North Beach, you're it, baby. Lord knows I've wandered, slumming the Pubbelly restaurants of South Beach, trolling the art galleries of Wynwood, diving the waters of Key Biscayne. But listen, North Beach, I always come back to you. You're what I want. You're what I need. You're it. North Beach: th ... More >>
Last weekend marked the launch of Rec Room in South Beach's the Gale Hotel. Now, the 84-room boutique hotel backed up by LDV Hospitality is gearing up for the opening of the Regent Cocktail Club, situated at the rear of the hotel. Like Rec Room, the Regent Cocktail Club is a departure into the past ... More >>
Always more than an ingenue, she's taking on everything that's wrong with movies -- and she's bringing Chris Rock.
We've all seen her many times, her eyes sadly scanning the strip for her peers as she sips coffee or a martini at Segafredo on Lincoln Road. That young woman with the bangin' body and the face of an angel, hanging on the arm of some dude you're hoping isn't her grandfather, seeing as his crepe pa ... More >>
Photo by Riki Altman Micah Edelstein's wizardry can be enjoyed via the exposed kitchen pass-through at her new restaurant. We didn't know when we walked through the doors of neMesis Urban Bistro last Friday night that we were the first customers. Ever. When co-owner Harald Oechsner acknowl ... More >>
You may remember the beautiful Kylie Minogue from her dance club hit "Can't Get You Out of My Head" that didn't get out of your head till the late Aughts. And maybe you heard somewhere that this lady just battled and beat breast cancer's ass. You may also know that the Australian goddess was a c ... More >>
Two sandwich shops. One is tops, the other flops.
The Terminator is back. Plus 39 other movies we can't wait to see this season.
"The python is dangerous and can attack, strangle, and easily kill even a grown man. Why doesn't Selene try hunting pythons?"
WALL-E blasts off to the future by boldly going where every sci-fi movie has gone before. And that's a good thing.
Lincoln Road is the scene for the living dead.
Margot sees family for what it is: prickly.
The consequence of free will ties these films together
Still feisty after all these years, Carl Hiaasen unloads on Miami politics and corporate journalism
Meg Ryan's new boxing movie goes down for the count
The once-riotous brothers have become Farrelly mediocre
Larry Gelbart is one of TV's last great writers. So why can't he stay tuned?
In The Son's Room, a family falls apart and pulls together
Aiming for a familiar audience, the films of summer hope for more hits than misses
A supermodel flies high and falls fast in Arcand's witty and stylish Stardom
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad
The only thing more boring than the surface of this Ford/Pfeiffer "thriller" is What Lies Beneath
Mantra will fill your soul, or at least entertain it