To those of you who think a Margarita is that lime flavored slushy stuff that comes in a really big plastic container, think againThere are conflicting stories about the Margarita's genesis, but many claim the drink, made with fresh lime, tequila, and a touch of sweetness, was named after a beaut ... More >>
This is a departure from our regular cookbook column in that the book we're featuring is not a cookbook. Plus it's new, as opposed to our usual old, or as we like to say "classic" books. But we bring it to you because it meets the main criteria: Cool reading. Culinary Ephemera is a collection of ... More >>
Not exactly Mr. Charisma. If politics really does come down to which candidate you'd rather have a beer with, then Bill McCollum's candidacy might as well be dead on arrival. The guy has never really screamed excitement or personality, but that hasn't stopped him from seekin ... More >>
For one night, the "Pope of Trash" reigns over South Beach.
Miami Gay and Lesbian Film FestivalFilmmaker John Waters hasn't made a public appearance in Miami since 2002, when he screened the film Boom! at Art Basel, but the "Pope of Trash" is back, thanks to the organizers at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.Waters will be performing his ongoing ... More >>
They don't share political idealogies, but they do share a hair stylist. It's a sign of just how much dominance Charlie Crist has in Florida politics that both races he could conceivably run in 2010 - Governor or, less likely, Senator - are having a hard time attracting big name candidate, but the n ... More >>
All three of Miami's Republican representatives staved off Democratic challengers in the election, but the brand of Republicanism they represent is losing influence in their own party. While last week's Republican Governors Association conference didn't come to a clear conclusion on which ideolog ... More >>
Big Red returns in a mindless, revved-up Hellboy sequel.
Jump aboard the mother ship of two exhibits delivering a wild ride
The Eyes of Tammy Faye teaches us that garish televangelists have feelings, too
Dogged by grabby ex-wives and financial scandals, a Texas prophet-for-profit brings his TV act to Miami Beach