You'd think the life of a rock star would be all bottle-popping and pretty girls. This might be the case for some, but not for the likes of Stellar Revival's drummer, Andrew Koussevitzky.
The Miami-based music man lives a simple life in a Brickell high-rise with bills, high gas prices, and bad res ... More >>
Every restaurant up and down Miami Beach claims to pay close attention to detail. After all, how can they get away with charging exorbitant prices for simple dishes and subpar service? One thing is for sure: Only one restaurant in Miami Beach features original lamps that 150 years ago were chosen to ... More >>
Georges Kitchen and Loft is a departure into opulence for restaurateur Georges-Eric Farge. Farge, who is known for his casual French/American Miami bistros, recently opened Georges, hiring a Michelin Star chef and gutting an old antique shop in Midtown to create his own vision of what happens when N ... More >>
Southwest Eighth Street, which runs from the edge of Brickell near Biscayne Bay straight west into the Everglades, is for many reasons considered the heart of Miami. In the latter half of the 20th century Little Havana grew up around it as hundreds of thousands of Cubans fled Cuban dictator Fidel Ca ... More >>
The anticipated 11th annual Wine On Harvest Moon event will take place Saturday, October 27, at the historic Deering Estate at Cutler. It promises to be a spectacular evening in a sublime environment. This year, Harvest Moon will be the theme for the soiree, which invites enthusiasts to eat, drink, ... More >>
London, Paris, Milan ... Miami? According to research from Bundle.com, Miami is one of America's most fashion conscious cities. Which isn't to say that we dress well, just that we spend a lot of money on expensive designer clothes.As Dolly Parton once said, "It takes a lot of money to look this chea ... More >>
Want access to our Best Of picks from your smartphone? Download our free Best Of app for the iPhone or Android phone from the App Store or Google Play.If you want the finest croissant you'll ever have outside of Paris, head right over to Claude's Patisserie. Claude retired some years ago, but he ... More >>
2003, John Miller , Galerie Praz-Delavallade ParisEverything is YouWhen thinking of food and Art Basel, one's mind usually wanders to hot-spot eateries and restaurants likely to be crammed to capacity. But food art? Well, we found one artist whose medium is just that: food. Take a look at John Mi ... More >>
Some of the material on Astari Nite's new forthcoming EP, Requiem Mass, may sound familiar.
Songs like "Astrid" and "True Romance" have become staples in the four-piece's repertoire over the past couple of years as the band has honed its reverb-laden, English-influenced sound.
What's new here ... More >>
Miami born and raised, Chef Scott Fredel grew up enjoying Florida's fertile waters, fishing all the time. The chef left our sunny shores only for a taste of the Big Apple's Culinary Institute of America, and for a jaunt at EuroDisney, but we won't ruin his story for you. You can read it here your ... More >>
Michael E. MillerNo parking. No bikes. No good.Just about everyone with a cerebral cortex agrees the planet is getting warmer, and we driver assholes are the ones to blame. So it's hard to hate on efforts that encourage us to ditch our gas-guzzlers and put some effort into getting around town.
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Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the Supreme Court
stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New
Times. This week, Luke starts a worldwide political movement.Around
this time last year, undercover racist movement Take America Back began to take s ... More >>
Signature soufflés from one of the best.Granted, nobody is going to mistake the dining scene in South Miami with that of Paris or New York. Or with that of Miami or Miami Beach. Or with that of downtown Milwaukee...On the other hand, it does match up pretty well with the dining scene in Coconut ... More >>
Tripatini is international in scope but was founded here in the 305.Tripatini, founded last year in March by Miamians Jose Balido and Dave Appell, is a unique social networking site for travelers. The website launched in late August and was dubbed "Facebook for travelers" by the New York Post. Si ... More >>
Santigold: She's a lady.Last time Santigold (a.k.a., Santi White, formerly Santogold) was in Miami, she played at Ultra Music Festival back in March. Unfortunately, she was relegated to an early slot on the first day of the festival, so she played to a sparse crowd. We missed her set all together ... More >>
Jackie SayetMarie Antoinette's gaze beholds the dining room. Behold, Villaroel's muse?The question is not, is three Michelin star restaurant-experienced Chef
Elida Villaroel ready for Coral Gables, but rather, is Coral Gables
ready for her?Pensive and profound, yet uncomplicated. Calculate ... More >>
Conrad MiamiNew logo, new menu and conceptConrad Miami is no longer chefless. Executive Chef Jonathan McCann fills the four month void at its signature restaurant Atrio, since Michael Gilligan exited in the spring to join the W Hotel South Beach. McCann now oversees the Brickell luxury hotel's in ... More >>