Taking over the former Urbanite Bistro space on NE 14th Street, longtime Fort Lauderdale gay bar Johnny's opened its downtown Miami outpost on June 22. The lounge features a proper dancefloor as well as plenty of go-go boys to tease patrons.
After current Cuban leader Raul Castro announced major policy changes in 2010 that allowed small-scale free enterprise, Cubans have embraced the idea of trabajo por cuenta propia, regulated self-employment. New Times takes a closer look at Buenavista, a heavily populated neighborhood in the...
To celebrate their recent Best of Miami wins, Dim Ssam a Gogo, Ms. Cheezious, The Fish Box, Latin House Grill, Dolci Peccati, Sugar Rush, and Nacho Bizness gathered in Wynwood for a Best of Miami food truck rally.
As part of its 40th anniversary celebration, the Miami-Dade Public Library System celebrated the '90s at the Main Library on June 16 with its exhibit "Enter the Ninties," which invited artists, writers, and more to trade zines -- independent, DIY magazines.
For this year's Best of Miami, zombies took over our pages to bring you the best of the city. Here are some of the outtakes from the photo shoot. To view more behind-the-scenes action, check out the video from the Best of Miami photo shoot here.
The following are excerpts from Yahweh ben Yahweh's, founder of the Nation of Yahweh, bible. The violent cult thought long dead continues to live on in Miami. Read more in this week's feature, "Echoes of Yahweh," here.