As MIA Brewing Company gets closer to its grand opening, the company needs to keep thirsty fans at bay. What's better than giving away some free beer? That's what will happen tomorrow night, September 17: the MIA Brewing spotlight at World of Beer in Kendall. Free beer -- free beer for all. See ... More >>
We don't mean "prince," as in "heir to the throne." (Though that would be awesome -- imagine how the game would be played under NFL Commissioner Ochocinco.) We mean Prince, as in "Party Like It's 1999," Purple Rain, and that un-pronounceable symbol that earned him so much ridicule back in the day ... More >>
Visit Bear Nation now.Listen, if you're under the impression that the gay bear is a furry woodland creature with a fondness for honey, salmon, and same-sex members of its own species, you are totally mistaken. Go buy tickets to the new documentary Bear Nation, which will screen tonight as part of ... More >>
The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival begins tomorrow, so we'd thought we give you a rundown of what to do and what to see. I Killed My Mother: Screens tomorrow at Gusman as the opening-night film. Yes, the drama revolves around a gay teenage son, but if you've ever raised your voice with your o ... More >>
Roxana Morales leaps to return a spiked volleyball on the dirty sand court near the ancient band shell on Collins Avenue at 73rd Street. A generator that sputters in the background powers dim lights, so she can barely see. She misses.Even this jury-rigged system won't last long. The generator is ... More >>
Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks star in this strictly soft-core flick.
Even with the Mac kid at his side, John McClane is just ... old
DVD releases for the week of November 28, 2006
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Vaughn ensures an amicable Break-Up
Your three-month forecast of the summer's top movies
Crime victims, smear campaigns, dumbed-down radio, and dim critics
Political battles, toppled trees, and downtown denizens
Will a starry-eyed proposal for renovating Monument Island burn out before its time?
Family man Smith goes soft in a story about a Girl
Jason Lee lies to juggle two women, because, hey, it's A Guy Thing
Soderbergh shoots in digital and hits the target: Hollywood
Grant Morrison's the best writer in comics--and maybe the oddest
You wanna kiss Jessica Stein, but does she merit the attention?
For years, Fletch was out of print. Now, his father explains why.
Macbeth meets the classic-rock block in Scotland, PA.
Out of financial and creative bankruptcy, Marvel Comics is mighty once more
On September 11, the world needed superheroes. It found them not in comic books, but in real life.
Aiming for a familiar audience, the films of summer hope for more hits than misses
In Ted Demme's Blow, Johnny Depp summons an American snowstorm
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
Felonious former Miami City Manager Cesar Odio has been spending his free time hanging around Miami Beach. And you want to know why?
Even New Times critics liked what they saw
Being John Malkovich
Ronald Hayes hopes to keep developers (and Beach officials) from messing with North Shore Open Space Park
In Miami Beach, experts are enlisted to commission artworks for public spaces. Too bad city officials refuse to listen to them.
Feuding Miami Beach tennis instructors Richard Johnston and Howard Kaufman need to find a new racket, before there's another arrest