Growing up as an angst-riddled suburban teen in South Florida, no site was more welcome than the Greek diner disguised in neon and palm fronds locales known as Miami Subs. For decades, the Magic City has been a Petri dish for successful fast food franchises to experiment in off-beat concepts to take ... More >>
Since 1960's Benihana has been known as the place in which to have "dinner and a show" with its teppanyaki restaurants. The Miami-based chain is much beloved as a place to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries because of its communal tables and entertaining chefs that perform intricate displays of k ... More >>
The signs outside the 12-story property at 17th Street and Collins Avenue have been announcing the arrival of SLS Hotel to South Beach for years (literally). From either Collins or the beach, we've been teased with the promise of dining at Katsuya or The Bazaar or sunning at a rooftop pool. It looks ... More >>
All Tomorrow's Parties -- or rather, the American spinoff of the original English festival -- may get a little less hype than the other blockbuster summer festivals in this country, but it's one of the best going. That's because rather than just splatter the latest hype bands across a bunch of st ... More >>
Who knew three days of peace and music would oppress us for 40 years?
Hace ocho años, alquien mató a Al Sicherer. Sigue la busqueda de su asesino.
Stories for the tribe at the JCC.
Check these guys out at The Fillmore.
SwayzeFest 2008 showcases a bad-ass of the American screen.
Harold and Kumar get shipped to Gitmo in this forced act two.
Tony DeSare is duly flattered by comparisons to Sinatra. Then again, the Chairman of the Board never covered Prince
Jim Jarmusch gets few answers in an existential journey through America
Lido Spa's sale to a hip hotelier is not just the end of an era -- it's a death in the family
How two Jews from Jersey grew up in North Miami and found their inner Billy Joel in the bowels of an 88
The Dinner Party has a hard time deciding whether it's farce or tragedy
Is this play rude, crude, and offensive? Yes, but not in a good way.
Between optimism and despair, there's comic (and author) Richard Lewis
You Can Count on Me starts small but works its way to bigness
Larry Harlow sounds off on the sad state of salsa
This year's Fort Lauderdale Film Festival kicks off with a week on South Beach
Sophie, Totie, & Belle
Roberto Torres is the leader of the band, the singer of the songs, and the keeper of the Cuban musical flame
For Yehudis Levitin, painting was the path to freedom from the strict Hasidic world
The church is Russian. The priest is from Boston. The founders were midgets. And the congregation is slim to none.
Conni Gordon would like to teach the world to paint in perfect harmony
By state law, judges get elected just like politicians -- a system so idiotic it's criminal. Will somebody please reproach the bench?
The condo kings at Crescent Heights say they're changing the face of Miami Beach. They certainly are.
For the comics who play South Florida's condo circuit, knockin' 'em dead is a disturbingly distinct possibility
Eisenhower was president, shark-finned Cadillacs ruled the highways, and Miami Beach was the nightlife capital of the Western Hemisphere