Miami's own DJ Khaled drops a massive debut
The federal indictment against the so-called Liberty City 7 was TV at its finest
Unlike the call to prayer, this championship series is no joke
They all deserve one, but who will take it home?
The Heat takes on Dallas and New York
That's how quickly things change here, which can be invigorating for cities as well as editors
It's a three-hour halftime show
Mello Mondays at the District
Madcap politicos, hungry crocodiles, and a prescription for the arts
Miami Heat bounces into playoffs
My life as a punk, continued
Did Steve Javie really wish the coach and the Heat dead?
Today he's a music mogul, an inner-city impresario, but yesterday was a different story
Empty pockets still don't ever make the grade
From the week of February 13, 2002
At least the Heat's Xtreme Team special-events coordinator is a winner
From the issue of March 22, 2001
Quik Park's Hank Sopher has made a quick buck from garages and vacant lots. Now politicians are wondering if he's selling the public short.
From the issue of September 14, 2000
New Times finally concludes the brouhaha over the brat
Hung up over a goon
Morningside is supposed to be open to the public. So why is it closed off like a private club?
The Big Cheese
Miami commissioners use a well-worn strategy to avoid public notice of their sweetheart deals
Scenes from a splintered city
The team promised the public an arena with plenty of open space. Instead we're getting a nightclub and a restaurant.
In an act of audacious short-sightedness, Miami is offering its finest bayfront property to the highest bidder
The Arison clan built Carnival into a money machine by cleverly avoiding tax laws
Hot Dogs Here! Lobster-Watercress Salads!
Y2K Disaster Strikes Miami
Miami High's successful sports teams get their comeuppance
Miami High's principal comes out swinging as new questions arise about his school's baseball and soccer squads
The agency charged with overseeing Florida's high school sports refuses to investigate Miami High's tainted basketball program
Fourteen of the the fifteen players on the current Stingaree roster appear to hail from outside the Miami Senior High School attendance zone