Sure, there's plenty of art to be seen during Art Basel Miami Beach, er, Art Basel in Miami Beach. But, let's be honest: You're in Miami. You aren't looking to spend your entire day at the convention center or inside some tent. You want to make irresponsible decisions once the Miami sun goes down. ... More >>
Michael Schwartz has a lot on his plate.While the paint has barely dried on his new Design District restaurant, the Cypress Room, the chef and restaurateur is working on finalizing his place at the Raleigh Hotel in South Beach and is planning an eatery at the new SLS Hotel in Brickell, schedule ... More >>
Beat freaks are notoriously giving. They're the digital age's equivalent to the free-loving longhairs of yesteryear. Reincarnated hippies, if you will, in little more than neon short-shorts and camelback backpacks. As such, DJ-producers have become some of the YouTube generation's biggest rock star ... More >>
If you live or work in downtown Miami, you'll likely notice dozens of people enjoying food from a group of food trucks at Bayfront Park tonight.Called Bayfront Nights, this new roundup organized by Latin Burger & Taco's Jim Heins and Ms. Cheezious' Brian Mullins, premieres this evening and runs ... More >>
Even though Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week have turned into a nine days of EDM, we've keep it pretty low key. Until last night. First stop: The world premiere of Ultra Music Festival's Can U Feel It concert documentary. Standing there on the red carpet was sort of surreal -- mainl ... More >>
Jesus loves electronic dance music. The bearded one with the ripped abs totally answered our prayer to have just one more day with Swedish House Mafia at the Masquerade Motel. A second day -- Saturday, March 24 -- has been announced. At 10 a.m. today, tickets for Day Two of SHM's alternative to ... More >>
Paul Tei and company ponder Sondheim, Steinman, and the meaning of life.
You'll find the masters' works in the parking lot and narcotic beauty inside
Edward Albee's The Zoo Story makes for a crazy day out
A time when the best things come in small packages
Peter Jackson's King Kong earns its crown
Peter Jackson spares no expense for a Kong that's just too long
A Czech artist strives to be uniquely American
Christo's monumental projects share space with intricate miniatures by Joe Fig
Developer Tony Goldman has made a big investment in a small neighborhood
Could Miami really be ahead of New York in forging a new trend?
If you like down and nasty humor, this is your show
Lopez, playing a Maid, can really put the "back" in backlash
The Vive La World tour treks to Miami
The sixth Brazilian Film Festival is a high-definition affair
Meg and Hugh travel through time to find gooey love and good manners
Reinaldo Arenas detested Miami's exile culture as much as Castro's tyranny, and he wasn't shy about saying so
The self-taught feel-good grooves of Mo'Guajiro
If you had your way, what single adjustment would you make to enhance the experience of living in South Florida?
Bruce Matheson doesn't need you or anyone else to tell him what's wrong with his family's legacy, Crandon Park. So just step aside, thank you.