3 years ago | Concerts
When you’re the son of a famous father, it’s all but inevitable that comparisons will be drawn between you and your dad. And when your name is Guthrie — as in Woody Guthrie, the iconic folk singer — certain expectations inevitably follow. Arlo Gut...
3 years ago | Interviews
We can credit our new president, Donald Trump, with one thing right off the bat: Ever since he announced his run for the White House, he's helped boost the employment numbers — mainly for comedians who found new material.
3 years ago | Stage
In honor of our "People" issue, which will hit newsstands November 17, New Times proudly presents "100 Creatives," where we feature Miami's cultural superheroes. Have suggestions for future profiles? Let us know in the comments. #97: Stephanie Ans...
3 years ago | Culture
Aspen, Sundance, and Tribeca may be the best-known U.S. film festivals, but none of them have the commitment to South Florida exhibited by the Miami International Film Festival. The homegrown event has expanded into a year-round programmer of film...
3 years ago | Art
It’s no surprise that Miami's art scene is thriving. If the galleries that dot Wynwood and Little Haiti, the Art Deco visage of South Beach, and the annual pilgrimage of artists and collectors to Art Basel aren’t proof enough, consider the wealth ...
3 years ago | Miami Music
It’s rather remarkable that in a city as diverse and cosmopolitan as Miami, a listening room like the Luna Star Cafe has become an anomaly. Over the past two decades, folk, blues and Americana artists of all stripes have embraced it as a pla...