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    Listen to the Miami Heat's Juwan Howard Rapping Alongside Rick Ross and Trina

    The album Full Court Press Vol. 1 (which, oh boy, hopefully means there will be a Vol. 2) will featured 14 NBA stars, or "stars" rather. Lamar Odom and Carlos Boozer, among others, also appear. On the tracks they'll be paired with rappers like Snoop...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Kyle Munzenrieder on September 4, 2012 @ 1:48 pm
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    Todd "Legitimate Rape" Akin Is Comparing Himself to Marco Rubio In Campaign Ads

    Akin's latest ads make some odd comparison's to the Crist-Rubio race. Charlie Crist was once a sure-bet, GOP-backed pick for U.S. Senate, until a superstar dark horse named Marco Rubio came along. Todd Akin was once a sure-bet, GOP-backed pick fo...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Tim Elfrink on September 4, 2012 @ 9:50 am
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    Miami-Dade Police Ask FAA To Renew Drone License For Another Year

    A year and a half ago, MDPD received two T-Hawk drones -- cousins of the ones patrolling the skies over Afghanistan -- as part of a Department of Justice grant. It was the first large metro force in the nation to get these metallic eyes in the sky, a...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Jon Tayler on September 4, 2012 @ 9:11 am
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    DNC 2012: Three Lessons Democrats Can Learn From Republicans' Florida Fiasco

    For the first time in decades, all of America can finally agree on something: Clint Eastwood has gone completely batshit insane. This was the real legacy of last week's Republican National Convention in Tampa, where the 82-year-old actor pretended to...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Michael E. Miller on September 4, 2012 @ 9:00 am
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    Griselda Blanco, Miami's Cocaine Queen, Assassinated In Medellin Butcher Shop

    Earlier today, a motorcycle-riding assassin pumped two bullets into the head of Griselda Blanco inside a Medellin, Colombia, butcher shop; ending the life of the queen of Miami's violent Cocaine Cowboys era. It was a bloody cinematic ending for the 6...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Francisco Alvarado on September 4, 2012 @ 12:43 am
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    New Times' Five Best RNC 2012 Videos: High-Fives, Welsh Cake, and the H-Word

    We asked the tough questions. All last week, New Times' own Jacob Katel and Victor Gonzalez dove headfirst into the $75 million dollar lake of fire that was the Republican National Convention in Tampa, all so they could ask the tough questions th...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Miami New Times Staff on September 3, 2012 @ 11:54 am
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    RNC Madness: Scenes From a Week Among the GOP Faithful in Tampa

    Amid the sound, fury, and heated arguments between 82-year-old actors and empty chairs at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, I stopped briefly to listen to Mommy Lobby President Cindy Chafian argue with a French blogger. "All I'm saying ...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Victor Gonzalez on September 3, 2012 @ 9:00 am
  • Miami People 2012 - Slide show: Miami People 2012


    Miami People 2012 - Slide show: Miami People 2012

    For the third year in a row, Miami New Times has dedicated a full issue to celebrating the Magic City's brilliant thinkers, subversive street artists, and genre-exploding musicians. Taken as a whole, their stories -- told through photos and intervie...

    by New Times staff on November 22, 2012
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    Adriana de Moura: High-Flying Housewife

    On a very steamy summer day, a photo shoot in the heart of the Magic City is being prepared. Stylists are steaming racks of couture ensembles, makeup artists are cleaning their brushes, and hairstylists are ensuring curling irons are ready. All is i...

    by Stacey Russell on November 22, 2012
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    Ruben Ubiera: King of the Walls

    Look at Ruben Ubiera's Wynwood murals and you'll feel like you're in an urban jungle -- literally. The 36-year-old artist's signature subject is a giant gorilla appearing in many forms: enraged, contemplative in a pair of eyeglasses, and even dainty...

    by Ciara LaVelle on November 22, 2012
  • Carl Hiaasen: Bard of Corruption


    Carl Hiaasen: Bard of Corruption

    As a sharp-tongued 27-year columnist for the Miami Herald and the author of nearly two dozen novels rife with South Floridia socialites, lowlifes, and profiteers, Carl Hiaasen has become the de facto chronicler-in-chief of this twisted subtropical E...

    by S. Pajot on November 22, 2012
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    Belkys Nerey: Anchoring Miami

    We always hear it's best to "be yourself," but what does that actually mean? In the case of WSVN weeknight anchor Belkys Nerey, it means ditching the format's usual puffed-up hair and grim banter to be one of the most memorable people on local TV. ...

    by Stefan Kamph on November 22, 2012
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    Julian Consuegra: Punk Rock by Design

    Miami's underground fashion scene may be small, but it has proven more than capable of producing world-class creatives. Take 24-year-old Julian Consuegra, a Miami Lakes native who has found success by paying homage to South Florida through clothe...

    by Jose D. Duran on November 22, 2012
  • Paige McPherson: She's McFierce


    Paige McPherson: She's McFierce

    There's a 22-year-old South Dakota native on the loose in South Beach, and she likes to pick fights. She goes by "McFierce." Paige McPherson isn't some crazed bar brawler, though; in the tae kwon do arena, she's one of the world's best, wreaking ...

    by Alex Rodriguez on November 22, 2012
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    Joseph Adler: Stage Maestro

    Before GableStage's renaissance, Miami's theater scene was often derided as a clichd assortment of Fiddler on the Roof fans and blue-haired condo dwellers. But when Joseph Adler took over the Biltmore Hotel's intimate venue 15 years ago, he help...

    by Hannah Sentenac on November 22, 2012
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    Emi Guerra: Gift of Gab

    These days, Miami's party scene is a contender for top spot worldwide. From Ultra Music Festival to Winter Music Conference and from the Electric Pickle to Treehouse, there are impressive events and venues in the 305. Right in the thick of things...

    by Hannah Sentenac on November 22, 2012
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    LaTrice Royale: Drag Royalty

    With a full wig and high heels, she towers close to seven feet tall. She unapologetically flaunts her buxom frame, often draped in bright, curve-hugging outfits. Yet by far the biggest thing about LaTrice Royale is her spirit. On the most recent ...

    by Kyle Munzenrieder on November 22, 2012
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    Lourdes Lopez: Homecoming Dancer

    Lourdes Lopez received a call this past Labor Day weekend asking her to come into work early. Eight months early, to be precise. As the newly appointed artistic director of Miami City Ballet, she expected to start work in May 2013. That would hav...

    by John Thomason on November 22, 2012
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    Afrobeta: Perfect Pair

    Afrobeta's magnetic force and upbeat songs dare you not to dance. The duo has a look, feel, and sound that captures the energy of a midsummer Miami rave on the sand. Cuci Amador belts out tropical lyrics while Tony Smurphio mixes dance tracks beh...

    by Liz Tracy on November 22, 2012
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    Rosie Herrera: Dancing Queen

    Donning bright-blue frames, a loose-fitting dress, and not a stitch of makeup, Rosie Herrera glides into Starbucks like a beam of light. Once seated, she fidgets in her cushy chair, stretching her legs and moving her limbs. When emphasizing a point,...

    by Hannah Sentenac on November 22, 2012
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