Veritage Miami kicks off this week. Formerly known as the United Way Miami Wine & Food Festival, the four-day event is now its in 19th year. If this is the first time you've heard about it, you have some catching up to do. Luckily, there are plenty of events to get you up to speed. It starts this W ... More >>
We're going to be shamelessly celebrity-gossipy here for a second if that's all right with you. We'll get back to dissecting whatever it is Marco Rubio has gone and done or whatnot in a second. But first, can we talk about Jude Law's very important love-child summit?So the once-verging-on-A-list ... More >>
The long answer:An acquaintance of mine recently raved about a Mediterranean-style octopus dish she had at Talula. It was called "cork-braised" octopus, so her natural question to me, Mr. Restaurant Reviewer, was what effect the cork had. I answered confidently and forthrightly, as reviewers are sup ... More >>
Sleaze detector. Good, in theory. But does it really work?Ever wish you could find out if the stranger sitting across from you is a total scumbag? Well, Intelius, a leading information company, had a great idea when creating DateCheck, its first free mobile application. Intelius already special ... More >>
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