After ranking all 34 cities within Miami-Dade County, we couldn't help but wonder where the major cities of Florida would stack up. So we decided to answer that question ourselves, naturally. Because what fun is the internet without arbitrary rankings? So we assembled a list of Florida's most nota ... More >>
New Times' Best of Miami 2014 issue arrives June 19. To celebrate, Short Order is paying tribute to Miami's culinary all-stars. These people forged our city's food scene into what it is today -- a thriving amalgam of tastes and cultures. Through their insight and talent, they've given the city a uni ... More >>
Courtesy State Archives and Library of FloridaErnest Hemingway posing with sailfish in Key West.Key West is known for its funkiness, its natural beauty, and its lovely weather in winter. It's also been a popular spot for literary types over the decades, including Annie Dillard, Shel Silverstein, ... More >>
This North Miami spot is a jack of all foods, ace of none. But at these prices, jacks ain't bad.
Including the kinky sex life of a theater critic.
Let's hope anyone who reads Mr. Thorp's opinion will see through his "blah, blah, listen to my cleverness" rhetoric.
A play that generates more questions than answers isn't such a bad thing
Is Sam Shepard bogus? Why stage this play?
Gurney's frequently produced Dining Room still can't deliver the emotional goods
K. Gordon Murray may have invented the weekend kiddie matinee, but don't forget his scowling bikers, howling werewolves, lumbering mummies, brain-sucking monsters, and scheming decapitated heads
Nilo Cruz's poetic words return to the New Theatre stage
Despite many strong stars, this Grisham adaptation amounts to squat
About sexual co-dependency before the twelve-step program
So sibling sparring is a familiar plot; you can still act it up
What's love got to do with it? Not much.
Look! Up on the stage! It's absurd ... it's a play ... it's Edward Albee!
Viernes Culturales is transforming Calle Ocho -- but into what remains a big question
In his native Cuba he was a film star. Here in the States he's just another car salesman with a dream.
Festival of one-acts leaves audiences hungry for more
Havana's hold on its old inhabitants makes for great parody
A theater critic's farewell
For Miami filmmaker Tag Purvis, completing his first full-length movie wasn't just a matter of going home. He also had to stay alive.
Eisenhower was president, shark-finned Cadillacs ruled the highways, and Miami Beach was the nightlife capital of the Western Hemisphere