We're not quite sure why Ryan Murphy decided to set this Freak Show themed season of American Horror Story in 1950s Jupiter, Florida, unless there's some as yet unrevealed planetary or zodialogic... More >>
Other than catching a warning from a rare bus sign or billboard, the horrors of human trafficking don't really register on Miami's radar. Giving voice to such ugly issues is half the battle of co... More >>
How tight can a governor's race get? Tighter than Rick Scott's terrifying debate smile? Tighter than Charlie Crist's artificially orange skin? Yep, that's how tight the race for the Florida gover... More >>
A night where blood-sucking vampires dressed in black and red pasties and fishnet stalkings fist pump alongside flesh-eating zombies, where half-naked camo girls grind up on shr... More >>
Though he's probably best known as the "King Slayer" Jaime Lannister on the hit HBO swords and sorcery series Game of Thrones, Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has been a respected actor in wor... More >>
Only three days till Tobacco Road closes.
But today, a news conference was held at the almost-102-year-old club to reaffirm that "Miami's oldest bar will live on."
As reported by Crossfade se... More >>
Florida's billionaire Gov. Rick Scott paid for his first campaign out of his own incredibly deep pockets. This time around, he promised to fund his reelection efforts through more traditional mean... More >>
Lincoln Road's transformation from bohemian strip to a sunny urban outpost for suburban mall chain stores continues. The nonprofit ArtCenter South Florida has sold their outpost at 800 Lincoln Ro... More >>
When Tobacco Road closes its doors during the early hours of October 26, it will mark the end of century's worth of music, drink, food, and memories.
The Road, as it is fondly called, has been... More >>
It's awards season and the hyped movies are starting to land in theaters. On this week's Voice Film Club podcast, we talk about Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman, starring Michael Keaton, an... More >>
Since 2006 Miami's Webbz has worked with Rick Ross, Flo Rida, and Gunplay.
And though he's always proud of his friends' triumphs, it can still get a little frustrating when everyone around you... More >>
One of the most viral stories on the internet in the past 24 hours is the news that South Miami City Commission passed a resolution calling for the division of Florida into two separate states. It... More >>
The 17th Annual New Times' Original Beerfest, presented by Isle Casino, happens this Saturday and it's going to be epic, people.
If you love beer, there's absolutely no better way to spend your... More >>
People's Choice Awards nominees are live. The community can vote now through November 17 via text message for one of six selected Knight Arts Challenge finalists to receive $20,000 to fund their... More >>
After spending an entire day with Daniel Boulud, I realized why the 60-year-old chef and restaurateur with 14 properties under his belt is showing no signs of slowing down.
So many chefs have c... More >>
It's time to snatch some pieces from your fellow art lovers' fingertips: The annual Smash & Grab fundraiser kicks off this Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Locust Projects, Miami's longest-running altern... More >>
For years, a prevailing knock on Miami has been that the young and educated move away in a perpetual brain drain to towns with more diverse, tech-driven economies. Sure, the Magic City is lovely, ... More >>
For 35 years, 7 Seconds has been a stalwart of the hardcore punk scene. Founded in Reno by brothers Kevin and Steve Marvelli (rechristened Seconds and Youth, respectively), the Sacramento native... More >>
More than a way of eating, veganism is a lifestyle. And since people in the plant-powered movement tend to share the same values, it only makes sense that they'd want to find each other -- for bot... More >>
Construction of the taproom at MIA Brewing Company is nearly complete, and the brewery is looking to fill several positions behind the bar.
Owner Eddie Leon has about a dozens spots to fill (i... More >>
Hal Kreitman is having a staring contest with an eight-foot bull gator. It's a Monday morning, and fast-moving cloud cover yanks shadows across a shallow pond nestled along an empty stretch of Lo... More >>
The Hess Select South Beach Seafood Festival returns for its second year with a host of dinners and events. Starting today October 22, South Beach will get fishy with dinners, a wine-and-dine ar... More >>
Miami's film community is on fire. From big festivals to international screenings, local filmmakers are making waves, and indie heavyweight Sundance is taking notice.
The Sundance Institute ann... More >>
Amazingly enough, it's already almost time to turn your attention to what's happening down on Biscayne Boulevard, as your new-look, less-hyped Miami Heat returns a week from today, looking to prov... More >>
Dangling from the ceiling in diamond-studded pasties, flirting their way through the drunken crowd with snazzy props, and dancing atop the DJ booth with neon lights wrapped around their waists..... More >>