Around and around we go; today is the start to yet another lovely workweek. Hopefully, you have a bit of a spring in your step from some indulgent weekend activities. If not, don't fret; there are still plenty of events to keep you busy through your working days. Whether you're looking to sip and ... More >>
New Times' Pairings returns to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, September 18. From 7 - 10 p.m., enjoy a great selection of delicious food by some of South Florida's best places to dine, each paired with wines or craft beers. Although about 40 restaurants will offer savory and ... More >>
The seventh annual New Times' Pairings returns to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts with an astounding lineup of restaurants. On Thursday, September 18 from 7 through 10 p.m., enjoy delicious food by some of South Florida's best places to dine, each paired with wines or craft beers. See ... More >>
Miami New Times Brew at the Zoo is back. That means it's time to enjoy hundreds of the world's finest beers alongside the wildest creatures you've ever encountered. No. We're not talking about your college roommates. We're talking about monkeys...and tigers...and Vanilla Ice. It all goes down on Sa ... More >>
Want to play a drinking game? Every time something happens that's a complete clusterf**k during the Sochi Winter Olympics -- take a sip of your cocktail. Every time an athlete gets locked inside a bathroom -- drink! Every time a stray dog wanders into the stadium - drink! Every time an Olymp ... More >>
Photo:Flickr/TayorKoaYou have a secret, a skeleton in your your closet. Brace yourself, you are about to be exposed. You! yes you, love "vintage" candy. What is vintage candy? Like you don't know! Let's face it, you're not getting any younger but we'll indulge you...just for today. Vintage candy ... More >>
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