Jose M. Perez desperately wanted to be a kamikaze in a Maserati, so he threw down $64,000 for a 2008 Grand Turismo from H Greg Auto Auction in Doral. He works as a real estate agent to the stars, and the car would be a way to impress clients. The plan backfired, though, he claims, because the dealer ... More >>
Miami's overall economy may still be in recovery mode, but that doesn't mean we're scrimping when it comes to our cars. Luxury cars and trucks make up a higher percentage of the Miami area's overall auto sales than in any other market in the country.
Listen up, fellas ... Pick-up lines rarely work. Most of the time, they are lame, cliché, and straight-up ridiculous. That also means it takes a lot of courage (or several brewskies) to go up to an attractive lady at a bar and ask her if "it hurt when ya fell from heaven." And no, just because she ... More >>
Less than 24 hours after sounding national alarm bells that a 22-year-old Miami native with ties to the sex trade might be in danger over her connection to the fiery murder of a rapper on the Las Vegas Strip, police have called off the hunt this morning.Tineesha Lashun Howard is no longer considered ... More >>
Last Thursday, a triple homicide worthy of Michael Bay lit up the Las Vegas Strip when a gunman in a black Range Rover peppered bullets into a rapper driving a Maserati, sending the luxury car careening into a taxi, which exploded right in front of Bally's Hotel. The rapper died, along with the cabb ... More >>
Miami's roads are known for two things: insanely bad driving and fancy cars. It's always a shame when the two combine, especially when a wreck involves somewhere in the neighborhood of $400,000 worth of automotive extravagance.Friday night out front of the Epic Hotel in downtown a Maserati GranTuris ... More >>
Valentine's Day is upon us once again, and soon we'll all be scrambling to get flowers and chocolates and godawful stuffed animals to show our significant others we give a damn. (By the way, if you do, skip the stuffed animal and go for something original, like a live iguana or a Maserati, depend ... More >>
Pusha T starts every week with a lapdance.Every day of the week in Miami is a mandatory party. Why take time off when you got a hot Maserati in the driveway, a case of cold Cristal in the basement, and two used thongs in your pocket? It's Tuesday. Drive fast 'cause the po-po's snoozing. Pop the ... More >>
Maitardi in the Design District. Get ready to live La Dolce Vita next week at Mai Tardi in the Design District. The Italian restaurant is hosting a "Look Sexy, Feel Sexy" event on Wednesday, May 19. The festivities will kick off with complimentary proseco in the courtyard. As you're downing the b ... More >>
You're not going to deposit that refund check, are you?
This guy seemed appropriate. "It's free money from the government!!"We have no idea how a tax refund works. All we know is Uncle Sam is a greedy bastard all but one day of the year, when he sends us a fat check with no strings attached. What a nasty little sycophant. That government check ... More >>
Robinson blew $20,000 a night on strippers, his brother claims.With three seconds left in the game and his University of Michigan squad trailing Seton Hall by one point, 22-year old guard Rumeal Robinson lined up for two all-important free throws. The NCAA Division 1 basketball title hung in t ... More >>
To hell with the economy! South Florida's lawless exotic rental car industry keeps rolling.
Well, shiver me timbers.
The new place south of downtown isn't perfect, but it's seriously versatile.
Stressed sellers scheme and dream.
Javier Lumbreras, bon vivant, art collector, and defendant, struts his stuff at the Bass
The tale of a lion killer, million-dollar art, and a fat priest
More strident nonsense in snazzy clothes, now from the Agenda
Despite a history of corruption in its north district substation, the Miami Police Department won't get tough with its own cops
Mack Emerman founded Criteria Recording Studios, made a fortune, lost it all, then lost his mind. Now he's back from the dead and ready to work.
Columnist Carl gets no credit, but cash will do.