It's the playoffs. Three-peat. LeBronmania. Whatever: For horndog Miamians, the Heat games are also, apparently, the perfect opportunity to ask strangers to watch basketball. Or, you know, "watch basketball." On Craigslist, more than 30 posts from the past couple of weeks specifically mention Heat ... More >>
A 19-year-old man from Sunrise has been arrested for catfishing local men, luring them to his apartment and relieving them of valuables. Police charged Glenford Williams with three felony counts of armed robbery on Tuesday. Using the name "Diana," Williams allegedly used the social site Moco Space t ... More >>
It can sometimes be hard to find Mark Gibson -- the pastor-turned-grillmaster and owner of Ribs-2-Go catering -- among the swarm of candy colored food trucks rolling around Wynwood. It's easy, however, to smell him. He's not on Twitter nor did he even want to be mentioned by name when, with Labor D ... More >>
Between Burmese pythons and giant African land snails, South Florida already has enough invasive species to worry about, but now officials have detected a new alien threat popping up in our region: the Nasutitermes corniger termite. These mites are meaner and more threatening then the domestic termi ... More >>
Oneal Morris continues to maintain that she "really is innocent or whatever." After turning herself in on new charges filed in Broward County, the alleged "Fix-a-flat" butt doctor sent a written plea of not guilty to a Broward judge this morning.
Oneal Ron Morris, the unlicensed "doctor" arrested last year after allegedly injecting substances like caulk and fix-a-flat tire sealant into the rear end of a patient, has been arrested again. Morris turned herself into to Broward Sheriff's Deputies yesterday on new charges of practicing medicin ... More >>
Lemon Man Let the Lemon Man cool you off with his famous frozen lemonade.If you're from the Northeast, you're probably familiar with Del's Frozen Lemonade. Del's began serving frozen lemonade in Rhode Island in 1948, but the recipe dates back to 1840 in Naples, Italy. Del's Frozen Lemonade ... More >>
In 2009, Miami-Dade Police arrested Randy Jerome Pozdol after they found video of him sexually assaulting a woman and two children who all appeared to have been drugged and unconscious. However, as the investigation continued, police discovered that the woman in the video had died of a drug overd ... More >>
There is a new must-have accessory for villains and T-Pain alike. It looks like a Rocketeer-esque jet pack, but instead of flames, it's propelled by two powerful streams of water. The Jetlev R200, as it's called, sends the wearer three stories into the air at 22 mph. You can do flips off boat ... More >>
Just a year after the BP oil disaster in the Gulf and just in time for Earth Day there are reports of oil washing up on the beach at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park in Key Biscayne. Oil has also been spotted on the shores of John U. Lloyd Beach State Park in Dania Beach.
Have Miami-Dade and Broward police solved the hide-and-seek storage container murder mystery?For the past month, body parts have been piling up around Miami-Dade and Broward counties like extra pounds on Kim Kardashian come Christmas time.First there was the human stew discovered in a bucket behi ... More >>
In a nice break from Britto-mobiles and Stephen Gamson Lambos, electric car makers Tesla have unveiled a car collaboration with an artist that doesn't offend our sensibilities. They commissioned painter Laurence Gartel to design a costume wrap for their Roadster model.
So it turns out hosting a wet jockeys contest doesn't make you bad at your job. Ray Fetcho, the South Florida nurse and erstwhile drag queen who was fired from his job earlier this month, has been given his scrubs back.via SFGNFetcho, who we blogged about before, used to moonlight as a crimson-co ... More >>
Photo by JipsyNastie flanked by TM Sisters.Click here to view a full slideshow of photos from the event.Aiden Dillard's Death Print Movie PremiereThe Colony Theater, Miami BeachAfterparty at the Vagabond, MiamiSaturday, August 7, 2009Better Than: Whatever the leathery South Beach cliches at Segafred ... More >>
Ply her with aphrodisiacs all night, and you've got it made, right? This week in New Times, Robb Walsh dispenses pearls of wisdom on the world's favorite bivalve here. And below, a plan to spend your V-Day shelling out:Sage Bistro and Oyster Bar 2000 Harrison St,, Hollywood, 954-391-9466 This sw ... More >>
About 20-some-odd years after the fact, Dania Beach alt.country.punk.roots pioneer, Charlie Pickett, is finally getting some of the props in mainstream media that he deserves. South Florida natives and music nerds that are in the know have been clocking this guy's career since the late 1970s when he ... More >>
To hell with the economy! South Florida's lawless exotic rental car industry keeps rolling.
The Herald just straight up said the long early voting lines are State Republican's fault. [Herald] Gawker says "nutty conservative weather-obsessed Miami queen blogger" Matt Drudge is soooooo over. Gawker itself has been called sooooo over a million times before. That is just something powerful blo ... More >>
Cash Cow: Bargain Menus Are Moooving Your Way Getting our dining fixe at a reasonable prix has never been easier than it will be this fall, when Flavor Palm Beach rolls out the roster of Palm Beach County restaurants serving three-course dinners for $30, and three-course lunches for $20, for the mo ... More >>
"I am not a whore at any price"
He hasn't struck lately, but South Florida's fourth serial prostitute killer is likely still on the loose
Who will claim the throne of the pancake purveyors?
A local man angles for Guinness glory
A quintet of unwitting participants grapple for the Holy Grail of griddlecakes: the Mrs. Beeton Flapjack Flip-Off Trophy
Not even a great gimmick can tenderize this taco joint
In South Florida theater, what's old is the next new thing
Don't worry, kid; reggae legend Freddie McGregor's gonna make it all better
A decent local lineup, some standards, a few stars
Battling orchid thieves and years of neglect, the Miami Beach Botanical Garden finally takes root
She wanted to be like Ali. Wrong sex. Too early.
Miami-Dade County's proposal to privatize public marinas has mariners up in arms