Close to 1,000 former Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald staffers descended on One Herald Plaza Wednesday afternoon. Reporters. Advertising executives. Printing-press mechanics. Bookkeepers. Publishers. Janitors. They all came to pay their final respects to the place that has defined journalism in thi ... More >>
Is there a pastime more Floridian than going completely nuts -- we mean Michael-Douglas-in-Falling-Down-apeshit -- when denied our favorite fast-food product?Florida luminary Terry Lynn Kimbell was really just carrying on a long tradition when he recently called 911 to complain that Tac ... More >>
The graphic novel reigns at this year's edition.
Edna Buchanan and North One 10 present a fiendish feast.
As far as Miami trials go, the "Joe Cool" case had it all. A plotline worthy of an Edna Buchanan novel, with an abandoned charter ship found drifting at sea and its paying pasengers in a lifeboat, claiming to have been hijacked by Cuban pirates? Check. A trial worthy of John Grisham novel, starr ... More >>
Dinner and a murder mystery with Edna? On October 14, North One 10 Restaurant’s “Evening With Edna Buchanan” will pair the cool mystery novelist with a “crime fiction inspired” dinner provided by Dale and Dewey LoSasso and crew. The event will presumably provide the author with an intimat ... More >>
He kissed her, um, him, and that was only the beginning.
Miamis got the literary goods
Is this a sign of the oncoming news apocalypse?
A bad man, a flawed trial, and a needle
Who's packing heat in the Magic City? You don't have to conceal your curiosity a second longer
Junkie, jailbird, cat burglar, widow, bride, entrepreneur Laurie Lichtman keeps on truckin'.
Martin Marcus and Carol Durbin pursued their dreams with a tenacity so fierce they overcame all obstacles but one: Death
In which local authors and aficionados list their favorites
Surely there's more to local literature than crime and exile
That red-haired guy and CSI: Miami put us back on the media map
Under covers with a film noir featuring a not-so-new twist
WAMI's programming is local, all right -- if you live in Los Angeles
Celebrated by a nationwide cavalcade of hype, Barry Diller's revolutionary new WAMI-TV hits the air. The verdict? Click.
Forget Hiaasen, Balmaseda, and Steinback -- the Herald's weird, wacky "Police Report" is the prose by the pros
She's no doctor, but when the glitterati needed beauty triage during Miami's heyday, Ruth Regina always came through with coif medicine
Finally, some well-chosen words about Metro-Dade Police Sgt. David Simmons' s incomprehensible transfer
Metro-Dade officials wouldn't let grudges and ego get in the way of exemplary police work, would they?