"What's your favorite restaurant?" That question, recently batted around at our weekly editorial meeting, got us all thinking. If we had to choose one favorite at gunpoint, what would that restaurant be, and why? Each week, a different Short Order blogger will celebrate his or her favorite eatery -- ... More >>
Kim Kardashian's recent trip to Miami to scout locations for her store D-A-S-H has led some to speculate that a new version of her eponymous reality show could be headed this way. But Miami has already been taken! By Kardashians! We're specifically referring to 2009's Kourtney & Khloe Take Mi ... More >>
via Monroe County Sheriff's OfficeMiriam GarmasIf you're going to rip off your own mom for ten grand, you may as well get your money's worth, right? So goes the tale of Miriam Garmas, a 34-year-old from Stock Island who police say committed the perfectly stereotypical South Florida crime by defra ... More >>
via NYKetteAnyone who's ever done time in a South Beach club line already knows this: Club bouncers judge you.Lauren Rivera, an Ivy League-educated sociology researcher at the Kellogg Institute, ended up infiltrating an unnamed trendy club in Manhattan (probably the kind this guy frequents) worki ... More >>
It's almost time for the Holidays, which means it's time to cover your house in lights, find a present for your weird uncle Adolpho, and, oh right, the annual War on Christmas.The American Family Association kicked things off early this year by calling for a two month boycott on Gap Inc.
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Crispin Porter Bogusky has long been an anchor of Miami business. Cool, Coconut Grove and booming. But now it's on the decline, and this smells bad for the South Florida economy. Indeed, as the recession cools off spending among high end consumers, the falling fortunes of this leader in boutiqu ... More >>
Crispin Porter Bogusky's bizarre Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates ads may have left me and you and everyone we know confused as hell, but now the Miami-based infant terrible of the ad world has been named US Ad Agency of the Year by AdWeek. Not inspite of the Seinfeld ads, but because of them:"The ... More >>
Javier Peña is a maverick cabbie on a mission to turn the notorious Miami taxi industry into a respectable profession. So far he's been threatened, shot at, fined, and fired. In other words, he's making progress.