It doesn't matter who you are today so long as you never forget who you were back in the day. And in Crossfade's case, that was a horny 14-year-old chamaco trying to dry-hump a fine Cubanita at Hot Wheels to the sounds of DJ Laz-produced Miami bass while her abuelita waited for us outside of the ... More >>
The Travel ChannelTony Bourdain on a Vespa...vroom vroom.Episode three of The Layover and I'm slightly warming up to it, maybe because the cities are getting better. It's hard to keep a frantic pace up in Rome - after all, it's a city where a quick cup of espresso can take an hour and about 2,000 ... More >>
David Shankbone via Wikimedia CommonsWould you vote for this woman, Florida?The nation is all atwitter over Michele Bachmann. Not only did she thoroughly corn-poll Iowa this past Saturday -- winning the state's straw poll over Smucker's jam spokesman Ron Paul -- but also the congresswoman claimed ... More >>
So, Miami Beach is officially on the street corner with a leg out hoping for a big corporate sugar daddy to send a little money its way in exchange for a few favors. According to The Herald, the Miami Beach commission unanimously approved a contract with the Superlative Group, a marketi ... More >>
Julia Alvarez investigates the rite of Latin teenage passage
Eight years later, a dead girl's family awaits justice
A founder of the Miami Sound buzzes back into town
How a former FBI agent with a yen for computers became one of the most powerful men in Miami
An emphatic mayor. Tons of polling. Heaps of money. But something went wrong with the Penelas campaign that couldn't.
How an impressionable young fellow got himself scammed by a British con man. And how he got revenge.
Jerry Sullivan's descent into gambling, alcoholism, and crime began and ended with the FBI.
Hubert Albury is a fixture in South Miami-Dade's political scene. He also cooks a mean pigeon peas and rice.
Residents of Allapattah have come to fear the boys who hang at 1024, And they have reason to
Forget Hiaasen, Balmaseda, and Steinback -- the Herald's weird, wacky "Police Report" is the prose by the pros