Serendipity 3 has long been known as the ice cream parlor to the stars. The decadent restaurant was opened in 1954 in a New York City brownstone and quickly became the place to see, be seen and eat ice cream. Andy Warhol traded art for food, Jackie Kennedy Onassis tried (unsuccessfully) ... More >>
It's that time of year again when we count down to New Times' Best of Miami 2012 issue in June. Until then, Short Order will serve up 100 of our favorite dishes in the 305. If you have any nominations of your own, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Spiked Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at ... More >>
A dozen rows of 220 upright empty toilet paper rolls are lined up neatly against one another on a wood table. The center of the cardboard cylinders are stuffed with crumpled up pieces of even more empty toilet paper rolls. Los Angeles gallery owner Mihai Nicodim, a silver fox with a heavy easter ... More >>
This year's best picks: Pig pens, pop-up pianos, and hip-hop pioneers.
It's technically day one, but the madness has already begun. We've seen buck naked supervillains. We've seen flashy disco flooring. We've even seen photo evidence of Andy Warhol looking relatively normal. It's a lot to take in. Can you even handle any more Basel?Of course you can, especially with ... More >>
Serendipity 3, the Manhattan ice-cream parlor frequented by the likes of Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe, Oprah Winfrey, and Katie Holmes, is coming to Lincoln Road in a matter of weeks.The restaurant, located between Lenox Avenue and Alton Road, had some intriguing signs on its windows. One invited ... More >>
Photograph: Daniel Edwards/Cory Allen Contemporary ArtJustin and Selena as One by Daniel Edwards. Artist Daniel Edwards is best known for casting a life-sized sculpture of Britney Spears giving birth on all fours, hunched over a bear skin rug. (As if Brit were that earthy!) But now Edwards has sh ... More >>
In a move that would surely tickle its founder Andy Warhol, Interview Magazine will be curating the Mondrian South Beach's luxury vending machine during Art Basel. Mondrian's vending machine, which we wrote about earlier this year, usually includes such pedestrian items as a $400 marab ... More >>
Imagine if cyberspace had existed when Andy Warhol was alive. He would have been a vlogger, I'm sure. This one is for you Andy! The entire video below was made with my one-and-only Prunk Phone (my friends call it a "ghetto iPhone"). "Drunk" Ken recently called Rollins on the Prunk Phone, ... More >>
Few dealers in town can claim the longevity of Barbara Gillman, who began peddling art out of her home 40 years ago. "Back then I was selling to local banks and thought, 'Wow! This is easy.'"The self-styled doyenne of the fledgling South Florida arts scene went on to open her own gallery in 1979 and ... More >>
Art meets rock at a raucous new MoCA exhibition.
At MOCAs latest exhibit, the bands on the run.
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Warhol's film legacy on tour
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A pop culture piñata on exhibit
A dazzling exhibit reveals how artists used the camera as a tool of subversion
Film auteur Paul Morrissey hates it when the art superstar pops up
International Ballet Festival of Miami
"About Face: Andy Warhol Portraits"