As we transition into 2013, "experts" in every field are making their annual predictions about what's bound to happen in the new year. But does anyone really care about who's planning to get preggers (like the world needs another Kardashian) or which social network's gonna go bust? Not so much. Scr ... More >>
Big things are happening at Schnebly Miami Brewing Company. First the beer appeared at LoKal Burgers and Beer, then a short time later at World of Beer-Dadeland. Now: across Florida. Late last month, Miami-Dade's first craft brewery signed a distribution contract with Doral-based Gold Coast Beverage ... More >>
Photo by Ivon David RojasMemorial Day weekend is officially here. And you know what that means? More ass on the beach than grains of sand, so much liquor you can't feel your face, and so many parties you can't even decide where to wild out without help from Crossfade.Kick your Thursday night of ... More >>
For over 40 years now, clued-in and/or colleged-up Miami residents have tuned in to the now sound found down the FM dial at 90.5. Those, of course, are the coordinates of the University of Miami's own WVUM, undoubtedly one of the most adventurous radio stations in the nation. Like the majority of ... More >>
The man in shorts makes you dance, dance, dance.
Remember couples skate? Suede rentals? Cheap pizza? They all live on at the roller rink.
A dog would think a dude wearing a necklace made of bones was advertising his prowess as a kindred hunter ...
No white faces. Only red, from laughter. It's British Panto! By Margaret Griffis
A whole lot of competition, noise, and crepe paper
Gold Coast Hydroponic Greenhouse
Behold the swamp buggy races, South Florida's oddest racing tradition, where the engines roar, the muck flies, and the vehicles sometimes sink
Lawmen, developers, and environmentalists have made Everglades hunters feel like an endangered species
Despite the risks, local pot farmers have taken homegrown high-tech
Bob Sherman blazes down the info highway in an endless search for towering infernos
As nationwide deregulation looms, Morton Towers becomes Dade's first battleground in an escalating cable war
Fredgie's quest for kids' show success hasn't exactly been a barrel of laughs -- but then again, it sure is a funny business
Locally produced TV shows deserve to be honored for their intelligence, their wit, their impeccably bad taste. Don't touch that remote control!
Scientist Brian LaPointe wants to tame the sugar barons, corner the cat food market, and solve the sewage problems of the Florida Keys
Ah, North Bay Village, where voters were bribed with food as the candidates slung the mud