There's a big battle brewing between the Old Guard and the New Guard for the top leadership position of Florida's Democratic Party. Several South Florida Hispanic Democrats are voicing their displeasure with Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz's move to support Tallahasee's Allison Tant in next m ... More >>
As Walter Cronkite once said: "Well, that debate was one flaming pile of rancid cat shit."*For those of you who didn't suffer through last night's 90-minute cojone-eating contest between Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama, here's your 10-second summary:Romney wonObama lostRomney snorted Ronald R ... More >>
Alex "Rube" Rubin doesn't have a legion of fans breathlessly awaiting his next single -- at least not yet. He's just a white guy living in a mostly Hispanic city using hip-hop to back our black president. Sounds about right for South Florida.See Also:- Rapper Alex "Rube" Rubin Invites Miami's S ... More >>
Nixon and Obama react to Garvin's attempt at humor. President Obama's foreign policy perhaps deserves a closer look than the media is giving it. However, it might not have been the best idea for the Miami Herald's TV critic and occasional libertarian columnist Glenn Garvin to open his c ... More >>
Photo by Cecile MaurelSteel Pulse founder David Hinds.In the run-up to massive reggae fest Bayside Rocks, Crossfade's already spoken with Frederick "Toots" Hibbert about the birth of reggae. We've also convened with Puerto Rican crew Cultura Profética. (Not to mention, we've spent the week revis ... More >>
Democratic congresspeople Kendrick Meek and Jan Schakowsky both come from the kind of heavily left leaning, big city districts they could hold for life. Of course, Meek is cutting his tenure short to run for Senate, and Schakowsky almost saw her term --and life-- ended Mama Cass style. Thank ... More >>
The leader of a church that's drawn presidential hopefuls and the devout is enveloped in scandal.
A Miami Artist becomes an accidental witness to manslaughter.
A journalist, a kick-ass story, a suicide
Say anything you want, but just don't call them Democrats
Call it what you will -- mindless fluff, starstruck drivel -- but Ocean Drive has perfected a formula that's the envy of the publishing world
The trials and tribulations of Fabian Basabe
Film festival in South Beach faces elections head-on
How did José Cancela manage to spend so much money and get so little in return?
Forget the awful past, say Alfonso and Pepe Fanjul, Florida's sugar barons. It's time to make nice and go into real estate.
There are good reasons to vote August 31, but the county mayor's race isn't one of them. Here are five reasons why.
The county mayor's race is nonpartisan -- on the surface
With its severe new Cuba regulations, the Bush administration alienated some Miami exiles, but not the ones who matter
Howard Dean is aiming for the White House, but first it's Miami Beach
Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.
Was Panamanian strongman Manuel Noriega really a drug trafficker? Or is it possible he was set up by the U.S. government? Try asking a few dozen people who should know.