The filmmaker talks 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix, and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated movie.
Anthony Bourdain is moving on to greener pastures, and our hearts (and stomachs) will follow the writer, chef, and snarkmeister to CNN when he starts his gig at the cable news giant.For now, however, we have an entire new season of No Reservations to look forward to.Since it's Bourdain's last hurrah ... More >>
America celebrates its 236th birthday this year, and the parallels between our relatively young nation and the popularity spike of electronic dance music are becoming increasingly clear. From our ties to England to first-generation embodiments of the American Dream, this year's Fourth of July part ... More >>
Al-P loves South Beach. â€‹Last night, MSTRKRFT performed for an enthusiastic group of dancing fans at Ultra Music Festival. It was after ten o'clock and the crowd was in full effect. They played a range of deeply textured electronica and ended with a mix of "It Takes Two" that an older ... More >>
Watch out yellowtail! Here comes Huff.If you missed the first part of our interview with Azul's new chef, Joel Huff, please click here.So how will you be changing Azul's menu?It will evolve very organically. Cooking the way it feels right is my motto. It's not about the style of cuisine -- it's more ... More >>
Sneaky Sound SystemSneaky Sound SystemWednesday, June 17, 2009LIV at the Fontainebleau, Miami BeachBetter Than: Most vocal-accompanied house music.I've got to admit I don't know much about Sneaky Sound System apart from what I've heard played at the clubs. So when the Sydney trio were scheduled to m ... More >>
Must-see acts on the two-day fest's lineup.
A veteran Olympic swimmer Aims to beat the skeptics.
Melissa Rodwell's fetishizing of young men is nothing new in our exhibitionist age.
Minerva Vasquez speaks for the first time about the terrorism charges against husband Narseal Batiste
Miami City Ballet's shoemaster is its sole provider
Wolf Creek rings in Christmas with a band of butchered tourists
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
Jeffrey Sanker hosts another Miami New Year's blowout
From the issue of September 6, 2001
When Miami's tourist season heats up, the flesh trade flocks to town to satisfy those unbridled urges
And boy is he easy to find. Here’s how to track Miami’s newest celebrity resident, the world’s most famous double murderer. Er, make that alleged double murderer.
He's Miami's premier citizen advocate. He attends scads of boring meetings so you don't have to. He's on a mission. And he's going broke in the process.
To keep X-craved Miami Beach raving, Hasidic teenagers smuggled in pills by the hundreds of thousands
From deep within the Miami Police Department comes a convoluted tale of sketchy videotape, allegations of official misconduct, and two tickets to the Stanley Cup finals
O.J. performs before fawning Floridians who forgive him past indiscretions as he reinvents his future
American Airlines officials want to know why the Miami Herald is covering old news as if it were a breaking story