The great state of Texas is known for many things, including football, barbecue, big oil, women with big hair, men with big hats, and the fact that, umm, everything is supposedly bigger there. The latter assertion may be cause for debate, but one thing is beyond question: the Lone Star State has bi ... More >>
When David Beckham confirmed that he'd be bringing a Major League Soccer team back to Miami last week he unfortunately didn't give us any new details. You know, things like a team name, colors, or shield design. Well, now the Palm Beach Post has obtained a couple of possible team names. The most d ... More >>
After 7 straight losses against the Pats dating back to 2009, the Miami Dolphins held strong against Tom Brady and a Pats team that had feasted all year on last-minute comebacks. As the Dolphins took the lead with 1:15 to go, the feeling in every Dolphins fan's stomach was "Oh shit, here we go agai ... More >>
Bottles of Patrón, Stoli, Cîroc, and Hennessey line the floor-to-ceiling shelves of Mac Klein's closet-sized office in the back of the sticky floor and smoky room of Mac's Club Deuce. Somewhere in between a wooden desk and a stack of books, newspaper clippings, and portraits of a handsome 20-some ... More >>
Between 1984 and 1989, Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas, as "Sonny" and "Rico," respectively, were the coolest motherfuckers on television, eliminating highly dramatized drug crime 'round South Beach in pimp Armani blazers over pastel t-shirts on NBC's Miami Vice every Friday night. And just li ... More >>
If the Heat wins tonight, it will be a citywide fist punch to the fart box of all the haters around the world. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook can go back to wearing their lensless glasses in the obscurity of Oklahoma City. And Charles Barkley can quietly choke on his stupid diet meals.Miami can' ... More >>
Filmmaker Steve PetersonWhen he was a kid, Steve Peterson had a cameo role alongside Don Johnson in an episode of Miami Vice, the epic fictional crime series that captured the city's heady cocaine-fueled era during the 1980s. As a teen, he interned at the Miami Herald where he met great reporters ... More >>
Knight RiderSay what you will about '80s TV shows -- the one-dimensional characters and ludicrous plot devices -- but they just don't make theme songs like they used to. If you were alive and watching television in the '80s, then you've most likely got the intro music to classic shows like Knight ... More >>
Liz Taylor sells candy in a 1950s Whitman's adMovie legend, late-in-life food fan and onetime Miami resident Elizabeth Taylor has died. Taylor, 79, was diagnosed with congestive heart failure six years ago. She was married eight times, won two Oscars, played footsie with Michael Jackson an ... More >>
Don Johnson helps answer LeBron's questionsLeBron James is finally addressing the haters in a sure-to-be-controversial new Nike ad. He's taking on some serious criticism and calling a certain hater out by name, but the ad ultimately skews light-hearted with a cameo by none other than Miami Vice's ... More >>
The life and crimes of John Dillinger in this fast and furious film.
Swingin' iguanas, a prince from Sudan, and tawdry tales at SoBe's top dive.
Ten murders and Haitian gangs roil the quiet town of North Miami.
That red-haired guy and CSI: Miami put us back on the media map