This is going to sound weird, but South Beach, I love you. I arrived to your sandy shores three and a half years ago: a moon-eyed Midwesterner with a century's supply of sunscreen, regular sleep patterns, and a steady girlfriend. Now I'm a single, sun-scorched insomniac -- and I couldn't be happier. ... More >>
The excitement of talking with Ralf Hütter, the man behind legendary krautrock crew Kraftwerk, proved overwhelming. An interview seemed like a long shot, especially considering the fact that the last thorough press clip I could find was a June 2009 chat with The Guardian's John Harris. And my ... More >>
Artist rendering of the future home of the MAMFor many the name of developer Jorge Perez is synonymous with the boom and bust of Miami real estate over the past decade. Now it appears Perez would much rather have his name synonymous with the Miami Art Museum, and has offered the institution a $35 ... More >>
Chambers shows off her "car horn organ" on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Aug. 2000Local composer Wendy Mae Chambers is known for her avant-garde musical scores and quirky instruments, not her singing voice. But she must have sung one helluva tune in court earlier this month to avoid going to ja ... More >>
In this week's issue of New Times, Natalie O'Neill profiles artist Romero Britto, a man who Miamians seem to have a love/hate relationship with. Er, well more like some people love him and some people hate him. In the past, we haven't been shy of our disdain for Britto's work -- and it's not about b ... More >>
Last week, we introduced you to Mixhell, the husband-and-wife DJ / remix / production team of Iggor Calavera and Laima Leyton. (Click here to read that intro, which included a link to the pair's most recent mix). Metal fans will, of course, recognize Calavera's name instantly -- with his brother, ... More >>
Photographer Luis Brito pays homage to a Latin American art god at this Design District show.
Gasp! A couple of Hollywood blockbusters made the cut.
Errol Morris cuts the Abu Ghraib MPs some slack in Standard Operating Procedure.
Why the outrage? MAM's Wifredo Lam show is art at its finest.
ArtBasel: Where Did It Come From? What Does It Want?
Picasso loved making prints, and here's a chance to see the best
The people of Miami take a crash course in art, parks, and democracy
Taking aim at the fashion industry
How to win friends and influence people, el exilio style
March 4 - 10, 1999
October 22 - 28, 1998
Cops, firemen, dogs, the circus: Photographer Jill Freedman deftly documents life's little happenings
As one of the most acclaimed Cuban artists of his generation, Jose Bedia is already in the spotlight. But the illumination he's looking for is something slightly different.
Bunny Yeager was a Miami model -- and an innovative pioneer who conquered the male-dominated world of cheesecake photography in the Fifties