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  • Photographer Josh Aronson's <i>Tropicana</i> Shows Miami Youth in a Colorful Light
    February 13 at 3:14 p.m.

    Photographer Josh Aronson spent a year capturing young artists and activists against South Florida's colorful backdrop for his self-published photobook Tropicana. "I was interested in depicting Florida life in nature and really kind of creating a…

  • Drone Photos Capture Miami's Empty Streets From High Above
    February 13 at 2:37 p.m.

    While driving around the city delivering orders for Uber Eats, photographer Gilbert Gonzalez has used his drone to document the vast emptiness of Miami's streets as residents observe the stay-at-home order during the coronavirus pandemic. Read the…

  • The Queer People of Wigwood 2020
    February 13 at 1:41 p.m. by Karli Evans

    An invasive species of queer creatures invaded Miami for the fourth-annual Wigwood Festival. Starting at Club Space on Friday night, February 7, and finishing up at Gramps Wynwood on Saturday, February 8, this year's lineup featured an eclectic mix…

  • The Puppies of Wienerfest 2019
    January 28 at 2:55 p.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    Dachshunds and the people who love them gathered at T.Y. Park in Hollywood for Wienerfest, hosted by Dachshund Rescue South Florida, on Saturday, January 26. Even the rain couldn't dampen the celebration of all the dachshunds, as the pooches showed…

  • The People of the South Florida Tattoo Expo 2018
    August 13 at 8:26 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    The South Florida Tattoo Expo returned to the Coral Springs Marriott with more than just permanent body art — body modifications, live music, and burlesque were also on the agenda. Morgan La Rue & the Shimmy Shake Revue tantalized with a…

  • The Fans of Tortuga Music Festival 2017
    April 10 at 12:53 p.m. by James Argyropoulos

    Tortuga Music Festival celebrated its fifth year April 7 through 9 with some of the biggest names in country music. Here are the faces of the fans from the three-day festival on Fort Lauderdale Beach courtesy of James Argyropoulos. See also: The…

  • The Faces of the 2017 Florida Renaissance Festival
    February 14 at 7 a.m. by Kristin Bjornsen

    Hear ye, hear ye: the Florida Renaissance Festival is back at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach for its 25th anniversary. From shirtless pirates to toothless fairies, here are our favorite faces from the opening weekend of RenFest, which runs…

  • Sithmas 2016 Burlesque Show at Revolution Live (NSFW)
    December 27 at 10 a.m. by Carina Mask

    Revolution Live hosted the fourth-annual Sithmas party on Friday, December 23, adding some sex appeal to the Star Wars saga. Performers — including Morgan La Rue, and Val Vampyre — brought the best in South Florida burlesque to the stage, and…

  • Scenes from FAT Village Art Walk November 2016
    November 28 at 9:15 a.m. by Carina Mask

    FAT Village once again drew crowds of people to downtown Fort Lauderdale for another edition of its monthly art walk. Here are the faces and artwork from the November 2016 edition from photographer Carina Mask.

  • Fort Lauderdale Celebrates the Day of the Dead 2016
    November 3 at 7 a.m. by Carina Mask

    South Florida's largest Day of the Dead Celebration took place at Huizenga Plaza on Wednesday, November 2.  The skeleton processional was led by a mariachi band as the sun set over Fort Lauderdale's Riverwalk.

  • The Dog Costumes of Barktoberfest 2016
    October 31 at 9:50 a.m. by Carina Mask

    The 15th Annual Barktoberfest was held at Funky Buddha Brewery in Oakland Park on October 30.  Tons of puppies and their humans showed up for live music, doggy frisbee, costume contests and of course beer. Here are the highlights from photographer…

  • Fort Lauderdale Zombie Walk 2016 at Revolution Live
    October 31 at 7 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    The sixth-annual Zombie Walk crawled into Revolution Live on Friday, October 28. Locals in their wildest zombie outfits walked around downtown Fort Lauderdale scaring passersby. This year marked another great turnout, and photographer Michele Eve…

  • Halloween Arrives Early on Himmarshee in Downtown Fort Lauderdale
    October 24 at 7:30 a.m. by Carina Mask

    Halloween arrived early on Himmarshee on Saturday, October 22, with crowds packing the downtown Fort Lauderdale hotspot for events like the Corona Electric Beach party featuring Chus + Ceballos, Bar Crawl Nation's Halloween-themed event, GTA at…

  • Lantern Festival 2016 at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
    October 17 at 8:19 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    Morikami Museum And Japanese Gardens held its annual Fall Lantern Festival on Saturday, October 15. There were plenty of family-friendly activities including traditional folk dancing, a crafts fair, taiko drumming performances as well as lantern…

  • Behind the Scenes at Enigma Haunt in Boca Raton
    October 17 at 7 a.m. by Carina Mask

    Enigma Haunt is one of the scariest haunted house attractions in South Florida, with more than 80 characters lurking in the dark corners the property.  Returning for it's fifth year, it's sure to terrify even the bravest souls. Photographer Carina…

  • Stitch Rock Arts &amp; Crafts Fair 2016 at Old School Square
    October 3 at 9:33 a.m. by Christina Mendenhall

    The tenth-annual Stitch Rock Arts & Crafts fair was held on Saturday, October 1, at the Old School Square in Delray Beach.  This year's DIY-craft event featured everything from handmade pillows and metal work to yummy treats.

  • Dogs Paddle Out for a Cause on Fort Lauderdale Beach
    September 26 at 8:55 a.m. by Carina Mask

    Dogs and their owners gathered at the dog beach at Sunrise Boulevard and A1A for a paddle boarding and surf competition on Saturday, September 24. Tons of pooches turned out to hang twenty. Proceeds from the event benefitted Canine Companions for…

  • The People of Animate! Florida in Fort Lauderdale
    September 19 at 8:50 a.m. by Monica McGivern

    Organized by the team behind Miami's Supercon, Animate! Florida brought cosplay and anime fans from all over to the Ft. Lauderdale Convention Center for three days of all things anime. The weekend convention featured some of the industry's top…

  • Outtakes From <i>New Times</i>' Florida Recount Cover
    September 13 at 12 p.m.

    This week’s feature focuses on Florida’s 2000 election recount, one of the most contentious moments of our nation’s 240-year history. For the cover, we put illustrator Pete Ryan up to the task of turning our feelings on the chaos of Bush v. Gore

  • The People of FAT Village Art Walk August 2016
    August 29 at 8:40 a.m. by Christina Mendenhall

    FAT Village once again drew crowds of people not afraid of a little rain to downtown Fort Lauderdale for another edition of its monthly art walk. Here are the faces from the August 2016 edition. Photography by Christina Mendenhall


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