Once again Halloween was a resounding success both in South and Central Florida. Check out the pics below and the pics in “Out on the Scene” in our magazine for a sneak preview, but make sure to pick up next week’s edition for many picture pages filled with Halloween pics.
Thursday, November 6
The Pride Factory presents 25% off all regular underwear, swimwear and fashion from today until November 12. Plus take an additional15% off already reduced merchandise.
Friday, November 7
Sidelines Sports & Video Bar is hosting a Casino Night for All Saints Catholic Mission Soup Kitchen to help raise much needed funds for their legal fund. Go out and try your luck for a good cause! $20 Buy in gets you $2000 in chips to gamble the night away at the Roulette, Blackjack, and Texas Hold’em Tables. Gamble the night away and win some great raffle prizes and bid on some great silent auction items. All proceeds go directly to All Saints Catholic Mission Soup Kitchen. The event starts at 7PM!
Movies return to North Beach with the grand opening of O Cinema Miami Beach (500 71st Street) at 7pm. Join them as they kick off Miami Beach’s newest cultural institution with one of the year’s most anticipated independent films, Birdman. After the screening attendees are invited to celebrate the opening of O Cinema with a post film reception with food provided by Pollo Tropical. Tickets are $11 for general admission; $9.50 for students and seniors and $7.50 for members. For more information go to MiamiBeach.O-Cinema.org
Filthy Gorgeous Fridays at Score in association with the Penny Back Boyz presents “Motion” a Calvin Harris album release party. Win copies of Motion, while supplies last. Doors open at 10pm and stars DJ’s AB and Mac.
Saturday, November 8
Bigger Saturdays at Score presents Celebrity DJ/Producer Tracy Young’s birthday celebration from 10pm to 5 am with a warm up set by Carlos Rojas.
Sunday, November 9
Inn Leather presents a Veteran’s Day Pool Party from 12 noon till 5 PM with music by DJ Jimmy P from Eagleradio.pro playing the tunes of today yesterday and always and food served at 2:30 PM. Admission is only $20 and includes all you can eat & 3 beers and unlimited nonalcoholic beverages.
Village Pub in association with Everglades Angels Dog Rescue presents “Rainbows for Rescue” from 4-7pm where you are invited to meet their adoptable dogs. The event includes a $10 donation which includes a free drink, fabulous entertainment, a 50/50 raffle and great prizes. Everglades Angels is a 501C3 volunteer charity which helps abandoned dogs in the everglades.
Tuesday, November 11
The monthly Fort Lauderdale Mack Power Mixer takes place at Stache 1920’s Drinking Den from 6:30-9pm. No RSVP required, but for more info go to MackPlanet.com.
The Lambda Men’s Brotherhood presents “The Silent Auction,” at Lips and will help to support the Pet Project, Tuesdays Angels, The Pantry of Broward and The Leather Archives and Museum. There will be a $10 donation at the door and they invite you to stay for dinner and the show, but reservations are highly recommended. For more information go to LeatherMaskedBall.org
Season 9 of the Artwalk on Wilton Drive returns, but is moving to Saturdays starting November 15th from 7-10pm. The Artwalk takes place the 3rd Saturday of every month from November through April. This month’s featured artist is Alfred Phillips and his work will be shown at Rossetti Fine Art (21776 Wilton Drive).
Go Modern presents a Floor Sample MEGA sale happening now in all their showrooms. For more info go to GoModernYSA.com.
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Reading a good cookbook is like a food journey. Each recipe is a culinary experience that can transport you to a different place and the process of cooking can connect you with cooks from all over the globe. For bloggers Kim Pham and Philip Shen, of the award-winning BehindtheFoodCarts.com – named Best Culinary Travel Blog by Saveur magazine – and food writer Terri Phillips, their love of food has literally taken them on a journey—a journey across the United States as they try out famous food trucks in various cities and have documented their meals along the way. The result is their new book, Food Truck Road Trip—A Cookbook [Page Street Publishing, November 2014, $21.99]
Part cookbook, part photography book, and part history book, Food Truck Road Trip—A Cookbook has it all. The chapters cover all the food truck favorites, from soup and sandwiches, to American comfort food, to Latin American, Asian and fusion foods from all corners of the Earth—plus drinks, sides, desserts, and snacks. And every recipe is accompanied by gorgeous photographs taken by the authors, both trained photographers, as well as the history of the food truck, its owner, and the story behind the spectacular food.
With Food Truck Road Trip home cooks can explore and enjoy amazing recipes from all over the U.S. Recipes include: Jalapeño Corn Cakes – Bid D’s Grub Truck – Dennis Kum, New York, NY; Fopo Cristo– The Egg Carton – Sarah Arkwright, Portland, OR; Oxtail Mac N’ Cheese – Flat Iron – Timothy Mark Abell and Caleb Patrick Orth, Los Angeles, CA; Fried Chicken Sandwich with Fennel Slaw – Doc’s of the Bay – Zak Silverman, Oakland, CA; The Matador – American Meltdown – Paul Inserrra, Durham, NC; Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu Sliders – Nola Girl food Truck and Catering – Dannielle Judie, New Orleans, LA; Seafood Soup – Fishey Bizness Seafood Co – Dennis White, Austin, TX; Santa Fe Black Bean Burger – Mix’d Up Food Truck – Brett Eanes, Atlanta, GA; Roasted Roots Salad – The Moral Omnivore – Ross and Linnea Logas, Minneapolis, MN; Brisket Barbarcoa Empanada – Taco Mondo – Michael Sultan and Carolyn Nguyen, Philadelphia, PA; Japanese Curry with Chicken Kara-Age – Japacurry – Jay Hamada, San Francisco, CA; Coconut-Cashew Kaffir Lime Trout with Fresh Pineapple Slaw – Carte Blanche – Jessie Aron, Portland, OR and Rosemary Olive Oil and Blood Orange Cake – La Bella Torte – Joe Glaser, New York, NY
Food Truck Road Trip—A Cookbook allows readers to travel all over the country without leaving their kitchens and gives them the tools to re-create favorite food truck dishes from cities such as Raleigh, New Orleans, Austin, Los Angeles, Portland, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, and New York. This book is ideal for every foodie, traveler, and story-lover out there.