We all deluded ourselves into thinking that Lincoln Road could become some sort of quirky subversion of the suburban mall shopping experience. That the uniquely Miami culture the strip once exemplified could survive peacefully alongside giant corporations' fast fashion mega-stores. Sure, for a while ... More >>
There's no soul more blighted in the Miami Beach panorama than a car-locked driver around 9 a.m. at 14th and Alton, who sits behind dozen of cars, wondering just what in God's name is happening at the front of the line to engender such congestion. Worse, there's no clear answer to this question. Bu ... More >>
Umami Burger may not be a familiar name to us here in Miami, but the California chain has been named "Burger of the Year" by GQ magazine. It is also frequented by celebrities and has even been featured on a Saturday Night Live skit.Umami's founder and CEO has been looking into expanding the brand in ... More >>
By now, you probably know that you can bring wine and get boozy in the grass while watching a free movie with the New World Center wallcasts. And you're also likely aware that -- although it used to be easier -- a determined drunk can definitely get sloshed for free on the Second Saturday Art Wal ... More >>
Photo by Liam CrottyDeuce founder Mac Klein.Whenever we here at Crossfade happen to be awake at 4 a.m. on Monday morning, we slip on a pair of smashed sunglasses, flag a cab, and go grab breakfast -- you know, a couple of shots and a nice cold beer -- at Mac's Club Deuce. It's one of Ameri ... More >>
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How to be homeless on Miami Beach
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Eisenhower was president, shark-finned Cadillacs ruled the highways, and Miami Beach was the nightlife capital of the Western Hemisphere