Miami New Times' Brew at the Zoo returns to Zoo Miami on Saturday, May 3. From 8 - 11 p.m., channel your inner party animal as you sample unlimited beer and rock out to the soulful tunes of Mr. Robert Van Winkle....better known as Vanilla Ice (AKA King of the 90's and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle's ... More >>
On the same day that MTV announced its Video Music Awards nominees, Nicki Minaj (who's up for two Moon Men) released a video for her latest single, "Pound the Alarm," on YouTube. Oh, the irony ... To our knowledge, the four-minute video is only available online, though we're guessing that MTV will ... More >>
What's overly emotional Young Money rapper Drake doin' right now? Well, if the cover of his recently released sophomore slab, Take Care, were a candid snapshot of Drizzy's private life, you'd think homeboy spent his days and nights locked alone in his billion-dollar mansion like Al Pacino in Sca ... More >>
Jeannetti knows his beans. And fruits. And veggies. And meats...Frank Jeannetti's name may not come up when people talk about the most recognizable chefs in Miami, but it should. One look over his resume would clue anyone in on the fact that this guy has really established himself here after b ... More >>
Michael MillerCentral running back Devonta Freeman breaks free last FridayWin the division? Check. Knock-off Northwestern? Check.There's not much left between Miami Central High School and its first-ever state football title. The Rockets trounced their arch-rivals last week to earn a spot in the ... More >>
Michael MillerThe Rockets are coming...Buy your tickets early: this one's sure to be a sellout.Northwestern's dramatic come-from-behind victory over Columbus last night set up a potential high-powered rematch against arch-rival Miami Central next Friday. The Rockets beat the Bulls in the playoffs ... More >>
Michael MillerDon't blink or you'll miss tonight's playoff actionLet us now praise soon-to-be-famous men, before their college careers, NFL contracts, reality TV shows, and pet pigeons get in the way.Miami high school football playoffs begin tonight with a juicy rematch between Northwestern and C ... More >>
Courtesy of Random HouseMost baseball fans are familiar with Satchel Paige, the absolutely dominant Negro Leagues pitcher who played pro baseball for 40 years. In 1948, Bill Veeck, the legendary owner of the Cleveland Indians, finally gave the 41-year-old Paige a chance to pitch in th ... More >>
Miami natives Erik Slemon and Matt Gardner first started making music together more than a decade ago, when they were still apple-cheeked students at Coral Gables High and Columbus, respectively. Perhaps those early attempts were humble -- "We played, like, Nirvana covers at a couple of house partie ... More >>
Ian WitlenTim and Eric backstage at Revolution Sunday night. Click here to view the full slideshow.Adult Swim Presents Tim and Eric LiveRevolution, Ft. LauderdaleSunday, February 8, 2009Better Than: Grammys, ShmammysThe Review: It takes an, um, special sensibility to really get into the Cartoon Netw ... More >>
Set sail on the ocean blue for a Columbus Day tradition.
Jean-Gabriel Chelala stops in South Florida while boating and biking from France to, well, France.
Star football player, convict, politician left his mark on South Miami
Toons rule in Hollywood
Nightclub shuffle, Overtown hustle, Wynwood bustle
Fire up the curlers for Hair Wars
Author chronicles joy and death in 1800s Chicago
Say it loud: You're Hialeahan and proud
In which local authors and aficionados list their favorites
Every time you donate, it's money in the pockets of two South Florida companies. Big money.
The return of the eye-popping sounds of Herschell Gordon Lewis
Lovers, fighters, and seafarers drop anchor at Lost Weekend
This latin sensation is nothing new
Experimental composer Lukas Ligeti came to town with a mission: Create a new Miami sound
Sulawesi, Maluku, and Indonesian Guitars
The little cult phenomenon that could: Phish
November 19 - 25, 1998
Miami's notoriously dirty, crime-ridden river is flowing a little cleaner these days thanks to Coast Guard Capt. Dave Miller
Prize-winning author Roberto Uria landed in hot water in Cuba. Granted refugee status in the U.S., he must now sink or swim.
Sure, Miami has an empty stadium. And sure, Bruce Frey has pigskin on the brain. But that's no excuse for the Canadian football league.
What could be more exciting and fulfilling than the life of a consul? Well, lots of things, actually.
For 66 days Bill and Simonne Butler drifted together on a tiny raft in the Pacific. After they were finally rescued and came back to Miami, they drifted apart.
Local bands put something in our ear for summer
Bob Marley provides the soundtrack on a tiny, mixed-up island. Burnin' and lootin'? Not exactly.