This year, the Raleigh Hotel once again is the epicenter for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim. Thursday night, Swim Week started with a bang with a runway show by Tina Turk and the official kickoff party.
In his column this week, editor Chuck Strouse tells the story of Louis Maxwell Jr., a local sailor killed in Afghanistan and the struggle to find his killers even after being hailed as a hero by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
This this week's Cafe review, critic Lee Klein takes a bite out of Racks Italian Kitchen in North Miami Beach. Klein calls the locale "a suave, modern take on a neighborhood trattoria." Read the full review of Racks Italian Kitchen here.
Every year, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables celebrates the sweet, exotic fruit known as the mango. This year's event featured workshops with experts, as well as cooking demos with local chefs like John Critchley, Jeff O'Neill, Gonzalo Rivera, and more.
Troubled rocker Courtney Love resurrected her former band Hole with none of the original members supporting her. That didn't stop fans from flocking to the Fillmore Miami Beach Friday night to check out the revamped band.
Wednesday, tech site Mashable organized Social Media Day, a world-wide event to celebrate media becoming social. Miami's event, organized locally by BRPR, took place at the Pelican Hotel on Ocean Drive.
In this week's New Times, "Peanut Butter Miracles" takes a look at how medika mamba, peanut butter that's enhanced with vitamins and minerals, and American pediatrician Dr. Patricia Wolff are helping the malnourished children of Haiti.
Tattoo artists and enthusiasts gathered once again for the second annual Tattoolapalooza, which this year moved from the Miami Beach Convention Center to the Hyatt Regency in downtown Miami. In addition to body art, the event featured seminars, sideshows, and live music.