Jane Seo blazed across the finish line at last weekend's Fort Lauderdale Half Marathon with a stellar time of 1 hour 21 minutes. The professional New York food blogger's blistering 6:15-per-mile pace earned her second place among the thousands who raced. Seo paraded around the finish line while grinning and gripping a gaudy medal.
Barclay Graebner, who opened Wynwood's Morgans Restaurant in 2010 with Jamaican movie producer Richie Effs, is opening two restaurants after she fell quiet following the closure of Georgia's Union in the former Joe Allen space in 20...
When it comes to refreshing alcoholic beverages, few concoctions compete with the margarita. And — mojitos aside — it's practically the unofficial drink of South Florida. Although taking down a few margaritas all day long is not generally...Show More Summary
Art has always shone brightest in the midst of political oppression. And Mad Cat Theatre Company is tackling both art and political oppression during a time when those topics are controversial at best. February 23 through March 12, the eclectic and offbeat production company will open its 17th season by putting on two plays by subversive Czechoslovakian playwright Vaclav Havel.
When Mari Rubio began culinary school at Johnson and Wales in 2009, she "hated pastry." Eight years later, Rubio, who now owns her own dessert business, makes the most indulgent cookie in town. Her chocolate chip oatmeal cookie, infused...Show More Summary
The Cure gave its fans a reason to wear black in June last year, when the English rock band made a tour stop in Miami. Now the group’s founding drummer, Laurence "Lol" Tolhurst, is giving fans a reason to read. This Friday, FebruaryShow More Summary
From the South Beach Wine & Food Festival to Borscht Diez, these are the best things to do in Miami the week of February 23 through March 1.
Since it's impossible to choose only one. Try arguing with a local Miamian that pastelitos are just sugary Cuban pastries whose consumption should be limited to once or twice a week. You’ll lose. These flakey, turnover like creations,...Show More Summary
Who says sushi has to involve fish? Let 'em stay in the ocean, because Sushi Garage has your fish-free sushi cravings covered. The Sunset Harbour eatery is now offering an array of menu options that are all good for vegan and vegetarian eaters.
Apart from being a cultural melting pot, Miami has produced a fair number of talented local artists for a city of its size. Daniel Arsham, Hernan Bas, and many others have gone from high-school stars on the local art scene to national and international standouts. Show More Summary
From splashy new additions to delicious hole-in-the walls and everything in between SOUTH BEACH — Dubbed as Miami’s first ever "all-inclusive nightclub,” Copa Room boasts aerialists, acrobats and Las Vegas-style shows, plus a premium open bar all evening long. Show More Summary
Lions and tigers and brews, oh my! On May 6, Miami will get wild when the eighth-annual New Times' Brew at the Zoo takes over Zoo Miami for an evening filled with beer, music, fun, and wild things.
February’s newest restaurants WYNWOOD — Have a craving for an A$AP Rocky Road? Or a Fat Joe Pistachio? Then head to Mr. Kream, Wynwood’s newest ice cream shop and spray paint store at 2400 North Miami Avenue. Owned and operated by aShow More Summary
Find your way around the South Beach Wine & Food Festival with this map of party and event venues.
She was told to go back to Cuba on a banana boat when she was growing up in Broward. Now award-winning actor and playwright Elena María García strikes back in the world premiere of ¡Fuácata! or a Latina’s Guide to Surviving the Universe at that Arsht Center February 23.
The first U.S. outpost for the London-based restaurant Restaurateur Arjun Waney, the man behind places like Zuma, Coya, and DOA, just can’t seem to get enough of Miami. Case in point: today he opens his latest restaurant in the Magic City, French eatery La Petite Maison. This marks the first U.S. Show More Summary
Last year, while preparing for the film festival Borscht Diez, Borscht Corp.'s "minister of the interior," Lucas Leyva, asked grant applicants a simple question: Does Borscht even matter anymore? "That's a question we're constantly asking ourselves," Leyva says. "Does it matter? And if it doesn't, why are we doing it?"...
It was December, when Richard Hales' Southern spot, Bird & Bone, had just opened inside the Confidante Miami Beach, that he realized he was out of place. He was standing behind a weathered wood-framed bar turning out smoky Aperol spritzes and bites of auburn fried chicken when a group of drunken, scantily clad vacationers cozied up to him. They had just learned he was the chef.
In 2012, Johnson & Wales University's North Miami Campus initiated the JWU Zest Awards, which recognize the local culinary community for excellence. The awards have become an integral part of Miami's food-and-beverage landscape. Chefs and restaurateurs acknowledge the Zests as Miami's homegrown version of the nationally acclaimed James Beard Awards.
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Show More Summary