Apparently there are some people out there who don't think Attorney General Pam Bondi is doing a good enough job defending Florida's ban on same-sex marriage, which a federal jude just ruled yeste... More >>
Art Basel Miami Beach is facing yet another change of hands. Gallerist reports that longtime Basel figure Annette Schönholzer will step down as Director of New Initiatives to pursue other cultura... More >>
It's finally Friday, and that means we are thirstier than a motherfucker for this workweek to be over.
Of course, the only thing that can quell our craving is a cold, delicious brewksie enjoy... More >>
Tomorrow night, the Miami Central Rockets, the eighth best high school football team in the nation according to USA Today, will gear up in Hoover, Alabama, to take on the third ranked Hoover High.... More >>
The concept of "Creole" is far more complex than most people who only had a passing interest in their 8th grade history courses might recognize. To most Miamians, it's a language spoken in Haiti... More >>
Here's a scenario.
It's lunchtime and you're starving. While there might be a place to grab a tuna sandwich nearby, you've got a hankering for a rack of Uncle Tom's Barbecue's ribs ($19.95) and... More >>
Terrapin, the turtle-themed brewery that hails from Athens, Georgia, is a consistent hit with beer fans. The craft brewery's beers have won numerous awards at the U.S. Open Beer Championship, Ca... More >>
Police caught two suspects burglarizing boats at the marina near the Miami Marine Stadium in the early hours of Friday morning. Police than chased the men, but the suspects ended up jumping off o... More >>
Roasted chicken might just be everyone's go-to comfort meal. In celebration of the crispy yet juicy bird, Whole Foods is hosting a one-day national sale today on their humanely raised, antibiotic... More >>
Fiberglass peacocks, warehouse walls, even recycling bins: Miami artists have embraced their fair share of non-traditional canvases. Now, it's time to add tequila barrels to the lineup.
Herradu... More >>
Here's good news, Miami. Although it's about a million degrees out and we're on tropical storm alert, fall is right around the corner. Kids are back at school and our town is emerging from its h... More >>
Pesky ol' 96L, the awkwardly named system that still needs to organize a bit more before earning the more dignified moniker of Tropical Storm Cristobal, is soaking the Lesser Antilles this morni... More >>
While it is better known for inventive cocktails than craft beer, Haven South Beach is catering to lovers of brew with its upcoming beer pairing dinner.
Executive chef Todd Erickson will collab... More >>
The Miami chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police has come out in support of Ferguson officer Darren Wilson, the cop who fatally shot Michael Brown and sparked the monthlong conflict in Missouri.... More >>
Why do wayward women have to be penitent? That was the thought tearing through Tori Amos' mind as she gazed upon an etching entitled "Geraldine" by the Irish artist Daniel Maclise. "It got me t... More >>
We know, we know. You've hustled your way through this hot-ass workweek, and all you want to do is kick back with another round of Sharknado 2. But now's the time to dig deep. There's local art t... More >>
Don't have plans for Saturday night? Patpong Road, the bar founded by restaurant group 50 Eggs and located above Khong River House, is celebrating its first anniversary with free well and signatu... More >>
Conventional forms of meat consumption are so passe in our post- Andrew Zimmern world. Ever since Bizarre Foods came on the scene, budding foodies have been trying to outdo themselves in the cons... More >>
Recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, have raised questions about the militarization of American police departments. When angry protesters took to the streets to demand justice, Ferguson police r... More >>
All month long, Cultist's Miami Icons series has spotlighted Miami's most deserving landmarks. There are the obvious choices, like Ocean Drive's Colony Hotel. There are the historical gems, like ... More >>
U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle ruled today that Florida's gay marriage ban violates the 14th Amendment's guarantees of equal protection and due process. The federal judge's ruling follows simi... More >>
Your mom's favorite local entertainment reporter is leaving for L.A.
After more than ten years sitting behind the desk of WSVN's Deco Drive, Louis Aguirre is heading to Los Angeles as the new co-... More >>
Miami is about to get a piece of world history, just in time for the Art Basel madness to come this winter. German officials announced that Miami will receive a two-ton piece of the Berlin Wall ... More >>
Every serious music lover dreams of opening a live-music bar.
The chance to program and design your own venue, every week, six days out of seven, is the life. Sure, it can be tough, but fellow... More >>
The world has had its attention on Ferguson, Mo., and the shooting death case of Michael Brown, a young, unarmed black man who was killed by police officer Darren Wilson.
Because of the nature... More >>
On this week's Voice Film Club podcast, Alan Scherstuhl and Stephanie Zacharek of The Village Voice and Amy Nicholson of L.A. Weekly sift through the smoldering pile of action movie that is the ... More >>
Have you been outside? It's freaking hot out there. The only thing August in Miami is good for is sitting on a beach or your backyard and having an ice cold lemonade. Or a cocktail. Or both.
Th... More >>
Miami may be known for many things, but history isn't always foremost among them.
Oh sure, there's the ancient Tequesta ruins squeezed beneath a rare stretch of untilled land adjacent to downtown... More >>
From high above Biscayne Boulevard, Frank Steslow peers down into what looks like the world's largest punch bowl. Grown men crawl like insects inside the massive martini-glass-shaped structure. Rebar pokes… More >>
Robert Baumann watched as his ex-girlfriend changed before his eyes, going from a free-spirited girl from Broward to an angry young woman with radical, hard-right politics.
But it wasn't Megan Everett's… More >>
For Karen Deilke, Coconut Grove's monthly drum circle isn't just a key piece of the neighborhood's tight-knit artistic community and a vestige of its fading bohemian roots. The acclaimed Texas-born… More >>
When Panthers Attack
The truth emerges: Thanks for the great article about the threat to farmers and Gladesmen from a resurgent Florida panther population ("It Came From the Glades," Allie Conti,… More >>