Many cops have side jobs. Some work security at nightclubs. Others are in the National Guard. Sgt. Nicholas Kealoha programs people's brains. Kealoha is an 11-year veteran of the Miami-Dade Police Department. He is also the self-appointed director of what he calls the International Institute for Br ... More >>
Searching for the source of your fatigue, chronic illness, indigestion, obesity, or even attention deficit disorder? Go with your gut, proposes Dr. Steven Lamm, MD, the "house doctor" on ABC's The View and author of the new book No Guts, No Glory.No Guts is a relatively short guide that packs a ton ... More >>
There's a bit of an uproar over California's Proposition 37 scheduled for the November 6 ballot. Another twenty states are considering similar measures.It's a simple proposition requiring that all genetically altered foods be labeled as such. Genetic modification can mean anything from manipulating ... More >>
Eric Prokopi, a Gainesville, Florida resident, faces federal charges for illegally importing a nearly compete Tyrannosaurus skeleton into America along with other fossils. Prosecutors call him a "a one-man black market in prehistoric fossils."
Michael Carter, Dole's Executive Vice President and General Counsel said of a Miami judge's ruling that Dole won't have to pay Nica farmworkers $97 million, "The Court's ruling indicates that corruption and a total lack of due process is the norm for the Nicaragua judicial system." [RTTnews]CSI Miam ... More >>
Head over to the merry old land of Wales where they are less than familiar with the joys of America's favorite sport, and mention "Dolphins Football," and the wildcat offense might not be the first thing that comes to mind. Depending on how imaginative your new Welsh friend is, he might giggle at th ... More >>
Nela Ochoa's exhibit will get your cerebrum working in an amusing way.
If there's one thing Riptide likes better than a juicy news tip, it's quotably irate citizenry. So today, Christmas came early: Sabal Chase resident Mike Grant gave us both. Construction foreman Grant has noticed his local firehouse, Miami-Dade Station 9, one of the busiest in the county, has had it ... More >>
Exactly what do chickens and cows eat before we eat them?
Dinosaurs of China take over the science museum
This'll be the best home brew ever! Ever feel the urge to talk to a marine scientist? Well look no further. Every Friday night they gather at bar behind the University of Miami Marine Sciences Campus on Virginia Key. Just make your first right off the Rickenbacker right after you pass the Miami S ... More >>
What would He do? Sweet baby Jesus would be so proud of the people running Family New Life Center in Wynwood. The homeless family shelter is run by Catholic Charities, a non-profit social service division of the Archdiocese of Miami. The wrought-iron gated 15-room facility provides downtrodden fa ... More >>
"Lonely Payback" (Adjunct)
This new docudrama is a real mind-bender
There are good reasons to vote August 31, but the county mayor's race isn't one of them. Here are five reasons why.
Bats off to those little mammals that hang upside down and eat our mosquitoes
Cattle-ist for reform
Scary brain food
Canoe Trip to Chicken Key Island Nature Preserve
Golfers and fishermen beware! The endangered reptile is making a comeback.
The queen conch, long a culinary favorite and a symbol of life in the Keys, is disappearing from local waters
As the world's most-coveted sport fish swim toward extinction, Miami researchers strive to save them
In a popular Keys diving spot, marine researchers find two species of algae that tend to favor polluted waters
A stubby-legged feline fad has the fur flying between entrepreneurial cat fanciers and animal-welfare activists
"It was horrible! These creatures were bigger than I am, with razor-sharp teeth! I freaked!"