For more on the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, check out New Times' Taste guide, hitting newsstands Thursday, February 21.
Credit three ladies for making this year's South Beach Wine & Food Festival just a little bit, um, cooler: Hedy Goldsmith, James Beard award-nominated executive past ... More >>
If you haven't purchased your tickets for the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, we suggest breaking out the credit card because many of the more famous events, like Burger Bash, are sold out.Luckily, the four-day long festival is filled with seminars, dinners, and parties -- ensuring there's an ... More >>
There is nothing that says "Christmas in Miami" like Santa's Enchanted Forest. Look, with the weather a cool, crisp 80 degrees, why not celebrate with a month-long carnival that features dioramas depicting Santa with space aliens and carnys hawking giant Spongebob Squarepants for the winning?Read al ... More >>
As Miamians, this time of year can be a little tough. Thanks to our balmy weather and eternal sunshine, seasonal spirit can be hard to come by. So like good little elves, locals flock to Santa's Enchanted Forest to bask in some semblance of holiday cheer.
Dubbed the world's largest Christmas theme ... More >>
Miami foodies know Hedy Goldsmith as the Magic City's dessert queen, Michael's Genuine Food & Drink's pastry chef extraordinaire, and creator of mouthwatering twists on childhood favorites like chocolate peanut-butter brownie banana splits, s'more brownies, and buttered-popcorn gelato.Drooling y ... More >>
Maria Sharapova released her newest wave of endorsement this week. Gone are point-and-shoot cameras, fluffy dogs, and fancy European watches. No, no, this time, the London Olympic games silver medalist, beast tennis player, and poster child for fitness, can add candy to her repertoire.
Because tha ... More >>
For the past few months, Short Order has been choosing our absolute favorite dishes to eat in the 305 in anticipation of our annual Best Of issue on June 14.It all started with a grilled artichoke from Peacock Garden Cafe (number 100).From there on we worked our way through everything from frozen ho ... More >>
New Times' Best of Miami 2012 issue is coming June 14. Until then, Short Order will serve up 100 of our favorite dishes in the 305. If you have any nominations of your own, please send them to email@example.com. Flash Marinated Snapper Ceviche at The Villa by Barton GThose fortunate enough t ... More >>
Theo Karantsalis, a soft-spoken librarian who teaches research classes at Miami Dade College between freelancing for Miami New Times and the Miami Herald, has become an unlikely central character in a hotly contested federal case that has free-speech advocates ready to clash with top D.C. officials. ... More >>
photo by Justin NamonYeah, Halloween here tends to be NSFKWho says Halloween is a kids' holiday? Certainly not local residents.If you're an adult looking to dress up in a skimpy costume and gorge yourself on some spiked witch's brew then Miami is the city for you. Though, if you're a kid in town ... More >>
via CocoaWellThis Sunday in Miami,
"Medicine Hunter" Chris Kilham kicks off his 10-day, nine-city
tour of GNC markets to discuss the benefits of cocoa and to foster a
broader understanding of the "exceptional super fruit." Says Kilham, "This is the best way to set the groundwork for broad educati ... More >>
Your Miami Dolphins were able to outlast an undermanned Green Bay Packers in a 23-20 overtime win on the road. As usual, the Dolphins kept things interesting, allowing an injury-riddled Packers team to keep things closer than they really should've been. Probably because the Dolphins didn't want t ... More >>
Here's Part Two of our interview with Giorgio Rapicavoli. You can read the first part of the interview here.Photo by Riki AltmanDefinitely no yellow mustard in that dishTell me some of your favorite Miami restaurants and what you order there.I love Yakko-San. I get the fish collar. That's so good! I ... More >>
Well, it's that special time of year kiddies, when real kiddies get to go door to door yelling "trick or treat!" and collecting candy, most of which their grandmothers will warn, "esta envenenado" ("it's poisoned"). Meanwhile, grownup kiddies get to dress like strippers and dipshits (I managed bo ... More >>
Know what I want to do? Coin a phrase. You know, like I'll use it here and soon people will be employing it elsewhere, like in everyday conversation. What better way to truly indulge, or perhaps abuse, my access to the masses? Ideally, it'd be some nearly nonsensical word that defies the lo ... More >>