In this week's feature, New Times takes a closer look at the subculture of extreme body modification. With over 122 tattoo parlors in Miami, and 144 more in Broward and Palm Beach, South Florida is hotbed of tattooing culture. But extreme body modifiers still remain part of a true underground in the Magic City.
Saturday, party animals came out for the third annual Brew at the Zoo at Zoo Miami. The event featured a sampling of beers that included everything from the mass produced to the craft variety, as well as a live performance by Alien Ant Farm.
The Tropics' favorite libation, rum, was celebrated at the Miami Rum Renaissance Festival at the Deauville Beach Resort. Brands like Bacardi, Appleton, 10 Cane, Brugal, DonQ, Vizcaya, Rhum, and more were on hand to dole out refreshing cocktails.
For the third year in a row, Sweat Records held its Sweatstock celebration to coincide with Record Store Day. Bands performing included Afrobeta, Deaf Poets, Krisp, PLAINS, Axe and the Oak, Shroud Eater, Pool Party, and more.
According to critic Lee Klein, it seems that when putting together Bianca at the Delano the Las Vegas-based Light Group forgot that Miami is no longer lacking in culinary options. "We now have not only quality high-end establishments that care about locals, but also a stable of affordable...
Miami's LGBT community came out to show their true colors Sunday at the Miami Beach Gay Pride parade on Ocean Drive. Transgender advocate and Dancing With the Stars contestant Chaz Bono was this year's Grand Marshal.
Fans of cosplay, LARPing, video games, comic books, and more gathered at the Miami Airport Convention Center for the seventh annual Florida Supercon. With over 125,000 square feet of space, the convention had everything a fanboy -- or girl -- could hope for, including vendors, celebrities,...
After spinning for thousands of University of Miami students at the BankUnited Center Thursday night, DJ-producer Diplo headed to the Garret at Grand Central for a "secret" appearance alongside Walshy Fire.
Lee Klein says Salumeria 104 "aims to provide a limited array of charcuterie with affordable regional Italian foods and wines in a setting that invites dropping by for a casual drink and snack." Read the review of Salumeria 104 here.
Monday evening, The Corner hosted the 2012 USBG Campari Best Aperitivo Cocktail Competition. In first place was Julio Cabrera of Sra. Martinez, who won a spot to the Manhattan Cocktail Classic in New York in May with his Campari creation the "Tramonto." Runner-ups were Gabriel Orta of Bar Lab...