New Times' Best of Miami 2013 issue arrives June 13. To celebrate, Short Order is serving up the top 30 tastemakers in the 305. These people have helped shape the Miami food scene into what it is today. We began with number 30 and will lead up to the county's number one. Even though Robert Montero ... More >>
In a matter of days The Hoxton emerged in the space formerly occupied by the now-closed Irish pub, Lucky Clover. It is a stripped down version of the former bar with a stark interior and a New England-inspired menu. All of the wood paneling and Irish flare was quickly pulled off the restaurant's fa ... More >>
Thank the good lord for the beautiful game. And thank the good folks at the many soccer bars in Miami for broadcasting what promises to be an epic clash of perennial futbol powerhouses, Euro 2012.For the next three weeks through the championship on July 1, superstar players like Wesley Sneijder (Net ... More >>
This is Winston Churchill, not Dave Daniels. We should be hosting a parade in honor of Churchill's Pub owner Dave Daniels's birthday. Like, a bizarro, Little Haiti musical version of Mango Strut with Rat Bastard as the Grand Marshal and kegs of Strongbow lining the streets. But Mr. Daniels is a hu ... More >>
Two decades after the severed ear of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino serves up Hitler's head on a plate.
The search for Americas next top cigar roller heats up.
The space may be small, but the work is big
A local millionaire learns a valuable lesson: Don't sleep with your daughter and then sue her
The past, present, and future of horse racing are all in South Florida
Marcy Hine had everything going for her; then she killed herself
Orton's tour de farce plays a bit too straight for moderns
Tennessee Williams AND Joe Conrad go deeper into Parrot and Monkey Jungle than was, perhaps, wise
Owner John Brunetti is determined to save Hialeah Park, but market pressures may spell doom after 76 years of racing
Churchill's celebrates twenty years as Miami's underground rock epicenter
Forget Hiaasen, Balmaseda, and Steinback -- the Herald's weird, wacky "Police Report" is the prose by the pros
Every year hundreds of Miami's titularly challenged discover that a new name can mean a new you
Bruised egos are one thing, but broken bones?