Steroids, Scams and Scheming Prostitutes: Miami News Times Most-Read Features of 2014
From a ladykilling Instagram star to a scheming band of prostitutes to investigations into a broken VA hospital and an abusive center for teens, it's been a helluva year for longform story-telling at Miami New Times.
Here were our most-read tales in 2014:
Senior writer Michael E. Miller's two-part investigation found widespread failures in Miami's Veterans Affairs hospitals that lead to the suicide of a local Iraq War veteran.
This excerpt from "Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis and the Quest to End Baseball's Steroid Era" -- a book on the scandal by Managing Editor Tim Elfrink and former New Times writer Gus Garcia-Roberts -- traced the long trail of steroid abuse at UM.
photo by Stian Roening
Wilkerson rocketed to fame as the preacher who married Kim and Kanye, but the Miami Gardens holy man has long been a locally controversial figure for his extreme stunts in the name of God.Next Page
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