Beer drinkers rejoice, because South Florida Beer Week is upon us. This annual celebration of local brew is growing with our beer scene. And, although many of the events are scattered throughout the northern part of the South Florida region (think Broward and Palm Beach Counties), this year's sched ... More >>
Miami's filled with a bunch of sluts. Everywhere we turn, there's a slutty gal strutting up and down the street making the ladies in red proud. Nipples and the general boob area make more appearances on South Beach than beer in Milwaukee. Ass cheeks and midriffs are just about as common down her ... More >>
I kid you not. The multi-million-record-selling, Grammy-toting Nuyorican salsa singer announced in a press conference yesterday that he has bought a stake in Miami's beloved Fins. The deal places Anthony alongside fellow Latin music royalty, Gloria and Emilio Estefan, who gave new meaning to the ... More >>
Spinello Gallery, to be exact.
A decade after Newsweek named him tops, Bill Teck is back.
The intoxicating Celia Cruz sends us swooning at the Bass
In Moro No Brasil, a Finnish director travels to Rio to uncover the roots of its rhythm
Savor sensual paintings over a snifter of Hennessey
Irma Vep is a mystery with mirth
Art Miami is kickin it with international flair
The Miami Film Festival goes global
Cuban trade, crabby cabbies, and peace marchers
Al Dubin was talented, troubled, and tough to portray
Teen pop isn't over until the Brazilian kids sing
Forget crossover: Selling a Colombian rock band in the United States is a mission for the custodians of culture -- or a very powerful magician
A modern adaptation of the Orpheus myth as shantytown tragedy
Woman on Top, from Brazil, suffers from terrible writing, marginal acting, lapses of logic, and smugness. Help!
The FIU 17th Miami Film Festival
An Afro-Cuban jazz giant enjoys newfound success
The effort to gentrify historic Buena Vista Has activists stalking city code inspectors, developers drooling, and racial tensions rising
Full of dark truths, new Cuban films and videos raise the shades on the island's past, illuminate its present, and -- maybe -- predict its future
Miami rolled out the red carpet for visiting travel honchos. They ate, they drank, they went back home.
In Miami the big names are trying to say adi centss Carmen Miranda and hola Latin jazz renaissance