Stepping foot into a man cave can feel intimidating. This is not a place where one can be watered down. Sports play on large flat-screens, wood paneling covers the walls, and beer pitchers contain floating ice-filled Ziploc bags. This is Hooters, and it is as bold as the orange short shorts riding u ... More >>
Monty Ray Grow spent two years in the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Kansas City Chiefs, and spent his college years with the Florida Gators. He spent last night in jail. The former footballer was arrested after leaving a three-year-old girl in a car while he went into the Diamond Dolls str ... More >>
Sounds like someone is plagued by a serious amount of body thetans. Denise Gentile, the twin sister of David Miscavige, the top religious leader of the Church of Scientology, was arrested in St. Petersburg on marijuana charges over the weekend. Gentile is active in the church as well, and Scientol ... More >>
Congratulations, we're 119th!Gallup has once again released its annual Well-Being Index, and of the country's 189 metropolitan statistical areas, the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano area came in 119th. Which still isn't that great, but it's a stark improvement from our 146th ranking in 2011.
The "Red Headed Stranger" and the "Okie From Muskogee" ride again. That's right ... Ol' Willie Nelson -- the pot-smoking, braid-wearing, hippie-loving outlaw country legend -- just announced some new 2013 tour dates. He's bringing his son Lukas, young gun Jamey Johnson, and the rest of the Nelson ... More >>
See also "Six South Florida Athletes To Keep Tabs On During the Games" and "London 2012 Olympics: South Florida Athletes (Photos)"Something called "the Olympic Spirit" is in the air, and suddenly, we're suppose to care about equestrian sports and whether or not China is sending 10-year-olds to destr ... More >>
There are some artists who can't escape their past, no matter how hard they try. Paul Simon is inextricably linked to Simon & Garfunkle. Robert Plant will always be the tousle-haired, bare-chested vocalist of Led Zeppelin. John Fogerty will never fully put Credence Clearwater Revival behind ... More >>
Morton Plant Hospital/St. Pete TimesAndreea Barbosa was born with two fully functioning uteruses, and she has put both to good work. On September 15, the 24-year-old Clearwater woman gave birth to two babies -- one from each uterus. Doctors say the chances of such a pregnancy happening are one in ... More >>
Our sister paper, the Village Voice, yesterday published an explosive expose on the conflict between Placido Domingo Jr, son of the famous opera tenor, and the Chiurch of Scientology. The younger Domingo, a composer, is in Miami working on a recording.A 20-year member of the Florida-based religio ... More >>
via Bay News 9It's in the 80s and perfectly sunny here in Miami, but our state-mates in the central part of Florida aren't enjoying the same good weather. An apparent tornado that ripped through Tampa has left many areas in Central Florida in disarray. But a report carried by numerous national me ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke educates readers on hip-hoponomics.This month, Oprah Winfrey launched her own network -- OWN -- and she's pushing boundar ... More >>
The museum kicks off the season with fascinating videos, high technology, and light shows.
via open.salon.comYou know what's the best? Winning stuff. Especially when there's money involved! And everybody knows the best way to celebrate a victory: rip off your shirt, flex, and then do a little dance.Which is why we were a little disappointed in Hulk Hogan today. Sure, settling a court c ... More >>
The premiere of Brooke Knows Best's second season was, dare I say, touching. We all know the personal saga of the Hogans (a messy divorce, the son's stint in jail, and the matriarch dating a 19-year-old boy toy), but that episode almost made you feel for a family with loads of money and a dan ... More >>
The Palm The Year of The Lobster, only at The PalmFor 40 years, The Palm has been synonymous with its signature jumbo broiled Nova Scotia lobsters -- well, at least among seafood lovers. Beginning Monday, June 1, we're hearing that The Palm in Bay Harbor Islands will offer a lobster sp ... More >>
It's not often you hear about a new magazine launching. But then, Local Mug Shots operates under a different sort of business model: The writing is minimal/nonexistent, the photography is free, and its most important contributors grace the pages against their will. We just got our copy of Volume ... More >>
Former Kendall resident OJ Simpson and former Miami Beach resident Hulk Hogan probably could have been friends during the time in Miami-Dade, because Hogan seems to think they both have a lot in common. In a recent interview with once-relevant music magazine Rolling Stone, the wrestler let it be ... More >>
Experimental film at MOCA
Florida businessman-turned-inventor Doug Sturlingh just filed patent papers for a product he believes will "change the world." It's called the Genital Shield, and -- though the name is a bit of a boner-shrinker -- he believes it will eventually rid the planet of STDs. His target consumer: responsibl ... More >>
Will Erin Meehan be the first female ref in the NFL?
MoCA kicks off Miami's tryst with Cunningham
How much does size really matter?
New and ancient, real and perceived, Occidental and Oriental
Locals weigh in on the meaning of Miami's week in the artistic sun
Lichtenstein knew the art was in the reproduction and representation
Name That Visionary: Dyslexic free weekly falls short of prefection
The master who got right to the point
The famous Swede kicks it up for Whorehouse
Big Eighties Whiplash
In a town that worships image, local artists take it one step further
Some squirrels gather nuts for the winter. Others are nuts all the time.