A rare bluefin tuna was sold in Japan for a record-breaking (and mind-boggling) $155.4 million yen (about $1.79 million U.S. dollars) this weekend at an auction held at Tokyo's famous Tsukiji fish market. According to Business Insider, the giant 489-pound tuna was caught off northeastern Japan befor ... More >>
Yeah, yeah, we all know the Fox News Channel is hardly an accurate or impartial news source and is practically an official wing of the Republican Party (or is the GOP a wing of Fox News? Who knows anymore), but rarely is one of their employees so blatant about it as Dick Morris. The former Clinto ... More >>
The last photo of Wacko Jacko alive.Just in case the whole, two-and-a-half year soap opera following Michael Jackson's death wasn't already packed with enough cheap intrigue and tabloid tawdriness (e.g. nude postmortem photos, that creepy Cirque du Soleil tribute, the Conrad Murray manslaughter t ... More >>
Earlier in the week, Crossfade reported on the new Hova-slash-Yeezy collabo "Otis" and how the track totally misses the point of the original Otis Redding song it samples. Put simply, this pair of premiere rap man-baby millionaires has, quite predictably, substituted soul for swag. Well, MTV d ... More >>
Miami-Dade CorrectionsAs you read this, Miami-Dade cops are making another arrest in relation to the rampant horse killings that have made headlines for the last year. Agriculture Crimes detective Mario Fernandez, a lead investigator of the phenomenon, tells Riptide that the squirrelly fellow on ... More >>
Doggies take to the District rather than SoBe.
Dont be a boob come out and support the girls.
And it feels so good.
Check out a fruity celebration in Key West
Taking your money in the name of charity
See and celebrate stellar student dancers
Its another Food and Wine Festival!
Local heroes hit the diamond
Bling in the season for a reason
Caught in the act of being cute
Dining by Design
Luggage isn't the only thing that gets lost at Miami's bustling airport. There's Volvos and Hondas and Fords -- oh, my!
Fairchild Garden nature lovers couldn't refuse Paloma Picasso's donation. What the heck, it was dead already.