Another new brewery could be coming to Miami. Alchemy and Science Brewing Collaborative, the Vermont-based company with a growing brood of craft breweries, filed a trademark application for Concrete Beach Brewery in August. Even more telling, a basic search for the aforementioned name yields three ... More >>
Federal documents may help explain the real story behind the recent high profile war in Miami's culinary community. In the last two years, the Internal Revenue Service has placed $63,000 in tax liens against Oishi Thai, the North Miami restaurant co-owned by Piyarat Potha Arreeratn, also known as C ... More >>
The Magic City might be getting some high-profile attention from the largest craft brewery in the United States, the Boston Beer Company, brewer of Sam Adams beer. Is it true? If so, then this would be a huge boost to the craft beer scene in Miami, which is already on the cusp of seeing the openi ... More >>
Need a quick infusion of cash? Don't bother signing up to sell cheap knives door-to-door or be part of dodgy medical study. Instead, head up to North Miami and bid for a city contract. Because as one company learned, you can quite easily bankroll yourself through the North Miami City Council. Last w ... More >>
Sef Gonzalez is an eater, not a fighter.Last week, Short Order reported that blogger Sef Gonzalez (better known as The Burger Beast) had received a cease-and-desist email from Miami-Dade Assistant County Attorney, Thomas Logue. In the email, Logue stated Burger Beast's Miami Food Truck logo ... More >>
Burger Beast Sef Gonzalez (right) -- just in it for the burgers.In another episode of our regularly scheduled program about Miami-Dade government -- titled Hey, Miami, What the F**k? -- Burger Beast blogger and all-around hamburger fan Sef Gonzalez was sent a "cease and desist" email yester ... More >>
"The Tea Party" may be one of the silliest names associated with a political movement, but that hasn't stopped one Florida group calling itself the Tea Party for taking a similarly named group to court over the rights to the name.The Florida Tea Party, a grass-roots movement not affiliated with a ... More >>
Shark killers, whimpering liberals, and demanding drag queens
Can the developers of a new superbar keep the dance floor packed?
Ghetto redevelopment Miami style is anything but divine
So top county executive Tom David destroyed public records. Who cares, right?
The Florida Elections Commission and the Florida Bar. Maybe the FBI, too. For a man who won automatic re-election, Metro Commissioner James Burke seems to have a lot of explaining to do.
Is there a financial adviser in the house?
Not even the embattled State of Israel can hold a candle to this feuding little synagogue in North Bay Village