Today, October 15, marks the start of the 2013-2014 stone crab season in Florida, prompting a feeding frenzy among diners who seek out the first sweet claws of the season. Though you won't see many stone crabs on menus today, there is one restaurant that's opening its doors with a flourish to welco ... More >>
When Shane Larkin drained a game-winning three yesterday with seconds left to secure the U's second-ever trip to the Sweet 16, Canes fans everywhere went bananas. But no one -- repeat, NO ONE -- rocked the win as hard as Coach Jim Larranaga.Inside the locker room after the W, the nation's college co ... More >>
See also "Gilby Clarke, Ex-Guns N' Roses Axe Man, Talks ShipRocked Cruise, Booze, and Getting Laid." Godsmack is so heavy metal that only a bodybuilder can pick up a copy of The Oracle. They've put out more hits than Mike Tyson, Muhammad Ali, and Chuck Liddell combined. They make music so brutal th ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke marvels at the technology that brought Tupac back to life. The lifelike image of Tupac Shakur performing onstage at Coachell ... More >>
Luther Campbell, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Campbell tells Tim Tebow that his calling is outside of football. For the first time in the history of the NFL, a player is a ... More >>
Supermarkets have long been the domain of women, who traditionally do the grocery shopping. Walk through the aisles of any market and you'll see most items are targeted with women in mind -- floral-scented detergents designed to remind you of a soft summer rain, foods marked low-fat or sugar-free ... More >>
Luther Campbell, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Campbell addresses why African-American NFL quarterbacks don't have any heroes to look up to. In baseball, African-American play ... More >>
Illustration by American painter Wayne Thiebaud, via GoogleGoogle's gettin' old. It turns 12 this week and the more we think about it, the more we realize our favorite search engine has educated us. Whenever we can't think of the answer to something? "Google it." Whenever we need to find directio ... More >>
photo by William HernandezGang Starr headlining the 2003 Soulfrito Festival in Miami. My first memory of Gang Starr, the legendary duo of MC Guru and DJ Premier, comes from mid- to late 1992. I was living in Colombia and had a friend with a satellite TV who recorded hip-hop videos from BET's Rap ... More >>
A Brickell dealer made a career out of selling creepy Gacys like this. In the early '90s, serial killer John Wayne Gacy spent his days on death row creating extraordinarily creepy paintings of clowns. So memorabilia dealer Stephen Koschal wrote the murderer in prison and offered to be his agent. Br ... More >>
Christina Swanson could be a champ again. Too bad few have the guts to face her.
On Thursday, Riptide finds Roosevelt Ivory, Sr. stepping out of a white Lincoln Navigator, accompanied by an apparent bodyguard, at his two-house compound on Northwest 69th Terrace in Liberty City. It's advertised as "Roosevelt's Rooming House" in the White Pages, but this certainly is no Days Inn. ... More >>
MAM's latest spectacle glimmers, glows, and goads.
"It is time that the United States make a change."
Producer/DJ Djinji Brown traveled from hardcore to hip-hop to house, landing in Miami along the way
"In our ceremonies, the animals are prayed over, prayed for, and loved every step of the way"
A middle-age slugger channels Miami's Tuesday tradition
M Ensemble's Seven Guitars echoes the blues
Images of aggression from the boardroom to the battlefield
Competing fairs are locked in a battle for collectors
The Brand work hard for fame and glory. Got a problem with that?
Local kids keep it extra clean at the B-Boy Masters Pro-Am
George Clinton's latest state-of-the-funk message
December 10 - 16, 1998
Miami's newly politicized windsurfers pressure city hall to reopen Virginia Key beach
Miami City Manager Cesar Odio and persistent gadfly Manuel Gonzalez-Goenaga ought to settle their differences like men
A young Larry King. A racist white enclave called Liberty City. A homophobic Anita Bryant taken seriously. South Florida's past is present at the Louis Wolfson II Media History Center.
Former champ Frank Otero needs to sell real estate to make a living. But he needs boxing to live.