This week's feature is a modern-day art heist mystery worthy of the silver screen. It's got a power-hungry president, a missing national treasure, an ensemble of shady middlemen out to make a fortune, and a beautiful FBI agent intent on cracking the case. But -- spoiler alert -- one thing it doesn' ... More >>
Photo by Ian WitlenThe Golden Filter performing live Grand Central.Click here to view photos from the Golden Filter at Grand Central.The Golden FilterSaturday, August 21, 2010Grand Central, MiamiWhen Goldfrapp released its disco monstrosity, Black Cherry, in 2003. It was heralded as a disco reviv ... More >>
Sean Casey, who pleaded guilty to killing an elderly woman, claims a prominent lawyer urged him to flee.
This movie's assets are troubled indeed.
How a mother of two ended up in a plot to smuggle high-tech gear to the enemy.
Image from Archie McPhee via Buuuuurrrrning Hot The Cold War may have ended in the early '90s, but the relationship between Washington and Moscow remains strained. Russia's recent invasion of Georgia only made things worse. It's not quite another Cold War, but -- fittingly -- acolytes of Richard ... More >>
Reviewing the places I go to review the music.
Ten good live moments in South Florida this year.
A Peruvian soldier slaughters dozens, gets away with it, and heads for the subtropics
He hasn't struck lately, but South Florida's fourth serial prostitute killer is likely still on the loose
Safeguarding your stock against sticky-fingered crooks
Lord of War unloads one of the year's best cinema moments
He stumbled into a group of Muslim extremists with plans to attack America. Then he stumbled into Miami. Today Shaheed Mohamed is nowhere to be found.
Lawyers Tina Fassnacht and Stacy Taeuber are all-purpose advocates at the West Dade immigrant camp
African millionaire Foutanga Dit Babani Sissoko opened his checkbook and stole Miami's heart. Not surprisingly, that wasn't the only thing he stole.
For two decades it was a chic hangout for South Florida's most well-to-do. Now it's a money pit with a sordid story to tell.
How a freelance reporter and South Beach nightlife maven tracked down Australia's most notorious fugitive
Rachel Better never worried about her stateless status until the INS locked her up. Then it was too late.