Over 600 car enthusiasts, collectors, and local luminaries celebrated the Dezer Collection Museum & Pavilion’s official opening recently, where developer Michael Dezer’s private collection valued at over $140 million was unveiled for the first time.
The 250,000-square-foot multi-faceted facility includes a total of nine exhibitions featuring over 1,000 exquisite vehicles and memorabilia. The museum also features one-of-a-kind concepts such as an indoor drive-in movie theatre, wax figure museum, and a 75,000-square-foot event venue, the Dezer Showplace. Featuring several ballrooms that can accommodate parties of every size and up to 1,500 guests, the event and entertainment space is poised to become South Florida’s newest venue for
Dr. Michael Salzhauer, a 40-year old Bal Harbour plastic surgeon is facing possible professional ethics charges as the American Society of Plastic Surgeons has launched an investigation into his conduct when it was revealed that he had commissioned a controversial music video called “Jewcan Sam” in order to encourage rhinopasty amongst youngsters.
The video was performed by a Jewish pop-punk band from Queens, New York called “The Groggers” and focuses on a Jewish teenager who is summarily
Jewish patients and family members now have a spot they can call their own at the University of Miami Hospital after the Civic Center institution unveiled a “bikur cholim room” with the help of Israeli Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger.
“There are a lot of rooms in the hospital,” Metzger, who affixed a mezuzah to the room’s doorpost, said at the Jan. 25 grand opening. “But this is a small room with a big heart, a good heart. It will allow visitors to feel at home. That is so special and important.”
Holocaust survivors who have been conducting a protracted battle to obtain payments from European insurance companies are hoping to attract President Obama’s attention to their cause when he visits Miami this week.
A number of these companies – including Allianz, Generali and AXA – have refused to release payments stemming from the insurance policies of Holocaust survivors and the descendants of victims of the Shoah, unless the claimants are able to submit paperwork such as the actual insurance
Artist David Datuna attracted a great deal of attention at the recent ArtPalmBeach festival with his highly distinctive “Viewpoint of Millions: Israel Beyond A Dream” display, which presented three Israeli flags as large backdrops filled with text, pictures and eyeglass lenses. “It’s performance art, because you are involved,” explained the 28-year-old artist, whose creations were exhibited at the Palm Beach Convention Center. “For me, it’s not only about the lenses. It’s about people’s souls