After eight years of travel to far and exotic places, Anthony Bourdain has ended his tour with No Reservations "in a place as strange as Brooklyn" (That, by the way wasn't Bourdain, but one of the opening lines of Sophie's Choice by William Styron).Brooklyn is indeed a strange place. The "fourt ... More >>
Total Wine and More in North Miami, a mecca for all things booze and booze related. For beer lovers, the best thing about this place is not only the incredible selection, but also that any beer can be bought by the bottle, meaning you'll be able to cram six totally different experiences into each ... More >>
Shao RomaThe food truck selection in Miami just got a little more interesting with the addition of Shao Roma today. Shirking the usual food truck clichés of tacos, burgers and sweets, Shao Roma brings fresh and authentic Romanian food to a truck stop near you. At first glance, Shao Roma lo ... More >>
The most inspiring Miami band of SXSW 2011 ... Pretty Please!Hey, Miami! Let me report that SoFla was well represented at SXSW 2011 with a large variety of acts playing around Austin: ANR, Dreaming in Stereo, Locos Por Juana, Panic Bomber, and Surfer Blood all played official showcases that mad ... More >>
Josephine LeilyJon Saxx is a young saxophonist who's been making waves in the local jazz scene for some time now. We had a little chance to catch up with him before this weekend's Miami Gardens' Jazz in the Gardens 2010 where he'll be performing on a roster including Mary J. Blige, Robin Thicke, Tee ... More >>
Look, we've never liked having to say this, but basically the Red Cross fucking sucks. They do a lot of shit, but certainly not as much as people believe, definitely not as much as they portray, and beyond a shadow of a doubt with the heavy burden of "administrative costs" lessening their ability t ... More >>
Here is an incomplete list so far of Haiti benefit music/club events scheduled in the coming days. If you would like your event added to this list, please e-mail me.Tonight, Friday, January 15*Mayday plays its monthly jam at Transit Lounge tonight. Transit Lounge never charges a cover, but the ba ... More >>
With its secret boys' club and bloody good fun, Wanted has all of the fight with none of the guilt.
Overnight with an artist through the hurly-burly of the very rich.
She's had her brush with online infamy. Now Lily Tomlin is ready to make you laugh again
In which the author observes recent changes in Cuba: Cheap liquor is now plentiful but hope has become scarce
Is Sam Shepard bogus? Why stage this play?
Merrett Stierheim and Alex Penelas square off during Hurricane Michelle
We are the United States
The Army and Hollywood join hands to wage virtual, bloodless battles
From Carnival to Café Nostalgia, it's a time for release
Teachers union to school district: We demand higher health insurance costs. School district: Okay, boss. HMO to lobbyist: Thanks a million.
Scary brain food
"Welcome to the Hood"
Johnny Winton used anti-incumbent backlash, new district boundaries, and plenty of cash to knock off J.L. Plummer
Pay a visit to Overtown's New Jack complex, where drug dealers rule, kids play in sewage, and multimillionaire owner Garth Reeves makes excuses
Marleine Bastien -- activist, social worker, songwriter, mother -- is helping to lead the resurgence of South Florida's Haitian political agenda
Mauricio Pavez came from Chile to Florida as a tourist. One mugging and eight months later, he refuses to leave.
Tamara Hendershot seeks out those who work their artistic magic in obscurity. The visionary art she finds is hot, but for her, buying and selling it is a labor of love.
Paris, Ghana, Senegal, Miami. Poet Felix Morisseau-Leroy spent half his life in exile, but his heart never left home.
The Salvation Army spent millions in South Dade after Andrew, but residents wouldn't pony up for them to stay
Cuban exile and WRHC-AM sports talk-show host Minito Navarro has always had a passion for punchers
It's a unique source of fiber, a natural painkiller, a valuable fuel source. So when Jack Herer talks about legalization, there's a method to his reefer madness.
Students who can't overcome the alienation of inner-city public schools are finding their thrill on Beacon Hill
Last spring, when Dade County united with a local charity to help the hurricane's homeless, the partnership sounded too good to be true. It was.