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February 15, 2013 | by —LIANA LOZADA | Homepage
Got tickets for Lady Gaga's March concert in Sunrise? Nope, not anymore you don't.
Those who purchased tickets to Lady Gaga's concert at Sunrise's BB&T Center on March 15 are out of luck. The pop songstress has canceled the rest of her stateside tour due to a hip injury. [Rolling Stone]
This week, Curbed National takes a look at the mega-homes owned by Anheuser-Busch, including 1922 Palm Island, which was once owned by Al Capone. [Curbed]
A seven-foot Che Guevara-inspired artwork at the W South Beach has been taken down after eliciting a ton of backlash from Miami's Cuban community. The piece was created by artist Gavin Turk, who has done many works referencing Guevara, all as the artist’s bio states, “in the style of Andy Warhol.” [Riptide]
The Daily Front Row hosted a Miami Lounge with Daily Style Sessions to bring New Yorkers a taste of Miami during this New York Fashion Week, which coincided with a blizzard. Frequenters of the lounge included Carmen Electra, Angela Simmons, and Tinsley Mortimer. [World Red Eye]
Florida Senator and Miami local Marco Rubio's water swig during his State of the Union rebuttal has gone viral, causing endless internet memes and late-night video spoofs. [Huffington Post Politics]
We're behind the scenes with Marlins outfielder, who now has the largest contract in sports history.