CAGNEY & LACEY and ME – Barney Rosenzweig

Barney Rosenzweig, Emmy-Award winning Television Producer, talks about his very busy life during retirement, growing older with dignity, the end of Gilbert & Sullivan Opera since the Doyly Carte Opera Company let their copyright lapse, and the latest activities of his very talented Emmy-Award winning wife, actress Sharon Gless.

ART, BOOKS, MUSIC, PARTIES

Episode 64 of Alive on South Beach features Art Basel|Miami Beach; Jazz Stylist Nicole Henry; Brit Week; Miami Book Fair authors who talk about magic mushrooms and religion, and another author who talks about the exciting life of a celebrity bodyguard.

WHITING OUT

She still wore a white man-tailored shirt with a man’s black tie, although her face now was visibly older and her un-styled, uncombed stringy black hair had turned grungy gray. “Good for her,” I thought, with admiration. She remained true to herself and did not give a damn about impressing the kings and queens and crowned princes and princesses sitting in the first few rows of the enormous concert hall in Stockholm Sweden.

SOUTH BEACH JAZZ FESTIVAL

1st ANNUAL SOUTH BEACH JAZZ FESTIVAL - Each musical performance will showcase the artistry of at least one person with a disability. The sheer talent of the artists will promote the festival’s dual goal, to entertain, and to define others by ability rather than disability.

NICOLE HENRY

Nicole Henry, the soft-spoken, incredibly intelligent, down-to-earth, artistic, creative, generous, beautiful and very talented, Jazz singer/performer is on the rise.

PSYCHEDELIC GOSPELS

Throughout medieval Christianity, religious works of art emerged to illustrate the teachings of the Bible. Much of the artwork and icons have images of psychoactive mushrooms and plants. Using this visual evidence to document the role of visionary plants in Christianity,“The Psychedelic Gospels" reveals that Christianity may indeed have had a psychedelic history.

Unfair!

Unfair! Unfair! How strongly have we felt that "life" was not fair? We’ve all experienced the burn of unfair treatment at one time or another, some life changing injustices and some real or perceived favoritism. So what did we do?

ACTORS, AUTHORS, FOODIES

In Episode 61, “Alive on South Beach” goes to NATPE (National Association of Television Production Executives), which is basically an industry convention, however because NATPE is a marketplace for buyers...

Hour [email protected]

CONVERSATIONS with Stewart B. [email protected] For the past 25 or so years, I have had a studio on South Beach. From time to time whenever my friends or friends of my friends were in town they would stop by...

Lea Black of Miami Beach

As the camera-person and video editor, I have the luxury to study the actions, reactions and interactions between Stewart and our on-camera guests. I get to see their warts and hear their nervous chatter. I...

AOSB in NYC

Stewart and I recently went to New York. Being native New Yorkers (born and bred Manhattanites before moving to Miami Beach), we hadn’t been back in several years and looked forward to visiting the “new...

On the Red Carpet

When celebrities attend an event, there is a Red Carpet for paparazzi to snap pictures, journalists to take notes, and us (Dena and Stewart) to have a brief conversation with them.

Wyclef Jean, Stewart and Dena Stewart

We interrupt our regular programming to present a special episode (56) of Alive on South Beach ... THE MIAMI BEACH 100TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION, marked by 100 hours of festivities that culminated with a spectacular superstar Concert on the beach with fireworks as its finale.

Stress, Stress, Go Away!

I needed a real vacation. I had not slept in a strange bed in ten years aside from a two-night stay at Baptist Hospital after surgery, five nights in a Homestead motel, a few out-of-state conferences, and a...