New Times' Best of Miami 2013 issue arrives June 13. To celebrate, Short Order is serving up the top 30 tastemakers in the 305. These people have helped shape the Miami food scene into what it is today. We began with number 30 and will lead up to the county's number one. A Q&A session is included in ... More >>
Dinner and a movie is a pairing as time-worn as bread and butter. But instead of the usual Netflix and Chinese take-out you and the SO have settled into, why not step out for some cultural enrichment and real grub instead? O Cinema's March installment of its OMG Dinner & a Movie will feature a ... More >>
The Station, Miami's first attempt at an "art lounge restaurant" had its soft opening a little over a month ago, which has given us here at Short Order ample time to let its managers prepare the kitchen for our visit.It's located at 63 NE 14th St., just down the street from its musical neighbor and ... More >>
There is something irresistible about building a craft and driving it off a high platform into the water. Just ask any one of the teams that participated in Saturday's Red Bull Flugtag (pronounced floog-tog). See also: - Photos: Red Bull Flugtag Miami 2012 at Bayfront Park - Video: Red Bull Flugtag ... More >>
This July, WLRN will add America's Test Kitchen to its 91.3 FM summer lineup, in addition to TEDTalks, Tell Me More, and the much-hyped quiz show& Ask Me Another, which started in Brooklyn's Bell House for audiences keen on obscure trivia. But alas, we're here to talk food. The America's Test K ... More >>
This year's best picks: Pig pens, pop-up pianos, and hip-hop pioneers.
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer: "What the HELL is a Twitter?"Welp, it's official -- the Honorable Dong from New York's 9th District is "Weiner" by both name and hobby. Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner admitted yesterday that he did indeed tweet a picture of his stiffy to the entire Internet last w ... More >>
Mayor Tomas Regalado stands in the lobby of the intercontinental hotel and stares up at an off-white marble sculpture that resembles a skewed donut hole surrounded by folds. "You have to say it's pretty," the mayor says. "But I don't get it."
Carissa ChesanekThe 944 "Art Issue" celebration took place last night at the W South Beach, and although Stoli presented the event, guests were not able to taste-test the latest flavored vodka, Wild Cherri.
Artist Jason GalbutBefore we discuss Wynwood resident Jason Galbut's Restaurant, a behemoth painting hanging right in the middle of the esteemed Saatchi Gallery in London until the end of May, why don't we indulge in a quick game of "I Spy?" Can you find the fish made of French fries? How about the ... More >>
Art Asia is one of the few fairs to debut this year, though, as an annex to Scope. As the name suggests it specializes in contemporary art by Asian artists. The stated purpose is to demonstrate the influence of Asian art on the world, yet the most obvious theme found in many of the booths was Americ ... More >>
A billion bucks later, the home of the stars is back.
Warhol's film legacy on tour
Classical music meets South Beach yuppie
Connie and Carla models a classic, but ends up being a drag
Bambi knows what boys like -- boys like her
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
Miami's Grammy Booty
Something Cloudy, Something Clear
Naked Boys Singing!
And when it's not, even acclaimed investigative reporters eat crow
Jazz and blues do the horizontal bop as William Evans looks forward and back
Jimi Hendrix's guitar. John Lennon's furniture. Bono's sunglasses. Hope I die before I get sold.
Six weeks into hurricane season, and barely a sprinkle. Forget the so-called weather experts, it's time for some real forecasting.