Is Miami's "brain drain" finally over? In a new analysis, the Atlantic CityLab's Richard Florida shows that between 2011 and 2012 the Miami metro area had a net increase in residents with some college education, a college degree, or a post-grad degree. Meanwhile, there was a net decrease of resident ... More >>
Apparently life really does imitate art. Just weeks before the release of Harmony Korine's beach-babes-with-handguns movie Spring Breakers hits theaters, a woman in Daytona Beach for spring break had a two-hour armed standoff with police inside her hotel room.The problems started on Wednesday when H ... More >>
Who down with O.P.P.? Everybody. For over 20 years now, Naughty By Nature has been touring the world off the strength of that crossover hit on its first album. Now fully independent, with new album Anthem Inc in stores, and an upcoming show at LIV, we here at Crossfade caught up with Vin Rock to t ... More >>
See also "Six South Florida Athletes To Keep Tabs On During the Games" and "London 2012 Olympics: South Florida Athletes (Photos)"Something called "the Olympic Spirit" is in the air, and suddenly, we're suppose to care about equestrian sports and whether or not China is sending 10-year-olds to destr ... More >>
Darrel Bilbrey came to David Myers for spiritual guidance. The popular First Pentecostal Church pastor took him under his wing, helping Bilbrey earn his minister's license. And when Bilbrey admitted to having impure thoughts, Myers agreed to install an Internet filter on his parishioner's computer a ... More >>
White girl rappers are a tough sell. Ask Uffie, Kreayshawn, and Iggy Azalea. The vitriol thrown their way -- whether deserved or not -- tends to stem from the question, "What do white girls know about hip-hop?"That's why Kitty Pryde, a Daytona Beach native, seems to differ from her peers. She gets p ... More >>
When Crossfade checked in with The Duke Spirit on Thursday, the London rock band was lost and on the run somewhere outside Daytona Beach. They finally arrived under cover of darkening skies, as the neon tubes buzzed on for the evening in Miami Beach. Crossfade tagged along to see what 29 hours in ... More >>
Ugh, get ready for the arrival of a bunch of drunk, unruly college students (and not the FIU and UM variety we're already used to dealing with) in a few weeks, because according to a top travel agency, South Beach has now become the third most popular Spring Break location for college students. W ... More >>
What with all of his insane lawsuits against the Clintons, Facebook, Rachel Maddow, President Obama, and his own mother, conservative Florida activist and lawyer Larry Klayman is pretty damn busy. Too busy to defend his real clients, apparently. The Florida Bar has issued a public reprimand ... More >>
via hungrerapper.comThe Hungre Rapper hopes to hunt hurricanes, fix roofs, and film it all for a reality show. Want to invest?The signs went up about a month ago, stapled high on light posts along I-95, the Julia Tuttle Causeway, and Biscayne Boulevard. They're nothing more than a hand-scrawled m ... More >>
Back-alley plastic surgery sent Donnie Hendrix to jail. Finally, she talks.
A newly illegal drug takes us on a short, bumpy trip.
Or is it? With the budget ax hovering, we might never know.
Sides square off over Christmas Tree Island
Against long odds and even longer distances, a group of Miami-Dade teens competes for a shot at hockey glory
Residents of the black Grove are being displaced by the value of the land they've lived on for a century
Grand Prix? Formula One? No. Go-cart kids.
Cubans on both sides of the Florida Straits are casting off old illusions, so why is U.S. policy stuck in the past?
Miami Beach sours on Luther Campbell's Memorial Day freak show
How do you prepare for a holiday bash with 400,000 guests? Very, very thoroughly.
Is Luther Campbell really Miami Beach's Memorial Day savior?
DJ porn? Yes, the world of dance music has changed somewhat -- from righteous to raunch
Rev. Tommie Watkins knocked on the church door but no one answered
Forget the bunny. Robin Parker has a battery that might save the world.
From his wheelchair Doug Burris runs the show, loud and proud, at Miami Beach High
Brett Perriman's gridiron days with the Dolphins may be over, but his commitment to the community where he grew up is just beginning
For Loring Frank, South Florida's freewheeling rabbi of the people, Judaism is all about inclusion
Harleys in Havana? ?Como no? Every one of them is a vintage classic. And every owner an obsessive fanatic.
As Miami Beach officials attempt to appoint a permanent top cop, anonymous critics try to stir up the selection process
Manuel Duasso has achieved a semblance of normality in the decade since he was blinded. The same can't be said of his assailant.
Dade and its municipalities have more sister cities than you can shake a nightstick at
Want to know more about Jeb Bush? The machinations of Florida's Republican party? Vomiting? Get on the bus.
David Ruffner got the tatoo, but his old man is the one who's really needled
, America's best accordion- and kazoo-based band begins its Travels
Bible thumper Norman Hickey believes the Day of Judgment is at hand. Which ought to make him a shoo-in for Miami Beach city manager.
The pros have packed up their volleyballs and split Miami Beach.