A few weeks ago, bigwigs at the Florida Miami Marlins announced they were putting the final touches on the team's new stadium in Little Havana. The coup de grace: a rubber membrane designed to reduce the glare off its bulbous, retractable metal roof. Soon the stadium will be shrink-wrapped i ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanAnother perfect pieIf you missed the first part of this interview yesterday, click here. And you can go here for one of Eismann's pizza recipes plus info about his upcoming cooking classes.New Times: Did your parents cook?Jonathan Eismann: My parents owned a hotel when I ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times.This week, Luke says no to the Ground Zero mosque.I don't believe there should be a mosque next to the Ground Zero memorial site in Ne ... More >>
I was wrong. Seven years ago, at the Iraq War's start, I wrote a column expressing skepticism about the Bush administration's claim that Adnan Shukrijumah of Miramar was a top terrorist. Earlier today, reports leaked from the FBI that Shukrijumah has become Osama Bin Laden's top man on globa ... More >>
Photo by Bill Cooke Gerald PosnerIn this week's Miami New Times, we write about new evidence that Gerald Posner plagiarized dozens of passages in his 2003 book Why American Slept and in 2005's Secrets of the Kingdom. After the jump, you can check out all the proof. But first, a little back ... More >>
Contrary to conventional thinking, chicks dig guys who read. But how can the solitary act of enjoying a good book actually get you girls? Do it in public. On the first Tuesday of every month the Bookstore in the Grove hosts the Young Professional's Book Club. Join up because like every libra ... More >>
Local sensei Joe Robaina swears he could have prevented 9/11 with a walking stick.
"They were on a Boeing," Joe Robaina announces and then indicates a span of floor mat about as wide as an airplane cabin walkway. He's a short, solidly built man with serpentine eyes and a neatly trimmed goatee. In his right hand, he carries a walking stick covered in foam. His apprentice, a ba ... More >>
Orta oughta know Miami-style jazz
Diaspora Vibe takes a dystopic look at post-9/11 America
"Orishas are hot! They dance bien rico!"
You may not want to see United 93, but you should
Why We Fight probes America's passion for war
Americans will likely swarm to Ladder 49, an unabashed homage to firefighters
The Red Thread (Red House)
MAM extols the art of architecture
South Florida signs up for queer radio
A Very Wolfsonian Weekend for you and me and the hoi polloi
In Miami, the antiwar movement is making some people kooky
More strident nonsense in snazzy clothes, now from the Agenda
De Niro -- no surprise -- is the reason to like City by the Sea
For Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the old photography ways are still best
Elsten Torres and Juan Carlos Perez Soto
He stumbled into a group of Muslim extremists with plans to attack America. Then he stumbled into Miami. Today Shaheed Mohamed is nowhere to be found.
Edward Burns's Sidewalks does more talking than walking
The thinning of restaurants and pubs that cover them
Naked breasts and rose petals in the name of WTC relief
In the chaotic days following the attacks, a reporter came to expect the unexpected
As Miami Beach prepares for life in wartime, it's on its own
Is the South Beach scene declining?
The day the music died
How will Hollywood react now that real life is more terrifying than fiction?
Letters from the issue of May 18, 2000