Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke wants blacks to stop being so envious and hateful toward one another.We African-Americans are our own worst enemies. We do a bett ... More >>
via WikiCommons Female dog or greatest female tennis player ever?Don Imus called female basketball players "nappy headed hoes" and got canned. Dr. Laura Schlessinger said the N-word and eventually resigned because of it. Now, Jon Weiner, known as Stugotz on 790 The Ticket's Dan LeBatard Show, ... More >>
Peter Souza on Wiki Commons "If you talk bad about me, your'e gone." Not since Beelzebub was dumped from heaven by the big guy himself has somebody been so deserving of losing their job as BP's CEO Tony Hayward. The greasy executive will be officially stepping down Oct. 1 and his departure go ... More >>
In anticipation of the upcoming Best of Miami issue hitting newsstands June 17, here is a sneak peek at one category and its winner.Photo by Erik MazaMichelle Spence-Jones (center)"They don't know this nappy-headed child of God has her armor on!"Wonky TV dramas have nothing on the real-life soap ... More >>
The best part about suspended City of Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones's preordained re-election to her vacated seat is this: She'll be able to make another acceptance speech.Her defiant diatribe a few weeks ago -- when she took office moments before being cuffed and booked on grand theft ... More >>
Sports shock jock Sid Rosenberg is out at 790 The Tickets, apparently it was a mutual decision. Rosenberg started at the sports station back in 2005, after a noted career as Don Imus's sports sidekick and occasional crack-cocaine enthusiast. Though, rumors on the internets suggest he could be the ne ... More >>
And the guffaws to the maximum.
Ban ugliness from Miami Beach.
Nice guys finish first at the South Beach Comedy Festival.
Ultimate Victory (Chamillitary/Universal Motown)
A fired Herald columnist chatters anew
With four professional teams in South Florida, sports radio should be big business