Rosa de la Cruz has been on a bit of a tear lately. On Thursday, she sent the Miami art world into a mid Basel tizzy with an interview claiming that the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) was moving. Now she's not only doubling down on her remarks but also sounding off on the city's other art museum ... More >>
Art Basel Miami Beach just seemed to work out magically this Wednesday night. Parking was shockingly easy to find. Thank you, dude-looking ladies who left early. You rule! Then I ran into a friend at the Bass Museum who was on the list for the A$AP Rocky party at the Delano Hotel, but he wasn't g ... More >>
If you get paid every other week or so, we're gambling seven days' worth of blog salary that there's a $10 bill burning a hole in your pocket. And boy do we have ways for you to spend it. On each and every Friday, Crossfade hits you with a ballin'-on-a-budget guide to Miami, a list of cheap, mu ... More >>
You can say Max Rameau is a social activist trendsetter. Long before the Occupy Wall Street movement was even an idea, Rameau was leading the charge for the disenfranchised 99 percent with his Take Back The Land organization. Five years ago, Rameau came up with the brilliant idea of organizing dozen ... More >>
My editor told me about a dinner he'd had at Talula, and noted the lack of customers. He thinks it deserves better, while my take is that there is a reason for those empty seats. He wrote his thoughts down, and I responded:Miami New Times editor Chuck Strouse: I love Talula. The 23rd Street joint ... More >>
A year-round feast of food and culture in the Magic City.
Purple Popcorn plays White Room tonight.Friday, August 28*For something a little more sophisticated -- and earlier -- check out the Hot Nights, Cool Jazz event at the Bass Museum in South Beach. Admission is $10 and includes an open bar. Click here for full details. *Boy-girl electro-pop duo -- a ... More >>
South Florida's cabbies are inching closer and closer to joining the elite ranks of bomb disposal technicians, 50 Cent's bodyguards and those insane fishermen from "Deadliest Catch." There sure don't seem to be that many jobs more hazardous to your health these days than driving a yellow and black a ... More >>
Judging from 2007, Miami is growing up as an art destination.
"Any officer who deserts [his] soldiers is a coward"
Javier Lumbreras, bon vivant, art collector, and defendant, struts his stuff at the Bass
A city hound visits a winery, learns about gator farming, and denounces cheese cubism
Six summer exhibits keep museum sizzling
Miami plays host to one of the world's most illustrious art fairs
Bass Museum of Art
ArtBasel: Where Did It Come From? What Does It Want?
Artists rise to the occasion in Wynwood
Mining the lost and found of love
Loft insists it's not Ocean Drive and not Maxim -- maybe true, but not by much
To understand architect Lawrence Murray Dixon, skip the show and go for the buildings
Two chefs, a marriage, and a restaurant
From Basel to Brazil, the world's high priests of high culture invade Miami this week, and the locals are ready
What an artist will do to garner the label "provocative" -- but Luis Vidal deserves it
If you're Puff Daddy and you're in need of a career boost, come on down to Miami
Diaspora Vibe Gallery
June 3 - 9, 1999
A legal battle between developer Ron Bloomberg and Beach officials over the fate of the city's cultural campus has both sides fuming
Conni Gordon would like to teach the world to paint in perfect harmony
Miami Beach hits a record high for resort-tax collections. Now if they can just get the deadbeats to pay up...
Which means Marcia Gelbart Walkenstein's illegal art exhibit on South Beach has an incredible amount to say
Southeast Bank's vast art collection awaits the auction block