It's over, folks. It's finally over, and the fact that Twitter is full of gloating jokes about the end of the messy NCAA investigation into the University of Miami athletics department tells you everything you need to know.
One month ago, we put out the challenge: Tell us, Miami, all about your favorite DJs, your spot for ceviche, fried chicken and late-night grub, your go-to bar for a legit cocktail, and the jukebox you can't live without. Tell us what you love in the Magic City, we asked. And damned if you didn't com ... More >>
I love Twitter a lot -- like 83,000-tweets-and-counting a lot. So I didn't troll everyone yesterday with fake news about Tim Tebow joining the Dolphins because I was mad. I did it because it would be funny, and also because it's fascinating how information goes viral -- particularly in the murky wor ... More >>
If you're anything like me, you already have butterflies. The Miami Heat are ready to defend the throne, in what should be another fantastic few weeks of some of the best sports entertainment this town has ever witnessed. The Miami Heat enter the NBA Playoffs as the clear-cut favorite to repeat as c ... More >>
Luther "Luke" Campbell, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Campbell wonders when Jacory Harris will get his due.The sports media in South Florida is really one-sided. None of the ... More >>
Dennis Rodman called into Jorge Sedano's 790 The Ticket yesterday for an interview. Sedano, of course, wanted to talk about the Heat, but it seems that Rodman had something else on his mind. When Sedano asks him what he's doing at the beginning of the interview, Rodman replies with "you sure you ... More >>
You never know what's going to happen on South Florida's roadways. Earlier today, Dolphins' wide receiver Davone Bess was driving while doing a phone interview with Jorge Sedano on 790 the Ticket when he saw a truck flip three times and had to put the station on hold to do a good deed."I'm sorry, ... More >>