For more on the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, check out New Times' Taste guide, hitting newsstands Thursday, February 21.
Think about the last time you shared a bottle of vino with friends. Unless you're a group of uppity wine connoisseurs or sommeliers, chances are the wine in your glass mean ... More >>
In the 1970s, Miami's TK Productions sold hundreds of millions of records around the world. Yes, hundreds of millions of records around the world.
They were all cut in a tiny eight-track studio in Hialeah by a close-knit team of musicians and songwriters. The family worked together on each oth ... More >>
Christmas is only a week away, friends. That means if you haven't shopped for the lovely lady in your life, you'd best get into high hustle mode.If you're shopping for someone into food and drink there's that slippery slope on what to get her. While an fire engine red Le Creuset cookware set might g ... More >>
Granted ... Lil Wayne ain't no Nelson Mandela.
He only spent 11 months in prison (not, you know, 27 years) after getting busted on his tour bus for "attempted possession of a weapon" (not, you know, attempting to free the people of South Africa from the horrors of Apartheid), but why not cash in ... More >>
Hey there! Did you miss the first part of this interview with Sergio Sigala, the executive chef at Cecconi's? If so, take a look here before you read on.
New Times: I hear you're an athlete. What's your exercise regimen?Sergio Sigala: I am running in marathons and triathlons, biking a lot. In No ... More >>
The Royal Palm hotel was the first black-owned hotel in all of Miami Beach, and as our Francisco Alvarado once put it, "was supposed to be a beacon of atonement for Miami-Dade County's racist past." After it re-opened on 16th and Collins in 2002, a string of bad business calculations and bitter d ... More >>
Photo by Liana Lozada On Wednesday, February 9, FIU's Biscayne Bay Campus got a little taste of Chicago rapper and actor Common. The speaking engagement was titled "The Effects of Hip-Hop on Modern Society." But it took the form of a motivational speech on achieving individual greatness.
Common ... More >>
US Marshals Service Wesley Snipes can learn a lot from Martha Stewart. He starts a three-year prison sentence tomorrow in Pennsylvania for tax-related infractions. But rather than accepting his punishment like a man, he bitched to Larry King last night on CNN about how "upset and disappointed tha ... More >>
The Royal Palm Hotel will be sold in a public auction in May.The Royal Palm Hotel on 16th
Street and Collins Avenue was supposed to be a beacon of atonement for
Miami-Dade County's racist past.In 1989, county officials snubbed South
African leader Nelson Mandela when he visited Miami. African Ame ... More >>