Did you know that there's a chocolate factory right here in Miami that specializes in private label productions and premium label sweets? We've got our own version of Willy Wonka, and it's called Tierra Nueva. The local chocolate-makers launched here two years ago, but just recently they've introdu ... More >>
Michael and Angela Moed had no idea what they were getting themselves into before starting the process of opening their own cupcake shop. In fact, it took them almost three years of planning. All for cupcakes. Sounds silly, right? But when you step into Sweet Times Cupcakes & Coffee, a tiny shop lo ... More >>
Paul Huizenga One of Paul Huizenga's Art Basel entries.About two years ago, food trucks began appearing in Miami almost as if by magic. Then, like rabbits, they started to multiply. But did anyone stop to think what went on in the lives of food truck owners before they started servin ... More >>
Weezy F. Baby needs E.F. HuttonAs the tax season draws to a close this week, some of our more recognizable citizens are probably wondering if Uncle Sam will catch them cheating on their taxes again. Take Lil Wayne, who was just popped by the Internal Revenue Service for not paying his fair share ... More >>
A Miami native nicknamed "The Grinder" won the biggest trophy in professional poker early this morning, outlasting a Russian pro in a marathon 14-hour battle at the Poker Player's Championship at the World Series of Poker. photo by flipchip, via Wikimedia Commons North Miami Beach native Mich ... More >>
"Anyone who claims to play poker for a living in this state is a wannabe, a jerk-off, and, furthermore, a degenerate."
It's not all glitz and glory at the table.
You don't have to be a millionaire to enjoy Art Basel (but it sure helps).
Know when to hold em
When do five cards mean millions of dollars? When you're playing in the World Series of Poker. Just ask one of the year's finalists, North Miami Beach's John Spadavecchia.