This melting pot of a city has its range of bars.
Photo by Flickr user Matthew ArmstrongA little park in Wilton Manors is hosting a feast fit for a king -- maybe several or dozens of kings. For the fourth-annual "Taste of the Island" evening, 48 restaurants and drinking establishments are setting up stalls and offering samples of their food and ... More >>
Quick, someone block the New York Times website on the computer of Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza. The head of the Miramar-based discount carrier will be devastated if he learns that there's another airline that is more ruthless about achieving low fares (a Baldanza obsession) and more willing to ... More >>
A shadowy spinner who goes beyond darkwave.
-- A couple weeks ago I shared a memo from Miami Herald publisher David Landsberg in which he announced that another round of layoffs was soon coming to the newspaper. He wasn't specific, but said the paper would try to limit the pain. Well, news from a Herald sister paper at McClatchy indicates the ... More >>
South Florida's busiest head-spinner
One gets the impression that if there were eight days in a week, DJ Affect would be spinning each and every one of 'em. Hell, it's a bet he'd be spinning every day of the week if there were 10 or 12 or 20 -- that's how driven the cat is. When you're already spinning seven out of seven, what's a few ... More >>
The Ball jar: Preserving our Illusions.The New York Times reported last week that sales of Ball jars are up 92 percent from the same month last year. That's because the upper middle class is getting jittery about the economy, and when we get jittery, you know what we do? Just to take myself as an e ... More >>
Those socialites are a competitive bunch -- and what is a wedding good for if not to rub one's success in the nose of one's rivals. Am I right, ladies?Or that's my theory, anyway, on the gamesmanship between former New York City socialite Carole Rome and current NYC socialite Jill Zarin, a cast memb ... More >>
To the boxers who will square off in Red China, retired Olympian Nicholas Spanakos offers a cautionary tale
Don't Believe the Claptrap
The new Visual Arts Pavilion in Hollywood starts out, at least, unshackled by rules
Venerable director returns with a devilish thriller.
Where old masters, drunk teenagers, and Asia Argento make the fest's first week a blast
OK, slight exaggeration. But he's at least to blame for this one.
Da Vinci's leap to the screen leaves no room for surprise.
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival Listings for the week of November 3-9,2005
A play that generates more questions than answers isn't such a bad thing
Jim Jarmusch's latest road movie is filled with fetching existential ambiguities
Cut through the chaos of this production and you'll find some nuggets
Hold on a Bahamian Minute
You be the judge
Bruckheimer's knights go for grit but lose the glory
MoCA delivers a sense of place
The "asylums" depicted in The Magdalene Sisters undermine both the Catholic Church and the popular image of Ireland
A UFC joins the AFC to make competitors DIA
Duff rides her popular TV series to Rome and the big screen
Blue Jews Make Happy Music
This penetrating adventure proves ridiculous but amusing
Nonsensical scheduling aside, this year's FLIFF offers some winning dramas and documentaries
When in Rome...
In this Beijing, a Bicycle is never just a bicycle
Ennio Morricone has written great music for good, bad and ugly films
MoCA's latest collection of installations will literally bring you to your knees
If you don't agree with that Top 10, we give you a recount
"Paris 1860-1930: Birthplace of European Modernism"