Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine do not curse on-air. They don't film extended reels of themselves, eating late-night street food across Japan. While shooting in India, they don't murmur hyperbolic "mmm's" between bites of panipuri. And they definitely don't ramble about the nuanced flavors in a well-exe ... More >>
Shaggy gets around. You might see him eating teriyaki chicken on South Beach. Or hitting the stage in Eastern Europe. Or headlining a show at the Olympic Games. But this weekend, he'll be in Downtown Miami at Bicentennial Park for the Best Of The Best fest, partying, picking up chicks, and avoiding ... More >>
You've undoubtedly heard the expression, "Things aren't always as they seem," and in the case of my latest date -- the second one filmed for the viewing pleasure of some major television network executives--no truer words could've fit the experience.Producers came to town yet again to film their ... More >>
M.I.A./\/\/\Y/\(XL/Interscope)By now, you are probably aware that controversial electronic artist M.I.A. has released a new album called /\/\/\Y/\ (thus referred to as Maya from now on to preserve our sanity). After two highly praised album, Arular and Kala, M.I.A. has faced some serious blacklas ... More >>
Photo by Danielle AlvarezChristy's in Coral Gables serves shrimp that look as juiced up as the male stars of Jersey Shore. Locals often frequent the upscale eatery on the corner of Ponce de Leon Boulevard and Malaga Street simply for the shrimp cocktail. It gives new meaning to the famed oxymoron ... More >>
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