While you wouldn't know it from rush hour traffic on the Palmetto and Dolphin Expressways, Miami is apparently one of the least sprawled out metro areas in America. According to a new study by Smart Growth America and the Metropolitan Research Center, Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall is the eighth most com ... More >>
Snow cones, popcorn, cotton candy, pin-up models and beer: it sounds like a fun-filled family afternoon at the circus, but it's really the Lagunitas Sessions event by Lagunitas Brewing Company at World of Beer Kendall on March 20 at 4:20 p.m. The beers from the Petaluma, California, have been aroun ... More >>
For a startup brewery, hiring a brewmaster is serious business and MIA Brewing Company moved one major step closer to opening when it brought in Michael Demetrus, a brewer with not only a wealth of knowledge but several years in the industry. Coming straight out of the Windy City, he is set to begi ... More >>
C'mon Miami! Don't trip now. You've been putting in your time, and the weekend is just around the corner. Shit, it's kind of already here. It may not be Friday. But we get the party started early on South Beach. And if you just can't wait another night to let loose, we got you. Plus, the whole ... More >>
The filmmaker talks 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix, and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated movie.
Starting June 1, we will be able to scratch off "one-cup-at-a-time coffee shop" from the list of what Miami sorely needs. That's the date Eternity Coffee Roasters opens its doors downtown (just north of the Brickell Bridge, across from the Chase Bank building at 117 SE Second Avenue). Eternity wi ... More >>
Just the other day, Bloomberg news published a turd-filled story about the future of our newspaper chain. In half English, half Portuguese Creole, the reporters said something about Village Voice Media being forced to bankruptcy court. A paper that's part of the chain, SF Weekly, lost a judgment ... More >>
The day after a man lost his wife in a scuba diving accident, he was greeted by two grim-faced policemen at his door. "We're sorry to call on you at this hour, Mr. Wilkens, but we have some information about your wife.""Well, tell me!" the man said.The policeman said, "We have some bad ... More >>
Alex Izaguirre Miami-Dade Criminal Court Judge John Thornton denied Sean Casey's request to unseal transcripts of secretly recorded conversations the convicted hit-and-run driver had with his attorney and therapist in 2004.The judge's ruling almost certainly brings an end to Casey's quest to over ... More >>
Two months ago, I dropped my Herald subscription after 42 years. Same old bull!
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For some, 9/11 was life-changing; for others, it was just another bad day
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The cover story is conservation, but the Bush boys have their hands in the taxpayers' pockets again
The counterculture is changing the dining culture
Jay Rosenblatt meshes varied old film clips to form a unified whole
Hiphoprisy hero Charlie Hunter ditches his old sound for all that jazz
With the FBI in pursuit, black activist Nehanda Abiodun a decade ago fled to Cuba, where she still dreams of fomenting a socialist revolution in the United States
In the latest twist to the Bangkok Six orangutan-smuggling case, Matthew Block's flamboyant defense lawyer takes his own life
Twenty years after, the Tuna's still hot and Jorma Kaukonen's still stringing along