Liz Tracy has her master’s degree in religion from Florida State University. She has written for publications such as Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and Ocean Drive. Liz spent three years as New Times Broward-Palm Beach’s music editor and is currently the managing editor at Tom Tom Magazine.
2 days ago | Books
On January 20, 2013, Cuban-American poet Richard Blanco presented his poem "One Today" to a shivering crowd waiting to see Barack Obama sworn in for a second term. Zooming his poetic lens in and out, he offers a literary portrait of American life ...
3 days ago | Celebrities
NeNe Leakes is a poetess of shade. She can rip you to shreds with a clever and funny rhyme. Her brains, sass, and good heart made her the most popular and consistently likable cast member of her original claim to fame, The Real Housewives of Atlan...
4 days ago | Things To Do
Thursday You read about the best things to do each week right here. Well, what about the best things to do, eat, and experience all the time? At New Times' Best of Miami Party, get a taste of the people, businesses, and institutions that make Miam...
11 days ago | Things To Do
Thursday The holiday Juneteenth is celebrated Tuesday the 19th to commemorate the 1865 emancipation of slaves in the former Confederacy. To remember this momentous day, Pérez Art Museum Miami, in conjunction with the National Museum of African Ame...
18 days ago | Things To Do
Thursday Things that are now 33 years old: The original Wrestlemania. Pictionary. Back to the Future. And, locally, the Community Arts Program's (CAP) Summer Concert Series! The series' 33rd year will kick off Thursday with a snazzy performance by...
19 days ago | Concerts
For decades, Dave Daniels, the original owner of Little Haiti's Churchill's Pub, lived in a quaint house behind the bar. Just outside his window, live music wailed, drunken lovers humped on his washing machine, and petty fights raged. Daniels has ...