Sunday concluded the Miami Rum Renaissance Festival, a playground for wannabe pirates, booze-hungry businessmen, and diehard rum enthusiasts to geek out together in drunk bliss. But looking beyond the flashy booths and Tiki merch, I found distilleries with fascinating origins that can get lost amid ... More >>
When Zaragoza crushed the French Army near Puebla, Mexico on May 5, 1862, he intended to commemorate the victory by celebrating with tortillas, guacamole, beer and block parties. Yes, block parties, kind of like the one World of Beer in Dadeland is hosting in two weeks.Authorities will close off the ... More >>
Beware whom you cut off on the Florida Turnpike. That slow-moving a-hole in front of you could turn out to be an ax murderer.No, really.Abdel Roca Teijelo was pulled over last Friday during a routine traffic stop. Turns out, the 37-year-old barista was wanted in his native Spain for allegedly bas ... More >>
Enrique Bunbury appeases his old fans by sticking to his old attitude
How gangs overran a school in an affluent neighborhood. And how administrators reclaimed it.
Antoni Miralda's studio is the world and you are his subject
Club Tropigala's heritage dates back to nineteenth-century Cuba, but when the curtain rises, this could only be Miami