Dun Dun Da Dun Dun Dun Da Dun Da Dun Da Dun. We are 24 hours away from the opening ceremony for the Games of the XXX Olympiad. While Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade aren't joining LeBron James on the basketball court, we've still got some serious Team USA contenders representing the 305, 954, and the 561 ... More >>
See also "Cuban American Gymnast Begins Quest for Olympic Glory" and "Miami's Olympic Gymnastic Gets Second At VISA Championship."On Saturday, Miami native Danell Leyva took first place at the Olympic gymnastic trials in San Jose, California. That makes him the first Cuban-American to represent Team ... More >>
Today, Miami gymnast Danell Leyva begins defense of his national championship title as the country's best gymnast as he inches closer toward his quest of becoming the first Cuban American member of the USA team at the Summer Olympics in London. This 20-year-old is a beast.He is the reigning 2011 wor ... More >>
Julio Robaina, sucky mayoral candidate number 1.You know Miami-Dade politics is a joke when the county mayor's race comes down to which guy sucks less. If you're into a Cuban version of Arthur Fonzerelli with his own private shadow bank, you'll vote for Julio Robaina. If you're interested in the ... More >>
via FacebookIn a story in last week's issue, we painted Julio Robaina as the front runner in the 2012 Miami-Dade County mayoral race despite the fact he hadn't officially announced his intentions yet. Well, right on cure Robaina has announced that he will seek the office. The second term mayor of ... More >>
In case you skipped the clusterfuck, heres the art.
24 HOURS. 1 FULL MOON. 265 Arrests.
Local artists make art of books, or books of art
Nut Case #5: And thanks for reminding me why I left Miami
From the issue of April 12, 2001
Quaint little school meets hulking high-rise behemoth
Correspondence from our readers
"LIBRARY: Readings/Visual Investigations "
Juan Garcia Pino was obeying a higher law when he rescued nineteen family members fleeing Cuba. But a more mundane law ruined everything.
Police may never know for sure how a young gay man ended up shot to death in a field off Bird Road. But they have a theory: Cruising can kill.
A Cuban embezzler built it, anti-Batista guerrillas trained in it, Nicaraguan refugees lived in it, and Frank Robinson played baseball in it. Now somebody has to step to the plate and save Bobby Maduro Miami Stadium.