‚ÄčOpa-locka is unique. There's outlandish Arabian-style architecture. Gunfights take place in the open. And in 2007, city commissioners passed a law prohibiting -- and Riptide is not making this up -- saggy pants. Now a couple of South Florida entrepreneurs have patented a pants design aimed at s ... More >>
The last day of Menes Danielís life ...
What exactly does that mean? Today we know it means that two museums will receive hundreds of millions of dollars to build hulking structures in a waterfront park. But on November 2, most people had no clue
The battle continues
Don't forget to bring your gas mask and flak jacket
I was arrested by bad cops on bogus charges and spent a bizarre night behind bars
All about those columnists' musical chairs.
From the issue of July 5, 2001
From the issue of June 28, 2001
After a legendary career as president of the Miami ACLU, John de Leon is heading even further south
The Latin Grammys got the headlines, but brave and bruised theater director Alberto Sarraín got the honors
John de Leon
A New Times guide to busting the county's Cuba law
What's a day in Miami without a bizarre twist?
Meet Luis and José Cid, Elian Gonzalez's Miami cousins, just a couple of good old-fashioned American criminals
John Henry, This Is War!
Miami, like an adolescent who won't learn from his mistakes, keeps stomping on the First Amendment
A Sixties-style radical shakes his behind at old-style protesters, and police go crazy
Promoter Debbie Ohanian stared down the City of Miami and won a victory in the area's latest absurdo
The Cuban American National Foundation sues its enemies again, but this time they're fighting back
The Weed and Seed program is supposed to clean up inner-city neighborhoods. Fat chance.
There was Cuban music at Midem's inaugural Miami music conference, but not much -- and maybe never again
In Miami Beach, the First Amendment and a few thousand dollars will get you some "free" speech
Does the City of Miami Police Department have a foot fetish?