[vice.]

     miami

1. an immoral or evil habit or practice.

[vahys]

 

[ ART DECO WEEKEND ]

 

 

"Miami Vice" — The trend-setting television show is often credited with helping Miami pull itself out of a 1970s malaise, fueling its well-financed race through the 1980s, and, as if on a cocaine high, pushed into the 1990s, and what became a full-blown revival.

 

A "QUIET" MORNING ON OCEAN DRIVE AND THE KILLING OF GIANNI VERSACE.

 

ON THE PROMENADE         

Starting with the 2-hour pilot at [FRI.10PM] there will be a number of other episodes featured in The Promenade Lounge, where you'll be made to understand the value of no socks and shoulder pads.

see the cop show that set the  1980s MUSIC & FASHION standard.

  

 

"The Birdcage"

 

[1996] — The already-legendary Carlyle Hotel served as the setting for the memorable American comedy directed by MIKE NICHOLS.

           An entertaining and popular remake of the 1978 Franco-Italian film, La Cage aux Folles, by Jean Poiret and Francis Veber.

           Written by ELAINE MAY, The Birdcage stars ROBIN WILLIAMS, GENE HACKMA, NATHAN LANE, and DIANNE WIEST.

           Dan Futterman, Calista Flockhart, Hank Azaria, and Christine Baranski appear in supporting roles.

 

 

we are fam-il-y

"The Birdcage"/ Official Trailer

 

 

Making Miami"Cool"Again

by DAVE BARRY

(Miami Herald)

           Miami Herald columnist Dave Barry's humorous view of cocaine and murder making Miami "popular" again.

 

GO TO STORY >>>
        

"Some Like It Hot"

         Two Struggling musicians (Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon) witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and are now on the run from the Mob. Jerry and Joe cross-dress into an all female band in which Sugar (Marilyn Monroe) is the lead singer.

         In addition to running (to Florida) for their lives, Tony and Jack have more hilarious problems in their love lives. Marilyn confides in lustful Tony, but he can't reveal he's a man, and Jack has a wealthy gentleman suitor who won't take "No," for an answer.

 

the best of situation comedies

[1959] — Billy Wilder's classic, starring Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis (in drag) and Marilyn Monroe (at her hottest), has stood the test of Hollywood time, and easily ranks as one of the finest comedies ever made.

 

 

dave hogerty

fort lauderdale, florida

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