People already want to know how the Miami Heat will go from "Re-Heat" to "Three-Heat," something only three teams (L.A., Boston, and Chicago) have done. How will they keep the motivation at the same level it's been during the past three seasons? How do they circumvent salary cap restrictions enough ... More >>
Although we may have been spared the Mayan apocalypse, this Saturday night will mark the end of the world for Crescendos Piano Bar. The news of the closure of the Lincoln Road lounge located at the Ritz-Carlton came as unexpected as the fifty-degree weather that we woke up to this morning. "We got ... More >>
Jai Mazumddar earned a master's degree in finance from the University of Florida in 2002. He spent more than half decade crunching numbers, mostly as a stockbroker for Continental Securities, which the Securities and Exchange Commission shut down, and later as a financial analyst for a real estate c ... More >>
An American Airlines plane that took off from Fort Lauderdale is headed for Miami International Airport with cabin pressure problems, NBC reports. The flight took off at 9:15 a.m., but still hadn't arrived at 10:20. There are 147 people aboard.Five people were hospitalized yesterday after severe tur ... More >>
After three months of interior renovations, The Oceanaire Seafood Room at Mary Brickell Village has converted the glamour of an old cruise liner into a more modern, sleeker look. No longer will it feel like stepping into the ball room of the Titanic.Upon entering, the ambiance of Aruba blue and s ... More >>
Marta Xochilt PerezBig pimp Ricky Rozay flashes some deep V.Rick Ross and Raekwon With Thee Tom Hardy, Phil Adé, DJ Keen One, and DJ Money Mekka Saturday, October 23, 2010 Better than: Ten cargo containers full of fake shit. At precisely 8 p.m. on Saturday night, international swag smuggling o ... More >>
Amidst the depressing BP disaster, here's a happy story about something dumped into the ocean and washing up on Florida's shores.Dick de Bruin, a sergeant in the Royal Dutch Navy, was stationed in the Dutch territory of Aruba and seven months ago was salvaging an anchor from an a American WWII sh ... More >>
Robert Platshorn was the first big bust of the War on Drugs. Almost 30 years later, he's free and talking.
Sports geeks set sail on the Aquasino
Special forces. National ad campaigns. Watching the backs of the big guys. Meet this Eastern European hunk
The Americanization of the telenovela: in Spanish, in Miami
Art Miami is kickin it with international flair
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Jackson Memorial Hospital's foreign patients owe the county more than $85 million
A Venezuelan cook makes the sweet stuff stick to your dinner
Sitting in the Caribbean is possibly the best assortment of cuisines anywhere in the world
Gil's Café could steady Miami's Brazilian scene
When our intrepid reporter moved into a house on the wrong side of the tracks, the ghetto came knocking, night after night
When infamous drug smugglers Falcon and Magluta won the first round, prosecutors vowed revenge. This time it's personal.
The Tropicana's Thursday-night blackjack tournament floats local gamblers' boat
When do five cards mean millions of dollars? When you're playing in the World Series of Poker. Just ask one of the year's finalists, North Miami Beach's John Spadavecchia.
So you want to swim with the dolphins? Be prepared for two things: An argument from activists and a chance that the dolphins will make contact -- serious contact.