Halloween is arguably the best holiday of the year. It's the one day when everyone from little kids to grandmas to bull terriers can let their freak flag fly. Secretly wish you were a sexy witch or a superhero? How about a space alien or zombie? It's all good. So, break out the angel wings and dev ... More >>
Monday means the end of your sabbath. Yes, that alarm this morning is real -- it wasn't a dream. And, absolutely, you better believe that work is calling, your phone is blowing up from emails (curse those who reply to all) and you're wondering why you didn't call in sick. But you know the greatest ... More >>
St. Patrick's Day revelers are taking advantage of the holiday falling on a Sunday by celebrating early at "St. Practice Day" parties throughout Miami. That means most well-meaning bars will serve that St. Paddy's trifecta: Guinness, Harp, and green beer, beginning today. But there are so many other ... More >>
Miami-based Burger King is cutting ties with a United Kingdom meat supplier found to be using horse meat to 'beef up' its products. Burgers from processors Liffey Meats and Silvercrest Foods in Ireland and Dalepak Hambleton in Britain tested positive for horse DNA, according to Reuters. Part-horse ... More >>
It's enticing to bring friends, in town for vacation, to Brickell and show them Miami's progress as an action-packed metropolis. They can walk to one of three Publix stores or buy cigarettes, Red Bull or whatever stimulant tickles their fancy at the shiny new 7-Eleven. Yet when time comes to grab a ... More >>
Michelle Bernstein will host the World Festival to benefit Common ThreadsCoconut Grove's Cruz Building (in the old Christabelle's Quarter space) will turn into the United Nations for the second annual World Festival Miami tomorrow, November 15 to benefit Common Threads.Chef Michelle Bernstein wil ... More >>
The Pennsylvania-based company Kalan LP, a distributor of novelty items like inflatable beer pong games and shot glasses that say "You must be Irish because my penis is Dublin," is now distributing a line of marijuana-shaped candies, and it's blowing up a storm among the right. Which got me think ... More >>
Beer. It's been the go-to beverage for getting a buzz since the ancient Egyptian pharaohs had their first kegger at the paws of the Sphinx.Since Oktoberfest is upon us, we figured we'd put together a collection of our favorite drinking songs. Some are classics, some are weird, but all have one th ... More >>
The Amazing Shitshow! that is your Miami Dolphins fell to the Houston Texans for the sixth straight time in a 23-13 ass-whoopin' yesterday afternoon. The Dolphins are now 0-2 to start the season, have lost eleven of it's last twelve games at home, can't convert a third down for dick, and are the ... More >>
?As boarding-school bodice-rippers go, this assured debut by British director and girls'-school alumna Jordan Scott fairly bursts with pent-up carnality trying to ripen under rigid autocracy laden with lesbian denial. Shot in a lushly wild corner of Ireland, Cracks looks as lovely as a colorized old ... More >>
It's ironic that for bands like Black 47 and the Dropkick Murphys, the words Irish and insurgency have become practically synonymous, especially since these two outfits actually hail from New York and Boston respectively, cities that are separated by several thousand miles from the Emerald Isles. ... More >>
The Swell Season brings stirring songs to the Fillmore.
The Deep Dark Woods - Winter Hours Both the band's name and the album title may seem intimidating, but in truth, Winter Hours shines light on warmly-lit environs via easily embraceable melodies, supple arrangements and the most earnest of sentiments.Bap Kennedy - Howl On The ever affabl ... More >>
Here we have a cake made to look like the head of popular rap artist and Miami resident Lil' Wayne, apparently made for the daughter of Kim Bassinger and Alec Baldwin, complete with licorice dreads and chocolate sunglasses.We're not sure if Ireland is a Miami Heat fan, but the Dwyane Wade s ... More >>
Bond Street, one of our best sushi establishments, is opening a branch in the tony Thompson Beverly Hills hotel (the flagship Bond Street is in NY - SoBe's opened in 2001). One of the cooler treats at the new place will be soy sauce "caviar", tiny dots of the dark liquid encased in thin-skinned m ... More >>
A few weeks ago, New Times brought you the story of our own black-market cigarette king, Roman Vidal.The feds accused the gray-haired Cutler Bay resident of funneling millions of illegal smokes through the Port of Miami to England and Ireland. Worse, investigators say Vidal's profits went to a group ... More >>
photo by Ben ThackerJacuzzi Boys played Saturday night.So Raw Festival'ISM Gallery and Upper Eastside Garden, MiamiJune 19 and 20, 2009Better Than: Packing into yet another dance club and emptying your wallet.The Review:I have only good things to say about the So Raw Festival, which celebrated its i ... More >>
Feds say Cutler Bay man funded Irish terrorists through Port of Miami scheme.
In Ireland, only the leprechauns are clocking in to work today. The banks are closed in honor of patron saint Patrick and the air is rife with the smell of pickled beef. Irish or no, east or west of the pond, St. Paddy's day is an excuse to drink until you're green in the face. And you heard it here ... More >>
A Cutler Bay man funneled money to the Irish terrorists who murdered two British soldiers in Belfast on Saturday, federal prosecutors say in a complaint unsealed in Miami-Dade court today and obtained by Riptide.For at least three years, Roman Vidal, 57, allegedly smuggled millions of dollars in bla ... More >>
That is why we drink it here!
Hear Irish words of wisdom at the Saint Stephens Day celebration.
"The victims will never get justice"
Time to party Emerald Isle style
Pumpkin lovers return to the patch
World tour of wines and tastes all in one place: Yes, it's Disney
JohnMartin's Restaurant & Irish Pub
The Diamond Mountain Sessions
Mad cow disease, part 3