The Canes are currently ranked No. 8 in the Baseball America rankings. But what's the real reason you'll find a lot of fans heading to Alex Rodriguez Park? The milkshakes. Creamy concoctions so good spectators don't mind missing an inning or two to wait in line. Mitch Freedman is the man you'll al ... More >>
"As I travel the district, I hear the exact same things," Florida Republican congressional candidate Jacob A. Rush writes on his campaign website. "People are nervous; they don't understand their government anymore -- it literally makes no sense." Rush, however, has now been outed as an active mem ... More >>
If you stop by Ms. Cheezious for lunch at Coconut Grove Bank today from 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m., be prepared to offer some congratulations any maybe see some campaign buttons. No, Ms. Cheezious is not running for Congress (though she's not any cheesier than anyone else in Washington D.C.). Ms. Cheezio ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke goes after one of the most watched shows on cable television.I've never been a big fan of the First 48, the reality-TV show that ... More >>
Most art is silent. Even during Basel week. That's why we here at Crossfade -- an admittedly hopeless gaggle of noise junkies -- just can't get through the week without offsetting our 12-hour days at the art fairs with 12-hour nights at Miami's hipster bars, rock dives, and downtown concert hall ... More >>
Bloomberg Businessweek recently decided to count down the top 50 best cities in America, and Miami doesn't even make their list.They even based their rankings on attributes like leisure activities (including bars, restaurants, and sports teams), and clean air. So, you'd think we'd at least make it o ... More >>
via soundcloud.com/work-drugsRemember your cousin's Quinces? Aside from the choreographed salsa rueda, what was the entertainment like? Chances are if your prima turned 15 in Miami, it was a Yellow Pages DJ-for-hire that mixed a blend booty bass, merengue, and a few slow jams after sprinkling T ... More >>
Food Network Paula Deen needs her chicken!The South Beach Wine and Food Festival is coming this week and you can't even pay your FP&L bill, let alone shell out the $225 for a ticket to the Grand Tasting tents. Hell, you can't even ask your boss if he has an extra ticket because you wer ... More >>
Design by Kent HernandezStretch out your candy sacks. Sharpen your fangs with a nail file. And prepare for fire, crushed pumpkins, and a plague of too-old kids in costumes. It's Hollerween. In seven hours, Miami's Afrobeta and two other electro-indie party crews -- NYC creep poppers Holy Ghost ... More >>
Our writer loves the band's psychedelic rock/reggae fusion, and he's not afraid to say so.
It's not all glitz and glory at the table.
A veteran Olympic swimmer Aims to beat the skeptics.
Miami versus FSU rocked. Next up: Stanford.
Three weeks ago, I spoke on the phone with the two women who will be starring in Florida Grand Opera’s upcoming production of Tosca, Giacomo Puccini’s great opera about a brave, doomed painter, a jealous, doomed singer, and a very-mean (and very-doomed) police chief. One of these interviews was ... More >>
Florida Grand Opera's lead diva gears up for Puccini's masterwork.
Jesse Jackson sings a city's soul to wake
The game of baseball isn't played against the clock, which is a good thing because Jack McKeon has lots of stories to tell
A bitter wine freak makes an adorable hero in Alexander Payne's Sideways
Mouse on Mars are the radical connectors of electronic architecture
A UN of doctors saves a little American from ventricular septal defect
University of Miami administrators called for downfield interference
The late Skip Spence finally receives some attention
If racial strife and political bickering were crimes, the entire staff of Dade County's corrections department would be locked up
Clear Out Remember Zima? Debuted with a splash, then all the fizz went out of it.
The Texas Tenor train keeps a-rollin', next stop Illinois
Does it really matter if a few Miami rock bands volunteer to play live shows in an effort to help water-weary Iowans?