This week in the print edition of New Times, we introduce you to one of South Florida's most colorful characters, Anwar Zayden. For nearly four decades, Zayden has been a player on the local scene; by day a humble businessman with a frame store in Kendall, he's also a former sex icon, model, frien ... More >>
It's #FloridaBeerFriday. Every Friday, we take a look at a beer brewed in the Sunshine State, giving analysis to the burgeoning craft beer movement of Florida. This week we're setting our eyes on a beer made for a specific purpose: pairing with food. Earlier this week, we spoke about Funky Buddha' ... More >>
The rhythmic beat of the cocktail shaker full of ice. The clink of glass bottles returning to the shelf. The fizz of a freshly poured drink. They're all sounds new to the Palm Beach County cocktail scene, where craft creations have been making more and more noise -- both in the news and at the bar. ... More >>
We are a long way away from MetLife Stadium, but New York transplants don't plan on trading the Jets anytime soon. And if they did, it certainly wouldn't be for the Dolphins -- not after Dan Marino's dirty Fake Spike play in 1994. Over 500 strong, the South Florida Jets Fan Club has called the bar ... More >>
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 >>
If you own a smartphone, there's a high likelihood you are addicted to Candy Crush Saga from King.com. Don't bother lying to us or to yourself. We're not here to stage an intervention or direct you to a twelve step program. We're just as addicted as you are. (Seriously, been stuck on level 44 for l ... More >>
If ever there were an iconic south Florida name, Shula would be it.The football legend is famous not just for his coaching skills, but his namesake high-end steakhouses, to boot. Now there's a new concept for the Shula brand, in what's often called the "better burger market." This niche includes&nbs ... More >>
Oktoberfest is here again, folks. It is the time of year to party like a German in brown leather pants, guzzling endless liters of barley and malt brews. We know -- sporting lederhosen in South Florida's penetrating heat is not a logistical reality, considering the risk of massive chaffing and poten ... More >>
‚ÄčThe "Burgerfication of the nation" marches onward, or at least the expansion of SoFla restaurateur David Manero's soon-to-be-not-so-fledgling upscale hamburger empire. On July 4 (there's something else special about that date, but I can't quite remember what it is), the second BurgerFi is slated ... More >>
Ynot detailing a burner.This week's feature, "Tagged," is the story of Jonathan "Ynot" Corso -- one of the most prolific members of Miami's longest-running graffiti crew, MSG, recently killed in a fight in a strip club parking lot. We tried to write the story in the language of Ynot and his fellow ... More >>
Siegal‚ÄčA talentless, vacuous celebrity versus a fad-diet-pitchman. Must someone win this lawsuit? The legal clash of tabloid Titans concerns a few of Kim Kardashian's Twitter posts in October. The first one to offend Cookie Diet's Dr. Sanford Siegal, from October 29:"Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet is fa ... More >>
A woman perishes in a collision with an Indian leader's kin. Her family cries cover-up.
The Burger Beast is a South Florida eating machine chewing his way through fried-food-America and blogging his reviews of various establishments at BurgerBeast.com. Most of his posts center on Dade and Broward, but they also cover cities as far as Atlanta, where he recently found himself, and soon M ... More >>
One newly illegal substance, two short trips, and a different approach to the war on drugs
The boys are South Florida-born and -bred, and they're blowing up
The Miami Book Fair proves yet again that we really do love us some book
With Clematis Street sputtering, Ray's Downtown barely holds on as a beachhead of hip
You want face time with the Big Guy? Hand over some plastic, Mom.
When it was a swamp, horses plodded down the road and truckers feared ending up dead in a canal
They're cool. They're coifed. They're tightly wrapped. And they kick ass with a cue stick.
Sóniko has a furry little secret
The blood runs pink as biowarfare is waged against insect pests
A hard-charging wheeler-dealer, a catering perfectionist, and a bitterly dissatisfied wife -- it was a lethal mix
How those big-box stores turned into coffins for MARS Music
The man who changed skateboarding forever skates in Hollywood -- Florida, not California
The West Palm alt-rock scene mourns one of its favorite sons
Pamela Canellas's dancers jam into clubland
Should 2700 little sparrows be allowed to hold up the reclaiming of the Everglades?
If you want to beat Britney Spears, you better start young
By age ten Ryan Lipner was managing his fatherís Hallmark store. So how did this would-be greeting card tycoon end up in jail before his 18th birthday?
Dues paid, the punk stalwarts of Corky have come up in the world
Spell-casting entrepreneur Nikki Donin makes the black arts pretty in pink
The Klezmer Company Chanukah Concert
Tuesday Morning Records puts out an eclectic mix of sounds from the comfort of its founder's home
To protect boxers from the fight game, Irv Abramson wants to form a more perfect union
Ed Matus' Struggle, Bolting Like Michael, Where the Sidewalk Ends, and the Rocking Horse Winner