Arts event featuring this month's "Robots vs. Humans" theme. Don't miss out on the next night of art, fashion, and muisc held the last Sunday of each month. All photos by Chelsea Scholler.
Barbecue took the spotlight Thursday night at the Delano Hotel for Moët Hennessy's the Q, hosted by Emeril Lagasse and Guy Fieri. The best barbecue chefs from across the nation served guests wet wipe-ready bites. Read our review of the Q at Delano here.
Dozens of gourmet food trucks from Miami and Fort Lauderdale met for a round-up Wednesday, July 27. The foodie event helped hundreds of people get over the mid-week hump with truck-loads of tasty fare. All photos by Mike Rice
Didn't make it to the San Diego Comic-Con Festival? Well, maybe you made it to Tate's Comics in Lauderhill, which held its own not-so-Comic-Con Saturday, July 23. Plenty of costumed nerds showed up to the party, sponsored by Dark Horse comics. All photos by Chelsea L. Scholler.
A summer tradition for many local art lovers, the Red Eye art show held on July 22 showcased a wide variety of media including painting, jewelry, dance, film and fashion. All photos by Kristian Andrew.
The Bubble in Fort Lauderdale hosted a fashion show on July 22 called the "Itty Bitty Blazer Gala III." Clothes were provided by the Betsey Johnson store in the Aventura Mall. All photos by Ian Witlen.