Electronic dance music has conquered Miami. And America. And the world. For more than three decades, it had remained a mostly underground phenomenon, epitomized by illegal raves held beneath highway overpasses in the UK or after-hours parties thrown in downtown Detroit's abandoned warehouses. But o ... More >>
Did you know EDM is a big moneymaker? Nothing sells better than sex, drugs, and uhntz uhntz. And now, thanks to modern technology, you don't even have to be a respectable, talented DJ to cash in on the molly moola express. Corporations are dying to sign contracts with these party professionals. No ... More >>
Dylan's Candy Bar opened about a week ago and already it's giving the Apple Store down the street some stiff competition for being the most popular (and populated) place on Lincoln Road.We've been there twice, and both times the two-story shop, founded by Ralph Lauren's daughter, Dylan, has been fil ... More >>
Dylan Lauren could have gone into the family business or just hung around the Hamptons with a cocktail in her hand. Instead, the daughter of clothing icon Ralph Lauren has a dream to open a fantasy candy shop in New York City. And so, Dylan's Candy Bar was born.The two-story store, located on the to ... More >>
The last month of the new year saw a lot of anticipated 2012 restaurants opening under the wire. Ralph Pagano's Alba at Sole On The Ocean provides classic Italian cuisine and fresh seafood with a panoramic ocean view to the northernmost parts of Miami and Miami Beach. Although the official opening i ... More >>
November in Miami saw many anticipated restaurants opening, and a few closings that had most people surprised, indeed. Some welcome additions to our local food scene include Dena Marino's MC Kitchen, Myron Mixon's Pride and Joy, and David Bracha's Oak Tavern.Read also:- Florida Cookery: Every ... More >>
Open your windows, turn off your air conditioner and enjoy this glorious weather! It's fall in Miami and as the temperature cools off, the restaurant scene heats up!Already we're seeing restaurants come onto the scene in anticipation of the arrival of snowbirds flying south for the winter, tourists ... More >>
When my little posse and I rolled up to the fence surrounding Earth N Us Farms in Little Haiti, I wore a confident face in an attempt to reassure my obviously skeptical guests.The truth is, though, that I was nearly as apprehensive about the vegan pop-up event we were about to attend as they were. A ... More >>
September is a transitional month for Miami. It's the time when tropical storms and hurricanes tend to be their most active (though we had one scare it luckily turned out to be a non-event), snow birds are still up north, and many folks (especially those in the biz) take a break or a quickie vacatio ... More >>
Tony is drinking with some friends as they discuss Sydney, Australia. Everyone has a boat, the weather is perfect, and people drink in broad daylight. Personally, it sounds like Miami with kangaroos.It's not all fun and games, as Tony finds out while flying in a private plane to visit a sheep farm. ... More >>
Though generally slow-moving, August in Miami saw a surprising amount of new growth in the restaurant biz.Many restaurants opened including Michelle Bernstein's Crumb at the Webster and the reemergence of pop-up favorite Eating House.Speaking of pop-ups, Dining Room closed its doors on Washington Av ... More >>
See Crossfade's concert review, "Avicii Totally 'Le7els' Miami at American Airlines Arena, June 8." Even though Avicii's spent the entire summer luring underage uhntz-uhntz addicts to arena raves all across America, he isn't gonna take a beat-freaking break. Nope ... This Swedish DJ, producer, and ... More >>
See also "The 15 Richest Musicians: From Jay-Z to Rihanna, Justin Bieber, and Dr. Dre" and "Eight Richest Musicians in Their Teens and 20s." Dear haters ... Even though beefcake-y blonde Dutch disc jockey Tiësto is kind of a corporate whore, he's also a pranksterish dude who enjoys talking shit, ... More >>
Just last year, Dutch electronic dance music superstar Tiësto was spinning tracks at South Beach's Armani Exchange store. Last night, however, Tiësto seemingly abandoned the A|X partnership boat and jumped aboard the Guess train. According to Billboard, the EDM giant and designer denim brand h ... More >>
Lots of candy is coming to town soon, both for your belly and your eyes. Yes, folks, it's true: Dylan's Candy Bar will open at 801 Lincoln Road in late fall/early winter and Terribly Girly Photography is hosting Candyland-themed pin-up photo sessions starting today, Monday, July 9. There's so much s ... More >>
Yes, Avicii is a huge name in house music right now. But what do you really know about Tim Bergling? Sure, you've heard "Levels" a million times. You can see he resembles a young Leonardo DiCaprio. And you're probably aware that he's setting off on North America's first all-arena EDM tour. But be ... More >>
Ralph Lauren and denim are arguably two of the most American facets of ready-to-wear designer clothing. But in a surprising move, the company that brought country club duds to prominence in the late 1960s has gone Swedish. In fact, they've gone Swedish house. According to Rolling Stone, "Swedish ... More >>
Fashion Breakdown: White blazer from Ralph Lauren; jumper and boots bought at Macy's; net necklace from Arielle Depinto; white canvas bag from Freegums; black bicycle helmet from a friend; glasses from LensCrafters; nails from Jen Stark.
Fashion Breakdown: Shirt by Ralph Lauren; blazer by Discount Man, found at a thrift store; belt by Salvatore Ferragamo; black jeans by Levis; shoes are Versace for H&M; bow tie by Robot and Brucling ("these are the designers that made the bow tie Beyonce wore at her performance on Oprah"); ... More >>
Out on the streets of Miami Beach during this long Memorial Day weekend, there were some innovative, crazy, stupid, and jaw-dropping ensembles. This year, the hipster look was in full effect and preppy getups were peppered in among more revealing garb. Gender-bending hair was all the rave wit ... More >>
Still from Liberty City Is Like Paris to MeToday, when you pick up a fresh copy of this week's New Times, take note: There's a little gift nestled inside. It's the official program for the 2010 Miami International Film Festival. (General admission tickets went on sale at 9 a.m. this morning. ... More >>
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