Chefs love talking about one another. They discuss talent. They obsess over who cooks better, who lacks integrity, who sold out, who travels looking for recipes to replicate. They talk about hype. They chat about expectations. They know what their colleagues are cooking. They have opinions about eve ... More >>
Khong River House, the new Asian concept from 50 Eggs, opens on Meridian, just off Lincoln Road on December 17, after teasing the public with drips of information and black and white murals for months.Read also:Lincoln Road's Intriguing Signage: The Art of Coming SoonThe restaurant, named after the ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanThai donuts: You'd have to be lacking taste buds to hate these.If you've ever dreamed of eating your way through the fast food stations of Asia, make sure you hit next year's Asian Culture Festival, which takes place annually at Fruit & Spice Park in Homestead. Sure the ... More >>
via Call of Duty: Black OpsWant to kill Fidel Castro? Think you've got what it takes to gun down the guy who's survived almost 700 assassination attempts, from exploding cigars to fungus-infested wetsuits to handgun wielding psychos? Now's your chance thanks to the new entry in the Call of D ... More >>
The last thing in the world Riptide wants to do is step on the feet of Rick at South Florida Daily Blog, but we have a corporate mandate to do some sort of weekly roundup of local blogs. Not that we don't love acknowledging Miami's many fine bloggers, but we're going to try to do something different ... More >>
The star gives us one of his most personal films, and perhaps a farewell.
The Buck starts here.
It's all in the stars.
You may be reading this tomorrow when none of this matters. But I thought I’d give you a little flavor of just how weird life gets for us here at the New Times. While most cities and towns snooze during their local elections. The City of Progress jitters and jumps and shouts and calls each othe ... More >>
Werner Herzog takes his hero worship Hollywood
Aristocracy in Vietnam, she lives in a Collins Avenue condo and attends a synagogue
Unless Manny Diaz tops him, Dexter is the hottest candidate for the 2004 county race
Letters from the Issue of February 7, 2002
Pretty saucy for a Vietnamese eatery in America
The King and I
Battling cancer, veteran pol Dante Fascell talks of war, Cuba, and a lifetime of putting Miami on the map
Treasure hunter, diving extremist, and aspiring filmmaker Ron McManmon launches the ultimate party barge and introduces the gentleman's sport of shark riding