Still, through the playful sarcasm, and with the utmost sincerity, happy birthday, Miami Beach. May you celebrate 100 more. Let's just make sure your 200th birthday isn't underwater.
You've entered one of the most bizarre, multicultural, misunderstood, beautiful, fastest-growing, yet slowest, corrupt, confusing and craziest cities in the country.
I was confused. I had no idea what to do. It seemed insatiable and dangerous. There was no place for this in the life I'd built.
I loved the Latin-influenced culture, the vibe, the energy, the white and blue buildings erecting into the skyline, the Art Deco hotels, the food, the people -- I mean, I loved it. I had to go back. And so I did.
Located steps away from breathtaking views of Miami Beach on prestigious Millionaire's Row, and worlds away from daily woes, Eden Roc engulfs visitors in warmth, relaxation and well-deserved pampering.
The people of Miami do not want gambling in downtown. In 2011, the Genting Group, a $47 billion Malaysian corporation, bought the 14-acre Miami Herald...
Miami, FL -- If Tel Aviv is the Miami of the Middle East, it's clear why Israeli musician Idan Raichel felt so at home Thursday night on stage at the ...
Miami radio stations, please stop all the nip and tuck propaganda before I nip and tuck into another form of musical pleasure.
The 12th annual South Beach Wine & Food Festival wrapped up on Sunday after a truffle- and cocktail-fueled weekend of celebrity chef appearances, parties, tastings and seminars.
Taking a seat at the Coral Gables Country Club, surrounded by a sea of Miami's social set swanning about in its finest footwear, we realized luncheon season is back in full force.
We never did quite catch why February is National Sweet Potato Month, but, when the occasion lent itself to a full-on feast at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar honoring the Ipomoea batatas, we were not one to ask questions.
As is the case every year, it seemed as if the whole village came out Thursday night for the unveiling of this year's Coconut Grove Arts Festival poster art.
Miami needs to push back against any definition from the outside. We must re-define ourselves, for ourselves, by ourselves -- if not -- we allow ourselves to be defined by our past, our freaks and reprobates, and worst of all, to be defined by outsiders.
As 2012 came to a close, the city's holiday parties seemed to be as crazily, wonderfully fractured as Miami these days -- from an old-school dance party in gritty Wynwood to the requisite Ugly Sweater Party at Miami Beach's trendiest hotel du jour.
Every party, Art Basel has taught us, needs a live tiger and an alligator-head champagne fountain for décor. A good party is all about the theme, we say, and the weekend wrapping up Miami's most indulgent art week to date gave us plenty to take in.
Who knew that Calder did eye patches? This was one of the quirky gems we discovered at Vernissage, the holy grail of art parties, which opened the Miami Beach Convention Center's consortium of gallery offerings Wednesday night.