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Eight Hostels for When You're Too Old to Stay at a Hostel

Oyster | Posted 02.27.2015 | Travel
Oyster

What to do when you want to avoid bunk beds but still save money and meet like-minded travelers? We scoped out eight hostels around the world that offer low rates, stylish design, cool locations, private rooms, and the occasional shared (but clean, we promise) bathroom. No flip-flops or ear plugs required!

You Won't Believe These 17 Photos Are Real (But They Are)

Oyster | Posted 02.26.2015 | Travel
Oyster

Looking for a cliffside massage with a dramatic view? It's going to be tough to top this spa palapa at the Rockhouse Hotel in Jamaica. The lush, laid-back Rockhouse is a holistic haven, with gourmet dining, morning yoga, cliffside loungers, a premium spa and no kids under 12

Meatless Monday: Viva la Revolution -- Let's Eat

Ellen Kanner | Posted 02.16.2015 | Green
Ellen Kanner

EatWith is the fabulous global community of 500 hand-picked hosts who open their homes and make you dinner. It's a chance to connect with new people in an intimate environment and enjoy a shared meal. It's like a pop up dinner party. And it's my secret weapon.

Perfect Weekend for the Festivals

Tom Falco | Posted 02.15.2015 | Miami
Tom Falco

The weather could not be more perfect for the Coconut Grove Arts Festival and St. Stephen's Art Show running all weekend in the center of Coconut Grove. 50 degrees in the morning, 60 degrees during the day, under bright sunshine, is perfect for strolling the festivals.

8 Family Getaways for Spring Break

Joy Pecknold | Posted 02.11.2015 | Travel
Joy Pecknold

The eight North American and European properties herein all have suites and extras to accommodate kids, but offer starkly different settings and experiences. Poll the clan and make your choice.

Miami Winters: The Lush Life and Hip Things

Dwight Brown | Posted 02.11.2015 | Travel
Dwight Brown

The likely anecdote for winter melancholia is a trip to a warm climate. Miami comes to mind. And when we think of Miami, South Beach has traditionally been the tourist hub. But these days, it's only one of the entrees Miami is serving.

Music as a Mold: AIRA's Artistic Redemption

Max Dorfman | Posted 02.09.2015 | Entertainment
Max Dorfman

There's a lot of unbelievable things that happen in life--and really, the least believable are the bad things; the things we don't see coming, the things we can't and won't understand.

Breaking Broadway

Carmen Pelaez | Posted 02.06.2015 | Arts
Carmen Pelaez

Once again, she made it all the way to the singing but this time she was so pumped she she screamed her song instead of singing it. Charmed, the musical director reminded her to breathe and she got through it.

Foreclosures and Short Sales: The Best Deals for Real Estate

Natalie Pace | Posted 02.03.2015 | Money
Natalie Pace

There are still a million foreclosures and bank-owned properties, with 8.1 million people who are currently underwater on their homes.

Hotels Offering Naughty '50 Shades of Grey' Packages

Oyster | Posted 02.02.2015 | Travel
Oyster

With a Valentine's Day release date, the timing couldn't be better; couples around the world are seeking romantic getaways with sex appeal for the holiday. Nothing ups the ante more than whips and chains, right?!

Take Me Back to Warm Miami

Judi Freedman | Posted 01.27.2015 | Miami
Judi Freedman

Since I don't have any plans to visit soon, all I can do is drink hot cocoa and reminisce about the wonderful vacation that my boyfriend L and I took to South Beach this past November.

No Kids Allowed: 8 Adults-Only Hotels in Secret Spots

Oyster | Posted 01.22.2015 | Travel
Oyster

We suggest heating things up this winter with a visit to a sexy, sandy, and secluded adults-only hotel. Whether you need a spot for the long Valentine's Day -- er, we mean Presidents' Day -- weekend, or a remote locale for a romantic rendezvous this spring, one of these eight is sure to get you in the mood.

