Kobe Bryant is the subject of a sobering New Yorker profile that follows the basketball icon as he enters the waning days of his playing career. Bryant takes aim at the Miami Heat during an interview. Not for anything basketball related, but rather, oddly, for the team's public tribute to slain Miam ... More >>
No attitude. No cover. No bullshit. That's been the motto at Purdy Lounge since the day the bar first opened its doors 13 years ago. Ever since, we've all come across the SoBe hotspot at one time or another, having started, ended, or ended up staying all night at 1811 Purdy Avenue. While Purdy's ... More >>
Hey there, LeBron, why are you riding your bicycle around Opa-Locka? What's that, you're lost and disoriented? Well, fold this handy primer into your pocket and South Florida will seem just like home, you'll see! "Cleveland rocks": "I'm in Miami Bitch" Polish: Cuban Pasty whiteness: Orange ... More >>
Christopher "Dudus" CokeThe standoff over Jamaican drug lord Christopher "Dudus" Coke, who has turned a Kingston slum into his own personal bunker to avoid extradition to the U.S, has forced his country into a state of emergency. To local law-enforcement officials, the situation is all too ... More >>
People were drawn to him and his inspiring devotion to the downtrodden. They wanted to help, to give him money. And they did -- right up to the day he vanished.
Any Given Sunday
According to Dade County, a squalid chunk of downtown property is really a park. Try telling that to the neighbors.
Arena football and the Miami Hooters -- more than just a game
Just in time for the Fourth of July, Miami Beach's surfside chair mogul watches $100,000 worth of cushions go up in smoke