The Ponzi scheme epidemic of 2008 kicked off with part-time Palm Beach resident Bernie Madoff, and then hit Florida much harder than most states. That's the consensus of a new Forbes analysis, which found that Florida was second in total number of dollars lost to Ponzis, trailing only New York, and ... More >>
Gaston E. Cantens, a former advisory board member for Belen Jesuit Preparatory School who used his prominence in Miami's Cuban-American community to target the elderly, has been sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to running a $135 million Ponzi scheme.
At first glance, the name of a theme party causes New Times to do a double take.All White All Night, reads the flyer for a February 4 party held at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School's gym. Considering the Roman Catholic educational institution for boys caters to a predominantly fair-skinned Cuban-A ... More >>
The Republican brothers are headed for defeat, and Cuban-American politics will change forever.
Politics helped propel college dropout Carlos Manrique to the top of the educational ladder.
Haters and lawsuits threaten Miami's infamous celebrity gossip export.
Justice in Motion minivan comes to the State Attorney’s Office
Perez Hilton has the last laugh; trendoids love art and couture
Top Cop Talks Shop: Yes, we've emerged from the dark ages, but can't we just skip over that part?
Miriam Alonso may be under criminal investigation but that hasn't distracted her from creating her own city
Miami mayoral candidate Manny Diaz may look like an outsider, but his political history places him squarely on the inside
If you want to know where many of Miami's social and political elite got their start, check the playgrounds at Belén
Miami's slummiest oceanfront neighborhood could be the next big thing. It could also turn into the next condo canyon.
Ride a golf cart through the Glades. Carry a shotgun. Fire at clay pigeons. Ahhh, the life of the leisure class!
He's young. He's politically naive. He's Miami's newest commissioner, Joe Sanchez.
Miami city manager Cesar Odio loves to hand out taxpayer money to his friends. It's not under the table, but it is under the radar.