Another week, another historic ranking for the University of Miami's men's basketball team. Thanks to Duke's loss to Maryland and the Canes' buzzer beater against Clemson, the team has moved up to number two in the polls. It's the team's highest ranking in school history, and also the first time tha ... More >>
"Have you ever wrecked one of these?" I ask as our burnt-orange Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse bursts onto the Julia Tuttle Causeway. Butch Leitzinger shakes his head. The mild-mannered man is Bugatti's official driver, but a better title would be "pilot." With a top speed of 260 mph, the Veyron ... More >>
Does this orca have Constitutional rights?PETA, everyone's favorite group of totally rational animal activists, has launched a new legal attack against SeaWorld this morning, accusing parks in Orlando and California of mistreating five killer whales. Which, actually, OK! There are lots of reasona ... More >>
Dr. Navindra SeeramAt a recent annual meeting of the American Chemical Society, scientists announced findings that suggested maple syrup contains as many as 54 antioxidants. Lead researcher Dr. Navindra Seeram, from the University of Rhode Island, has been studying the relationship between plants ... More >>
When Moby took over the pixelated DJ pod in the Carl Cox and Friends Mega Structure last night, I wonder if he was saying to himself, "This audience is going to fucking love my set tonight... whether they like it or not!" He immediately began egging the crowd on, pumping his arms skyward, begging ... More >>
Miami-Dade Pretrial Detention CenterDale Picardat isn't your typical jailbird. The slight, bespectacled 53-year-old has zero criminal record, a degree from Michigan State University, and about as much street cred as a granny with a walker. But he ended up at the Miami-Dade Pretrial Detention Cent ... More >>
The investigation into a cop killing in the '70s leads to a law professor who helped launch Barack Obama's political career.
Despite being in one of the largest media markets in the nation, Miami's public radio station barely registers with local listeners
If the City of Miami would check, as we did, they'd find an administrator without the proper credentials
For more than a decade, Otis Wallace has called the shots in tiny Florida City. That seems to be just fine with the locals.