Many cops have side jobs. Some work security at nightclubs. Others are in the National Guard. Sgt. Nicholas Kealoha programs people's brains. Kealoha is an 11-year veteran of the Miami-Dade Police Department. He is also the self-appointed director of what he calls the International Institute for Br ... More >>
Movie director James Cameron is poised to win the unofficial submarine race to the bottom of the ocean.According to news reports, Cameron and a team of scientists are perched atop the Mariana Trench waiting for optimal weather conditions to dive nearly seven miles straight down into the Pacific. If ... More >>
A Miami guy stars in a Sundance film and is sued by angry Dominican dolphin geeks.
A lost art or a horrible slaughter? It's all in the eye of the hunter.
Tourists can't wait to get next to them — even if they are eating machines.
Blake Fisher's nudes in nature pack a wallop.
The day Anna Nicole Smith's corpse was wheeled from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, tribe members were setting up for their annual powwow.
"As the chair, you had the power to say something, and you didnt"
The hound prefers Daft Punk, eschews Chocolate
It's big! It's bold! It's bad. Really bad.
Could this be the next salmon?
Oh heavens! A brilliant Cuban exile takes top billing in the intelligent design debate
Which patch of green grass has Miami Beach bluebloods brandishing machetes and clubs?
Female forms that tell a tale of torture
Travel with the German director through the wilderness of the Earth and his mind
Records worth hanging on to, for Auld Lang Syne
The FIU Seventeenth Miami Film Festival
Keith Moss doesn't wash his car. He waters it because plants are growing out of it. Isn't that crazy?
June 24 - 30, 1999
Tracking South Florida's endangered crocodiles is a business best left to experts and maniacs
For photographer Joel McEachern, the chill of a winter dawn is prime time for traipsing through the saw grass in pursuit of The Everglades' Sweet Light
Cynics say that to explore the depths of South Florida culture, all you have to do is scratch the surface. Dade County archaeologist Bob Carr digs deeper and knows better.
Actually, an autopsy of the nastiest band in death metal