Let's take a step back for a second to appreciate the meaning of October in Miami. While our northern counterparts are currently shivering their hind quarters as they waddle to their jobs, we're sitting on the front porch, sipping a fresh smoothie while writing this guide. Damn, it feels good to be ... More >>
Lesley ElliottIn celebration of National Oyster Day, we present the second installation of our oyster tutorial with Executive Chef of Blue Door Fish and oyster savant extraordinaire, Sean Bernal. Yesterday, he opened up the kitchen and gave us a lesson in everything mollusk related, and today we ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanMenichetti and his mom at the chef's table in Vino e Olio's kitchenWhen we heard Vino e Olio's executive chef Andrea Menichetti would be cooking with his two-Michelin Star-rated chef mama this past week, we couldn't resist heading in for an interview. While it's true the resta ... More >>
With Mad Men reviving interest in the swank side of the '60s, and Miami always a popular setting for TV show it was only a matter of time until someone launched a show set in 1960s Miami. Premium cable channel, Starz, today announced that they've greenlit Magic City, a drama set in a fancy Miami ... More >>
CC by 3.0, via Leftfield Promotion on Wikimedia CommonsBill Aucoin in 2008Bill Aucoin, a music industry legend most famous for discovering Kiss, passed away yesterday at Aventura Hospital and Medical Center. A family spokesperson told the Associated Press it was due to complications from prostate ... More >>
He served his country. Now he wants justice.
Think South Florida cops are crooked? Thank goodness you don't live in Morocco. Omar Ezzaidi, a Moroccan native who now lives in Miami, moved to the United States in 1998, leaving his family behind. Five years later, he became an American citizen and enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. Omar se ... More >>
Hundreds of bodies need names. The contessa of the dead finds them.
El exilio wants him out of jail.
Reviewing the places I go to review the music.
Six plays come to life in 24 hours.
Two vampire classics are back. Unfortunately, this time, they bite.
"He was a hero, and I was let down when he was arrested"
Close down every church so the true church can begin.
White Countess writes an inglorious final chapter for a dynamic filmmaking duo
Drugs, guns, violence, beauty, style, and the illusory world of Miami Vice
Calendar from the issue of July 21, 2005
The days of Sinatra and Sammy may be long gone, but Miami's piano men refuse to stop the music
Meet Camilo Padreda, dynamic businessman, faithful Republican, patron of law enforcement, convicted felon
Old Miami spooks discuss former times and pending threats
That red-haired guy and CSI: Miami put us back on the media map
A dark look at the dues and don'ts of the piano bar
Ronald Hayes hopes to keep developers (and Beach officials) from messing with North Shore Open Space Park
Casablanca had Rick's; Vegas had the Stardust; Miami's cocaine jazz age had the decadent Mutiny Hotel
Ziggy Zilber built a lean, mean, ground-transportation empire, making money and enemies, and working the politicians like a well-oiled machine
MDCC English professor Wade Harris didn't share much about his life. But he might well have shared his murderer.
Growing old together with the Captain and Tennille
Bridge: It's not just a game, it's a subculture. And it's all over this little subcontinent like a cheap suit
You can get embalmed where you used to get bombed. You can buy something to shoot where you used to buy shots. A booze cruise along Bird Road.