It's All About the Grape

Tom Falco | Posted 01.22.2015 | Miami
Tom Falco

I'm honored that the Bookstore in the Grove (in Coconut Grove) has come up with a new smoothie/shake named The Grapevine, after the Coconut Grove Grapevine, which is the daily news of Coconut Grove, Florida, of which I am the editor and publisher.

Kate Sheppard

Meet The Climate-Researching Mom The Obamas Are Bringing To The State Of The Union

HuffingtonPost.com | Kate Sheppard | Posted 01.20.2015 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- Among the guests of first lady Michelle Obama for Tuesday's State of the Union address is a Florida-based climate researcher and activis...

Chihuly's Glistening Glassy Greatness

Tom Falco | Posted 01.10.2015 | Miami
Tom Falco

One of my favorite adventures is visiting Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden when Chihuly's work is featured. The gardens and the glass art work hand-in-hand.

Noteworthy Sights in Miami Beach

Architectural Digest | Posted 01.07.2015 | Arts
Architectural Digest

As Miami Beach prepares for its centennial celebrations this year, I thought it would be interesting to revisit some of the noteworthy buildings and landmarks that make this such a unique destination.

They Wore It Best: Miami's Most Glam Moments of 2014

Tara Solomon | Posted 01.06.2015 | Miami
Tara Solomon

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Leaning In With Victims of Child Sex Trafficking

Lean In Circles | Posted 01.05.2015 | Impact
Lean In Circles

What is the stereotype of a girl engaging in prostitution to you? A drug addict? A teenager looking for trouble? A reckless runaway? Or a young girl, lost, manipulated, scared, confused, alone, fighting to find her voice to scream for help?

Rand Paul Versus Marco Rubio: Some Libertarian Air Is Good for Cuban-American Politics

Arturo Lopez Levy | Posted 01.05.2015 | Latino Voices
Arturo Lopez Levy

As prospective candidates claim their spot on the coveted 2016 Republican presidential ticket, two senators, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul bump heads on a newly awakened foreign policy issue: Cuba.

15 LGBT Must-Dos in 2015

Jim Werner | Posted 01.04.2015 | Gay Voices
Jim Werner

The ball has dropped, the champagne has popped and the partygoers have kissed. It's a new year. Now, it's time to think about your travel calendar. Before you know it, the planet will tilt and then you'll be roasting turkey and you don't want to think, "I never got to wear that harness." That would be tragic.

What History Tells Us: Predicting Philbin's Success in a Dolphins Hat

Cameron Fegers | Posted 03.02.2015 | Sports
Cameron Fegers

This article employs original and borrowed statistics to paint a future picture in which others can draw upon to predict the longevity and future success of Miami Dolphins' head coach Joe Philbin.

Same Old Dolphins

Cameron Fegers | Posted 02.28.2015 | Sports
Cameron Fegers

For the Dolphins, Sunday was a chilling reminder of a talented and promising team's inability to finish down the stretch, by 1) losing their season-finale, 2) in front of its home crowd, 3) to another pitiful New York Jets team and 4) for the second December in a row.

Louis Vuitton and Red Cross Host Cruise Collection Cocktail in Miami Design District

Tara Solomon | Posted 02.23.2015 | Miami
Tara Solomon

Two models strut pieces from Nicholas Ghesquiere's new collection at Louis Vuitton Miami Design District. Fashion and philanthropy, two of our favo...

Protesters Against Cuba-U.S. Plan Gather In Miami

AP | CHRISTINE ARMARIO and RACHEL LA CORTE | Posted 02.19.2015 | Politics

MIAMI (AP) — Cuban opposition leaders from the island joined Cuban American politicians and activists on Saturday, pledging to oppose President Bara...

The End of the Cold War

Chris Weigant | Posted 02.16.2015 | Politics
Chris Weigant

President Barack Obama just spoke on the telephone with the leader of Cuba to finalize the two countries' new relations -- an event that hadn't happened in over half a century. The Cold War is now almost completely a matter of interest only to historians, to put things into context.