Ever since state-wide and municipal level bans on the sale of synthetic drugs went into effect reports of people getting sick from ingesting things like "bath salts" and "K2" are significantly down in South Florida.
The graphic novel reigns at this year's edition.
John Schmidt will save Danny. Come hell or a good high.
To keep X-craved Miami Beach raving, Hasidic teenagers smuggled in pills by the hundreds of thousands
Robert Dowd is a veteran, a Southern Baptist, a Republican ... and a staunch supporter of legalizing drugs
Her name is Ivonne Lamazares. You've probably never heard of her. Cuban immigrant, good student, dedicated teacher, devoted wife and mother. Oh, and something else. She just might be the world's next big thing in literary fiction.
If it gets you high, chances are that James Hall knows more about it than anyone anywhere
Despite the risks, local pot farmers have taken homegrown high-tech
South Beach nightlife sophisticates know they can handle it. A little puff now and then won't kill you. No big deal.
No matter its inspiration, the music pays off for Jeff Egan
The sedative Rohypnol is illegal in the United States. Which probably goes a long way toward explaining why it's so easy to find in Miami.