Patricia Yeo has quite an extensive resume and career trajectory. Originally the Oregon native was on a science path, studying biochemistry at Princeton University when she enrolled in a cooking class in New York. She met celebrity chef Bobby Flay while attending New York Restaurant School, and he ... 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. Today, Luke addresses the clash between residents and cops in Ferguson, MO. The protests and riots in Ferguson, Missouri are providing proof the ... More >>
The wait is over. Today, the latest edition of our Best of Miami issue goes live, packed with hundreds of our choices for everything from the finest smokey dive bars to the greatest elegant craft cocktails, from the greatest spots to kayak to the coolest thrift stores -- and, of course, all your rea ... More >>
Leicester Bryce Stovell claims that when he was 29 years old he met a 15-year-old Gloria James, took her home, loved her up without the benefit of a condom, and that nine months later little LeBron popped out. That's skeevy enough, but once James became famous, Stovell decided to cash in on t ... More >>
In US News and World Report's rankings of America's best colleges, the state of Florida boast two schools in the top 50: University of Florida and University of Miami. Forbes is now in the college ranking business too, and the rankings for the schools in Florida strike as a bit weird. Only o ... More >>
A University of Florida student takes a moment to unwind between classes. As if they needed another excuse to celebrate, students at the University of Florida have just been ranked number one in the country by the Princeton Review. Not in any academic category. That would be, like, totally lame. As ... More >>
For more than 80 years the Miami Times has been the voice of the black community, but fewer and fewer people are listening
Andrea Loring got tired of seeing private high schools recruit star basketball players. But she had no idea busting them would bring her such grief.
Years behind schedule and way over budget, the performing arts center is another Miami miracle
The New World Symphony hopes to start a classical music revolution with a bunch of kids and a big idea
Her name is Ivonne Lamazares. You've probably never heard of her. Cuban immigrant, good student, dedicated teacher, devoted wife and mother. Oh, and something else. She just might be the world's next big thing in literary fiction.
The revolutionary voice of vodou music will not be silenced