It's the tenth anniversary of Allstate Insurance's "Americas Best Drivers" list, and as usual, South Florida cities find themselves near the bottom. Of the 200 cities ranked, Miami has the 186th "best" drivers, or 15th worst. Meanwhile, Hialeah came in at 189th, or 12th worst. Both cities have fal ... More >>
Last month, Slate concluded that Miami has America's worst drivers, while Hialeah is third. Well, Allstate came out today with their own version of the list and while those Miami-Dade cities didn't do quite so bad, there's still nothing to be proud of. According to Allstate, Hialeah has America's ... More >>
If you ask any Miamian which city has the worst drivers, they'll say with absolutely no reservation and a strange mix of pride and disdain: "Miami. Duh." Of course, there's no agreed upon standard on how to determine the "worst" drivers. Several sites have tried. Forbes.com, for example, ranked Miam ... More >>
Wanna party like a BCS champ? On Monday evening, the 2013 Bowl Championship Series comes to Miami when the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Alabama Crimson Tide hit the gridiron at Sun Life Stadium to do battle for college football's 2013 national title. In the meantime, though, we all gotta get ... More >>
Oh. My. God. The Orange Bowl Committee just announced via press release that Luke Bryan is going to headline the Bud Light Championship Game Day Fan Zone outside of Sun Life Stadium before the BCS National Championship Game! We did it, Miami. The 348-member non-profit organization heard our cry ... More >>
Sometimes Miami shows up on city rankings in spots that sort of irk us. Other times our rankings are pleasantly surprising. And occasionally we get ranked in a spot that makes us think, Yeah, that is totally accurate.So, we're not exactly surprised that not one, but two Miami-Dade cities sit in the ... More >>
In today's news roundup: Mayor Carlos Alvarez is not going to take Norman Braman's recall efforts lightly, UM students react to Tyler Clemente's suicide, a man is shot on the Palmetto, a worker is shocked on South Beach, and the Marlins have gone to the dogs.
Local The city's preservation board unanimously decided the Bacardi buildings are worthy of historic status. [Herald] FIU's journalism school gets accreditation, just in time for the death of journalism as we know it. [Herald] Two local schools that were close due to swine flu have reope ... More >>
(Photo via Smash Mouth's MySpace page.)If a band exists solely to keep the party going -- as California's Smash Mouth clearly does -- it makes perfect sense to catch that band in a tailgate-party setting before a huge football game. For this appearance, Smash Mouth takes a detour from its usual casi ... More >>
Car lovers find a new flame in Burnout Paradise.
A young beauty goes for a cruise and things gets weird
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A Miami cop and a Morningside resident differ about who's to blame for the death of a pet