Lloyd Jackson Jr.'s Valentine's Day went pretty well. His date, Tammy Hamilton, 47, decided to stay the night. It wasn't until he woke up the next morning that he realized that she had stolen his Ford Explorer. And that was only the beginning of his troubles. See, sometimes it is better off to be ... More >>
Scott Storch, Miami's, uh, maybe 653rd favorite son, recently left town to record in the Big Apple. But the music producer with a history of money problems lost $100,000 worth of property this morning in an armed stickup near Times Square. See also: Scott Storch raked in hip-hop millions and then ... More >>
Regular readers of best-selling life manual the Bible will know it's a big no-no to trumpet your own good deeds in public, but that didn't stop George Zimmerman and his attorneys from trying to stage a news conference after word broke this week that he helped pull a family of four from an overturned ... More >>
George Zimmerman has been in relative hiding ever since he was handed a not guilty verdict nine days ago, but ABC News reports the world's most controversial self-appointed neighborhood watchman was spotted last week pulling a family from a flipped truck on I-4 in Sanford.
The Miami Herald is reporting that chef/restaurateur Jonathan Eismann is being charged with a felony in connection with a car crash that occurred this past October, resulting in a pedestrial fatality. Read Also: Jonathan Eismann Involved in Fatal Hit-and-Run
To be a successful tampon thief, one must think like a tampon. Unfortunately, Alyson Strosser, 47, didn't prove to be a good fit for her hiding spot when police tracked her down. Strosser was caught by a CVS manager in Port St. Lucie trying to steal a host of items on December 14th. Accord ... More >>
In the sea of headlines you'll read throughout the day, few will likely have anything to do with food. Unless that's your thing, of course. But if you're like us, it is your thing, and you thrive on hearing news about restaurants and chefs just as much (or maybe more) as you would hearing about w ... More >>
Just a short 18 months ago, chef Jonathan Eismann was one of the biggest names in Miami's restaurant scene with acclaimed eateries Pacific Time, Fin, Q, and Pizza Volante under his management. By last April, his enterprises began toppling: The restaurants folded, lawsuits piled up, and his Venetian ... More >>
Local 10 is reporting that former restaurateur-turned-realtor Jonathan Eismann has been involved in a fatal hit and run accident in Miami.The accident occurred around 8:47 a.m. Wednesday, on the corner of NW Third Street and 72nd Avenue.Eismann was driving a Ford Explorer and was involved in a crash ... More >>
Not a good week for Miami-Dade police officers keeping their cars safe. On Monday, police shot and killed a man who jumped in a police cruiser and took off after causing a fatal traffic accident.Now, police have caught crooks on video breaking into parked police cruisers and stealing guns and amm ... More >>
"Hooweeeee! Gonna get me some gator tail!"Okay, so I may not have used those exact words this past weekend, but, that is kind of what I felt like as I clunkered down Krome Avenue in my 1993 Ford Explorer heading towards SW 366th Street.This unfamiliar trek was put in motion by someone contacted S ... More >>
Watching bare booties jiggle can be quite a cathartic activity. But is it worth getting shot in the head? Such is the quandary at the heart of North Miami's Take One Cocktail Lounge. Take One is a tiny one-room club frequented by hip-hop stars like Rick Ross and DJ Khaled and packed nightly wit ... More >>
Some parents are never prosecuted. Antonio Balta got 20 years.
A decade after Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums, Generation Y's anointed auteur tries for a comeback with Fantastic Mr. Fox.
A woman perishes in a collision with an Indian leader's kin. Her family cries coverup.
Terry Durham might be some kind of prophet. The question is: Who profits?
They give new meaning to the term blood diamond.
You know things have gone wrong when city cops Taser one of their own
Loud rock music, sleight of hand, and life in a trailer. What a combo!
Buy fancy stuff and you just may lose it
Who knew puking in South Florida would get Tucker Max on the best-seller list in New York?
The two men whose alleged tormentor was apprehended by the Heat star speak up
Male prostitutes and multiple mistresses, drug money in Gucci shopping bags, bribery and extortion conspiracies. And you thought you'd heard it all about Art Teele.
When your country is bristling with weapons, peace and democracy begin to look like targets, not dreams
J. Crew models? Or young Cuban dope dealers?
Ed Hanna has been the driving force in promoting the development of West Perrine. He's done well for himself. Too bad West Perrine can't say the same thing.
Wyclef goes to church in North Miami
From the issue of August 17, 2000
Why are all those South American cop cars parked off Le Jeune Road? Ask salesman Ricardo Callado.
For years Miami Senior High School has fielded one of the best basketball teams in the nation. But getting into the record books has meant tossing out the rule books.
Nearly four years ago a couple of intrepid entrepreneurs opened Zanjabil in hopes of inspiring their neighbors in the black Grove. They're still hoping.
For a hundred years the FEC Railway has been chugging up and down Florida's east coast. The next hundred years shouldn't be much different.
In the soap opera that is Hialeah politics, Herman Echevarria might be poised to supplant Raul Martinez as leading man.
Look, Hortense! Isn't that Roger Carlton, the Miami Beach city manager, getting pulled over for speeding? Why isn't the officer writing him a ticket?