South Florida-based Aurafin and Walmart launched Love, Earth in 2008 with the long-term goal of greening the big-box store's entire jewelry offering. However, miles way, in Bolivian factories, workers who produce the "green jewelry" are put at risk daily. Read more in this week's feature, "Cheated."
This week, critic Lee Klein takes a bite out of 1500 Degrees at the Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach. At the helm of the hotel restaurant is Hell's Kitchen alumna and former chef de cuisine at Fort Lauderdale's 3030 Ocean Paula DaSilva. Read the full review of 1500 Degrees here.
This week's cafe review, critic Lee Klein samples Design District eatery Vino & Olio. About the atmosphere, Klein says, "Combined with a sizable bar area and DJ-spun thumps, Vino appears more like a stylish nightclub than a restaurant." Read the full Vino & Olio review here.
Each year, New Times puts together a list of the sketchiest politicians and unholiest celebrities and weirdest human beings to call the Magic City home. So who made the filthy cut this year? Illustrations by Derf.
The annual satirical parade, King Mango Strut, took over the streets of Coconut Grove with its theme of "Restoring Humor." The Tea Party, TSA, and the BP oil spill were just some of this year's headlines addressed during the strut.