What should we make of radiant Lincoln and blubbering Private Ryan?
Aretha Franklin called New Times before tonight's gig at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood to discuss her forthcoming album (A Woman Falling Out of Love), to tell us to call her "professor" and a little bit about that hat. Yes, that one.New Times: Do you ever vacation in Florida? Franklin: I always com ... More >>
In praise of the Julia half of Julie & Julia.
Area museums offer up the best in new art.
Screw the recession. The nation's number one art fest is bigger than ever.
The intoxicating Celia Cruz sends us swooning at the Bass
From high-minded to hype-crazed, book fairs have a rich tradition of coaxing out reclusive authors. New Times was fortunate to get a rare audience with the person redefining writing, M.M. Pascal-Paul.
What exactly does that mean? Today we know it means that two museums will receive hundreds of millions of dollars to build hulking structures in a waterfront park. But on November 2, most people had no clue
The people of Miami take a crash course in art, parks, and democracy
How well are Miami's art schools keeping up with the scene? Ask them.
Tabla master Ustad Zakir Hussain put the beat in world beat
As the FIU student gallery makes way for a retail store, some students are seeing red
Thirty years later, Harry Belafonte finds closure in a once-lost project
Finally an exhibition you can dance to
Miami's Only Midday Millennium Moment
"Habana, Mayo 1997"
Paintings by Lynne Golob Gelfman
Keith Moss doesn't wash his car. He waters it because plants are growing out of it. Isn't that crazy?
Will the arrival of Cuban artist Manuel Mendive provoke another fiery response from anti-Castro forces?
Forget the protests, the visa hassles, even the bomb threat that marred MIDEM. In the end, Cuba's finest musicians rocked the house.
April 23- 29, 1998
Lawmen, developers, and environmentalists have made Everglades hunters feel like an endangered species
Ezequiel Torres's handcrafted bata drums reflect both an art and a calling
The sexton's post at the Miami City Cemetery is a burial ground for troublesome municipal employees. But Clyde Cates wasn't about to just roll over and die.
In a popular Keys diving spot, marine researchers find two species of algae that tend to favor polluted waters
The life of an outdoor sculpture is a tough one. Which is why SOS! wants to hold public agencies accountable for the works of art.
Millionaire developer T homas Kramer's Portofino Group baited its hook with $15,000 -- and reeled in a wall at the Bass Museum