Although Hurricane Sandy did not, as some meteorologists and media folks predicted, cause the earth to split asunder and drown us all in magma, it did put a pretty big hurt on New York City and the rest of the Northeast. In Gotham, the toll was massive: Flooding all over lower Manhattan, millio ... More >>
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The red carpet is where fashion lives, and the MTV Video Music Awards are where people let their freak flags fly. Put the two toge ... More >>
Teo Castellanos' final words fired out at the audience like a cheer through a bullhorn, and the lights came up. I found myself not only standing and clapping, but also awkwardly fighting back tears I couldn't explain. "Tears of overwhelm," I decided later, was the best way to describe them, as me ... More >>
All photos by Laine Doss
The City Hall main dining roomCity Hall, the planned Biscayne Boulevard restaurant, missed its April opening date. Driving by yesterday, we saw a light on...so we parked the car and walked over to find the doors locked but none other than owner Steve Haas behind th ... More >>
New York City is under the persistent attack of bedbugs, with even fancy and iconic joints like the Waldorf Astoria hotel, the Empire State Building, and United Nations headquarters succumbing to infestation. There's now evidence that the great bedbug threat may soon be elevating in South Florida ... More >>