The heated battle for Miami's Best Brew may have gone cold, but the buzz is back after a surprising announcement on Krups' Facebook page. The bean counters at Krups announced the winner this week as downtown's Eternity Coffee Roasters. Tinta y Café and Eternity were neck-and-neck in the battle f ... More >>
According to the data we pulled on your favorite things to read in 2012, the only proper way to describe you would be like this: A cupcake-eating, burger-hankering, breakfast-cooking, Taco Bell-drive-thru-ing, Bourdain-Tweeting, date-romancing, french fry-licking, late-night-eating, macaroni and ch ... More >>
I've never been to Portugal, but my favorite aunt Mae used to travel there frequently. Every week I received a little care package in the mail. Sometimes a doll with what seemed like 100 layers of petticoats and skirts, sometimes a small bracelet. Then she "took" a towel from the Lisbon Hilton ... More >>
On Monday evening, the season eight premiere of No Reservations took Anthony Bourdain to Mozambique.The next morning, I blogged that the episode was a departure from most of Bourdain's usually snarky world view. A few hours later, Bourdain Tweeted the following:
If you recall, I groused through Tony's fluffier show, The Layover (which, by the way, was picked up for one more season), opting to reserve my critical eye for the more serious, eyeglass-wearing cousin, No Reservations. The season eight opener, which featured the African country of Mozambique, went ... More >>
Anthony Bourdain, the chef, traveler, writer, snarkmeister, and media whore extraordinaire, is doing the full-on media blitz to get the word out that No Reservations premieres tonight, at 9 p.m. on Travel Channel. Last week he was on Jon Stewart's Daily Show, where Stewart said he gets diarrhea just ... More >>
A celebrity is born every 60 seconds. At least these days, that's the case. And the proverbial fifteen minutes of fame have been stretched to an eternity. Yet despite contentions to the contrary, few are real stars. And even among those who could be called natural-born entertainers, there aren' ... More >>
Photos at the Spanish Cultural Center remind us wars linger.
The story of an Eighties anti-apartheid activist carries overtones of the present
Elegant and self-assured, Mariza immerses herself in the joys of fado
Femi Kuti: The next generation of Afro-beat
Will the arrival of Cuban artist Manuel Mendive provoke another fiery response from anti-Castro forces?
Miami businessman Hugo Cancio's musical saga of Cuba's greatest vocal group has taken the island by storm and is now headed here