Stacey Mattocks is suing Black Entertainment Television over a Facebook fan page that she thinks is worth much more than $147,600, according to federal court papers filed yesterday. The Miramar resident is the creator of a page for a TV program called The Game, which "follows the lives of professio ... More >>
You're a true Miamian if you drive like shit, bang on pots and pans when the Miami Heat wins, and prefer your guarapo with a side of chicharrón. You're from Miami if you follow tío Pepe on Twitter, know the best cafecitos in every zip code, and eat churros con chocolate when the temperature drop ... More >>
It's the dawn of a new day, y'all, but not just any day... Friday! Sure, you could make plans to blow all of your hard-earned dolla bills poppin' bottles at LIV... Or you could have an equally liquor-filled weekend partying it up at the Vagabond, Grand Central, and other Miami hot spots for less th ... More >>
Need a quick infusion of cash? Don't bother signing up to sell cheap knives door-to-door or be part of dodgy medical study. Instead, head up to North Miami and bid for a city contract. Because as one company learned, you can quite easily bankroll yourself through the North Miami City Council. Last w ... More >>
The first dose of cultural reflection Miamians enjoyed en masse was the video Shit Miami Girls Say. It was one of the best imitations of the stereotypical Miami we know and love. Deep down inside, we could all relate to it in some way. But last week, Hialeah's Finest Kitchen With Juleisy y Karl ... More >>
As recently as a year ago, Miami rapper Gunplay was better known for a clip of him snorting cocaine outside a restaurant in Medellín than he was for his music. In recent months, however, the co-founder of Rick Ross's Carol City Cartel (AKA Triple C's) has flipped his image as an unhinged goon. Hi ... More >>
When Alan Reynolds learned Mitt Romney would be holding a rally in Hialeah last week, the local conservative was ecstatic: Not only could he see his favorite GOP contender in person, he could unleash the perfect sign. "My wife is Cuban-American, he's holding a rally at a Hialeah lunch spot, so I ... More >>
Power 96 morning host and Miami bass legend DJ Laz finds himself connected to a bizarre murder-suicide that occurred in Miramar this past weekend.Marcus Trotman, 25, shot his wife, 30-year-old Danielle Lorenzo, and his mother-in-law, Linda Scudera, before turning the gun on himself. All three die ... More >>
Lemon Man Let the Lemon Man cool you off with his famous frozen lemonade.If you're from the Northeast, you're probably familiar with Del's Frozen Lemonade. Del's began serving frozen lemonade in Rhode Island in 1948, but the recipe dates back to 1840 in Naples, Italy. Del's Frozen Lemonade ... More >>
The house where a hardcore porn starring "Bieyanka Moore" was filmed.A new court filing has exposed the identities of the adults involved in the production of a porn film that is believed to have starred a 15-year-old runaway-- and even reveals the address where the shoot happened. Over repe ... More >>
Julia Bennett is believed to have been shot by her young sonThursday brought the strange and tragic news that a two-and-half-year old boy may have accidentally fatally shot his mother while playing with a handgun in Miramar. Now, as the investigation continues, some friends and family of the vict ... More >>
FacebookKrop athletic director and tennis coach Michael KyprissLately, catching Michael Krop High's athletic administrators in deceit has been sort of like trying to spot a bad tattoo on South Beach. In both cases, it's still worth pointing out a doozy.
Michael MillerCentral running back Devonta Freeman is FSU-bound, but not before another tilt at Northwestern and a state titleDevonta Freeman grew up running through the thick mud on the riverbanks in Georgia. By the time he was a teenager, he was sprinting for cash on the street corners of Littl ... More >>
U.S. Navy photo by Scott AllenHere's a hint...Like countries in a Middle East arms race, Miami-area high school football teams have spent the last nine months developing top-secret weapons to unload on their unsuspecting opponents.Trick plays, revamped offenses, and last-minute transfer students ... More >>
After Imam Foad Farahi declined to become a federal informant, the government tried to destroy him.
The Julia Tuttle becomes a colony. Politicians pass the buck.
Hialeah homeboy Ralphige has become the most notorious crank caller in the world of hip-hop. Jerky Boys, watch your back
Wynwood opens its doors for the season, but not all the action is inside
Evil condo developers, Cuban city builders, and more about Art Teele
Bribing DJs used to be expensive, but now mere trinkets will do the trick
A 600-foot-tall monster stomps into your neighborhood. What can you do about it? In the City of Miami, absolutely nothing
Overtown is under pressure to change as property values skyrocket but violence remains pervasive
Miami's hip-hop queen makes a movie with a message
You've seen the revolutionary photo, now here's the soap opera
Lovers rocker Beres Hammond is back in Jamaican hearts
How two Jews from Jersey grew up in North Miami and found their inner Billy Joel in the bowels of an 88
Nut Case #5: And thanks for reminding me why I left Miami
Embrace the Nightmare: And while we're at it, let's pray for really,really bad weather
Could Shakira end the economic slump?
Meet Rose Wilson, the new Queen of Mean
From the issue of May 03, 2001
Cuban Cinema Series
In Miami there's one sure way to build a championship high school sports team: Throw out the rule book and cheat like hell
How did a stolen Steinway concert grand end up in North Miami? It's a long and sordid tale.
The biggest surprise at Havana's Cubadisco '98: A burgeoning retinue of Americans hoping to cash in
For South Florida bluegrass fans, it's not just music, it's life
Undeterred by Miami's history of hops flops, local microbreweries unleash a new round of beer pressure
Want to know your neighbors by name? Enjoy communal meals? Good at sharing? Have a lot of money?
Miami politicians and bureaucrats saw to it that Chinatown developer Isaac Shih complied with regulations. And that's what really counts, right?