The cooking competition, Chopped, came alive in Miami Beach last week as the MasterCard Chopped Experience saw three local chefs pitted against each other in a live culinary battle complete with mystery ingredient!
You may have lost track of the date, but National Burger Month is about to come to an end. Hopefully, you have your tickets in hand, because Friday night is Riverwalk's Burger Battle. If you didn't manage to plan ahead, don't fret fine friends; we have a list of the five best food and drink related ... More >>
Runway shows are great for people who are really into fashion--or just people who like to stare at hot models. Either way, they tend to draw a crowd, which is good for charitable purposes. The Second Annual Dress to Impress for LLS (Leukemia and Lymphoma Society) Runway Fashion Show is taking place ... 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 >>
For more on South Florida's food scene, check out New Times' Taste guide, hitting newsstands Thursday, February 21. As human beings, we are subject to the undeniable laws of attraction. If something looks good, we gotta have it. And if you've got an interest in food, neck-breaking sexy male chefs h ... More >>
Will Hurricane Sandy crash (and/or destroy) your Halloween party this weekend? That remains to be seen, but if you've got weekend plans anywhere in South Florida, it would pay to call ahead to ensure everything is proceeding as planned, as some organizers may pull the plug on events if conditions wo ... More >>
Big Girls, Little Guys, Lots of Fun
And hunker down for the big game.
In Good Company is wonderfully funny, a bit sad, and unmistakably real
Broward’s most notorious inventor and accused pimp rakes in a big take — from behind bars
The FBI doesn't want you to know about Mel Ruth
William Ash calls himself Mister Madam, but in the South Florida gay community, this ex-con's name is mud
Who is Harvey Slavin? Why is he so angry? And why can't he stop sending scathing letters to the editor?
Getting rid of those folks with buckets equals getting rid of one of the county's better homeless-assistance programs.