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To hell with the economy! South Florida's lawless exotic rental car industry keeps rolling.
Does David Fisher know there's a recession here?
The 12th annual Brazilian Film Festival is this weekend.
On set with Plies and Akon
Robots rock in Daft Punk’s Electroma
Ed Bobb punched a few keys and went to jail. Where's the justice?
A pawn shop blooms in the condo boom
Once a lifeline and a symbol, Chalk's delivered death
For reasonable Italian food with stellar service, the Billantes cant be beat
Will Pink TV's brand of participatory porn be the future of the industry?
New Super Mario Bros. scores by plumbing old ideas
An Olympian fights for a cure
The University of Miami coach scrambled for cover, but we got ’im
During Miami's cocaine heyday in the Eighties, weird and interesting and scary things happened all over town all the time. Our coke map of Miami is by necessity incomplete, but even selected highlights make the point: Blow knew no neighborhood boundaries.
A prominent couple's life unravels amid fraud charges and an arson investigation
For these three artists, bright, shiny surfaces also have depth
Can Ray "Benzino" Scott's new hip-hop club survive his reputation?
That well-publicized death threat? It's called marketing
A new local film dwells on the rich and beautiful side of life -- what's new? It's the movies!
Hitchhiking Nonstop with No Particular Destination "Studio K7!"
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of hip-hopness
Cameron Crowe takes Jerry Maguire on a dizzy trip through dreamland
Once an alluring symbol of South Beach, the fashion industry has all but disappeared
Hip-hop mogul David Mays talks about Raymond Scott, journalistic ethics, and Miami Beach cops
If you're Puff Daddy and you're in need of a career boost, come on down to Miami
Gone in 60 Seconds
May 13 - 19, 1999
Football standout Tony Martin may have signed a multimillion-dollar contract, but he's bankrupt
Regulators expel South Beach hipster Richard Bronson from trading for a little too much hustle
Welcome to Rancho Don Goyo, where the pork is fresh, the beer is cold, and the music is pure, rural Cuban
He's a genius, a trickster, and a rogue. Preston Henn is also owner of one of the world's biggest flea markets.
The feds suspect that Tony Martin, Miami native and NFL star, helped his childhood pal launder drug proceeds
South Florida philanthropist Richard Bronson built his fortune on the shady side of Wall Street