It's not Friday yet, but there's no such thing as too many mugshots right? Miami attracts celebrities like moths to a light bulb, but unfortunately for some of them what happens in Miami doesn't stay in Miami. Miami-Dade's jail camera, AKA the in-house Paparazzi, has caught several celebrities check ... More >>
We're not entirely sure why, but it seems that all of popular culture is rebelling against Madonna. Talk show hosts, contemporary pop stars, and LARPers have all had something nasty to say about The Queen of Pop over the past few months. In fact, the snark has been so intense, we wouldn't be surpr ... More >>
Pobre Fidelito. Being a dying dictator was his idea. But now Hugo Chavez has fat cancer, and Kim Jong Il went to ride his giant rabbits in the sky. Nobody's paying attention to the totally dead antics of Fidel Castro. He's like the fourth-grade girl who wore Silly Bandz before it was kewl. ... More >>
One bagel please, hold the Larry.Authentic bagels will finally be available in South Beach starting tomorrow, when The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. debuts at The Shops at Alton & Fifth in South Beach. The first 50 folks to show up at opening time -- 6 a.m. -- will receive six free b ... More >>
What? Are you serious? Iggy Pop on American Fucking Idol? I thought the apocalypse wasn't scheduled to swallow us all till 2012. Yet according to Crossfade's own personal bible, the end of the world would be heralded by five terrifying occurrences: (1) Steven Tyler would fall off a stage in Sturg ... More >>
US Marshals Service Wesley Snipes can learn a lot from Martha Stewart. He starts a three-year prison sentence tomorrow in Pennsylvania for tax-related infractions. But rather than accepting his punishment like a man, he bitched to Larry King last night on CNN about how "upset and disappointed tha ... More >>
Palm Restaurant is the oldest family-owned white tablecloth restaurant group in the country, with some 28 venues in 24 cities. Bay Harbor is home to Miami's Palm (we had two for awhile here in South Florida, but the one by Merrick Park didn't make it). I've had some really great meals there, and ... More >>
Today Florida went to the polls for the 2010 primary election. While tonight's big theme involved controversial, self-funded billionaire outsiders taking on establishment career politicians in both the Republican primary for Governor and Democratic primary for Senate, there's still lots of ballot ... More >>
In case you weren't skeptical of Wyclef Jean's soon-to-be official candidacy to become president of poor, earthquake-ravaged Haiti, the Smoking Gun just posted some documents you might want to take a look at. The IRS has hit Jean with $2.1 million in tax liens over the last three years, ... More >>
The catholic church! Man, they are in the pits, right? Their Q score right now rivals Kate Gosselin's. Heck, it's probably worse than Michelle "Bombshell" McGee's. Ever since international media reported the pope, wacky Benedict, willfully ignored reports of kiddie-diddling priests, the church h ... More >>
Right now in Bicentennial Park, a bunch of French Canadians are putting the finishing touches on a 12-day process of erecting what is supposedly North America's largest tent. For what? Cavalia, the-Cirque du Soleil-meets-Mister Ed extravaganza that is easily the gayest thing involving hor ... More >>
Since swapping your wife will undoubtedly lead to your child taking faux rides in a foil balloon and one of your family members cutting one on Larry King Live, hiring a new millennium Mary Poppins may be a better way to make your foray into reality television. And you just may end up with a hou ... More >>
In this video, CNN's Larry King interviews James Brown and they talk about Henry Stone, the man who made Miami a global musical force. Stone was the first person to sign James Brown, and among the first people to record Ray Charles. As a major distributor of black music in Miami, starting in the '5 ... More >>
We are trying not to give up at 6:00pm on a Friday afternoon, but sorry this is the picture. A bunch of cats are being killed down there in South-Dade, but luckily are own Magic City Kitty has escaped the murder's open legs. John Wall went to Kentucky, while Robert Marve picked purdue.&nbs ... More >>
Severe depression and the Calder Race Course go hand in hand. If you've just finalized your divorce or gotten fired from the United States Postal Service, we recommend you take a trip to Miami Gardens and visit the dilapidated, smoke-filled stuck-in-the-70s environs where a solid majority of the res ... More >>
Aaron Jackson went from homeless to hero. Now, with the help of Rainn Wilson, he's trying to cure a country.
Fashion emergency and a must-attend auction at The Forge.
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When art imitates life a little too closely
Hank Goldberg offers Miami sports fans more than tired talk-radio shtick; the journalist backs up his on-air diatribes with hard facts and common sense
No one's likely to tout Cletis, whoever he is
Add Willie Latimore's name to the Opa-locka Three
The famous Swede kicks it up for Whorehouse
From the issue of October 11, 2001
Media attempts to find a face for terrorism -- and to fashion a response -- evoke George Orwell
Without apology, Bob Crane's son shows the world Hogan's privates
Democrats hate him. Journalists scorn him. Most Americans ignore him. Which is fine with Matt Drudge. He's taking it to the bank.
The lobbyist everyone loves to hate has a new gig
October 1 - 7, 1998
After less than three years, WIOD-AM and Miami have had their Phil
, One Dade visionary's plan for world peace could come to fruition -- if only he had the Freedom Tower and Jane Fonda
You may admire him or you may find him disgusting. But at least you've got to hand it to him: Jorge Mas Canosa has got clout.
A young Larry King. A racist white enclave called Liberty City. A homophobic Anita Bryant taken seriously. South Florida's past is present at the Louis Wolfson II Media History Center.
Former Miami airline executive Ricardo Samitier, Sr. (not his penis-enlarging son, Ricardo, Jr.) was the would-be mad bomber who rattled the Washington Post
How to land a radio talk show without even trying