C. StilesJerry Powers (right) with fashion designer Calvin Klein (center) and Jason BinnOld habits die hard, it seems. Between 1977 and 1984, Ocean Drive founder and current Plum TV exec Jerry Powers was sued 13 times for money owed."I was dependent on drugs when I did those things," he told N ... More >>
One of Paul Huizenga's Art Basel entries.About two years ago, food trucks began appearing in Miami almost as if by magic. Then, like rabbits, they started to multiply. But did anyone stop to think what went on in the lives of food truck owners before they started servin ... More >>
Weezy F. Baby needs E.F. HuttonAs
the tax season draws to a close this week, some of our more
recognizable citizens are probably wondering if Uncle Sam will catch
them cheating on their taxes again. Take Lil Wayne, who was just
popped by the Internal Revenue Service for not paying his fair share
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A petition filed this past September 10 with the state Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering shows the owners of Magic City Casino are serious about expanding their gambling operation beyond Flagler Street. The document asks division officials if Magic City's owners can build a new facility for inter- ... More >>
A Miami native nicknamed "The Grinder" won the biggest trophy in professional poker early this morning, outlasting a Russian pro in a marathon 14-hour battle at the Poker Player's Championship at the World Series of Poker.
photo by flipchip, via Wikimedia Commons
North Miami Beach native Mich ... More >>
This guy seemed appropriate. "It's free money from the government!!"We have no idea how a tax refund works. All we know is Uncle Sam is a greedy bastard all but one day of the year, when he sends us a fat check with no strings attached. What a nasty little sycophant.
That government check ... More >>
Two Miami Beach men who used to work at Lehman Brothers are being charged with insider trading. [Herald]Attorney General Bill McCollum would very much like to see the Seminole Tribe stop offering blackjack and other illegal card games at their casinos. [SunSent]60% of Floridians view Jeb Bush favora ... More >>