For EDM fans, there are only a handful of live experiences worth hundreds of dollars. And while we wait patiently for Daft Punk to announce a new tour, the Chemical Brothers reign supreme as old-school dance masters we just gotta see. Luckily, Miamians are about to get the chance to knock this ... More >>
Bill? Is that you? With the white sand, clear skies, and heat, SBWFF's Whole Foods Market Grand Tasting Village would have resembled the Sahara if it were not for the sparkling backdrop of the Atlantic.After receiving a Waterford glass, but no neck lanyard cup-holder to keep our eager paws free ( ... More >>
Photo by Christina VillamorEver since we discovered the food blog Gastronaut Jones, we've been intrigued. Not only do we love the name, the blog chronicles some interesting kitchen experiments. Think pork skin cannoli, pig's tongue confit and more approachable dishes like butternut squash gnocchi ... More >>
John ZurIt seemed troubling yesterday morning when only 140 of the $125 tickets for World Festival Miami at the Palms had sold. But a crowd of at least 300 showed and was greeted by bright-eyed, smiling kids who benefit from Common Threads, a nonprofit that educates mostly low-income ch ... More >>
Learn how to ho with Kat Stacks! It's a free online course!Every ho's gotta have a hero. Even Miami's current reigning queen of ass, Kat Stacks, looks up to someone. (Catch Kat at Dream tonight.) And if you've been monitoring her Twitter feed lately -- but really why would you, unless you want yo ... More >>
Meet Ale Ordriozola, a curvy 24-year-old server at Sugarcane in Midtown. She once attracted attention at Meat Market on Lincoln Road, but has been with Sugarcane in Midtown since it opened in January. The curvy server of Venezuelan, Cuban and Peruvian descent makes her unisex uniform sexy, ... More >>
From blood-stained guajiros to litigious ex-convicts to shameful rappers to slithering billionaires, this week proved that moronic behavior knows no boundaries of class or race. In South Florida, pea-sized brains can be found in all sorts of heads. 5. Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who forgot to ... More >>
It's A Crazy, Mixed-Up WorldOff the EaterWire: "Now open in the Hotel Victor, Victor Café is a Mediterranean bistro belonging to the Bice family of restaurants. Executive chef Julian Baker has opened Bice restaurants around the world and brings to South Beach a menu of classic pasta dishes, sala ... More >>
image via rasushi.com Nicky's Week at RA Sushi commemorates the loss of 13 year old Nicholas, nephew of one of the restaurant's founders, to brain cancer.As such, every restaurant in the Scottsdale, Arizona-based, 22 location, nationwide chain participates in a week of charity fund raising, an ... More >>
It's Noël hell, really.
De Hull battled hurricanes, code enforcers, and banks. Then he ran into a steamroller of a neighbor.
Alanis Morissette is still grateful for her now-legendary first album.
As containers and costs mount, tap water is the rule in eateries.
Don't hate him because he's purty. Hate him because you want his job!
Kristopher Hull is zeal on wheels.
You can use the full moon to find Uranus
Mad swag, flaunting felines, and Burger King as haute cuisine
Some habits are harder to stamp out than others
Ever have the feeling your life is a lie?
Celeb chefs are giving the old house the heave-ho and getting cooking elsewhere
China Grill dismantles its empire
Wacky Danish cult leader Mogens Amdi Petersen was a guest on tony Fisher Island until recently; now he's staying with the State of California
When opening a hot new restaurant, be sure to CAP it
But these are just economics talking
Gossip for foodies
Romancing Miami's restrooms
New Year's Eve
South Beach, hot and cold
Meal of fortune
Four years ago a dangerous chemical tanker ran aground in Biscayne National Park. The salvage operation that followed would go down in history.
George Clinton's latest state-of-the-funk message
On South Beach it's easy. Just buy yourself a cute little building and dump a pile of money into it. The rest will take care of itself.
Before TVs and VCRs made a theater out of every living room, Marty Abrams and his cronies were kings of black market bijou