Read our investigation into horse doping: "Cheaters Prosper at Calder Race Course."Last week, New Times published a feature article on horse doping at Calder Race Course. The investigation found that trainer Kirk Ziadie had violated state drug standards 41 times but had only been fined a total of $1 ... More >>
A woman who attempted to snatch a purse this weekend at the ritzy Bal Harbour Shops ended up falling from the mall's second story while trying to escape. The victim, who had $20,000 in cash in the purse, had attempted to chase after the would-be burglar.
As Miami Dolphins fans, our gut reaction to Tom Brady is "ugh," so we guess it's only fitting he's the new poster boy for Ugg for Men boots. Yes, Uggs, those horribly ugly sheepskin affronts to footwear decency favored by circa 2005 UM sorority girls (paired with miniskirts, naturally) and middle ... More >>
Lets say you're the biggest Miami Heat fan ever. You own every Heat star's signature shoe in every available color. You have signed memorabilia dating back to '88. You even have Chris Bosh's jersey in all three shades. But do you possess a $27,500 limited-edition watch designed by Dwyane Wade? Pr ... More >>
via SportsGridAt recent Miami Heat home games, there have been not only groans and "ugh"s in the stands, but also Uggs. As in those ugly furry boots that University of Miami sorority sisters wear with miniskirts any time the temperature dips below 70. Those crimes against footwear really have no ... More >>
via SportsGridAt Miami Heat home games lately there have been for than a few of groans and "ughs" in the stands, but there have been literal Uggs. As in those ugly furry boots that University of Miami sorority sisters put on with miniskirts any time the temperature dips below 70. Those crimes aga ... More >>
Want to get your man to propose? Well, beer and wings will surely help. And apparently that's what the minds behind Ring Finger Studio in Midtown thought too. On January 13, from 7 to 9 p.m. the recently opened boutique will hold "Beer, Rings and Wings: A Post Holiday Event for Men Thinking About ... More >>
CSI: Miami's producers have finally realized who the true star of the show is: Horatio Caine's sunglasses. In a perfect world, the sunglasses would talk (preferably voiced by Mo'Nique or Emo Philips), helping Horatio solve his cases, but they're doing the next best thing in the show's eighth se ... More >>
via Dazed DigitalMark Ronson for GucciThe dark cloud of global financial collapse hung over last year's Art Basel Miami Beach. Complimentary caviar was a rare commodity. Gift bags filled with limited edition designer doo-hickees were in short supply. Party hosts had to op ... More >>
Last month's So Raw Festival in Miami was one of the best recent celebrations of the city's burgeoning underground garagey rock and roll thing. (Click here for a slideshow of photos from the event, and here for a review). It was also one of the best deals in town: Admission every night, a paltry $10 ... More >>
via xxlmag.comRick Ross' cover story for the May issue of XXL was meant to be his hip-hop media comeback, an attempt to quash the corrections officer thing and clear the air on his beef with 50. The thrust of the article is made clear by Ross' cover line quote: "I've never had a problem with credibi ... More >>
Maybe 2007 will be their year
The veins, the hair, the fungus. The horror.
Jean-Michel Othoniel creates a fragile and fantastic fantasy world
Gables Shoe Store and Repair Shop
Talking jibber jabber with Bling Bling in the indie rock parking lot
Hilary Swank returns to revolutionize
Yeung's Chinese Restaurant
Miami Twice Vintage Department Store
Some people say South Beach is a drag, and they aren't talking about rowdy teenagers and parking nightmares. They're referring to the likes of Kitty Meow, the king of the queens.
When it comes to farewells, nothing says "Good buy" like a yard sale
Updated for the Nineties, Barbie's boyfriend Ken has style, attitude -- and a cock ring!
Fairchild Garden nature lovers couldn't refuse Paloma Picasso's donation. What the heck, it was dead already.
It's downtown's swirling kaleidoscope of sights and sounds and smells. Where the Latin mercado meets the American enterprise. Where commerce thrives and clerks cut deals. So why would urban planners want to kill it?