How the U.S. Chamber of Commerce became the greatest (bumbling) enemy of America.
See the slide show "Closer Look: Panther Coffee in Wynwood."
Of all the competitors at Panther Coffee on a recent Friday night, Jed Baxter slurps the loudest. It's a sharp noise, like a vacuum sucking up a spilled drink. The rules of the game are simple. Before him sit 12 cups of coffee, arranged in sets of three. In each group, two brews are the same; one is ... More >>
Jacob katelRising to the occasionTyrannical Syrian despot Bashar al-Assad's goons would likely shoot, beat, or torture his countrymen for a similar action, but Miami's pro-freedom Syrian-Americans are proud to flex their democratic right to assemble and protest.Sunday afternoon saw a pan-Arabia ... More >>
Dr. Paul Farmer, the Nobel-nominated founder of Partners in Health and a world expert on making international aid work, had harsh words yesterday for the hundreds of charities trying to help Haiti recover from January's earthquake.via Wikimedia Commons"There's graffiti all over the walls in Port ... More >>
Tragedy piles up on Reservation Road
The plastic shopping bag is a pox on our subtropical house
Party and raise funds for those who need it
New Theatre went to Japan, and all we got was this lousy play
The Miami International Film Festival wants to be a Latin movie marketplace
Don't relegate theater to the retirement center!
Big names? Big Deal. An alternative take on the Book Fair.
From man-breasts and money comes a local documentary film star
Hotel Rwanda finds hope amid the horrors of tribal genocide
What's worth seeing at the tenth-anniversary Vans Warped tour? Here are a few suggestions
Gay-bashers, gangbangers, and Peruvian libido
Can a non-9/11 benefit album make any noise?
Art that explores what we know and whether we should know it
You may admire him or you may find him disgusting. But at least you've got to hand it to him: Jorge Mas Canosa has got clout.