The director on Passion's battles — and avoiding sequels.
With the 2013 Miami Dolphins football season nearing, fans of all shapes, sizes, and attitudes are readying themselves for the return of the NFL. Some of us are 75 years old and lived through a time when this franchise was second to none. Others are in our mid-30s and for the vast majority of those ... More >>
What an incredible roller-coaster ride the Miami Heat took us on this season, filled with twists and turns, ups and downs, and in the end, utter satisfaction. It's rare that a sequel out-awesomes the original, but the 2013 Miami Heat season did just that. It was The Dark Knight of NBA seasons for Mi ... More >>
Marta Xochilt PerezBig pimp Ricky Rozay flashes some deep V.Rick Ross and Raekwon With Thee Tom Hardy, Phil Adé, DJ Keen One, and DJ Money Mekka Saturday, October 23, 2010 Better than: Ten cargo containers full of fake shit. At precisely 8 p.m. on Saturday night, international swag smuggling o ... More >>
Executive chef Brian CantrellEver met Brian Cantrell, A Fish Called Avalon's executive chef and general manager? He's no stranger to South Florida, though he grew up hunting and fishing in the Blue Ridge Mountains near his farm home in Hendersonville, North Carolina. [Editor's Note: He still clai ... More >>
The feds say a local man smuggled millions of smokes for terrorists. He's not alone.
Hip-hop, cars, and Cuban-American culture in a jaw-dropping exhibit.
Seeing Miami in a movie or a TV show or music video turns on my internal geek switch. I'm super excited to see the 305 represented on the screen, but I approach America's assessment of Miami like one of those guys that knows the names of the different kinds of robots in the movies about Star Wars.Ta ... More >>
He wants to set the record straight.
Andy Garcia gets by with a little help from his friend
Art Basel approaches. Plus: "I think they should serve at least red wine."
Big names? Big Deal. An alternative take on the Book Fair.
A Soldier's Fugue offers the view from the ground, times three
2002 Week two: Cuba, Spain, Iceland, Poland, U.S.A., and more
Something you may do if you miss this play
Mosaic Theatre's spoof
No one should be, when it's done this well
A sleep-deprived Al Pacino tangles with a psycho Robin Williams in Christopher Nolan's Insomnia
Hey you, famous person! Wait in line!
When clueless tourist meets shameless skipper, it's a good bet there'll be blood on the docks
When five paintings disappeared from a hip South Beach joint, the pretty people started pointing fingers
Even New Times critics liked what they saw
The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc
The Wizard of Odd
What litigant is willing to take Madonna, the CIA, and Governor Chiles to court? It's Alfredo F. de Castro, Miami's one-man suit factory.
Loyal to this music of memories, traditionalists keep the faith at Gaucho's Cafe
She's no doctor, but when the glitterati needed beauty triage during Miami's heyday, Ruth Regina always came through with coif medicine