Paula Deen's Food Network career imploded last Friday after the cable network said it would not renew her contract. Though Food Network's simple statement, "Food Network will not renew Paula Deen's contract when it expires at the end of this month," did not mention a reason, it comes after a video d ... More >>
No rock star has played politics smarter than the Boss.
A prison stay and bankruptcy can't keep him down.
Just ask former Dead Kennedy howler Jello Biafra, who remains very much alive and ready to call you out on your B.S.
Friends of Fidel, Miami Beach beatings, handgun chic
A grand plan to fight Latin poverty flunks out at UM
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Ghetto redevelopment Miami style is anything but divine
Trading with Cuba and dying in the ocean's depths
Poor Miami is the talk of the town
Panamanian pianist Danilo Perez takes diplomacy as seriously as he does jazz
After years of making a living off rich people's money, Martin Siskind is now portraying himself as a savior to Miami's poor
State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle should have coasted to election victory. Instead she's dodging bullets from the police unions in the political fight of her life.
Inspired by Patty Hearst, Cecil B. Demented rails against the dying of cinema
The Miami Herald took on the world's biggest news story -- and flopped
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The Cuban embargo is supposed to be getting tougher on travelers, but it's just getting weirder
Unrepentant leftist, friend to Castro, and loyal Cuban, Max Lesnik continues to defy the ideological mandates of el exilio
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His platform is his life. His campaign manager is God. His goal is to be your mayor.
For more than two decades Miami's Haitian Refugee Center was a beacon of hope and a force for justice. Today its director, Guy Victor, is struggling just to keep it afloat.
A (moderately) intrepid Salman Rushdie makes an unprecedented public appearance at Miami's most literary landmark
Dade and its municipalities have more sister cities than you can shake a nightstick at
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South Florida's NORML chapter gets an infusion of new blood and a renewed commitment to keep lawmakers from kicking the cannabis
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.
Tony Bryant is a black militant, a hijacker, a survivor of Cuban prisons, and a Castro-hating commando. And don't you forget it.
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