The quest for a good meatball and a great meatball sandwich is always on my mind. I long to say "That's a good meatball" like Adam Sandler's character proclaimed in The Wedding Singer. In the 1998 comedy, an old lady places one meatball in each of the wedding singer's hands and encourages him to tak ... More >>
Valentine's Day is generally accepted as a stupid holiday for saps, Hallmark and women with no spines. The only thing it's good for is selling candy and giving Hollywood another excuse to make a disgusting and totally implausible rom-coms that no one will remember. Still, being single on Nation ... More >>
In many ways, 2011 was a great one for movies. Some really good films came out this year -- some that broke the mold and swirled genres together in unprecedented ways. Several icons of the movie world made remarkable contributions that should be mentioned at the year's close. On the other hand, y ... More >>
Nadia G. FacebookIt's Christmas Time...show me your ding dong!Everyone loves to get into the act for Christmas. For some reason, snowmen and brightly lit trees make everyone want to record a song. Adam Sandler, Paul McCartney, and David Bowie among those who have felt the need to share the ... More >>
Adam Sandler is right. Thanksgiving is a special time of year. But we're already sick of his song and dance, and the last movie he made was so terrible that even turkeys begged for a trip to the ovens rather than watch it. So here are the true top ten greatest Thanksgiving songs. They will remind ... More >>
Palm Restaurant is the oldest family-owned white tablecloth restaurant group in the country, with some 28 venues in 24 cities. Bay Harbor is home to Miami's Palm (we had two for awhile here in South Florida, but the one by Merrick Park didn't make it). I've had some really great meals there, and ... More >>
Jacob KatelBite your screen.STK at the Gansevoort South Beach is the nightlife answer to the steakhouse. A dark lit room, restaurant DJ, velvet ropes, a doorman, stilettos, and silicone all add up to black cards, bottles, and hot fired flesh from land and sea, truffle oil in the air, and the side ... More >>
In the movie You Don't Mess With the Zohan, Adam Sandler and his Israeli countrymen are so enamored with hummus that they practically shower with the chickpea condiment. In Miami, people are just as devoted to this Middle Eastern snack. Hummus shows up on the most lowbrow menus in the city, as well ... More >>
Here is the video for a song called Turkey Murder (The Thanksgiving Song), it's no Adam Sandler Thanksgiving Song, but that song is played out anyways. What with all this internet and all these cameras, and all these softwares you'd figure somebody would have come up with a new classic by now, bu ... More >>
Jackie Sayet The commuter-friendly 'grab and go' counter is the first of its kind for Publix in Miami(To the tune of Adam Sandler's Lunch Lady Land)Open up at 6 a.m.Got on my sage green polo Served croquetas de jamonCon un poco de amorGot no clue why we sell gallon jugs of milkJust know every ... More >>
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