Upstairs at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, past smiling employees at the front desk and cubicles full of researchers and staffers, lies a secluded room behind a password-protected door. Inside, unmoving taxidermies of bears, snakes, and birds stand next to rows of sterile bones, s ... More >>
Those of you who missed the Music Musica Exhibit at the Miami Science Museum in early December will get another chance this week. The exhibit returns to give museum-goers a chance to learn about the impact of Latinos throughout the history of American popular music, and also to play with any of 33 ... More >>
Justin Namon Last night's Iron Fork event was a sold out affair that pack the Miami Science Museum. There was plenty of food and drinks to go around, plus we got to feel like we were 10 again walking through and interacting with the Music Musica exhibit at the museum. And for those wondering, Mark ... More >>
New Times hosts a cooking competition of its own
For everyone looking forward to the New Times' Iron Fork event next week at the Miami Science Museum, it pains us to say that it has been postponed to October 30. Yes, we played a game of chicken with Hurricane Ike and we lost. But no worries, hold on to your ticket because it will still be honored ... More >>
Buy your tickets now for the New Times Iron Fork event at the Miami Science Museum Wednesday, September 10.
Amazing what you'll find out reading Miami New Times. Apparently we're putting on a terribly cool culinary event on September 10th: Iron Fork, in which "Top Chefs Battle Head to Head for the Prestigious Golden Fork Award." Who knew? Celeb judges include Susser, Dean James Max, Clay Conley, Zach Bel ... More >>