He's tried to find the "Road to Riches." He's made "The Return." And now, local spitter J Nics is back with the third official video, "Never Be Free," off his most recent slab, Champion Rizla. A self-described "attack [on] the reality of political and socioeconomic bondage," Nics riffs on livin ... More >>
The most famous author coming to the Miami International Book Fair this year is a guy so devoted to a good read that he refused to put down a children's book even as the Twin Towers fell. We're talking, of course, about George W. Bush, who will be coughing up pretzels of presidential nostalgia on ... More >>
After the exciting efforts of Howard Dean and Barack Obama, clueless politico types everywhere have come to the conclusion that anyone, literally anyone, can be elected to office using the mystical powers of the Internet. Sayfie Review has a column up about the 2010 Senate race saying exactly that. ... More >>
President Bush will finally leave the White House next week, which means the United States now stands a chance at reversing our reputation as douchebags of the universe. Before departing office, however, Dubya decided he would give the good people of South Florida a little farewell gift: another ba ... More >>
The director assigns motive to Dubya's MO, but at this point, who cares?
Hot off the newswire, its being reported that a Miami man has been arrested for threatening to assassinate Barack Obama. Raymond Hunter Geisel apparently made the threat during a training class for bail bondsmen. For good measure, according to a tipster, he also threatened President Bush. Federal ... More >>
Except maybe the censors.
Separate the legit from the bogus and you could win a work of art.
So there I was trying to cross Biscayne Boulevard to pick up some lunch about 3:00 p.m. when a Miami-Dade motorcycle cop stopped me in my tracks. “Get out of the street,” he shouted. Huh. Then I complained. “Whatinhell is this? I’m hungry.” The cop felt bad. It’ll only be two minut ... More >>
Remember April 28, 2007? Probably not. That's when some activists, many of them anti-Iraq war crusaders, got together across the country to use their bodies to spell out IMPEACH. The paltry showing on Coney Island could barely muster a sad E. But more and more anti-war activists are becoming more vo ... More >>
By Ben Westhoff Recently, I met up with 50 at G-Unit Clothing headquarters on 23rd Street, which boasts a faux-library of gold-painted books and topless ebony mannequins. In the flesh, Curtis Jackson III repped his brand loyalties by wearing a white Yankees cap, white Reeboks, and having the office ... More >>
The world's most famous Latin hunk grows a brain and a conscience
Perez Hilton has the last laugh; trendoids love art and couture
The elephant in Guantanamo's living room gets 4200 calories a day and a Koran
Why We Fight probes America's passion for war
The urban music community responds to Katrina and the aftermath
Letters from the Issue of July 21, 2005
Hooligan's Pub & Oyster Bar
To learn more about Bush's victory, tune to 89.7 FM
Film festival in South Beach faces elections head-on
An irrelevant mayor's race and an irrational foreign policy
As Florida's GOP delegates head for New York, it's time to recall Miami Beach, 1972
In this political season, Miami's high-profile campaign contributors favor Republicans and Democrats
Proud white trash, neocon conspiracies, and clueless reporters
Duo tunes into our past
Revolutionary Vol. 2 (Viper)
Bagpipe bash brings holiday cheer
The Daily Show's Lewis Black grabs our mike
Cubans on both sides of the Florida Straits are casting off old illusions, so why is U.S. policy stuck in the past?
A Miramar family gets the full suspect treatment
Trying to ride the Haitian refugee-issue buzz, Sharpton kept referring to Elian as "Little Efrain"
La Casa de las Guayaberas
The day the music died
Radio and TV Martí are supposed to remain above politics and provide Cubans with unbiased news. This is not a joke; it only seems like one.
Three scenes from a botched election
It alters perceptions and skews the ability to tell right from wrong. Ultimately, it results in a dysfunctional society. But it's not a drug. It's the War on Drugs.