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.
1 month ago | Obituaries
Miami's cultural legacy might have come to pass were it not to for the work of Christo.
9 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...
11 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...
11 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.
11 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.
11 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.