Iron Fork and the official Miami Spice kick-off celebration is 7 p.m. tonight (6 p.m. for VIP) at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami and it's promising to be the foodie event of the summer (and no, we're not just saying that because it's our sister publication, Miami New Times' event). Iron Fork fe ... More >>
Presented by the Downtown Development Authority and Miami New Times Iron Fork, which also happens to be the official kickoff to Miami Spice, is August 1 at the Adrienne Arsht Center. The gorgeous performing arts theater complex will transform into South Florida's culinary capital, where dozens of ... More >>
We know that after a day commuting to the office or (gasp) driving around town for work, the last thing you want to do is hop in the car to party down in Miami. But, sometimes, there's an event so awesome, you just have to go. Like Miami Spice, the annual summer event that has dozens of Miami's best ... More >>
SoFla Flow pays tribute to South Florida's wonderful jam-band, reggae, and related activity -- both the homegrown, heady, local stuff and national acts passing through.One year ago, the legendary reggae group Inner Circle, alongside local promoter and scene elder Lance-O of Kulcha Shok, called ... More >>
Provided by the Broward CenterTaxpayers would pay for half of the expansion that would stretch the Broward Center back toward the New River.Comedian Larry Miller comes to the Broward Center May 26, bringing his brand of one-liners and just slightly offensive jokes. He'll have the largely elderly ... More >>
It seems SoFla is taking a page from the Rudy Giuliani playbook, trying every which way to get homeless people off of our streets and out of our sight. To that end, three initiatives have been proposed in three cities in recent weeks.Two weeks ago, Palm Beach County unveiled a plan to dissuade d ... More >>
Photos by Paula Niño.The Fall for the Arts Festival took place Saturday at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, bringing together good tunes, arts activities, and a small street-food festival featuring more than a dozen food trucks from across South Florida. Organized by the Burger ... More >>
Beastly, as in the Burger Beast.That's because Sef Gonzalez, the Burger Beast himself, is behind the gathering of food trucks, carts, and stalls that will accompany the Adrienne Arsht Center's daylong Fall for the Arts Festival. The free event will feature live music, arts and crafts, games, and ... More >>
Jane, stop this crazy thing!Earlier in the week, Riki Altman cooked up beef tenderloin medalions from the new Morton's The Cookbook: 100 Steahkhouse Recipes for Every Kitchen. You sampled the recipe, now you can head to Morton's in Coral Gables on September 23 for a signing by author Tyler Fields ... More >>
April Yvette Thompson left hers in Liberty City.
Level the playing field with Defendiendo al Cavernicola.
If the quantity of photos available online depicting a young violinist next to smiling, modestly dressed girls is any indication of classical music stardom, then Joshua Bell is off the charts. One could argue, too, that the admiration from students of an art that requires hours of practice a day is ... More >>
On the current southern tour of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, the 16-piece band is focusing on the 70th anniversary of the original Blue Note records. The New York-based label founded by Alfred Lion and Max Margulis in 1939 that became seminal for musicians like Thelonious Monk, John ... More >>
A family-led operation, the Machito Orchestra was established in 1939 and continues to attract some of the best-known musicians in Latin jazz. The New York-based group comes to town on Thursday, January 15 in a celebratory mood. The show pays homage to three departed legends of the genre: the Machit ... More >>
MCB kicks off 2009 with a brand-new dance.
So I am a sucker for Christmas, and the Seraphic Fire's Friday night concert at the Arsht Center made the season for me. Messiah -- particularly the hallelujah chorus, was sublime. The small orchestra and beautiful voices organized by Notre Dame professor Patrick Quigley and partially funded by the ... More >>
...is the answer to: What might you find at a Puerto Rican-owned piano bar/café? Merly Velazquez, niece of the late fashion designer David Fernandez, has partnered with Raymond Klein in opening Miami Arts Café across the street from the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts (255 NE ... More >>
37 plays in 97 minutes? You betcha.
One woman and 1,000 Homosexuals
This man loves Mac's Club Deuce. (Reason No. 293 why we love this man.) Better Than: Pounding cheap beers between a soul-crushing double on the saute station. The evidence, plainly, is undeniable: the best-selling books, the top-rated Travel Channel Show, the Top Chef judging gigs. Hell, even t ... More >>
But like one youve never known.
Twyla Tharp and Elvis Costello team up for ballet