Miami Beach is about to turn 100 years old and its throwing a party with some big name headliners.
Miami Heat fans will be sporting the team’s colors and ready to rock this Thursday as the team takes on the Spurs in a rematch for the NBA Championship title.
For a lot of people Christmas is all about spending time with family members, opening presents and feasting on holiday treats. But firefighters and police officers are always on the job and they were not the only ones.
As a brand born to celebrate the end of the work week, T.G.I. Friday’s felt it had an obligation to celebrate the possible end of civilization.
Does it feel like you’re tethered to your smart phone? Do you work long hours? Find yourself spending more time at the office than home with family and friends? You may be a workaholic.
He’s the man behind the music. DJ Irie is the DJ for the Miami Heat and is joining us to talk about his love of basketball, music, and his 8th annual “DJ Irie Weekend” celebration.
The Miami Heat white hot celebration went from the hard court, to the street, and then to two South Florida premiere hot spots.
In between the high flying Dwyane Wade dunks and Chris Bosh blocks, Heat fans get worked up by the pulse racing, heart pumping beats of one man – DJ Irie.
Twenty years ago, the music pulsated through the crowd every time Miami Heat player Rony Seikaly made a basket. Now that his basketball days are behind him… he’s the one cranking the sounds of music at top tier clubs around the world.
Doral-based Carnival Cruise Lines unveiled a half-billion-dollar plan for upgrading more than a dozen of the line’s ships, drawing upon the appeal of comedian George Lopez, Food Network star Guy Fieri, and Miami’s DJ Irie to revamp ships in what Carnival is calling Fun Ship 2.0.