Overachiever Anthony Bourdain has a lot planned for fall. The television host/book producer/chef is looking forward to two of his television projects premiering their second seasons. Parts Unknown on CNN is gearing up for a second season of travel, food, and political chow chow.
Every year around this time, mango-philes rejoice as Fairchild Garden hosts its annual ode to all incarnations of the fleshy fruit. With more than 1,000 varieties of the tropical treat growing worldwide, there's more than enough to keep crowds busy all weekend. But for those who attend annually, wh ... More >>
If one were to describe Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown, it would have to, quite simply, be "just like No Reservations -- with slow motion."Bourdain has said that he left he Travel Channel and moved to CNN to gain access to places that he couldn't go to with No Reservations. There was never any exp ... More >>
Anthony Bourdain's CNN show, Parts Unknown, premieres this Sunday, April 14, at 9 p.m., and the cable network is all behind him. Recently, the network placed a full-page ad in the New York Times "reintroducing" itself and featuring many of its headliners -- including Bourdain.Bourdain has also been ... More >>
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 may have opened just days ago, but on a Thursday evening, the place was already as lively as its sister establishment Yardbird Southern Table & Bar. Like Yardbird, Khong's colors are warm. Repurposed Thai shipping crates serve as wood wall decor. Edison bulbs cast a warm copper ... 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 >>
Looks like everyone in the free world takes what Anthony Bourdain tweets into consideration.Read also:Parts Unknown: Anthony Bourdain Previews New CNN ShowWhile filming episodes for his new CNN show Parts Unknown in Myanmar, Bourdain tweeted the following nugget of inside information:
Among the many cruel side effects of the five-decade old American embargo against Cuba -- economic stagnation, consolidated power for Castro, decaying infrastructure -- there's another oft-ignored tragedy: Cubans are among the only people on earth to whom Coca-Cola isn't officially selling their sug ... More >>
We just usually read Parade magazine for Howard Huge cartoons and "Ask Marilyn," but the magazine actually keeps a somewhat frequently updated list of the world's worst dictators. For the first time this year, Raúl Castro and Hugo Chávez made the top ten list.
Oye, Miami, you hot, wet, beautiful, lady. Thank you for attracting all the art world with your charms. There is no shortage of great work to experience and the atmosphere is unparalleled. We rolled through the city yesterday and had a lot of fun. Here is some of what we saw.
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 >>
Jacob KatelAli Aziz in his bakery. Custom order of Spanakopita for a regular Greek customer fresh out of the oven in foreground. Middle East Best Food (1711 Coral Way) is an ethnic food shop, a bakery, and tribute to owner Ali Aziz's iron clad work ethic. He has run three stores in Miami over alm ... More >>
Twenty years later, our one-man military machine's still going Rambo.
An outlaw and former spook takes on the Venezuelan dictator
The awful reality of war hits the Wolf
Dinosaurs rule the dance floors no more
Because We Can (Global Underground)
Thirty-one flavors of salvation
Gay-bashers, gangbangers, and Peruvian libido
Pretty saucy for a Vietnamese eatery in America
The King and I
Judge Federico Moreno "disappears" the Cuba ordinance
The Latin Grammys got the headlines, but brave and bruised theater director Alberto Sarraín got the honors
The Cuban embargo is supposed to be getting tougher on travelers, but it's just getting weirder
April 30 - May 6, 1998
The Touch Research Institute promotes the laying on of healing hands
Treasure hunter, diving extremist, and aspiring filmmaker Ron McManmon launches the ultimate party barge and introduces the gentleman's sport of shark riding