Just before midnight, the Pollo Tropical is empty, except for a couple of teenagers pointing toward the window and smirking. They've spotted a peculiar-looking 38-year-old who's crouching behind a bush outside in the darkness. He's clad in a Sesame Street T-shirt and a gold chain necklace, and his o ... More >>
"Together we stood our ground as gangsters and young teens yearning to be accepted as men in a very harsh reality."
Bill Nelson went to space one man, he's seen some things.Â We don't even know why we're trying to meet our energy needs with oil anymore, when we all know if we could tap into the source that powers Sen. Bill Nelson, we'd be able to meet the global projected power needs for the next two centuries, a ... More >>
A woman perishes in a collision with an Indian leader's kin. Her family cries coverup.
A downtown Miami firm allegedly helped build an $8 billion Ponzi scheme. It could have been stopped.
I received this encyclopedia length post as a comment to a blog about a blog. Coffee House Gypsies superfan Amanda wants you to know why she loves the Coffee House Gypsies. I caught them once on video. They were playing in a weed-filled trailer park in Wynwood during Art Basel 2008. I didn't get the ... More >>
Some bands on the defunct festival's bill are still coming to town. Here's a guide to the makeup shows.
After an accident sent many riders to the hospital, the plastic cojones tradition continues
A UM scientist and global warming pioneer warns the muckety-mucks
Against long odds and even longer distances, a group of Miami-Dade teens competes for a shot at hockey glory
Death and near-death experiences haunt these fly guys
The last day of Menes Daniel’s life ...
Immigration wants to deport a well-known santero/drummer over five stolen shirts
Hank Goldberg offers Miami sports fans more than tired talk-radio shtick; the journalist backs up his on-air diatribes with hard facts and common sense
A South Florida rancher is using bovine diplomacy to improve relations with the island nation
K. Gordon Murray may have invented the weekend kiddie matinee, but don't forget his scowling bikers, howling werewolves, lumbering mummies, brain-sucking monsters, and scheming decapitated heads
Hear, hear, the man who flew Elvis's plane
Last week's big soccer match at the Orange Bowl was about more than sports
The cover story is conservation, but the Bush boys have their hands in the taxpayers' pockets again
Argentina is out of the World Cup, but two of its teams played last weekend as if everything was on the line
The politics of selling sex entertainment on SoBe
The debut from Sol Theatre sticks to calm seas
Who is the superintendent of schools, and why will he keep his job?
Ramon Saul Sanchez's Democracy Movement unveils a new twist on the venerable sit-in protest: The float-in
From the issue of November 2, 2000
A retrospective of work by Eileen Gray
Déjà was a survivor in Miami's perilous world of transsexual hookers -- that is, until she met a customer named Bowlegs
Phishy friction between Seminoles and Miccosukees
Regulators expel South Beach hipster Richard Bronson from trading for a little too much hustle
Prison librarian Rolando Valdes and his band of libretto-loving inmates stage an opera
German citizen Anton Philipp has bought a lot of property on Miami Beach. Now it doesn't look too hot.
Move over, Sasquatch. Beat it, Bigfoot. It's time you met South Florida's own: The great Skunk Ape.
Toxic sewage spawns swamp monsters; officials say no cause for alarm
It's time for early-Eighties nostalgia, thanks to a record store's anniversary celebration of Miami's rip-roaring rock