Of the wild and weird animals in Miami's menagerie of heavy bands, Cave of Swimmers (formerly known as The Tunnel) is a particularly unique anomaly. Childhood friends Arturo Garcia and Guillermo Gonzalez have taken the power duo concept to a completely unexpected place. Expanding and exploring the ... More >>
Bars and breweries are no longer places where you can fill a to-go jug full of beer. Gas stations like Mendez Fuel are now on the list of growing places with growler filling stations. One of four gas stations in the franchise, Mendez Mobile, launched its growler station on Tuesday. See Also: Brew ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. Today, Luke weighs in on Miley Cyrus' performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. There are a lot of people hating on Miley Cyrus right now because she be ... More >>
Jamie DeRosa has finally announced the project he's been working on since leaving his position as executive chef at Tudor House in July 2012 with partner Michael Reginbogin.Tongue and Cheek, which will open in the former Kane Steakhouse spot in SoFi, will serve "approachable, ingredient-driven, Amer ... More >>
Of course I'm not saying what a candidate eats should be the sole factor considered by voters when determining the next president of the United States. That would be crazy. Other things are important too -- like what he drinks, and economic policy and stuff.But character surely plays a role in our e ... More >>
Its a sad, sad day in the Miami sports world. The Marlins got stomped last night. Longtime Dolphin Yeremiah Bell is now a Jet. And, well, the less said about the Heat the better. So, lets try and focus on a tiny bit of good news for the only team that truly matters: the Miami Hurricanes.The team jus ... More >>
Mike Hampton, dean of the Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Florida International University, confirmed that a new research microbrewery will be built at FIU's Biscayne Bay campus in North Miami Beach. The new facility will replace the current classroom and laboratory used f ... More >>
15 years out of government and Newt's still crazyThe 3 a.m. phone call has struck again. In tonight's GOP primary debate, NBC anchor Bryan Williams asked the candidates what they would do if told that Fidel Castro had finally died and "half a million Cubans" were on their way to the United States ... More >>
Via facebook.com/calvinharrisCalvin Harris brings hopeless love to LIV.You're not going to spend your Saturday night watching South Carolina Republican Primary results on CNN, right? Of course not, the Grand Old Party's an elephant-sized waste of time and Calvin Harris is playing LIV. Peel your ... More >>
Eat Street profiles food trucks and the bloggers who love them.The food channel show filmed a half dozen segments in Miami for its 2011-2012 season, showcasing Dim Ssäm à Gogo, Mr. Good Stuff, Latin Burger and Taco, Sugar Rush, Ms. Cheezious, and Latin House Grill.
Charges have been dropped against Carlos King, the suspect involved in the second police shooting during the hectic Monday, May 20th Miami Beach morning during Urban Beach Week. King, a 45-year-old fire captain from South Carolina, was driving his car at a high speed, seemingly uncontrollably, at a ... More >>
Photo by Jacob KatelBig Poppa E sings the brunchtime blues.US Highway 1 is one of the original roadways carved into the great land of Miami, and her curves stretch from Key Largo all the way to Maine. So when Big Poppa E plays two sets every Sunday at Metro Organic Bistro on Biscayne Boulev ... More >>
via myspace.com/brotherbeanA past photo of Brother Bean, who performed its final show at Aura.Brother Bean's final performance and Aura Music FestivalSeratoma Youth Ranch, Brooksville, FloridaJanuary 15 through 17, 2010Better Than: Crossing paths with a crazy redneck on a shooting rampage. The ... More >>
"How many times can you rank the hottest sororities? It just gets meaner and meaner."
Miami may be in the south but it's about as far from the Blues as you can get. Thankfully, you can break out the bourbon and revisit the hard times this Saturday when James Blood Ulmer, a high-powered, sharp-picking blues guitarist, blows into town. The Village Voice has called Ulmer "the missing ... More >>
Kids from South Florida and beyond are sent to Jamaica to straighten up. Or else.
Eartha Kitt's unique vocal style and regal presence keep her fans loyal
Florida culture reverts to its native roots
The massive police presence might just add to the thrill of play-thuggin' on Miami Beach this Memorial Day
Overtown gets clean at Mister Lee's
Great music and acting, but the script could use more color
47 arguments for nationalizing railroad travel
Porn in Miami Beach is just another franchise operation
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of hip-hopness
Timbuktu African & Caribbean Marketplace
What's That on Your Plate?
After decades of living month to month in trailer parks, some South Dade migrant workers have found a permanent address
Wire editor and former club owner Andrew Delaplaine wants to be the next mayor of Miami Beach. Is this guy tilting at windmills?
The Brothers bring color to their music if not not their wardrobe
But is that any excuse for Matthew Block's lawyer to send Shirley McGreal a card that shows zebras doing it?