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All eyes may have been on East London in the aftermath of the 2012 Olympic Games in Stratford, but fast forward to 2014 and it’s all change in the capital. West is best or so Dorsett Hospitality International has declared. The Asia based hotel operator…Read The Full Post
Immediately following his second NBA Championship win, Wade reluctantly broke the news that he would no longer be participating in the 2012 Olympic Games due to a scheduled knee surgery on July 9th.
What’s a girl to do after going for — and winning — the gold at the 2012 Olympic Games? If you’re medal-winning gymnast Aly Raisman, you shop. The 18-year-old hit Rodeo Drive on a recent stopover in Beverly Hills, where she was signing friends during…Read The Full Post
Welcome to our annual Haute 100 Miami list, a compilation of the most influential individuals in business, technology, fashion and other
top industries in the Magic City. Read on to see who made the list this year – a list that, we must say, truly captures the spirit and
successes of our favorite city down South.
Of the 529 Americans competing in the 2012 London Olympics, Floridians have been behind several stand-out performances. Case in point: tennis greats and brothers Bob and Mike Bryan who won Olympic Gold Medals at Wimbledon.
Haute 100 lister, Olympic gold medalist and heavyweight champ Lennox Lewis has been participating in the 2012 Olympic Games by carrying the torch and serving on BBC’s commentary team, and now Lewis is predicting that G.B. Olympic hope Anthony Joshua will take home a gold medal.
While Team USA is gearing up to take home gold medals at the 2012 Olympic Games, fellow Olympian Dwyane Wade recently shared that he would no longer be competing in the Games due to his ongoing knee rehabilitation. And while he cheers his teammates on from afar, he also made time to stop by the L.A. studios of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
As the first official day of the 2012 Olympic Games begins, swanky restaurant bars all over San Francisco are offering an Olympic Twist to their cocktail menu. Whether you’re looking for a place to watch the opening ceremony or just want to feel like you’re transported to the UK, raise a glass and toast to the Olympic Games.
Wondering where to kick-off the 2012 Olympic Games this weekend? Look no further. Here’s our guide to the spots that are being extra patriotic.