Easter weekend is upon us and that means it's a time for renewal, spring, family... and the season finale of The Walking Dead. Whether you want to take the kids for brunch and an Easter Egg hunt, or you want to hoist a few free drinks to start the weekend, here's what we'll be doing this weekend.
Miamians sure do love their pets. On Lincoln Road, hundreds of pampered pooches (and an occasional cat, monkey, or iguana) can be seen wearing designer duds. There they are, strolling on rhinestone leashes (in some cases, maybe even diamonds) and having a snack at an outdoor café.Yet for every dog ... More >>
Hurricane's honey-balsamic wingsThe first Hurricane Grill & Wings premiered in Fort Pierce, Florida, in 1995. Now there are 33 -- the most recent addition having opened yesterday in the Shops at Midtown Miami. The chain, known for five categories of wings and more than 30 dipping sauces, is c ... More >>
Jackie SayetI fetch like a dog. Can I come, too?Your frisky feline struts her stuff to the soiree on a leash. Kitty extends a peace paw to Jack Russell.You show up dressed as your pet.Your pet shows up dressed as you. Fido gets carded, and flashes his own collar-handy ID, his graduation certifi ... More >>
Lime Fresh Mexican Grill is officially open for business in Midtown (on the corner of Buena Vista Avenue and NE 34th Street, in Miami, just south of the Target and one block east of North Miami Avenue). Last Thursday's grand-opening festivities included a free taco bar, complimentary hors d'oeu ... More >>
A prison stay and bankruptcy can't keep him down.
Hidden from the public and cloaked in euphemism, regulated execution of dogs and cats is a routine horror. Can a new animal services director make a difference?
Big boys brawl
Creepy critters inspire holiday vittles
May 21 - 27, 1998
The Humane Society's animal rescue drivers work hard to save the wounded, to rescue the sick and abandoned. But usually the endings are not so happy.
Theirs is the only house left on on the block, and the Blairs refuse to surrender to the ever-encroaching lumberyard without a fight