Travis Cohen is a writer for Miami New Times and covers subjects ranging from arts and architecture to marijuana and monkeys with herpes. He graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University with a bachelor's degree in English in 2012 and began working with New Times shortly thereafter. He was born and raised in Miami.
6 months ago | LGBTQ
Imagine a drag performer taking the stage, dressed in leather, with sky-high stilettos so sharp they could probably pierce through skin. And just when you expect her to lip-synch to Nicki Minaj's "Monster," she does a 180 and starts rolling around...
8 months ago | Technology
Augmented reality and virtual reality have come a long way since they were conceptualized, but they're still not a part of everyday life. Most people don't have an Oculus headset or a $300 PlayStation VR setup at home. And beyond Pokémon Go, augme...
8 months ago | Comedy
Hannibal Buress chose to shoot his latest comedy special in Miami, in no small part because of his controversial 2017 arrest in Wynwood.
8 months ago | LGBTQ
Karla Croqueta's Birdcage Brunch at Sweet Liberty aims to bring back the spirit of South Beach's gay heyday through drag kings, burlesque shows, and diverse queer performers.
8 months ago | Celebrities
"I think that drag queens actually helped me understand gay clubs before I came out and was just starting to discover myself," says Daniel Franzese of "Mean Girls" fame.
1 year ago | Art
The fighter once known as the baddest man on the planet has become a staple of the American pop culture landscape — and what better proof of that than an Art Basel event made up of pieces inspired by the man himself? That was the scene last night ...