While most of the country will be under a foot of snow February 1, Miami will host a boozy way to cool down: the Miami Beer Festival. Last year's inaugural event introduced around 2,000 attendees to more than 150 beers under the retractable roof of Marlins Park, with 50 breweries featuring at least ... More >>
Sometimes we eat at a new restaurant and find that we love the food so much, we need to buy a shirt as a sign of support. Other times we're not even a fan of the food but think those T-shirts hanging on the wall are just too funny to pass up. Well, brace yourself for an impending urge to go shopping ... More >>
In this episode we learn the power of Facebook. 100,000 people signed a Facebook page in which people begged Bourdain and crew to film in Finland. With promises of "booze and ice cream made from tar" and grandmothers who can cook and hold their vodka, Tony accepts the challenge. Which leads me to th ... More >>
So apparently Victoria Jackson's heartfelt column about breaking into tears over Year One's sheep-fucking jokes was the first in what we can only hope is a long line of columns for (former Drudge collaborator) Andrew Breitbart's conservative site Big Hollywood.Unfortunately, the SNL alum and Mi ... More >>
The Miami Jewish Film Festival offers perspective on a changing culture.
And it's smattered with chaos, car crashes, and carnage
Take a ride with Forza 2, the greatest car sim ever
Groovy music and good vibes at Greynolds
Pest control company celebrates in a big way
A UN of doctors saves a little American from ventricular septal defect
July 2 - 8, 1998
There's a million cubic yards of toxic sludge on the bottom of the Miami River and you may as well get used to it
Ani DiFranco makes her mark while avoiding the music industry
It takes more than headshots and agents to get a part in a TV tire commercial. You've got to have The Look. Mine, I'd say, falls somewhere between amused and confused.
Which will kill you first: Commuting regularly across I-395 in the pitch blackness, or holding your breath until the DOT fixes the streetlights?