My band, Juke, was invited to play our first Wanee Festival last year, up at the Spirit of Swanee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida. We played the opening night's festivities, rocked out, and suffered from a bit of culture shock. This 500-plus acre park just outside Georgia is in the middle of nowhe ... More >>
Vanessa Olmos, a hotel maid, allegedly attempted to fluff more than just pillows when she walked into a room of an Orlando-area Days Inn and found a 14-year-old boy alone. Police say she groped the boy, and told him "you hot" while the boy's mother was out of the room.
South Floridians in need of a job can now look to Denny's restaurant and the Rebuild Your Life Project for some hope. Two Denny's locations are holding mass hiring events tomorrow in Broward and Miami-Dade counties.The chain is looking to fill several dozen part-time, full-time and management job ... More >>
Dead rock stars are a dime a dozen. They usually drink themselves to death, overdose on narcotics, crash cars, or get on faulty aircrafts with drunk pilots on drugs who crash cars. But murdered musicians? That's where it gets gruesome. Check out these 10 tales of death by murder.
Miami-Dade Police found a young Hialeah man dead this morning at the Days Inn Miami International Airport Hotel. He was identified at 3:30 a.m. as 21-year-old Raudel Sanchez. The noisy, rundown hotel is located on NW 11th Street on the southwest side of the airport. Not much is yet known ... More >>
On Thursday, Riptide finds Roosevelt Ivory, Sr. stepping out of a white Lincoln Navigator, accompanied by an apparent bodyguard, at his two-house compound on Northwest 69th Terrace in Liberty City. It's advertised as "Roosevelt's Rooming House" in the White Pages, but this certainly is no Days Inn. ... More >>
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From the issue of December 14, 2000
The murder of fifteen-year-old Jarvis Hilbert hardly came as a surprise. In fact some would say it was inevitable.
Danny Felton was a decorated cop and local hero. Then drug dealer Marvin Griffin showed up.
Sweet Micky's provocative music moves Haitians with an infectious beat and political overtones
Boxing is the quintessential individual sport. Unless you're a Cuban champ who has defected to turn pro in Miami, in which case it's a team effort.
Cuban exile and WRHC-AM sports talk-show host Minito Navarro has always had a passion for punchers