Los Van Van landed in Miami like a lit match dropped on an ancient anthill.Erik MazaRuckus at the concertOn Sunday, hundreds of grizzled Cubans came out of the woodwork -- Westchester, Little Havana, Hialeah -- to protest the popular band's concert at the James L. Knight Center.They came bearing ... More >>
Who knew three days of peace and music would oppress us for 40 years?
Miamis got the literary goods
Wish the Metromover would just get up and move?
"Didion Waltz" (Gulcher)
Joan Didion and Terry McMillan bring their groove to the Miami Book Fair
From high-minded to hype-crazed, book fairs have a rich tradition of coaxing out reclusive authors. New Times was fortunate to get a rare audience with the person redefining writing, M.M. Pascal-Paul.
In which local authors and aficionados list their favorites
Surely there's more to local literature than crime and exile
Can you feel the bass?
Nick McDonell, son of Terry, has floored the literary world and caught Hollywood's eye. Now he's ready for college.
British author Alexander Stuart exiled himself to South Beach before writing the aptly titled Life on Mars
When Cuba's top students were sent to the Soviet Union, no one could have guessed they would change from revolutionaries to refugees.
Crushed in a garbage truck, poisoned by a landlady, crapped out-literally--during a dice game. These and more are buried in this county's cemetaries, and come Halloween night, they'll be dying to get out