Welcome to a life of mooching, meetings, and trying not to get caught making out with your aides.
A pungent odor permeates an empty mosaic-tiled room inside a shuttered motel at 304 N. Krome Ave. in downtown Homestead. Mildew seeps through the walls. "Before I owned this place, it was a haven for crack addicts and prostitutes," says the 43-year-old owner, Ernesto Perez, who bought the place for ... More >>
To really understand Kenny Millions' My Hoe Wants to Paint project -- performed once, this evening, at Electric Lunch, the new outpost of nomadic art collective, The End/Spring Break -- would require a semester's worth of lectures, PowerPoint presentations, and in-depth research on both Pierre Scaru ... More >>
Yacht With Onuinu Bardot Miami Saturday, June 2, 2012 Better Than: Watching a PowerPoint seminar ... in a classroom. At 12:04 a.m. on Saturday night, a little piece of dance heaven landed at Bardot. It arrived from Portland, Los Angeles, and Texas after more than 200 miles of driving and about 58 o ... More >>
Photo by Alin DragulinYACHT sailing into Miami during Basel week.With Neon Indian and Yelle already slated to visit the city during the week of Art Basel Miami Beach, you can bet there's still plenty of music to be announced over the next couple of months.Of course, being at the center of the act ... More >>
Wiki CommonsWhen Miami-Dade voters approved a $2.9 billion general obligation bond program six years ago, the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables was not among the list of projects slated to receive funds. Today, county Commissioner Rebeca Sosa aims to change that. She is sponsoring a resolution ... More >>
If ever the Miami State Attorney's Office has prosecuted a lose-lose case, the ongoing trial of former judge Phil Davis is it. Getting a conviction might just make the prosecutor's office look negligent in its past dealings with the alleged fraud organizer.If Davis' sname sounds familiar, it's be ... More >>
A downtown Miami firm allegedly helped build an $8 billion Ponzi scheme. It could have been stopped.
Get your art on at MoCA.
Julia Alvarez investigates the rite of Latin teenage passage
Florida is starved for electricity. Some eco-renegades are growing their own.
Superman retires Tom Fiedler may not be Ben Bradlee, but he remains a newspaper warrior, nonetheless. Earlier today, the Miami Herald's soon-to-be-former executive editor received two standing ovations from the crowd attending the Miami Herald Media Co.'s annual meeting at the Radisson Hotel i ... More >>
Hollywood pounces on 6-6-06 with a needless Omen revival
What would draw sultry Latin films to chilly Canada? One huge festival
A Hollywood backlash -- what's Miami Beach's mayor to do? Shoot the messenger.
Rev. Sharpton scolds urban marketers -- and they love it!