The Miami Dolphins are in the midst of a resurgence. Their third win Sunday moved them into a first-place tie above the AFC East. While the Dolphins were taking down the St. Louis Rams, fans across the stadium were downing a variety of food selections. From the first ball tossed, someone was tossing ... More >>
When Miami Subs announced a partnership with Pitbull and a revamp of its restaurants, the South Florida fast-food chain really went to town. A launch party featured the hometown rapper and renovated restaurants. And now there's a Latin-fusion menu.See Also:Miami Subs and Pitbull Announce Brand Revam ... More >>
Rep. Connie Mack IV is abandoning his southwest Florida congressional seat to run for Senate, and he's endorsed Tea Party favorite Henry "Trey" Radel III to succeed him. Oddly, Radel has a history of owning such fine websites as CasaDeLasPutas.com, Mamadita.com, and SexGuideOnline.com.
Less than a week after the departure of CEO Jerry Power and a day after mass layoffs were announced, the crumbling Plum TV luxury media empire now faces another loss. President Robert Gregory is leaving to take the same position at Newsweek Daily Beast Co. Of course, considering the state he left ... More >>
Stem Cells - scientific marvel or evil?The Christian media is swarming with accusations that Senomyx, a San Diego-based research and development company, whose clients include food heavy-hitters Nestle, Campbell's Soup, Kraft Foods, and PepsiCo, is conducting research with HEK293, originall ... More >>
via South Bay ClubJerrry Babij, a fit-looking 65-year-old clad head-to-toe in black leather, wants you to know he can still tussle. "I'm a tough guy," he says, bunching up his weathered fists. "John Gotti blew up my restaurant one time, and I didn't back down from him."Babij, once a rough-and-tum ... More >>
These dishes didn't come easy.This interview with Nobu Matsuhisa, as told to Maggie Overfelt for Fortune Small Business, just came to my attention. It was first published back in 2009, but is so interesting as to be worth repeating for the many who missed it first time around. We've become accustome ... More >>
The management team searching for a new executive chef for Oceanaire Seafood Room in Miami evidently didn't have to travel very far. They announced yesterday that Kareem Anguin has been promoted to serve as the replacement for recently departed Sean Bernal. Anguin, from Jamaica, is a graduate of ... More >>
Yesterday, 944 magazine announced it was filing for Chapter 11 by touting how hot and sexy bankruptcy is. Well, there's nothing hot or sexy about one of the lawsuits that drove the company into bankruptcy in the first place. A California event planning company claims that 944 refused to market it ... More >>
Florida seemed to be on the fast track to over taking New York as the third most populace state by the 2010 census. Since 2000, Florida's population has boomed by over 3,000,000 and the 2008 estimate put us at 18,328,340, just shy of New Yorks 19,490,297. But according to a new s ... More >>
Going once, going twice, get these corrupt politicians cheap.
For those keeping score at home, there are now three lawsuits involving Heat superstar Dwyane Wade and his former partners in an aborted South Florida restaurant chain bearing his name. In June, Riptide first reported that Wade had filed a libel suit in Miami-Dade court against Richard von Hout ... More >>
Laura MassaThen.Last December, New Times went deep into the strange world of Miami's lawless exotic rental car market- a niche industry that seems to attract more than its fair share of fly-by-night hustlers. One of our wierdest encounters revolved around Exoticars, a tiny store on the ground-floor ... More >>
When we wrote that thing about former CBS4 reporter, Colombia lover, and apparent Miami hater Brian Andrews, we had no idea he had a news partnership deal with the Miami Herald. But he does, and here he is reporting on a Colombian classroom that "is filled with bats who are going to the bathroom o ... More >>
Haitian-born, Miami-based artist Edouard Duval-Carrié is teaming up with Dutch beer brand Grolsch for a limited edition bottle only available at select Art Basel events. We'll stay out of the debate over the whole idea of limited edition beer bottle as art piece for the moment, and just be happy ... More >>
Nikki Beach is still where the pretty people party
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Latin Funk Festival
In a contentious case of townhouse tumult, resourceful residents kick management maniacs to the curb
How well are Miami's art schools keeping up with the scene? Ask them.
The fight to end homelessness has moved to the boardrooms -- and Donna MacDonald, brash and outspoken, is having trouble finding a way in
Under the direction of rocker Bill Orcutt, the Alliance for Media Arts keeps the faith for Miami's cinema aficionados