Former Miami Police officer Jose Maldonado-Dick will remain on lockup over the holidays. A judge ruled today during Maldonado-Dick's second appearance in bond court that he will not be eligible f... More >>
Do the Peacock.
'Cause Miami New Times just became the musical party planner for the Coconut Grove Arts Festival.
Today, CGAF (that's the fest's catchy new acronym, pronounced see-gaf) announ... More >>
Is music really "art"? What about music videos? The Pérez Art Museum Miami seems to think so. For Art Basel Miami Beach 2014, PAMM commissioned and premiered a music video from NYC productio... More >>
On November 13th, Bradley Holt, 24, was standing in front of an apartment building when a yellow Mustang pulled up and tried to do donuts in a parking lot where a group of children were playing.... More >>
Open up a holiday cookbook, and eggs feature prominently in most recipes. Cookies, cakes, pies -- you name it, it's got an egg in it. Eggless eaters are often left struggling for substitutions.
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Micol Hebron had a standout Art Basel. She performed Roll Call , a Carolee Schneemann-inspired performance during which Hebron read aloud the low percentages of women artists represented by art ... More >>
Sony assumed North Korea would hate the movie. The question was: What would it do? Pyongyang had just tested its atom bomb and threatened "preemptive nuclear attack." And the Supreme Leader with ... More >>
From 1994 until 2008 the Miami Hurricanes were on a historic talent producing run, with a player being selected in the first round of the NFL draft every year for 14 years.
Since then, however,... More >>
Editor's note: Sony has officially canceled the theatrical release of The Interview following terrorist threats against theaters, and the announcement that several major theater chains had opted... More >>
The funniest and most incisive show on television is ending this week -- so let's look back at how it began. On October 17, 2005, a power-suited Stephen Colbert furrowed his eyebrows and showed ... More >>
Growing up in Brooklyn, my parents had a bar. Purchased through the Macy's catalog, it was a small octagon end table that opened up into a place to store bottles and glasses. Though they were qu... More >>
A federal judge told him to drop the plan. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals told him it was illegal. Then the U.S. Supreme Court refused to listen to his arguments.
But despite losing over and... More >>
Like pumpkin is to fall, eggnog is to winter. The rich, traditional Christmas treat is everywhere for the next couple weeks. But for non-dairy drinkers, the cream and eggs mean it's out of the q... More >>
Stop lettin' your tape rock till it pops. There's a new place in town to get a dose of classic hip-hop.
Every Thursday, DJ YNot is taking over downtown Miami's Therapy with Juicy, a night of ... More >>
Christmas is almost upon us. It's usually one of the few days out of the year that even restaurants close to allow employees time with family and friends.
But, since we're in a major city, the... More >>
Somewhere between the buns and beef, the magic of a burger happens. Bite in and you have a complete meal and a piece of Americana between your fingertips.
Miami has all kinds of crazy patty va... More >>
Yesterday's joint announcement between President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro that they intend to normalize relations between the two long divided countries was undoubtedly the most... More >>
"The City of Miami is only 200 miles or so from Havana. Countless thousands of Cubans have come to Miami -- on planes and makeshift rafts; some with little but the shirt on their back and hope i... More >>
With something like 50 records released this year alone, including original cuts and remixes on top labels like Defected, Poker Flat, and his own Maya Records, Joeski's certainly as prolific as... More >>
TV continued to unmoor from its origins and transform into something else this year. No longer tethered to a specific appliance, a particular kind of storytelling, or even commercial concerns, "... More >>
Back in 2013, Beyonce and Jay-Z randomly (and controversially) popped up in Cuba to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. Just 18 months later, President Obama announces a normalization of ... More >>