Skaters haven't always been embraced by city officials, much less considered a positive influence on the community. Remember the early '00s and that spate of skater stereotypes? Yeah, that.
B... More >>
After a successful debut in Winter Park earlier this year, Juice Lab will soon expand its cold-pressed juice bar concept to South Florida this fall. Juice Lab will feature seasonal menus of farm-... More >>
You should never drink and drive, but tomorrow if you find yourself saying things like "No, I only had two, I think I'm OK to drive," it might be an especially good time just to take a cab or catc... More >>
Marco Rubio, a man who used to attend South Beach foam parties, is shifting toward full-out cultural conservative warrior mode as he prepares for his political future.
In a speech today before t... More >>
Dwyane Wade and former Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall run a summer sports academy for kids up in Illinois, but this summer it apparently turned into an episode of "Kids Say the Darndest Thing.... More >>
On the runway, the models of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week... More >>
Just in time for an early start to the weekend, Shuckers Waterfront Grill will open tomorrow at noon.
The iconic waterfront bar and grill that saw so many Miamians beat the heat with a cold bee... More >>
"When one club closes, another one opens."
That seems to be the Golden Rule when it comes to Miami's fickle nightlife scene. Just take a look at the past 12 months.
Within the last year alone... More >>
Pitch down dance music's tempo from the manic 140 beats per minute favored by candy ravers -- pitch it way down -- and you begin to approximate the languid, sensual, baby-making rhythms of Slow ... More >>
On Thursday, July 31, New Times' Iron Fork Miami Spice Kickoff, presented by the Miami Downtown Development Authority, will take place at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Miami, and you don't want ... More >>
In parts of Wynwood, residents face what's known as a "food desert," meaning an area where affordable, nutritious food is difficult to obtain. As the neighborhood's rapidly gentrifies, few soluti... More >>
After some early hope this season, the Marlins will play their 100th game tonight and are marred in mediocrity. It's actually an improvement over the past two seasons, but the team is still 6.5 ga... More >>
A $1 million settlement.
That's what Miami Latin pop singer Katherine Alexander is seeking from Jesus Salas, her former manager and a Spanish Broadcasting Systems Spanish Broadcasting Systems e... More >>
If you've ventured to Latin House Burger & Taco Bar, we hope you've ordered the sangria. Since January 2013, Latin House has been the proud sole purveyor of Sangria Don Chu, a tasty libation mad... More >>
When the traveling indie documentary filmmaker Vincent Moon comes to Miami for a retrospective of his work and a two-day workshop, he hopes to find something to add to his nearly 700-strong catal... More >>
From hurtling down from trees, to being sold for big bucks on the auction block, to making their way into entrées all over town, mangoes are so hot right now. Miami is in the midst of its annual ... More >>
Practically every day this month, I've found myself getting into arguments with someone about how important representation is in media. As many studies have shown, not everyone who goes to the m... More >>
Who the hell is Adrian Wyllie? Well, he's a military vet, an IT consultant and the host of a libertarian radio talk show in Pinellas County. He also might just be Charlie Crist's worst nightmare.... More >>
All too common: Unfortunately the deadly Fourth of July boating accident that killed four, like many of the boating fatalities you wrote about ("Blood on the Water," Trevor Bach,… More >>
"We're finished!" Samuel Del Brocco shouted. The words crashed off the walls of the $2 million mansion, careened across the 500-square-foot swimming pool, and spilled into the quiet Washington, D.C.… More >>