David Llama Lopez, 46, has been arrested and is being held without bond as police investigate a scheme in which he allegedly tried to sell girls who attended North Miami High School into sex slav... More >>
There will always be a place for the brand of vulnerable indie-folk Seattle's The Head and the Heart have been perfecting since 2009. A year later, the band is still riding the high on the succe... More >>
Being a woman is not easy. The once-blistering open spores from your five-inch McQueen's have forever left an emblazoned mark on your right ankle. That grueling hour you spend straightening your u... More >>
On a recent trip to St. Augustine, I bought some fresh datil peppers at a local market. A cousin of the habanero, the datil starts out sweet and fruity -- and then goes in for the kill with its ... More >>
Miami Beach may have found its new police chief. CBS Miami confirms that current Aurora, Colorado, police chief Dan Oates has been selected by city manager Jimmy Morales to take over for retiring ... More >>
The genre of dystopian fiction and film has been around forever, and it sure isn't stopping. Recent years have shown an abundance, and they've come in all kinds of forms; from adaptations of youn... More >>
"Don't leave your flags at home!"
That's an important tip from the Best of the Best folks.
'Cause this year's Memorial Day Weekend concert in Miami is a "100% Caribbean show," just like the ... More >>
Today is World Book and Copyright Day. While you may have never heard of it, it was first organized and celebrated by UNESCO in 1995. The date April 23 was selected to coincide with a Spanish fes... More >>
Vico Confino is a husky 81-year-old hell-raiser with a thick Brooklyn accent and an outsized presence -- slicked-back thin white hair, piercing blue eyes, leathery South Florida skin -- that see... More >>
On a recent weekend trip to Grand Cayman, I was pleasantly surprised to notice how many restaurants participate in the slow food movement. Even on an island that's not known for its lush, rainfo... More >>
You survived Easter, and perhaps your bellyache from too much discount candy has subsided. Now you're going through a Peeps withdrawal and need something soft and sweet with a spike of alcohol t... More >>
Shaping Miami into the artistic hub that it's become couldn't have been done without the steady, decades-long priming by The Performing Arts Network (PAN) in North Miami.
PAN's founders have been... More >>
The White Hot Heat is back. Whether you're a diehard fan who never misses a game or the kind who digs your number 6 jersey out of the back of your closet when playoffs roll around, it's always fu... More >>
According to the T-shirts on display at Ultra this year, many concertgoers were looking for someone named "molly."
Apparently, it wasn't very difficult to find her. Miami Police arrested 20 peop... More >>
What's better than watching the Miami Heat battle for its third consecutive NBA title? Sharing that experience with Heat fans just as passionate about the team as you, while at the same time gett... More >>
Daniel Armando is a director and art director best known for Boys Like You (2011). His MGLFF debut, What it Was, tells the story of Adina, a successful Latina actress who returns to New York aft... More >>
Miami may be the site of the first part of Hillary Clinton's coronation ...or as it's officially known, the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
After local leaders officially let the DNC know t... More >>
Set aside for a moment any preconceived notions you may have about the French arts and culture. Toss out the idea of the beret with a striped shirt and a baguette stuck underneath an arm. So muc... More >>
In last summer's Michael Bay movie Pain & Gain, bodybuilders portrayed by Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson conspire to kidnap and extort a random rich prick named Victor Kershaw (played by Tony Sh... More >>
The Pentagon is more concerned with enforcing a racist policy aimed at African-American female military personnel than addressing the Army's suicide epidemic among soldiers.
Earlier this month, the Army banned hairstyles… More >>
Library of Conflict
Where's the reporting?: So you're letting a former librarian throw a hearsay attack at the library director ("Throwing the Book," Trevor Bach, April 10), accusing him of all… More >>
Inside the Colonial-style monolith that houses Beggs & Lane, Pensacola's oldest law firm, sits Sonya Dobbs, a thin-lipped paralegal from Birmingham, Alabama, with a button nose and long black hair.… More >>