Larry Chi has been working with fish in raw form since his early 20s. His restaurant, Akashi, which opened in 1993 near Sunset Place was among the first sushi bars in South Miami. Twenty-one years later, it is a landmark of the local culinary scene. Two decades, two Akashi's, and one renovation la ... More >>
In this week's metro, we describe how advances in DNA technology have allowed Miami-Dade medical investigators to solve at least 16 cold cases in the past couple of years. The murder of one woman, whose body parts were found all over town, haunted cops and coroners alike for nearly 30 years before g ... More >>
So there's no more rumor-mongering, let's get all the facts straight, starting with the name of the new restaurant opening across from Joe's Stone Crab in mid-April: Estiatorio Milos. No, it's not in the former Au Pied de Cochon space. Yes, you have been getting the name wrong. But that's okay -- ... More >>
All photos by Laine DossMr. Moe's turns ten on Saturday - we want the bear to wear a party hat.A hunting lodge in Coconut Grove. That's what the owners of Mr. Moe's wanted to recreate ten years ago, so they imported river rock from Colorado, logs from Nova Scotia, and a whole lot of stuffed anima ... More >>
Hog snapper at Fifi's Place.The most apt adjective for many Miami restaurants would be "overrated." With a non-stop public relations machine grinding out release after release of hyped-up claims about this place and that, and food bloggers eagerly rewording the PR praises in exchange for unspecif ... More >>
The New Comfort Food/Chronicle BooksJames Beard award-winning magazine, 'Saveur', has released a cookbook that does more than simply regurgitate a back-log of published recipes. For The New Comfort Food, editor-in-chief and Top Chef judge, James Oseland, sought secrets from chefs aroun ... More >>
Via Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt's Facebook pageTonight's in-store show at Sweat Records, brought to you by the people behind the Death to the Sun series, presents rowdier fare than usual. Original headliners, the ominously named Brooklyn duo Unstoppable Death Machines, have canceled. but there's ... More >>
Not Canadian.It's been eight months since we dived headlong into hip-hop megaproducer Scott Storch's life and came up with this feature, but one thing continues to haunt us: The persistent misinformation that Storch was born in Canada. Even the Associated Press insists that it is so. It is ... More >>
The Palm The Year of The Lobster, only at The PalmFor 40 years, The Palm has been synonymous with its signature jumbo broiled Nova Scotia lobsters -- well, at least among seafood lovers. Beginning Monday, June 1, we're hearing that The Palm in Bay Harbor Islands will offer a lobster sp ... More >>
This North Beach spot sells top-grade seafood.
The Famous Kosher Restaurant fills a coming void and then some.
So he's naked and in his seventies. He's still the coolest guy you'll ever meet.
Interpol gets darker but shines brighter with its stunning third album
The Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival will be honoring both Martha and the Mondavi winemakers at its annual tribute brunch this Sunday, and the aforementioned honorees are preparing the meal.
Hard Candy turns the tables on an online pedophile
Nightclub shuffle, Overtown hustle, Wynwood bustle
Old-schoolers know that The Eat were the original Miami punks
Macbeth meets the classic-rock block in Scotland, PA.
The world's foremost bloodstain-pattern analysts convene at a local Holiday Inn to trade gore stories and chatter about spatter