Zagat 2010 Miami Restaurant Survey
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Sugerman’s Solutions: Beachfront Condo
When Barry Sugerman redesigned the kitchen of a beachfront condo, his clients realized that the living room and dining room looked dated and tired next to the newly refaced kitchen. So “Sugerman’s Solutions” continues with Phase Two, remodeling the living and dining rooms that are adjacent to the kitchen and providing more storage space, an important element in the redesign.
A New Dawn for Dolfans
It’s a new dawn for the Miami Dolphins, with a new makeover to boot, as new Miami Dolphins owner and Miami native Steve Ross, with the help of friend Jimmy Buffett, made it official – Miami’s beloved football stadium is now Land Shark Stadium. To kickoff the renaming in grand style, Buffett played a private concert in the stadium’s Club Level section for Dolfans, Parrot Heads and VIPs. The concert was produced by Bruce Orosz and ACT Productions. VIPs in attendance included Alonzo Mourning, Jorge Perez, Anthony Shriver and Miami Dolphins’ head coach, Tony Sparano.