YOLO (you only live once) has become the motto and tagline sprawled across muscle tees and booty shorts of neon-clad tourists throughout Miami Beach. Little do they know that a stroll up Collins to North Beach offers a sandwich that must be devoured if one is to live a truly rich life. The "Werewol ... More >>
The spat between Rep. Allen "Black David Letterman" West and Rep. Debbie "home perm after model" Wasserman Schultz rocked the political world yesterday, so of course it wound up on The Colbert Report last night. And being the faux right-winger he is, Stephen Colbert had to wonder "what kind of th ... More >>
We're hoping Milos brings its famous dsplay of seafood to Miami Beach.SoFi is seeing more restaurant real estate activity this week, Last week, we reported that Philippe is moving into the Taverna Opa space, located at 36-40 Ocean Drive, and that the restaurant spaces of the former Nemo's a ... More >>
Snooki, you came into our town with a your poofy slippers, crystal vision sunglasses and miraculous poof and managed to leave with our heart. Undoubtedly, even we have to admit that based on the first episode of season 3 all things Jersey Shore are actually better when they're set in the Jersey S ... More >>
Jets strength training coach Sal Alosi has already been fined and suspended for the trip seen 'round the world. Though, it's likely he'll never be able to totally live it down completely. While sports blogs, ESPN talking heads, and, of course, Channing Crowder have already ripped into the guy, la ... More >>
Jeb Bush's current full time job is denying that he's running for president, but why won't he? A certain camp of conservatives would love to see him run, and even some Democrats concede he could have a good chance. Well David Letterman, the sole remaining funny person on at 11:30 on a network, ha ... More >>
Rapper Chaos from local group Grind Mode ("I'm So High") is probably more "Miami" than anybody I've ever met. Last year he gave me his list of the top 100 things to do to survive Memorial Day Weekend in Miami, which instantly became a Memorial Day Weekend classic. While it's a bit raunchy and X-r ... More >>
Dolphins fans owe two debts of gratitude to the Indianapolis Colts this year: (1) for dropping a regular-season game to ensure that the '72 Fins remain the only team in modern NFL history to complete a perfect season, and (2) for stopping the NY Jets, with classless coach Rex ... More >>
Jay Leno is in primetime. Dave Letterman got caught having a threesome with Grinder Girl and Hoola Hop Lady. Conan O'Brien keeps seriously injuring himself. Jimmy Fallon is Jimmy Fallon. So that means that Carson Daily is the new king of late night ...after Craig Ferguson, and various people o ... More >>
Fans of manic stand-up chock full of random associations and funny voices can breathe a sigh of relief. After being admitted to a Miami hospital earlier this month in the midst of his "Weapons of Self-Destruction" tour, Robin Williams was transferred to Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, where he underwent s ... More >>
Er, I just received this in my inbox. Actor-turned-rapper Joaquin Phoenix had threatened the world that he was going to become a rap superstar, but I don't think anyone took him seriously. Well, apparently at next week's edition of Dirty Hairy with Craze and Klever, Joaquin Phoenix will be performin ... More >>
When following the Diaz-Balart races this fall just wasn't enough for me I'd check in on my pet race, the one for the Senate seat in Minnesota between Al Franken and Norm Coleman. Maybe it's because Minnesotan blood runs through me. Maybe it's because the thought of Stuart Smiley entering congress a ... More >>
The Rewind/FastForward Film Festival has the goods.
John Witherspoon is beyond hilarious
Even the commercial gets us amped
How the world's biggest game spawned the world's worst halftime show
More comedians than you can shake a stick at
Sedaris and Colbert peddle Candy not everybody wants
Trio is the network where great shows go to die, and so much more
Hunter Thompson, Rolling Stone, & all that . . .
This year, a handful of shows provided the healing power of laughter
From the issue of October 11, 2001
The Oscar telecast has, for a decade, been Gil Cates' golden moment
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched...and watched
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad
Way back in 1998 the citizens of Dade County rose up and declared themselves an independent republic. Then the hangover hit.
Clear Out Remember Zima? Debuted with a splash, then all the fizz went out of it.
Conni Gordon would like to teach the world to paint in perfect harmony