Ben Greenman Ben Greenman was a 20-year-old rookie scribe fresh out of Yale when he was hired to write for the Miami New Times in 1990. The Palmettto Senior High alum joined a rabble rousing crew of writers who included Greg Baker, Jim Defede, Sean Rowe and Steve Almond. They were the ones who ... More >>
If you're young and male and highly educated, you've inevitably viewed the sea as a potential testing ground, an antidote of sorts to the education you didn't receive. And most likely, you chickened out, or we'd have read about it, because nearly every piece of literature about an intellectual pi ... More >>
Melville House BooksI used to spend a lot of time and money purchasing slick vinyl re-issues of "forgotten" or "lost" eras in American music: albums with titles like New Orleans Funk, Vol. 1: The Original Sound of Funk, 1960-1975 and Miami Sound: Rare Funk and Soul from Miami, Florida 1967-1974 ... More >>
Neil Jordan and Nick Nolte pull off a twitchy Gallic heist
Madame has her charms, but this Houseguest needs to be thrown out on the street
In a timely revival, Buñuel's love looks like a kind of war
This romantic comedy gets lost in the woods for a while before finding the right path
Quik Park's Hank Sopher has made a quick buck from garages and vacant lots. Now politicians are wondering if he's selling the public short.
Claire Denis meditates upon masculinity in Beau Travail
How did Miami commission candidates spend their excess campaign funds? On family and friends, of course.
What happens when a female passenger is assaulted on a cruise ship? Not much.