Today is Election Day, time to cash out on a season's worth of primary drama. Also, your mailbox will soon be filling up with less junk -- hopefully. But just now as we're getting ready to shelve politics for a couple of months, a sideshow issue has broken out in one of Broward's most important judi ... More >>
Yesterday, a private group called the Florida Nativity Scene Committee was installing a manger display in the Capitol in Tallahassee. The Miami Herald reported that another group, Reclaim Christ for Christmas, intends to add the Three Wise Men. The ACLU warned that by allowing private groups to se ... More >>
Beer news is upon us once again, and there is nothing you can do about it. So shut your face, put that cold bottle of IPA to your lips, and let's get started. This week in beer news, we find out that Miami has at least two new breweries coming, in addition to Wynwood Brewing, and somewhere in Texas ... More >>
When Hostess Brands declared bankruptcy and shut down all operations in November 2012, a collective tear was shed by the millions of children and adults who loved the company's snack cakes. Almost immediately, there was a run on Twinkies, HoHo's, and Cupcakes as people hoarded the treats to save an ... More >>
Prepare your Costco-sized box of Kleenex for that friend who gleefully shelled out fistfuls of cash to obtain some of the last packages of Twinkies on earth. First because a U.S. bankruptcy court in White Plains, N.Y. on Monday gave Hostess Brands Inc. permission to auction of its Twinkie and Wonde ... More >>
Out in Deerfield Beach, on a piece of government-owned property, an 8.5-foot-tall tower of beer cans is looming over baby Jesus. No, this isn't some rogue Art Basel installation that crossed the county line. It's Chaz Stevens' salute to the holiday season. Since the end of November, Steven ... More >>
Before you hit the bar on Tuesday night to watch the election results roll in (and either toast to victory or drink away defeat, provided this doesn't turn into the ongoing shit-storm some are predicting) why not put a little food in that belly? A few local restaurants and bars will be rewarding S ... More >>
We're about four days away from the New Times Beerfest November 12 from 7 to 11 p.m. in Esplanade Park, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Humane Society of Broward County. Sister Hazel provides tunes, and a slew of local restaurants --including Charm City Burgers, Moe' ... More >>
NBCThe Kardashian divorce on SNL - scallops wrapped in money for everyone!We're sick of reading about Kim Kardashian's divorce on Facebook. Reading postings about the reality television starlet's break-up is not what Facebook was meant for. It was clearly meant for cyber-stalking old girlfr ... More >>
In "What Would You Order for Your Last Supper?" in the Food and Drink issue of the New York Times Magazine, New York chef and cookbook writer David Pasternack lists a dozen local oysters and clams paired with Pabst Blue Ribbon in a can on his fantasy menu, while Mario Batali lists "one of every s ... More >>
zazzle.comUnless you are a member of some mythical non-dysfunctional family unit that I am pretty sure exists only in lands of unicorns and double rainbows, I assume that you are going to need a stiff drink this holiday. Most of us experience it year after year -- within 24 hours of the extended ... More >>
It raged on courtesy of Agent Orange at Respectable Street.
via www.marilynmansonartworkonline.com'When I Get Old,' by Marilyn MansonMarilyn Manson's paintings are much better than his music. Just kidding; we love ya, Marilyn! His solo show, Trismegistus, debuted this past December during Art Basel Miami Beach. But if you missed the super-VIP opening, don't ... More >>
Barbequelooza returns to Johnny Vs
She has seen the future — and it's in Spanish
Heartburn (seven-inch) (New Art School)
Open mic at the Hideout is an intriguingly wordy experience
These days, John Ralston is exceedingly prolific. But there's more to the story than that.
A powerful male/female dynamic gives life to MoCA's latest permanent-collection show
Put Out the Pyre
Before he dies of Lou Gehrig's disease, Phil Snaith wants to accomplish one final goal: force the state to allow assisted suicides
Members of Mensa, fighting a stereotype of intellectual elitism, are trying to recast themselves as a hip bunch of eggheads ready to party down
Barstools to Go
Is Dan Marino a stoic swaddled in hype or an autistic sports celebrity with the personality of an egg timer? Both.