Halloween is right around the corner, and if you haven't already, now is the time to pick up a costume. By now, Walmart's cookie-cutter dress-up shelves look like the Publix bottled water section when a hurricane is churning in the Gulf. Sometimes the best Halloween ideas are right under your nose ... More >>
Is there anything more embarrassing for a baseball player to wear than a Marlins jersey? A pink spandex tank top and bootie shorts might come close. Every year the Marlins make their rookie players dress up in some ridiculous outfit. So yesterday first year players, including Jose Fernandez, were ... More >>
Annnnnnnnnnnnnd down the stretch they come! The MLB regular season finish line is near, and you know what that means, Marlins fans: playoffs 100-loss-season watch! Just fewer than 20 games remain between you and a Marlins free Twitter timeline -- that is, until they trade Giancarlo Stanton in Decemb ... More >>
In what hasn't exactly been the most enjoyable season for Miami Marlins fans, every fifth day has been a reward for the four prior. Jose Fernandez's story has been well documented, and beyond his dominance on the mound, his genuine upbeat personality and demeanor on the baseball field have been a br ... More >>
In a sad way, the Miami Marlins pretty stellar performance during the month of June only underscores how utterly horrible the team played during April and May. The Marlins' 14-9 record during June was actually the second-best record during the month in the National League (only behind the Padres), a ... More >>
It appears Miami civic leader Joe Arriola wasn't too keen on how he's portrayed in my recent story about his former boss Manny Diaz's book, Miami Transformed: Rebuilding America One Neighborhood, One City At A Time."Your article is also full of lies," he wrote me in an recent email. Miami's city man ... More >>
Billy Corben, Miami's master documentarian, has found himself innocent on charges of being a "Tweeting twit." Corben, director of films like The U and Cocaine Cowboys, pulled jury duty earlier this year and updated his Twitter and Facebook followers about the inanities of sitting on a jury, but neve ... More >>
Momoko SudoThe case of Carlos Miller started in 2007 while he was on assignment as a photojournalist for a now-defunct website. He took some photos of police, refused their order that he stop, then found himself in succession with his head against concrete, in the back of a police car, a jail cel ... More >>
Got a Ticket? Don't worry. That is, if you wore a wire for the feds.
Alex IzaguirreLaz Parking is a local firm that contracts with the City of South Miami to issue parking tickets and operate meters. That means nobody likes 'em. And if you believe a recently canned meter maid (meter butler? meter macho?) named Michael Perdomo, that contempt is deserved. The 27-yea ... More >>
This author is one of the victims.
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