This week's New Times cover contains a haunting image of a human hand reaching out of the rubble of Port-au-Prince. Inside, we've rendered a photo essay by Michael McElroy, who also described what he saw during the week he spent in Haiti.
At $375, the raffle tickets at Abracadabra run a bit pricey. But as Michael Mills tells it, this Hollywood Art and Culture Center raffle has an ingenious concept that guarantees an art lover will get a piece he or she adores.
Rock 'N Roll Ribs in Coral Springs has authentic backyard barbecue ambiance, much to the satisfaction of New Times food critic John Linn and a group of friends who were curious about how an Iron Maiden drummer would play on a plate.
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In theater, Erica Landau marvels at how an Oprah-quoting car dealer could have such a thirst for vengeance, as in Israel Horovitz's Sins of the Mother.