Isle of Dreams, a company that hopes to put a strip club in North Bay Village, just wants to pay some girls to shake their tatas, but the city keeps cock-blocking them at every turn. So now the company has filed a lawsuit against North Bay Village, and claims the city is infringing on their First Am ... More >>
Theo Karantsalis, a soft-spoken librarian who teaches research classes at Miami Dade College between freelancing for Miami New Times and the Miami Herald, has become an unlikely central character in a hotly contested federal case that has free-speech advocates ready to clash with top D.C. officials. ... More >>
Even though you had lofty ambitions this year, your Thanksgiving Day menu remains unplanned or at the very least incomplete. We've compiled a list of restaurants that want to make your holiday fuss-free; let someone else do the dishes after gorging on mass quantities of turkey and fixings. "No, G ... More >>
One of the oldest ideals of this country is freedom of the press, an idea taken even further here in Florida thanks to the Sunshine Law. However, newly elected Governor Rick Scott seems to have some trouble fully grasping the idea of a free press and apparently wants to hand pick which reporters ... More >>
Ricky MartinA South Florida church apparently thinks featuring a gay man on television is obscene. Oscar Aguero Ministry announced plans this weekend to picket the offices of Univision for airing an interview back on November 2 featuring a now openly gay popstar Ricky Martin discussing his sexual ... More >>
That turd talking while driving deserves it!
Internet broadcasting allows the Smut Doctors to wallow in pure porn -- at least for now
Enrique Santos and Joe Ferrero
The government killed TV, and Hollywood's begging it to revive the corpse
Pirate radio terrorism claims its first victim
The Federal Communications Commission can't seem to keep illegal broadcasters off the air
Miami's unlicensed radio stations are pumping up the jams despite the FCC's efforts to shut them up
This summer the FCC pulled the plug on the county's most innovative radio stations. Some are already back on the air.
To start your own station, all you need is a little space, ingenuity, and chutzpah
Wanna get in touch with South Florida's rage? Read through the complaint letters to local radio stations.
As nationwide deregulation looms, Morton Towers becomes Dade's first battleground in an escalating cable war
A trio of exile groups mounts a new challenge to monopoly control of local Spanish-language radio
Late last year thousands of people learned that the "free" calls they'd been making to Cuba weren't really free. Now the bills are arriving.
For two weeks something different made waves on local radio. Then the FCC heaved-ho.
Turn to 88.3 on your FM dial, where a pirate radio station is flying the Jolly Roger on Miami's broadcast seas and making plenty of waves
Much to AT&T's dismay, foreign companies have found a way around the restrictions on calling Cu ba from the U.S. -- for now, at least
How did two Miami radio stations end up broadcasting Radio Marti programs to listeners in Cuba? Hint: It's curious, but it's classified.
The FCC attempts to fend off Dade's motley crew of FM radio pirates