Listen, we all know that Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts sharing the screen in the film adaptation of Tony award winning play August: Osage County is a major event, but there's no reasons for people to riot over it. Oh, that doesn't come out in Florida until later today? So what movie caused a 600-pe ... More >>
Kim Kardashian has been getting more than her fair share of press this week -- not all of it as glowing as the mother-to-be's complexion.First, Kim tweeted an acupuncture session; then she was trounced by critics for her supporting role in Tyler Perry's new movie, Temptation. To make matters wo ... More >>
Tyler Perry's mammy gets less melodramatic but not less grotesque.
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the United States Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke is mad that there were no black super heroes in The Avengers movie.Over the weekend, I finally took my son to watch the ... More >>
You're probably scratching your head right now and thinking, didn't Ashanti die in a Bahamian airplane crash? No. That was Aaliyah, the other "A-something" from the 90s. Ashanti, on the other hand, resurfaced last year after a three-year hiatus with "Never Too Far Away," the title track off 201 ... More >>
Photo by Sayre BermanSee the full 20-photo Janet Jackson at the Fillmore Miami Beach slideshow. Janet Jackson Number Ones: Up Close and Personal Tour Fillmore Miami Beach December 5, 2011 Better Than: You could imagine. All throughout Art Basel Miami Beach week, musicians of varying talent lev ... More >>
Number Ones: Up Close and Personal Tour
The New York Times' got a hold of NetFlix rental habits in major cities in America, and it's pretty fascinating. Miami is included, and the maps gives you a chance to see what your neighbors are renting. More interesting, perhaps, are the patterns that emerge. We All Love Grandpa BabiesIn all b ... More >>
Summer '08: Batman saved the season, while a little Sex went a long way and the indies went south.
A celebration of urban theater brings stars to Miami.
Sports Illustrated's Peter King says the Dolphins are poised to have a big off-season after releasing Trent Green, Marty Booker and L.J. Shelton. With those guys off the books, the Fins' cap number has gone from $29 million to $40 million (sadly, my cap space is holding steady at $58.12), which mean ... More >>
You dont even have to give back the ring!
Ice Cube and Tracy Morgan get religion in First Sunday.
Morris Chestnut is scrumptious in his new play
Tyler Perry's Diary will make audiences mad