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MIAMI LIVING 33 CITY NEWS If you are a resident of The St. Regis Hotel & Residences, Bal Harbour these are just a few examples of exciting events offered to you in the Sales Gallery on Kane Concourse: the South Beach Wine & Food Festival with Master Sommelier Thomas Combescot-Lepere; a yearly Mother's Day Tea — with the 2009 festivity being a Diane Von Furstenberg fashion show based on the clothing line available at her Bal Harbour Shops boutique; a preview of Jimmy Choo's stunning Fall 2009 Collection; a special sneak preview of Oscar de la Renta's 2009 Resort and Spring Collections hosted by his Bal Harbour Shops boutique, and Jorge Pèrez, Chairman and CEO of The Related Group hosting an exclusive cocktail reception featuring some of Art Basel Miami's most prominent artists. Call 888-278-0056, 305- 993-6000, or go to: Miami is all over TV! Burn Notice, one of USA Network's shining stars, was listed in the top 20 shows. KUDOS to its stars: Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell & Sharon Gless, and to the brilliant casting director Ellen Jacobi for casting local talents such as Paul Tei, Adam Simpson, Tim Ware and more. Miami was featured in a segment on CNN Business Traveller program. South Florida Voices featured the book, "Gay Rights & Social Panic." Max & Jason Still Up on CURRENT TV had a fun segment on Miami. CURRENT TV strikes again in its Current Tonight program, featuring former Miami Heat Dancer, and U of M graduate Susan Hilferty's 'Pole Fitness Studio' on Bird Rd. Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami on E! is a huge hit! The Kardashian sisters made a smashing appearance on The Wendy Williams Show, when Kourt was barely showing at five months. PBS' fun series that has all the locals buzzing is Check, Please! South Florida featuring Chef Michelle Bernstein. Police Women of Broward County is sure to be a major success. Holidate on Soapnet did a segment on "Boston & Miami." Local woman Courtney Rae is competing in America's Next Top Model, Cycle 13. Barry Brandt hosts Barry University's Community Crossroads Miami Resident Jean Mason won So You Think You Can Dance. Seeing Gloria Estefan and Rosie O'Donnell on Kathy Griffin's My Life on the D-List was a fabulous treat. The Bravo network's Miami Social is great fun. And bravo to Father Alberto Cutié for telling his story on The Oprah Show. Keep the cameras rolling! Don't miss seeing the Myrna and Sheldon Palley Pavilion for Contemporary Glass and Studio Arts at the Lowe Art Museum University of Miami. The Palley's multi-million dollar collection remains in the area, unlike other collectors who go elsewhere. Don't miss masterpieces by Dale Chihuly, Jun Kaneko, Richard Jolley, and UM's own Professor William Carlson. Go to to listen to Florida theater critics/art writers Bill Hirschman of the Sun-Sentinel and Hap Erstein of Palm Beach Artspaper, for an informative, entertaining session of 'Aisle Say' at 2 PM every Monday. This video simulcast touts upcoming shows, recaps recent reviews, responds to caller's questions/comments about local, state and national theater. Go to either Books and Books or The Bookstore In The Grove and pick up a copy of 'Hialeah Haikus,' co-authored by Danny Monsalve, Elena Santayana and Alex Fumero, a group of friends who started out by texting Haikus to each other. Speaking of books, the 26 th edition of Miami Book Fair International takes places Nov. 8-15 th and features: Margaret Atwood, John Dufresne, Mike Farrell, Al Gore, Senator Bob Graham, Sanjay Gupta, Gwen Ifill, Barbara Kingsolver, Campbell McGrath and Ralph Nader. For more info, go to: ML City Scoop There's always something going on in the Magic City – see what all the buzz is about! Words by Marla E. Schwartz

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