Manuel Noriega: former Panamanian dictator, former decades-long resident of Miami-Dade's Federal Correctional Institute, unwilling video game star. Yes, Noriega was featured as a character in Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops II, and now he's suing the video game makers from his Panamanian jail ... More >>
As another season begins, MLB faces an unsustainable future — and you're picking up the tab.
Thank God for Chad Johnson. Last night, the "Look At Me" wide receiver was the star of the first episode of Hard Knocks: Training Camp With The Miami Dolphins on HBO. You get the feeling the Dolphins brain trust of General Manager Jeff Ireland and Head Coach Joe Philbin picked up the boisterous play ... More >>
Unknwn, the Aventura Mall shop owned by LeBron James and friends, just debuted online shopping on their website, and to celebrate the store teamed up with street fashion's Dr. Frankenstein-like couturier Dr. Romanelli for a limited edition collection of some, uh, really, really interesting LeBron je ... More >>
There's one hitch in Fidel Castro's plan to lug the Cuban economy closer to capitalism by laying off 500,000 state workers so they can start private businesses: None of these people have ever paid taxes before.So how to teach a new generation of Cubans that government tithes come hand-in-hand wit ... More >>
via Call of Duty: Black OpsWant to kill Fidel Castro? Think you've got what it takes to gun down the guy who's survived almost 700 assassination attempts, from exploding cigars to fungus-infested wetsuits to handgun wielding psychos? Now's your chance thanks to the new entry in the Call of D ... More >>
via realclearsports.comLeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh. Triple word score. The Miami Heat are gonna have Biscayne Boulevard locked up bumper to bumper. The Metrorail, bus, and Metromover are gonna be packed like sardine cans, the parking lot bums are gonna get paid better than we do, and th ... More >>
Rick Ross's homie, Maybach Music's Carol City Cartel member Gunplay a.k.a. Don Logan, takes his name seriously. Just watch this new Dre Films video production to confirm the dude's firepower, which includes "two Kalashnikov AK-47s, one with a 100-pound drum and red beam, the other with the fli ... More >>
Its all about the 360, baby.
Call of Duty 4 hits maybe a little too close to home.
It's just the only standout in an otherwise shameful launch