Innasense was founded in 1990 by A Man Named Scratch, last seen in Belize after saying, "Screw the tour! Let's stay here forever." (He did, however, help the band win its coveted 1991 Best Reggae Band award from Miami New Times.) Today, the group still soldiers on with core members Jimi Dred and V ... More >>
Actor Olivier Martinez confirmed his engagement to Halle Berry at a promotional affair for Villa Azur, which he co-owns with French friends Michael Martin and Jean Philippe Bernard. Martinez has been called "the French Brad Pitt." Martin has been hosting nightlife parties at sundry South Beach clubs ... More >>
For every fat, drunk American football fan who couldn't even sit (or, uh, dance) through Madonna's 12-minute Super Bowl XLVI halftime bonanza, there are millions of giddy pop music fans in party towns like Istanbul, Zagreb, Warsaw, Kansas City, and St. Paul who'd be totally willing to blow their ... More >>
Via High Club's FacebookHigh Club in Nice, France.The French have taken over South Beach, and they're getting High on Ocean Drive. No, not high high, just High Miami, SoBe's newest nightclub. Located at the Casanova Suites Hotel, the French Riviera's "most famous club" is opening its first ... More >>
Lee KleinThis plate and a cup of coffee for $5.95.The 1st Avenue Bistro & Bakery has been around since 2008 downtown near the courthouse. It is owned and operated by a French couple who opened their first restaurant, Les Trois Petits Bergers, in Izeaux, France, in 1989. They also had a second es ... More >>
Tagliatelle, a traditional Italian restaurant with an emphasis on seafood, quietly opened November 1 at 124 Collins Avenue in South Beach (in the space formerly...wait, I forgot...oh, right, Amnesia). Restaurateur Matthieu Mineo, from Nice, France, has two restaurants in his home country. Does So ... More >>
The trail of a $6 million art heist in France ends in suburban South Florida.
Hang on tightly to those Picassos at Basel. Art crime is on the rise.
Neil Jordan and Nick Nolte pull off a twitchy Gallic heist
The little French café that has really big taste
Miami is going to miss you. Your vision for the city. Your political savvy. Your cosmopolitan sophistication. Your utter gall.
Jack Leonard has opened his South Dade home to Guatemalan migrants. What more can he do?