As his Hialeah sugar company burned through cash and failed to pay employees, vendors, and landlords, Alexander I. Perez gave plum jobs to former drug-trafficker buddies and raised bundles of cash for Danilo Medina, president of the Dominican Republic.Two weeks ago, Perez's Banah Sugar filed for Cha ... More >>
The three people who may have the most to individually fear from the NCAA's investigation into the University of Miami are no longer with the school.According to Associated Press sources, Clint Hurtt, Aubrey Hill and Jorge Fernandez have been accused by the NCAA of purposefully misleading the invest ... More >>
Though, the NCAA still has not delivered the official notice of allegations to the University of Miami, several details have started to leak out.Frank Haith, the former men's basketball coach who is now at the Missouri, in particular is said to be charged with "unethical conduct and failure to promo ... More >>
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Today, the last day of 2008, Banana Republican highlights his ten favorite news stories of the year, the tales that truly capture life in a sun-drenched, third-world dimension. 10. Marc Sarnoff's Memo to Himself. The Coconut Grove loving city commissioner has a super secret meeting with Joe Arrio ... More >>
"The figure of Christ deserves respect, and so do your readers."
South Florida Impeachment Coaliton stages a sit-in at U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek's office.
The crazy weirdness of the OB is what well really miss
"Miami residents should take development where we can get it. Its basically our last chance."
Jimbo's, a beloved chowder of old Florida and innocent days, is adrift
Miami resorts to threatening the feds in order to keep its secrets
The police watchdog group's right to do its job is challenged
Elegant and self-assured, Mariza immerses herself in the joys of fado
From the issue of November 23, 2000
Miami Beach Mayor Neisen Kasdin's bro Scott has trouble like you wouldn't believe
The Miccosukees' $50 million swampside gamble showcases alligator rasslin' and traffic galore
Two musicians with the same name. One got a big recording deal. The other got a lawyer.
The growling noise emanating from the Dupont Plaza -- that's the sound assistant city attorneys make when they grumble
One person won the job of county chief executive. But in the end, everybody lost.
Which will kill you first: Commuting regularly across I-395 in the pitch blackness, or holding your breath until the DOT fixes the streetlights?