The fourth annual New Times Brew at the Zoo is tomorrow, May 4, at Zoo Miami. The event features great beers, good food, live concerts, and plenty of surprises.
We know most of you have your tickets in hand and are busy planning for an evening of sudsy fun -- ironing your best beer-related T-shirt, ... More >>
Hafiz Khan, the 77-year-old former cleric at Miami's Flagler Mosque, could be spending the rest of his life in jail. Khan was convicted on four terrorism related charges this morning after a jury agreed that he had been secretly sending funds to help arm the Taliban. Each charges carries a maximum o ... More >>
When the Miami-Dade Police Department acquired two drones in 2010 and then got FAA clearance to fly them, civil rights advocates warned the move was a harbinger of the Blade Runner police state to come when unmanned aircraft would hover outside every window. That privacy nightmare could still come t ... More >>
Jai Mazumddar earned a master's degree in finance from the University of Florida in 2002. He spent more than half decade crunching numbers, mostly as a stockbroker for Continental Securities, which the Securities and Exchange Commission shut down, and later as a financial analyst for a real estate c ... More >>
Picture a man and a woman, knives in hand, working their way through a jungle. The tree cover is so dense there's barely any sunlight, and the air is rich with the scents of rain and greenery. After what seems like hours, they reach their prize. Is it a hidden temple filled with gold statu ... More >>
Ralph Pagano's perpetual road trip is now going to reach a national audience with the Travel Channel's recent acquisition of Pressure Cook for syndication. It's been a big year for him; since leaving STK behind, he has taken over as the executive chef and EVP of hospitality for Gulfstream Park, w ... More >>
Like a lot of kids, I nursed a healthy addiction to video games in prep school, trafficking kilos of cocaine across state lines on a graphing calculator from a desk in advanced Algebra. And according to gamer evangelists like James Paul Gee, this actually made me smarter -- it helped me create mo ... More >>
It's a safe bet that at some point, we will come across awkward social situations. For example, at your Thanksgiving dinner party when you've whipped up an entire spread only to realize many of your guests keep Kosher -- and that fork you used to check the roast also acquainted itself with the cr ... More >>
Each year for this day they give up their livesWe eat them right down to the boneSo lay off the peach glaze, teriyaki and chivesLeave the damn turkey alone!Natives of India, by all means use curryTo season and uplift your birdIf Japan is your homeland I wouldn't worryIf you smeared it with aged soy ... More >>
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is still officially recovering from surgery. Although, we think his people would have come up with a better excuse than he needed to have an abscess removed from his pelvic region. Cuz that only makes us wonder where he's been dipping his stick if you catch our dr ... More >>
Three family members of Hafiz Muhammed Sher Ali Khan, the 76-year-old Imam of the Flagler Mosque who was arrested along with his American-based sons and charged with providing material support to the Pakistani Taliban, have been detained by official in Pakistan. The three were also indicted ... More >>
Unless you've been holed up in a $1 million dollar compound without phone, internet, or cable service, you've heard the news ... Osama bin Laden is dead.
Yesterday, the mass-murdering founder of Al Qaeda, Most Wanted Man in the Universe, facial-hair aficionado, evil millionaire, and general ass ... More >>
At Tom Crutchfield's Reptile Farm in Homestead, you can find deadly creatures such as Chinese bamboo vipers, Mojave rattlesnakes, black Pakistan cobras, and, apparently, right now, a man with a gun. Yes, according to reports, a man has barricaded himself inside a building on the property after sh ... More >>
Two-time "Best of Miami" winner for microbrewed beer.Place: Titanic Restaurant & Brewery5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables305-668-1742 titanicbrewery.com
Hours: Daily 4 to 8 p.m.Deals: Discounts on all house brews.
Scene: Located less than a block from the University of Miami c ... More >>
Paula NiñoFor Indian actress and cookbook author Madhur Jaffrey, the best thing to do with a mango is simply eat it. Her favorite way to enjoy them doesn't involve a knife or perfectly cut dice. Instead, she pierces the top of a soft, ripe mango with her nail, puts the fruit to her mouth, squeez ... More >>
Abbey closing. Pandemonium to ensue.Those of you who enjoy the Immaculate India Pale Ale and Brother Aarons Quadruple from the friendliest and most dive-a-rrific bar on South Beach, we mean The Abbey Brewing Co., or course, better prepare yourself for some bad news. That's right, the Abbey ... More >>
Lee KleinThis is the first of what will be an ongoing series that takes a look at interesting cookbooks. Some will be new and familiar, chosen because we think they're really good. Others will be highlighted as a means of introducing you to cookbooks you might not know about -- due to being old o ... More >>
All photos by Jacob KatelMumbai native Chef Shreyas Jagtap behind the line. Yeah, that's fire.Imlee Indian Bistro's commitment to traditional, authentic North Indian cuisine is proven daily on the palates of all who eat there. Brothers Manoj and Paresh Bhatti have owned the place since 2003. Mano ... More >>
Ali UsmanPedroI'm from Lahore, Pakistan. The city doesn't share much with Miami, but my mind returns to my hometown whenever I come across a beggar here. There are many in both places.The modus operandi in Miami is strikingly different. A smart looking, big man at a traffic signal near downtown r ... More >>