The story flooded Facebook feeds all over South Florida last week. Topped with a photo of a construction site filled with tall, dusty pillars, it boasted of a remarkable discovery: ancient Roman ruins discovered right in downtown Miami. "This find will change everything we know about modern history ... More >>
Beer drinkers rejoice, because South Florida Beer Week is upon us. This annual celebration of local brew is growing with our beer scene. And, although many of the events are scattered throughout the northern part of the South Florida region (think Broward and Palm Beach Counties), this year's sched ... More >>
Drinking beer is quickly becoming one of South Florida's favorite pastimes. And this Saturday, you can find some of the state's best craft brews during South Florida BrewFest at the Kovens Conference Center in North Miami. By "best craft brews," we don't mean only commercial beers. Several homebrew ... More >>
When craft beer fans visit a city, they scope out the local brewing scene. Miami has a number of established breweries -- and several more on the way. We're ready for some beer tourism. Recognizing this potential, LoKal Burgers and Beer owner Matt Kuscher, his manager David Rodriguez, and Cecilia ... More >>
In Florida, there is an apparently fuzzy line between loving animals and loving animals. For those who do not understand the difference, let's look at two examples from yesterday's headlines. In the first case, the Miami Gardens Police Department announced it would hold funeral services tomorrow fo ... More >>
Hialeah-based Premium Blend produces standard wine products, such as Santos Sangria, Choco Noir (its chocolate wine), and V'Nillâ Noir, as well as wine-based products geared toward making restaurateurs' lives easier. Using wine, PB makes alcohol-flavored products that can be used in place of hard ... More >>
South Florida Beer Week may sound like some low-budget film by the makers of the American Pie films, but it's real and in its second year.The event, which covers a lot of territory, from Miami all the way up to Jupiter, is filled with beer pairing dinners, tastings, and events. Short Order is postin ... More >>
Big things are happening at Schnebly Miami Brewing Company. First the beer appeared at LoKal Burgers and Beer, then a short time later at World of Beer-Dadeland. Now: across Florida. Late last month, Miami-Dade's first craft brewery signed a distribution contract with Doral-based Gold Coast Beverage ... More >>
Read also Schnebly: First Miami BreweryThe day has finally arrived. Schnebly Miami Brewing Company, Miami's first craft brewery, debuts its first beer at World of Beer in Dadeland tonight. The native-beer bar will have Schnebly's Big Rod Key West Ale on tap beginning at 7 p.m. The wonderful boozers ... More >>
Read also "Beer History Milestones" and "Beer Snobs Rejoice! Wynwood Brewing Company Soon to Open." Short Order announced the opening of Wynwood Brewing Company last year, but Luis Brignoni lacked a place to set up his brewery. On Monday, though, he signed a lease. Nonbelievers, listen up.The Wynwoo ... More >>
American Craft Beer Week in Miami begins Monday, May 14. What better excuse do you need to dress up like Gambrinus with beer stein in hand for seven days in a row?Brown Distributing is helping Miami shake its non-beer-loving image by driving all over the county to make sure there are enoug ... More >>
This is a little further afield than we usually cover, but it's only a little bit outside of the tri-county area. After all the madness last week, maybe you need a break? The annual Hooked on Music Festival is this Saturday in Fort Pierce, and is put on by Miami-based Brotherly Love Productions. ... More >>
Jacob KatelThe kitchen at Bistro One LR at the Ritz Carlton South BeachNothin' better than a weekend at the bottom of the map, long as there are no hurricanes. Somthing's brewin' off the coast of Africa though, so get ready. Here are some weekendish posts from some neighborhood food blogs.South F ... More >>
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Is Fish fandom real?
A wet but not wild riverside bash
This tiny village is one of the county's most diverse, and boy do they fight about it
El Centinela del Rio
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Little Havana Bike Tour
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Miccosukee designer Renee Osceola combines a flair for high fashion with an acute understanding of native tradition
Born and raised in poverty, Internet trailblazer-cum-civic activist Eve Smith is making headlines and big moves into new domains
Activist Luis Penelas, Alex's big brother, has been in Miami for just two years, yet he's already making waves
To Richard Hoagland the Miami Circle ain't just rocks; it's part of a great extraterrestrial drama
African millionaire Foutanga Dit Babani Sissoko opened his checkbook and stole Miami's heart. Not surprisingly, that wasn't the only thing he stole.
In the shadows of the skyscrapers lies a quaint little slice of Miami's past known as Southside. Soon it will be wiped from the face of the earth.
For some people, African millionaire Foutanga Dit Babani Sissoko was a dream come true. For others he was a nightmare.
Mountain-bike enthusiasts are stump-jumping mad after being evicted from their favorite South Dade path
Omar Caraballo's a cop -- and he'd like to play one on TV
Scaling Mount Trashmore, sorting through the clues to the mystery of everyday life