Close to 1,000 former Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald staffers descended on One Herald Plaza Wednesday afternoon. Reporters. Advertising executives. Printing-press mechanics. Bookkeepers. Publishers. Janitors. They all came to pay their final respects to the place that has defined journalism in thi ... More >>
Maybe all those never-ending rainstorms that soaked South Beach through most of July have finally freaking disappeared. Or, maybe not, and August will be just as flooded by the Sunshine State's infamous summer showers. But one thing's certain: Whatever the weather, it's always cool and sweaty insi ... More >>
Wall Street and Washington conspire to destabilize the U.S. economy, one barrel of oil at a time.
When Dave Duerson committed suicide in a Sunny Isles condo in February 2011, the manner of his death was so shocking and tragic-- a bright and beloved former football star shooting himself in the chest to preserve his brain for concussion-related dementia testing-- that it seemed to signal the begin ... More >>
Miami New Times' Mastermind Awards honors the city's most inspiring creatives. This year, we received more than 150 submissions, which our staff narrowed to an elite group of 30. We'll be profiling our honorable mentions, and eventually the finalists, in the weeks to come. This year's three Mastermi ... More >>
At a news conference today, Boston University researchers announced that Dave Duerson, the former NFL player who committed suicide in Sunny Isles Beach and donated his brain for testing, was indeed afflicted with the brain trauma common in former players. Duerson, who won two Super Bowl rings i ... More >>
Photo by Bill Cooke Gerald PosnerIn this week's Miami New Times, we write about new evidence that Gerald Posner plagiarized dozens of passages in his 2003 book Why American Slept and in 2005's Secrets of the Kingdom. After the jump, you can check out all the proof. But first, a little back ... More >>
In Miami's jungle of condo towers, 16 people have jumped to their deaths.
Thousands of local schoolkids were taught a faulty lifesaving technique thanks to Manny Diaz.
For those left behind after the brutal murder of fourteen-year-old Jaime Gough, the emotional lockdown lingers
Once again, Microsoft is chasing Apple in the hipster hardware game. Will it make sweet music this time?
A rare interview with a young and hungry pre-stardom Phish
Raul Martinez is a product of Miami's dysfunctional police department, so how can he be expected to transform it?
Is something rotten in the state of your mouth? Kill halitosis with costly new technologies!
-- dry rush. No hazing. And you need to pull a permit to throw a decent party. It's enough to make a UM Greek hurl.
Thanks to executive order 12922, some Haitian students face the prospect of being kicked out of local colleges for failure to pay tuition
Scientist Brian LaPointe wants to tame the sugar barons, corner the cat food market, and solve the sewage problems of the Florida Keys