Yesterday, Riptide found what seemed to be a theme song for the newly christened Miami Marlins. Sadly, we've since learned the song is unofficial, a passionate fan ode to the reborn franchise -- which makes the music much more endearing, and also more confusing. Who the hell takes the time to write ... More >>
Newt Gingrich isn't the only portly revolutionary stirring up trouble while running for president. Hugo Chavez, the Fidel-worshiping steward of Venezuela's Bolivarian Revolution, has his own tough re-election fight on his hands at the moment.Instead of annoying robocalls, Hugo's supporters took a ... More >>
via You TubeMichael the Black Man rallies for Santorum on Sunday.After stinging losses in New Hampshire and South Carolina, Rick Santorum came to Florida this weekend hoping to reboot his push toward the White House. But the ex-senator may want to vette his opening acts a bit better: At a Coral S ... More >>
It's important to get regular doctor checkups to screen for possible health concerns, because all of us might not be so lucky to get shot in an Orlando-area motel room full of hookers. That's what happened to 45-year-old Dan D'Amato, and what originally seemed to be a near-death experience actual ... More >>
Krazy Locos 23-year-old leader Jonathan Gonzalez, sentenced to 135 years in prison yesterdaySouth Florida gangs are a ruthless and bloody bunch, whose names strike fear into the hearts of their enemies. Lately, however, those names have gone bilingual. And redundant.Six members of the Lake Worth- ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke calls out Miami City Commissioner Marc Sarnoff.Marc Sarnoff kills me. A couple weeks ago, the city commissioner represent ... More >>
Chief Miguel Exposito has another shooting in Liberty City to handle. City of Miami police have shot a suspect armed with a shotgun in Liberty City, leaving the man seriously wounded -- and giving Chief Miguel Exposito a new round of questions to answer about violence in the neighborhood.Update: ... More >>
America prepares to shutter the infamous prison camp, and jihad looms.
Indicted Miami Beach weapons dealer Efraim Diveroli is still making millions of dollars from the U.S. government.
Pastor Vincent Spann will save Liberty City's soul one addict at a time if he can stay out of jail.
Paul Brandreth didn't want to murder anybody. Or did he?
An epidemic of payback murder is wiping out a generation of inner-city youth
The kid produced a pocket knife and slashed his adversary on the arm
Killings and slum conditions are just the beginning
Sean Taylor's felony charges have wrecked several lives, not to mention his pro football career
I am a Nicaraguan by the grace of God
Kingpin dealer stakes grand claim on the hood
Who's packing heat in the Magic City? You don't have to conceal your curiosity a second longer
A Miami Film Fest documentary about Chile's Salvador Allende carries a contemporary message
TSA at MIA, KMAN's screed, and new rules for morons
Clove cigarettes and Italian slang
Brownsville resident Lorenzo Jones is waging a one-man war against the drug dealing across the street
A quick look at our amigos from Toronto to Tierra del Fuego
Unless Manny Diaz tops him, Dexter is the hottest candidate for the 2004 county race
Cournisha DeMonick's killing in North Miami recalls the slow pace of justice for Haitians
It's the end of the world as we know it, and we feel fine
The air might be a little hazy, but Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's voice is clear
Poking fun Miami-style
Where can terrorists find safe harbor? If you're of the Cuban exile variety, right here.
Miami-Dade cop William Oertwig has paid for refusing to issue traffic tickets
What's a poor automatic-weapons freak to do when his trigger finger gets itchy? Head out to the Dade County range, of course.
Residents of Allapattah have come to fear the boys who hang at 1024, And they have reason to
Put down the field glasses and close up the guidebooks. When Florida's top avian enthusiasts do battle, the feathers fly.
When federal prosecutors seek the death penalty in drug-related murders, the defendants are almost always black. Why should Miami's first "kingpin" case be any exception?
To Panama's incarcerated Maximum Leader, he is a link to the outside world. But who exactly is Rudolfo Castrell?