The 2014 edition of Best of Miami is live and it's filled with over 300 of our favorite restaurants, bars, shops...and people. When you think about it, the entire issue is about people. After all, for every delicious burger or soul-satisfying cafe con leche, there's a person lovingly creating it. W ... More >>
YouTube launched in 2005; so did Perez Hilton. How that year changed America — and took down Tom Cruise.
It's not easy being so fabulous. Unless you live in Miami. With a sunny, sandy mecca like South Beach, our city's long been a home (and fave vacation spot) for proud, partyin' members of the international gay community. But SoBe isn't the only neighborhood that flies the rainbow flag. From the Upp ... More >>
The term "overwhelming" gets tossed around a lot on the musical festival circuit. The lineup? Overwhelming. The people? Overwhelming. The heat? Overwhelming. More dining and drinking options than Epcot? Overwhelming. But Bonnaroo doesn't have to be. Because while some folks would rather endure s ... More >>
Miami's all about Latin flavor. Haven't you seen Pain & Gain? If you haven't we recommend you go watch it. Like tonight, or maybe Thursday, so that afterward you can head over to Wynwood Kitchen & Bar, where you can admire some of the city's most popular murals and have a "Taste of the Americas." S ... More >>
Hulk Hogan and Kanye West walk into a bar.... No, seriously. The Hulkster and Yeezy spent Halloween together at LIV, where Kayne's girlfriend, Kim Kardashian, was celebrating her 32nd birthday dressed as Catwoman. Adhering to the couple's superhero costume pact, West rocked a convincing Christ ... More >>
This July Fourth, a collection of America's most race-baiting off-their-meds pizza-gropey prominent right-wingers will beam from Las Vegas the sure-to-be-epic "Defeat Barack Obama Telethon". Think "We Are The World", but without all the talk about saving Africa, and a whole lot of talk about how our ... More >>
Did you catch the big game last night, champ? Oh, it was truly one for the ages. There was plenty of action, highs and lows, and surprises around every turn. And that's just the commercials.The Giants-Patriots showdown was more than the mere spectacle of violence and pain we've become accustomed ... More >>
Manny Fernandez was defending an insurance company in Miami-Dade court when a witness, speaking in a halting, Ecuadorian accent, got emotional when he recalled seeing his roommate mauled in a construction accident. "He was amazing," Fernandez says. "I was really blown away."The testimony was espe ... More >>
via TwitterWade outside the Versace fashion show. The Dallas Mavericks may have snatched another NBA championship away from Dwyane Wade, but they will never take away his reign as the league's leading style MVP. The fashion-forward guard is in Italy for Milan Fashion Week, taking in the men's sho ... More >>
Canceled!We were just told that LIV canceled the Michelle "Bombshell" McGee event, which was scheduled for next Wednesday. The party was fittingly called, "Bad Girl's Night Out." Our LIV source told us that, "It didn't feel like a good fit. LIV has a reputation for hosting A-list celebrities like ... More >>
Life must be so tough for you when you're born to a megarich Hollywood superstar like Michael Douglas. It's such a tragedy getting cast in crappy movies because of who your dad is, so please forgive Cameron Douglas. Isn't it understandable he's been caught time and time again with drugs ... More >>
Renée Zellweger is the anti-Norma Rae in New in Town.
Miami's quintessential bad boy climbs back in the ring with The Wrestler.
Andy Garcia gets by with a little help from his friend
Chatting with Hostel Part II writer/director Eli Roth
DVD releases for the week of November 28, 2006
Money and ethnicity narrow the race for Miami Beach City Commission to two men
Lord of War unloads one of the year's best cinema moments
Laws of Attraction is so generic, it oughta be illegal
A decade ago, Vertigo started a revolution by making comics for adults
Soderbergh shoots in digital and hits the target: Hollywood
Fear and self-loathing at the Minority Report junket
How to be homeless on Miami Beach
Soderbergh and Clooney knock over Vegas without much to show for it
Bruce Campbell knows why bad movies happen to great actors
Inspired by Patty Hearst, Cecil B. Demented rails against the dying of cinema
Joel and Ethan Coen pull down the pants on their first film
The problem isn't the new multiplex coming to Lincoln Road. It's that Miami has no indie film scene. At it's not getting better.
The malling of American cinema has left audiences with little choice but to take their Prozac and like it