Dolphins' defensive tackle Jared Odrick has one of the more distinctive sack dances in the game. Whenever he sacks a QB, he pulls some moves straight out of Pee-wee's Big Adventure. Well, Pee-wee himself has noticed and has a message for Odrick.
Welcome to another Miami Dolphins season, kicking off this Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. Gone is the old logo and uniforms. Gone are many of last seasons players. Enter a lot of expectations for a franchise that has routinely disappointed it's fans over the past decade, or four. Sunday is a f ... More >>
It's been a decade since a University of Miami Hurricane went in the NBA Draft's first round. But this year's edition of the Canes made history by winning the ACC outright and rolling into the tournament's Sweet Sixteen, so it's appropriate that their star would land higher in the draft than any UM ... More >>
Photo by Virginia Sherwood/BravoUnfortunately, Padma wasn't the quinceañera.The dust of more than a dozen would-be cheftestants hauling it back to where they came from has finally cleared, and now it's time to really start the new season of Top Chef: Texas. The show promises to move around the s ... More >>
Beer. It's been the go-to beverage for getting a buzz since the ancient Egyptian pharaohs had their first kegger at the paws of the Sphinx.Since Oktoberfest is upon us, we figured we'd put together a collection of our favorite drinking songs. Some are classics, some are weird, but all have one th ... More >>
SOMEBODY SAID SOMETHING I DON'T AGREE WITH LET'S KILL HIMWe didn't mean to open quite so many cans of worms with posts about Florida Rep. Allen West and the furious email he sent to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz. The blog posts stayed away from his politics, stayed away from her politics and simply s ... More >>
Say you wanted to kill someone you admire -- not that we're advocatin'.
Some Florida lawmaker may be hellbent on only luring "family friendly" movies to the Sunshine State, but if filmmakers want to make darker pictures set in our state it seems like Puerto Rico can play the role of South Florida pretty well. More and more films are using the island as a cheaper d ... More >>
Once upon a time – the mid- to late Eighties, to be precise – heavy metal ruled the rock landscape. On the pop side, of course, there were the infamous hair bands. But on another, more underground but no less popular side, were a number of faster genre offshoots, presided over by a pantheon of g ... More >>
Its the Miami Improv Festival!