Despite the dark rain clouds looming Saturday afternoon, the promise of unlimited beer later that day was enough to please the gods and improve the weather. New Times' fifth-annual Brew at the Zoo would go on, rain or shine. After the skies sent a brief downpour at 7 p.m., the clouds parted, and r ... More >>
Beer: that frothy, refreshing drink with the power to turn your mediocre existence into an exciting, exhilarating experience. It's a drink that should be celebrated -- nay, honored. That's why at New Times, we put on events like Brew at the Zoo. In its fifth year, Brew at the Zoo (or BATZ, as it's ... More >>
"Yo, VIP," and also general admission peeps, "Let's kick it!" That's right ... New Times' Brew at the Zoo is back with a brand-new announcement. For the 2014 edition of our annual sudsy romp at Zoo Miami, we've enlisted Vanilla Ice to "rock a mic like a vandal, light up a stage and wax a chump lik ... More >>
[Editor's Note: In his new column, Serrano Time, award-winning goofball Shea Serrano writes about his life and times. Better put on your shoes because your socks are about to be blown off.] I went running the other morning. I used to run all the time. I was in shape, and had a six-pack for a week. ... More >>
NeMesis Urban Bistro, the whimsical restaurant dreamt up by chef Micah Edelstein, features a menu that takes you not only around the world but also around the zoo. In the same vein that Edelstein brings us tuscan sushi, she also brings us far beyond the standard petting zoo of meats. Our recent sa ... More >>
Bearded brewski lovers, former college frat boys, tatted ex-military men, girls walking around in red Tootsie's t-shirts promoting the strip club, and an 88-year old man cruising around on a walker ... Welcome to Miami New Times' Brew at the Zoo. Over the weekend, the booze fest attracted an unlike ... More >>
The fourth annual New Times Brew at the Zoo is tomorrow, May 4, at Zoo Miami. The event features great beers, good food, live concerts, and plenty of surprises. We know most of you have your tickets in hand and are busy planning for an evening of sudsy fun -- ironing your best beer-related T-shirt, ... More >>
Brew at the Zoo is tomorrow, May 4. The event, at Zoo Miami, features over 100 beers, including local craft selections and a home brewers alley serving unique and delicious brews you simply have to try. If you're a serious beer geek (or you're into treasure hunting), here's a map of the entire Brew ... More >>
Before Luther Campbell was Uncle Luke, he was Luke Skyywalker. But George Lucas sued him for violating copyright. And that's how the nasty boy went from car wars to Star Wars. The Lucas lawsuit was just the beginning of his infamy. Soon, Miami bass became the trunk rattle heard 'round the world. I ... More >>
Our sister paper may have just hosted Beerfest, and you may have already gotten your fill of beer for the month. But where's the fun in that? Brew at the Zoo is inching closer, and it's about time you realize what you'll miss out on if you skip this annual extravaganza. Do you like Florida beer ... More >>
There's no doubt the biggest beer trend in Miami is homebrew. Everywhere you look -- from clubs such as Misfit Home Brewers to individuals brewing batches in their kitchens -- the make-your-own beer craze is here in full force. And why not?Beginning homebrewers simply need a kitchen, a small storage ... More >>
The animals at Zoo Miami were reminded of their own mortality in a big way on Monday; once again warned that every second that ticks by is a second closer to their own unavoidable death.Reminded that one day they too will end up like Mohan the rhino and Tevy the tiger, who both took their final brea ... More >>
Miami New Times and Zoo Miami are teaming together once more to bring you beer and music right next to jungle cats, giant primates, and cute creatures of the forest - at the third annual New Times Brew at the Zoo. This Saturday, April 28 from 7 to 10 p.m, enjoy plenty of beer, food, and live music ... More >>
In a laboratory deep in the heart of suburban Miami, an overactive kettle explodes, spewing steamy, frothy wort. Just another day in the adventures at CerveTech Brew Institute, where brewing experts hone their craft in the art of making fine beer. If CerveTech is a brewing laboratory, Nick Armada is ... More >>
Can a columnist get a table dance? One-time 2 Live Crew capo and Miami-Dade County mayoral candidate Luther Campbell celebrated his 51st birthday last week. But the New Times contributor isn't calling it quits just yet. Tomorrow night, Uncle Luke's hosting an NYE weekend birthday bash alongside ... More >>
FacebookPop rock icon and sax man Eddie Money.Miami's wildest keg party is just five months away. Of course, we're talking about New Times' Brew at the Zoo, the all-you-can-drink extravaganza presented by Miller's Ale House. While we've locked down the venue -- Zoo Miami -- and the date -- Apri ... More >>
L.A. City Attorney's OfficeIsn't this how 28 Days Later begins?Miami freight shipper Robert Matson Conyers was charged with animal cruelty yesterday after a tri-continental shipment of monkeys turned into a cannibalistic simian catastrophe.Guyanese animal supplier Akhtar Hussain hired Conyers to ... More >>
Notorious Nastie will fill in for John Belushi.If you haven't snatched up tickets for this year's Brew at the Zoo, better do so quickly. They are running out fast. Last year the event sold out a day before it opened.But the 2011 gathering will definitely be bigger than last year's. Fifty-eight te ... More >>
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A promotional picture of the in development Al Ain Wildlife Park. Mike Maunder, executive director of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, is leaving his job and heading to Abu Dhabi to be the director of botany and landscapes at Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort, a 2,000 acre property being developed f ... More >>
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