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  • Lewis Black Cancelled, Jay Leno to Perform at Hard Rock December 30

    published Dec 29, 2010

    ​The Lewis Black Show scheduled for Thursday night at Hollywood's Hard Rock Live has been cancelled. The grinchy one is ill. That's the bad news.Or maybe it's the good news. Black will be replaced i... More >>

  • Kingdom Gone: Biscayne Boulevard's Best Bar Closed

    published Dec 28, 2010

    ​Kingdom, the friendly open air bar/eatery on Biscayne Boulevard is closed. The place, which offered 20 kinds of beer and normal sports bar type chow, was a favorite on Main Street Miami. You could ... More >>

  • Those Macaroons Could Poison You

    published Dec 28, 2010

    ​Publix has recalled scores of macaroons.Milk chocolate-covered macaroons, plain ones, and those covered in sprinkles are being removed from bakeries in stores across the South today. Not just Flori... More >>

  • Carlos Andres Perez Would Have Made a Better Venezuela

    published Dec 26, 2010

    ​So the last sane president of Venezuela died in Miami Saturday. Carlos Andres Perez was the probably the first Latin president to flex his muscles over oil, thus setting the stage for his one-time ... More >>

  • South Dade Frozen Solid: Damage Unknown

    published Dec 07, 2010

    ​Temperatures last night sunk below freezing in South Miami-Dade, potentially damaging crops in the already beleaguered Redland area, which provides much of the nation's winter tomato crop.The exact... More >>

  • Nudes, Scuba Divers and Skateboarders: Food Art at Basel

    published Dec 06, 2010

    ​Art Basel, which ended over the weekend earned top dollar and, we hope, signaled a turnaround in both the local and national economies. Hell even the Wall Street Journal seems to think so. The spec... More >>

  • Miami Heat Censors Scott Raab, New Times, and -- Long Ago -- Herald

    published Nov 18, 2010

    ​Most sports teams get it. Anything in print is good for them. The Miami Heat has never understood this. On Monday, the team banned Esquire writer Scott Raab after he called LeBron James a "gut... More >>

  • New Times' Brandon K. Thorp, Penn Bullock Named to Out 100

    published Nov 17, 2010

    ​Two Miami New Times freelance writers, Brandon K. Thorp  and Penn Bullock, have been named as among the most significant contributors to gay America this year.They join Ricky Martin, Johnny We... More >>

  • Caroline Manzo of Real Housewives Threatens New Times and Co-Star

    published Oct 29, 2010

    Even by Real Housewives of New Jersey standards, this claim is outrageous. "Your father-in-law was murdered and chopped up and placed in front of the Brownstone." This one is rather whacked out, too... More >>

  • We're Moving and Expanding!

    published Oct 28, 2010

    ​After more than 15 years at the same joint, Miami New Times is moving next week. It's not a big change. We are just rolling our stuff a mile north to a pretty little building at 4500 Biscayne Blvd.... More >>

  • We're Moving and Expanding!

    published Oct 28, 2010

    ​After more than 15 years at the same joint, Miami New Times is moving next week. It's not a big change. We are just rolling our stuff a mile north on Biscayne Boulevard to a pretty little building ... More >>

  • We're Moving and Expanding!

    published Oct 28, 2010

    ​After more than 15 years at the same joint, Miami New Times is moving next week. It's not a big change. We are just rolling our stuff a mile north on Biscayne Boulevard to a pretty little building ... More >>

  • We're Moving And Expanding!

    published Oct 28, 2010

    ​After more than 15 years at the same joint, Miami New Times is moving next week. It's not a big change. We are just rolling our stuff a mile north on Biscayne Boulevard to a pretty little building ... More >>

  • Mindy Marques: Savior of the Miami Herald

    published Oct 26, 2010

    ​More than two decades ago, I sat down to work in a sterile office in Doral, and a young woman next to me began swearing like a sailor. "Coño," she said louder than any office voice I had ever hear... More >>

  • Spreading Dry Animal Feces and Other Leaf Blower Dangers

    published Oct 14, 2010

    ​So Coral Gables Commissioner Ralph Cabrera just called up to say that yesterday's post trashing his proposal to ban gasoline-powered leaf blowers in Coral Gables was unfair. He claims to have said ... More >>

  • Immokalee Workers Win Money for Farm Laborers

    published Oct 14, 2010

    ​The Wall Street Journal reports that Pacific Tomato Growers, one of the largest U.S. tomato firms, has agreed to pass a penny-per-pound surcharge on to workers.McDonald's and others ... More >>

  • A Note to Ask a Domme Critics

    published Oct 13, 2010

    ​Ask a Domme rocks. Lera Gavin, the author, penned a feature for New Times earlier this year called "Notes from a Dominatrix" that provided an astute look into a lifestyle that any sane person wants... More >>

  • Frodnesor Responds to Cobaya Post

    published Oct 07, 2010

    Frodnesor, a damn good food blogger whose work I respect, published a lengthy response to a post of ours yesterday. He accused of us of censorship because his comment wasn't published.Note to Frodneso... More >>

  • Muvico Theater in Hialeah to Close Temporarily

    published Sep 17, 2010

    The Muvico theater in Hialeah, a 14-screen place that's been around for 14 years, will close for a multimillion renovation. The dowdy building on West 49th Street has long been a draw for Hialeah and... More >>

  • New Times Cleans Up in Green Eyeshades

    published Sep 14, 2010

    ​Miami New Times cleaned up in the nondaily division of the 60th Annual Green Eyeshade Awards, which determine the best work in 11 Southeastern states. Former staff writer Natalie O'Neill took first... More >>

  • Kaspia at the Webster: Try it Saturday

    published Sep 10, 2010

    ​Kaspia in the Webster Hotel on 12th and Collins has a bizarre history. It's a branch of a Parisian restaurant opened by Russian emigres in 1926 that serves vodka, caviar, champagne and not much mor... More >>

  • Sean Rowe: New Times Writer/Author/Poet Is Dead

    published Aug 30, 2010

    ​Pretty much every word Sean Rowe ever spoke was poetry. Even after he was hit by a train and survived.  I don't say that as praise. I'm not fawning. He just had a way about him.He arrived in M... More >>

  • Dim Sum at Sang's in Miami's Chinatown

    published Aug 09, 2010

    ​Dumplings, pork rolls, and sticky rice, oh my! If Dorothy would have just repeated this mantra in Oz, she wouldn't have had to return to Kansas's burgers and fries. She would have ended up at ... More >>

  • Miami's Own Adnan Shukrijumah Becomes Osama's Lieutenant

    published Aug 06, 2010

    ​I was wrong. Seven years ago, at the Iraq War's start, I wrote a column expressing skepticism about the Bush administration's claim that Adnan Shukrijumah of Miramar was a top terrorist. Earlier to... More >>

  • C'mon, Miami Herald, Hustle Up in the MIA!

    published Aug 02, 2010

    ​The last year or so has been tough for our city's paper of record, where I used to work. Reporters at the Miami Herald have gotten the shaft, and editors have been forced to do double duty. Bu... More >>

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