After last week's holiday, this Monday seems even more painful than usual. Dreams of coffee alarm clocks and espresso showers were not enough to get us moving this week. Our motivation is rooted in something almost as important as caffeine: pay checks. The beginning of the month is always a killer ... More >>
Gary James Twin chefs Nicola and Fabrizio Carro duke it out on Rocco's Dinner PartyWhen Bravo decided to make Rocco's Dinner Party, the producers were probably trying to figure out what to do with all the reality show "celebrities" still under contractual obligation. The answer? Put them a ... More >>
Photo by Gary JamesSabin says he knows soul food. Did you miss last week's chat with Mike Sabin regarding the fate of Nemo? If so, click here. If not, read on:New Times: What's your favorite menu item?Mike Sabin: Hawaiian Big Eye tuna. We're the largest purchaser in the country. We do 13,000 pounds ... More >>
Photo by Gary JamesMike Sabin's got the chops. And the fins.Before we begin, we should clarify: Mike Sabin is not only the head chef at Prime One Twelve. He's actually corporate chef for Myles Restaurant Group, the owners of the aforementioned and also Prime Italian, Nemo, Shoji Sushi, Big Pink, ... More >>
Gerald Posner has a new book out called Miami Babylon. In it, he details Lee Schrager's having pled guilty to insurance fraud. Lee Schrager is the local, socially-networked promotions powerhouse behind the success of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival.Our paper-product recently profiled Lee ... More >>
Where's John Hood when we really need him?
The majestic South Beach theater, soon to reopen as a dance club, has been to ruin and back
How a Bensonhurst boy rose to the summit of South Beach's promotion biz
Miami Beach hits a record high for resort-tax collections. Now if they can just get the deadbeats to pay up...
Oh, sweet youth! The pain, the suffering, the heartbreak. The champagne, the nightclubs, the women.
Wake up all you sleepy feet, listen and learn
Vinyl maniac George Acosta keeps the bodies working overtime
DJ whiz kid Luis Diaz has the 'script to cure all of South Beach's ills. Just don't call him in the morning.
He was a rebel without a pause, a record spinner and a mindbender, fast and free. He died at age 22.
A week in the nightlife of spin doctor Carlos Menendez