Don Whittington charged up to a desk inside a gargantuan Fort Lauderdale warehouse built from blue corrugated metal. He was seething. "You're a bitch," he hissed at the receptionist. Then, the five-foot-11 Whittington, who was once a championship racecar driver before earning an 18-month federal pr ... More >>
If there's a more appreciative, team-playing, music-loving producer than Kill the Noise, we've never talked to them. Dude shout-out at least 10 guys he's been working with in the past few years with nothing but praise and admiration - and we only talked for about 30 minutes. He's got a huge network ... More >>
Miami Spice is one of the best dining deals this city has to offer. With nearly 200 restaurants offering three-course meals at great prices, what could possibly sweeten the pot? Well, how about free (or discounted) wine, beer, or cocktails? Done and done. Here are our ten favorite boozy Spice offer ... More >>
Steve SatterwhiteBernard Wright (center, standing) flanks coach Shakey Rodriguez during their FIU days.This news story will appear in Wednesday's issue of New Times. It includes reporting that was published last week on our news blog, and which was referenced without attribution in this weeke ... More >>
FacebookSo we finally reached Bernard Wright, the sketchy high school recruiter and legal guardian of disqualified-and-then-reinstated Dr. Michael Krop High guard Brian Delancy. This is what he had to say: "Don't you ever fucking call this number again. You're a fucking scum bag and if I ever fuc ... More >>
Michael Lyons might have found some of his victims in Miami, where he owned a house.Michael Lyons, also known as Mohan Singh, led a bizarre spiritual cult; lived a lavish, globetrotting lifestyle; and claimed to know Hollywood stars. He is also accused of raping many of his female devotees, telli ... More >>
Photo by Reed FischerThis sign was posted on the wall of the Dewars' garageMother's Day weekend surely had its share of pool parties around South Florida, but only one that we know of had an ambitious offering of 15 bands. With a couple equally curious companions in tow, we entered the correct ga ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanThe much-hyped STK took forever to open its doors; about a year longer than expected, actually. Despite the numerous delays, everyone has been buzzing about the upscale steakhouse-cum-lounge. With sister locations in New York and Vegas, STK developed quite a reputation in Miam ... More >>
Paul Brandreth didn't want to murder anybody. Or did he?
Venetian Snares gives New Times his first U.S. interview in two years.
"300 has earned a spot in my ever-expanding gay porn collection."
In the wake of Miami's fire fee scandal, the city manager goes nuclear on the Herald, Tomas Regalado, and taxpayers
Mikey Butders creates a sex scene empire one sweaty shot at a time
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.
Octavia Anderson and the last days of the James E. Scott Homes
The lean, mean Memento makes the most of its simple gimmicks
Nate Brooks goes from gangsta to athlete to rapper -- and wonders what's next
Three years after the immigrant workers at Aljoma Lumber voted to unionize, they still don't have a contract. Why? José Lamas refuses to give them one.
Pay It Forward shoves its proactive propaganda down our throats until it stays down, but good
Finding one of Cuba's most famous stars on either side of the Florida Straits can be downright impossible, as the musician navigates between big dreams and political realities
When Bridget Garcia came to work for Regina Greenhill, the two couldn't have been closer. Life couldn't have been sweeter. Then the nightmare descended.
Welcome to the world of Anastasia Monster of Art, where low art and the high life meet in an orgy of self-glorified kitsch
Dogged by grabby ex-wives and financial scandals, a Texas prophet-for-profit brings his TV act to Miami Beach
A Miami cop and a Morningside resident differ about who's to blame for the death of a pet
As his new nightclub struggles to stay afloat, Neil Cohen's creditors say he's a real S.O.B.
For South Beach publishing magnate Jerry Powers, life wasn't always marked by glamour and upstanding citizenship. Some would argue it still isn't.
At first Cassis restaurant looked like a South Beach gold mine for its owners. Then the bottom fell out. Now come the investigators and allegations of corruption.
Ellis Rubin (Seriously! This isn't a joke! Really!)
If Shooting really starts, whites aren't going to be there