Art Week means countless guides, lists and must-sees for the weekend. The sheer amount of events and galleries can leave you overwhelmed and if you're not careful, on the couch confused and defeated. To help foodies make some decisions this weekend, we came up with yet another list that pairs what ... More >>
This Sunday, families all over the country will participate in the tradition of stashing either painted eggs or eggs already filled with goodies all over the house and neighborhood. If the regular old egg hunt just won't satisfy the kiddies, there are a number of interesting egg hunts scattered arou ... More >>
Burn Notice doesn't tell the half of the absurd real-life characters who call Miami home. Take Sarkis Soghanalian, our very own "Merchant of Death," who sold Saddam Hussein his arsenal, profiteered from dozens of bloody wars, and whenever things went sour, traded his freedom for juicy CIA intel o ... More >>
Miami Metrozoo workers were cutting branches to feed to giraffes when they found the body of a woman near the entrance of the zoo April 19. Police have now identified the body as that of 60-year-old Gloria Marinckovic of Kendall. Marinckovic suffered from Alzheimer's disease and had gone missin ... More >>
Rhinoceroses don't come included in the ticket price.Have you bought your Brew at the Zoo tickets yet? No? Bad news! Pre-sale tickets have officially sold out. We'll have a limited amount of tickets available for walk-ups tomorrow, but we highly suggest you get there early if you want to snag one ... More >>
No rhinoceroses were harmed in the making of this logo.In a match made in drunk heaven, Miami Metrozoo and the Miami New Times have paired up for Brew at the Zoo. What took us so long? I mean exotic animals and booze go hand in hand. Our sister paper, New Times Broward-Palm Beach (erroneously rep ... More >>
And this sign is so great. Good luck fitting the new name on anything like this.Zoo is one of the funnest words in the English language, and the name "Miami MetroZoo" is just charming and pretty well known at this point.It's worked for 30 years, and there's nothing wrong with it. So leave it to t ... More >>
Jesse Jackson was in town for the Super Bowl and decided to engage in his number one hobby: protesting. He marched against high rates of foreclosure and unemployment. [NBCMiami]A truck pulling a livestock trailer jackknifed in Weston. The driver and about 100 of the animals were killed, bu ... More >>
Last night, Banana Republican settled into bed with a nice cup of eggnog and holiday gingerbread cookies while indulging in one of my favorite past times -- cracking up at the expense of the rubes who end up on the Epic Fail blog. I came across this early Christmas present for my loyal reade ... More >>
Photo by Ron MagillNot the kind of clown you find at Cirque du Soleil.Finding a place to take the peewees for a wholesome Halloween scare can be a daunting chore in this town. But the folks over at Miami's Metrozoo neatly fit the bill with Dr. Wilde's Screamatorium, the zoo's first full-scale fam ... More >>
ILoveMiamiSpice.comYou know that during Miami Spice more than 100 restaurants have reduced fixed prices for lunch and dinner. You may not know clubs, spas, and even hotels have a special deal too. It's called the "443," meaning that four people can get admission to a par ... More >>
via Erica Marshall's flickrWoah, hold on their St. Petersrbug Times, you're given us a major case of nostalgia. Remember "Mold-A-Rama" machines? You'd put a few dollars in and the machine would make a wax toy in front of your eyes. Apparently Florida has more of these machines left than any oth ... More >>
The New York Times Arts & Leisure Weekend is here!
Rawrrrr Apparently there's another kitty in the Magic City with a name pronounced Raina, and much like New Times' own sexy-time columnist, this one seems to encourage folks to let their freak flags fly. You're going to have to go to the NBC6 video page to meet Miami Metrozoo's Ron Magill, who took ... More >>
Halloween kicks off a weekend early.
The mayor and a sloth at the center of another backcountry feud.
Dont let go during Humpys camel ride!
Go speeding through Kendall and give giraffes love.
Fidel Castro Resigns. No One Cares – In Miami, the expected reaction to the news of Castro’s resignation fizzles. The media ends up caring more than the Cuban exile community. Inflation Cuts the Fed’s Power – The Federal Reserve, despite the fact that it has cut short-term interest rates i ... More >>
Work off that sweet potato casserole ASAP.
Beastie boys and girls hang at Metrozoo
Is that a banana in your pocket?
This party will be an absolute zoo
Parade around with Santa's helpers
One Ninety Eighty-Sixed
Zoo-Inn at Miami Metrozoo
Police veteran pumps for glory
Saving the one-horned rhino is his mission
The birds are back from the brink
Two parts pragmatism and one part nostalgia keep Miami's last propeller-driven cargo planes skimming the skies