At Jewelry Creations Workshop, carrying a torch for someone doesn't mean you have a crush on them—it means you're actually holding a torch for them while they tie their hair back and prepare to solder pieces of hand-made jewelry together. Named Best Jewelry Maker by the Miami New Times in 2013, the workshop team teaches wide-ranging techniques, from the aforementioned soldering to fold forming and enameling. Owner Steven Brownlee, who leads many of the sessions, has more than a decade of experience in the craft and uses it to teach cutting-edge techniques as well as the basics. In his introductory workshop, students get more than three hours to practice the fundamentals and craft a simple silver ring ideal for spontaneously proposing to a classmate.
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During her one-woman performances held in public arenas and at private parties, writer, actress, and founder of Mystery on the Menu Barbara Fox dramatizes snacktimes with interactive, sleuth-inspiring mysteries. Attendees attempt to solve the murder of a different character depending on the show—from portrait painters to famous chefs—by examining clues, reading given lines, asking questions, and polygraph-testing the tablecloth. Each interactive play ends with the apprehension of an unsuspecting guest, who remains unaware of their given character's murderous truth until the fictional cuffs latch.
Personal parties also spin a mysterious web among groups of up to 100 revelers at a location of choice. An ideal activity for office functions, birthday parties, or lengthy jury deliberations, private performances pin a crafted killing onto a single guest. Personal-party hosts must provide their own hors d'oeuvres.
Inspired by the surfers and psychedelic rockers of California in the ’80s, brothers Custo and David Dalmau launched Custo Barcelona, a fashion label known for its fun, colorful tops and graphic prints. Their bold color combinations and even bolder patterns stamp everything from low-neck T-shirts and summer dresses to short jackets and jersey sweaters. The label’s popularity has allowed the brothers to expand from their native Spain and open stores across the world and even space.