Black metal is a spiritual music for people who like to call forth Satan. Kult Ov Azazel's founding member Xaphan is a true believer, and will prove it tonight at Churchill's Pub for the first annual Black Kvlt Metal Fest "with 2 infernal stages, and 11 Kvlt bands." Here are Xaphan's top ten Flori ... More >>
The wound of losing a first love heals at its own pace, not when you say so. And sometimes, the pain leads to depression, which may lead to worse. But it could also lead to the kind of music that makes a career. The best example, of course, has been Drake. In this case, though, we're talking about ... More >>
Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein bilked investors out of $1.2 billion, but at least he didn't Miami-Dade CorrectionsKarl Thompson stole $1.2 million from a retired police officer.â€‹bamboozle a poor one-armed handyman like Karl Thompson did.The 40-year-old scammer defrauded friends and business associa ... More >>
The leader of a church that's drawn presidential hopefuls and the devout is enveloped in scandal.
Gustavo Villoldo hunted the revolutionary leader. His new weapon: a $1 billion judgment against Fidel.
Back-alley plastic surgery sent Donnie Hendrix to jail. Finally, she talks.
Negative campaign ads quash the former Hialeah mayor's quest for Congress.
The Republican brothers are headed for defeat, and Cuban-American politics will change forever.
Go behind the scenes of this hood war.
These radio dudes live and play hard.
Local accused of being the most prolific serial killer in Miami history.
The Julia Tuttle becomes a colony. Politicians pass the buck.
New evidence in the notorious bad boy's latest crime
Think the real estate boom is over? Not for would-be galleries in Wynwood.
Evil condo developers, Cuban city builders, and more about Art Teele
Overtown is under pressure to change as property values skyrocket but violence remains pervasive
Paint peccadilloes and a Trump soiree sans Trump
Don't worry, kid; reggae legend Freddie McGregor's gonna make it all better
Miami's hip-hop queen makes a movie with a message
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Meet Rose Wilson, the new Queen of Mean
Cuba's musicians are anxious to cash in on the overseas market. But in the process they could sell out their sound.
Jimmy Sabatino, self-described child of the Mafia, displayed a prodigious talent for confidence games even as a teenager. If he hadn't threatened to kill President Clinton, he'd probably be scamming today.
If the customs and legends of Loop Road seem strange, you probably don't live there
How did a stolen Steinway concert grand end up in North Miami? It's a long and sordid tale.
Celebrated by a nationwide cavalcade of hype, Barry Diller's revolutionary new WAMI-TV hits the air. The verdict? Click.
The agency charged with overseeing Florida's high school sports refuses to investigate Miami High's tainted basketball program
Rad Berky got armed and dangerous. Carmel Cafiero got Joe Gersten. Ike Seamans got a heart attack. And we watched it all.
The Castro government is marketing music, and the whole world is buying. Except Miami.
Prize-winning author Roberto Uria landed in hot water in Cuba. Granted refugee status in the U.S., he must now sink or swim.
The Dade Heritage Trust fought to save the historic Priscilla Apartments -- until they won, that is
Undeterred by Miami's history of hops flops, local microbreweries unleash a new round of beer pressure
What kind of world do we live in when a poor soul can't even own a jet ski without fear of losing it to thieves and brigands?
If you don't know a bowler from a batsman or overs from innings, you probably don't know anything about South Florida's West Indian communities
You might think Cuba's glorious traditional music is hundreds of yeas old. You're wrong. It's 31. It's wearing tight jeans. And it's called Albita Rodriguez.
Meet the repo man. He wants to steal your car. He has a legal right to steal it. And you don't have a chance.
Short on the sides and leave a little on top today, please, Professor. And give me a little of that Sicilian Defense while you're at it.
Balseros and their makeshift rafts have become as much a symbol of Cuban culture as lechon, arroz con frijoles, and the Havana spleef