U.S. Marshals are holding an auction out in Opa-locka today of cars seized from various convicted drug dealers through out South Florida. About 50 vehicles are up for grabs, including antiques, muscles cars, and Italian sports cars. Riptide has browsed through the inventory and picked our 10 favorit ... More >>
Long before cable television and the thousands of programming choices that we now have, television was born in the late 1920s. Its primary function was (and it may surprise some) and still is to serve as a means of communication during emergencies. That's why we have those pesky emergency drills. ... More >>
Coca-ColaThe Coke bears are back in time for the big game.Can Super Bowl Sunday be the only day of the year in which we actually look forward to commercials? Each year, advertisers fall all over themselves trying to top each other for ratings, consumer approval and a coveted Clio award. Adv ... More >>
Where will he suck next? For a few years, I've harbored a strange obsession with Major League journeyman reliever Jorge Julio. Not because he's very good, mind you. In fact, the current Milwaukee Brewer is one of the most consistently awful players to make a big-league roster every year. His ... More >>
via www.citizencope.comClarence Greenwood is everywhere and nowhere. Turn on the television or go to the movie theater, and you're certain to hear his driving choruses or melodic refrains leit motifing all kinds of popular culture (see Entourage, Teton Gravity Research, Acura commercials, and others ... More >>
To hell with the economy! South Florida's lawless exotic rental car industry keeps rolling.
A prison stay and bankruptcy can't keep him down.
New Times salutes Miami's finest fisticuffs of the past year
A strong Latin lineup plays the park
DJ Ursula 1000 swings home triumphant
Welcome to the deadly, thrilling world of drag racing, Miami style. It's all about speed.
Luggage isn't the only thing that gets lost at Miami's bustling airport. There's Volvos and Hondas and Fords -- oh, my!
Manuel Duasso has achieved a semblance of normality in the decade since he was blinded. The same can't be said of his assailant.