South Miami's popular craft beer outpost, Cervezas, is now under the ownership of another local drinking den - Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern. The acquisition announcement was made via the two bars' Facebook pages last night. Read also: - Best Bar for a Bender: Cerveza - 4/20 "Get Stone'd" Sto ... More >>
Yesterday, we asked if a mysterious woman with a stroller was responsible for setting fire to a Michaels arts and crafts stores down in Kendall. Well, police have now located the mystery woman according to CBS Miami. She denied any wrongdoing and, apparently, persuaded police enough of her innoce ... More >>
Fresh off a fashion show in Costa Rica, designer and artist Karelle Levy spoke with us about her Krelwear boutique that reopens tonight and her solo exhibit at the David Castillo Gallery next week. Her fashions are silhouette-skimming, "toobular" knits cropped for Miami's oppressive heat. The see ... More >>
An autumnal festival flutters to Earth at Fairchild.
Same as the old fashion mecca, with added Sweat.
Catch it at the Ocean Waves QuiltFest! Woo-hoo!
Get excited about knitting at Yarn It!
Go south, pick on a mango for a change.
Fairchild is full of music and delight
María Magdalena Campos-Pons turns her gaze outward in the first deep view of her career
Viva Piñata is adorable -- and misleading
In this age of artistic appropriation, everything is fair game
Three views of time, space, and light
Sex Mob flies in the face of traditionalists with its pop-inspired avant-jazz sound
After almost twenty years, New Orleans's Rebirth Brass Band is still irresistible
WinterNational Thanksgiving Day Parade
Community Family Thrift Store
Liliana Perez Piñata Factory
Miccosukee designer Renee Osceola combines a flair for high fashion with an acute understanding of native tradition
The Miami Springs Museum
"Hey, I'm no Calvin Klein," says Shanie Jacobs. Yet her handmade angora garments fetch up to $2500 a pop.
For master craftsman Abe Rich, making world-class pool cues is more than a job -- it's a way of life.
She's no doctor, but when the glitterati needed beauty triage during Miami's heyday, Ruth Regina always came through with coif medicine