Martin Luther King Jr. loved South Florida. He visited the region many times throughout his career. He was a contemporary of some of Miami's most upstanding citizens, like Father Theodore Gibson of Overtown, as well as some of our most venerable party starters, like WMBM disc jockey Milton "Butterba ... More >>
Where would Miami be without Beached Miami? Well, we're not entirely sure, but it would definitely be poorer without it.Created and nurtured by Jordan Melnick and Robby Campbell, the blog has become a great source and insight into Miami's local music and cultural scenes."We had a feeling that the as ... More >>
Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr., the Miami man arrested for making online threats to kill President Barack Obama while he spoke at the University of Miami last week, has a large internet footprint. Serrapio went by the stage name of "Jay Valor" online, and fronted a local bar band known as the Jay Va ... More >>
Nicki Minaj is too hardcore for BET.
Viacom-owned Black Entertainment Television is refusing to air the rapper's "Stupid Hoe" music video. Evidently, naked Barbie dolls and fishnets are far too risque for the network.
We've embedded the 210-second, Hype Williams-directed video below. You'll ... More >>
Jeffrey Darnell Paul had a dream. A very, very poorly thought out dream. He dreamed that it would be totally OK to put Martin Luther King Jr.'s image on a flyer promoting a party at a Miami strip club. Turns out he was a bit surprised when most people with some common sense thought it was more of ... More >>
The threat of 50-degree weather this weekend has Miami in a freezing frenzy.
Folks are worried Target's going to run out of space heaters and flannel jammy pants. Winn-Dixie's low on hot chocolate, Home Depot's out of fire wood, and PetSmart doggie parkas are on back order. The end is undeniabl ... More >>
Asked to name a senator he'd like to pattern his own career after, Marco Rubio told the National Review that he really admires Jesse Helms. Yes, Helms, the late North Carolina Republican senator with notorious and well-documented racist and homophobic views. He once called the landmark Civil Righ ... More >>
via Blood TypeMiami hip-hop, like the city itself, is known for audacious bombast. If Rick Ross doesn't proverbially have his gun up in your face, it's only because Trina is busy popping her booty at it. Most Miami MCs won't cop to still having a dream. They want you to know they're liv ... More >>
The Daily Beast will find any reason to make a listicle, so in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day they decided to rank the most tolerant states in America. Yes, I believe it was King who said, "I have a dream that someday people will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the results o ... More >>