Remember Leonard Abess, the former banker who sold his company and gave $60 million to his own employees? Well, he's just been named the new chairman of the board of trustees at the University of Miami.
Check out Riki Altman's interview with Eric Chopin, the executive chef at the American Airlines Arena.Five feet and 10 inches of Heat feeding fury.So the Heat lost last night. One person who can't be blamed is Chef Michael Jacobs, the man who makes the team's breakfasts and lunches when they practic ... More >>
We were not surprised when it was announced that Barton G would be opening a restaurant, Prelude by Barton G, at the Adrienne Arsht center. He is a true showman and his original restaurant Barton G. is more reminiscent of a circus act than a fine dining establishment. It is true, Barton G has rec ... More >>
Adrienne Arsht makes her debut this year on the The Chronicle of Philanthropy's top 50 American philanthropists, thanks largely to her donation last year of $30 million to the downtown performing arts center that now bears her name. In total, Arsht donated $43.3 million in 2008, placing her at numbe ... More >>
Lo, an ode to the Arshts new play, in iambic pentameter.
John McCain will be holding a rally at FIU today. [local 10] Everyone is poor now, so expect Art Basel parties to be a bit less lavish. Fewer parties at Art Basel? Oh no, this really is the second great depression. [Herald] Regardless of the awesome-ness level of the parties, Basel will be here for ... More >>
Watch for Frank Rollason to emerge from the slime
There are good reasons to vote August 31, but the county mayor's race isn't one of them. Here are five reasons why.
Miami's business leaders vowed to yank MIA from the clutches of politicians, but the politicians yanked back
So you weren't among those lucky few who dined with the king and queen? Consider it a compliment.