While training themselves to perform at local events and salsa congresses, Nuevolution’s founders discovered their passion for teaching dance techniques and routines, leading them to open their own studio to share rug-cutting wisdom with fledgling hoofers. With great enthusiasm for rhythm and self-expression, the studio's energetic team of instructors introduces students of all skill levels to a variety of Latin dance styles, including salsa, bachata, Argentine tango, and more.
Zumba and Tae Bo fitness classes motivate participants to shimmy off pounds and strengthen muscles so they can bend crowbars into clef notes. The kids' dance program gives younger students their first taste of lyrical, hip-hop or music theater jazz techniques in a fun, lighthearted environment. Nuevolution schedules classes six days a week and can spice up special events with fiery, professional dance numbers.
Enigmatic comedian, E! celebrity correspondent, and Chelsea Lately regular Michael Yo returns to the Improv with a fresh batch of mischievous zingers for Hot Mess Comedy, a celebration of tawdry humor and base instincts. With a keen wit and the ability to make cows chuckle until they spew milk out of their noses, Michael Yo fills his bottomless joke cache with material based on his Hollywood expertise and dating inexpertness. Other haughty and naughty high-octane comics include MADtv cast member and Chelsea Lately roundtable regular Arden Myrin, who coaxes big laughs with her adroit mastery of improv and devilish pixie charm.
The Seminole Hard Rock Wine & Food Festival is a new tradition—it started in 2010—but its creators hope to make it a lasting part of South Florida foodie culture. Amidst cuisine from renowned local eateries such as Tatu and Council Oak, guests can relax in several different lounges, from a spa area for women to a men's lounge with a big screen TV. The Caribbean lounge surrounds festival goers with assorted rums and tropical rubs, all cooked up by Chef Creole. Sponsors include NBC 6, Lite-FM, and the Miami Herald, and a portion of the profits will benefit the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Foundation.