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 goes to bat for historically black colleges. The Grambling State University football team's revolt is exposing an ugly reality ... More >>
Read "Hialeah Residents Claim Local Recycling Plant Is Causing Increased Rates Of Cancer"Today, the Miami-Dade County Commission will vote on a resolution on whether to investigate a potential cancer cluster in Hialeah along NW 36th Avenue. Residents have pointed fingers at nearby King Metal Recycli ... More >>
Yelp is throwing a party for the public, and it's the best kind of party: Free. The erstwhile bloggers and friends will be whooping it up on Saturday, August 21, from 8:00 until 10:00 p.m. at the very historic and extremely brick Moore Building in the Design District. Noshes are being provided by ... More >>
South Florida Today anchor Bob Mayer has spent the majority of his career at WTVJ. He's been there since 1969, when he started as an intern. That was back when the station was a CBS affiliate on channel 4. Since then he's done everything from interviewing presidents to exposing dirty dinners, and ... More >>
Gustavo Villoldo, an ex-CIA operative who claims to have personally buried Che Guevara, was awarded a settlement today of $1 billion from Guevara and Fidel Castro by Miami-Dade Judge Peter Adrian. Villoldo claims that the pair was personally responsible for his father's suicide. It's the largest civ ... More >>
Since Riptide seems to be the premier destination for news about eco-friendly cars in Miami, here is your latest news: Tesla (the electric car company invested in by the men behind Google) unveiled a new sedan to complement their roadster. It's called the model S. They also promise that they'll open ... More >>
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The Rewind/Fast Forward Film and Video Festival brings found footage and more to Miami
"I know the politicians don't particularly care that we're all leaving"
Did NBC "professionalize" Channel 51's Cuba coverage? Or just weaken it?
When clueless tourist meets shameless skipper, it's a good bet there'll be blood on the docks
Four years ago a dangerous chemical tanker ran aground in Biscayne National Park. The salvage operation that followed would go down in history.
A WTVJ sports reporter plugged the TysonSeldon pay-per-view deal in exchange for his airfare to Vegas and other perks
For more than two decades, Jim Wellington has marked the ebb and flow of the Miami River with a Zen master's eye
For 66 days Bill and Simonne Butler drifted together on a tiny raft in the Pacific. After they were finally rescued and came back to Miami, they drifted apart.
In rock music, the separation of art and commerce is almost sacred. So meet the new apostates -- the Advertisements.
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