After canceling their October Miami date, Matt & Kim kept their word and returned to the Magic City Friday night at the Fillmore Miami Beach. The duo is on tour supporting their latest album, Lightning.
Meat, meat, meat, meat. Barbecue, sausage, burgers and brisket, oh the brisket. Yes, it's the year in meat photos for 2012, from carnivore hubs like St. Louis, Houston, New York, San Francisco and points between.
Now that Art Basel Miami Beach is gone, the crowds have dispersed and the tents are being stored away. But left behind is an amazing collection of new murals done by street artists from all over the world.
Even if you figured out where Le Baron was every night during Art Basel Miami Beach, there is a good chance you didn't get past the velvet ropes. Luckily for you our cameras did, so here's a taste of the Le Baron debauchery that happened all week long during Basel.
On a sunlit Wednesday afternoon in early December, Myron Mixon sits at a wooden picnic table on the back patio of the new Wynwood barbecue joint Pride and Joy. His long white hair is pushed away from his fleshy face. His thick beard is speckled with dark whiskers. His black short-sleeved shirt...
Basel Castle returned for a third year with performances by Purity Ring, Twin Shadow, Trinidad James, Teengirl Fantasy, Jacuzzi Boys, and more.
Basel Castle 2012: Twin Shadow, Trinidad James, and Purity Ring (Review)
Food Porn as described by Urban Dictionary: "Taking mouthwatering pictures of delicious foods and proliferating them throughout various social media websites as status updates, thus tempting all those not even currently hungry into getting a food hard-on and getting food-horny and blowing all...
To say Miami's Toro Toro is the product of an ambitious game plan is an understatement. James Beard Award-nominated chef Richard Sandoval's expansive empire includes 34 eateries, with U.S. locations in California, Arizona, Colorado, New York, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. He also owns a...
Wynwood was buzzing with activity all week long. Fumes from spray cans wafted through the air as street artists worked on murals, while galleries were filled with patrons looking for pieces far away from the Convention Center.
$50,000 for a shredded stuffed animal? Sometimes it seems like buyers and collectors are paying more for an artist's eventual therapy bill than actually investing in a piece of art that says something. Here are some pieces we question whether they're are or not. We'll let you be the judge.