Ernest Valdes stands on top of the ring's ropes and uses his championship belt as a mirror. He primps into the gold plastic's reflection, making sure his hair -- oil-spill slick with leave-in conditioner -- is perfectly in place. Lil Jon's "Turn Down for What" blasts through the speakers of the Port ... More >>
Welcome to Miami, where anything and everything becomes an excuse to party. We 305ers are creatures of the night by nature. There's no denying it. Any day of the week, no matter what time, something is popping off in this beautiful city of ours. That's why people from all over the world come ... More >>
Some visitors might prepare for a trip to Miami by brushing up on their high school Spanish. Which is silly because most of the people they'll actually run into here speak English. Sure, the English here may be peppered with Spanglish phrases and local sayings, and is often delivered in the distinct ... More >>
If you're dreading spending yet another Valentine's Day alone with Netflix, binge-watching rom-coms, and crying, you've still got a couple weeks to secure a significant other. And at Whole Foods Coral Gables' "Lettuce Connect" speed-dating on February 6th, you'll have the chance to answer cutesy q ... More >>
If Charlie Crist wants to rid himself of the reputation that he's a political chameleon, willing to do anything for personal advantage regardless of who it betrays or damages -- a new documentary released over the weekend won't help his cause. In the Netflix documentary, Mitt, which daubs the falle ... More >>
Hip-hop will never die and neither will "Rappers Delight," the song made famous in part by rap pioneers Wonder Mike and Master Gee. As 2014 descends on Miami, The Stage will feature that pair, and their homie HenDogg, performing as Rappers Delight, alongside Suenalo, for a concert and party to brin ... More >>
Denzel Curry sits on the couch with his friend Raul, who's in the middle of a sketch. Another friend, producer Ronny J, stands by the sink, just watching. A few seconds later, Curry reaches for an Xbox controller and scrolls through Netflix to pick The Truman Show. It's been more than three months ... More >>
DJ Carnage, he's just chillin, y'know, watching Netflix, doing whatever. You might have heard his break-out Bang! EP, or you might have heard about how he pissed off a bunch of agro commenters when he said he was over trap, or you might have caught him playing Ultra or Tomorrowland, filling the ai ... More >>
As another season begins, MLB faces an unsustainable future — and you're picking up the tab.
The Super Bowl is here again and - will you look at that - the Dolphins weren't even close to it again! This is the 29th year in a row since the Dolphins were in the championship round and here we are: Watching two teams better than our own team that is endlessly run by people too incompetent to be ... More >>
Movies are alive in the age of McConaughey.
Guess who was at the South Beach Whole Foods yesterday? The fat, slobby, autoimmune-diseased, party-hardy Aussie who vowed to consume nothing but organic vegetable and fruit juice for 60 days, emerging slim, trim, and completely healthy on the other side, that's who.That long-winded description summ ... More >>
Last week we mentioned how Google TV is giving Apple TV a run for its money. Well, maybe not. Engadget received a tip on Friday that was confirmed by a source close to Apple regarding specs of the next Apple TV: Brace yourselves and hold on to your tiny remote controls. Apparently this makeover h ... More >>
The TurntablesWhen we heard an app was coming out in June for the newly released iPad that was set to "modernize DJing culture" we were more than curious. Claiming it feels like authentic turntables, iPadMixr.com also adds a beautiful interface and professional mixing to its list of declarations. ... More >>
via WHECJuan Fonseca may be the worst mailman in the world. He's charged with snorting cocaine while on the job, driving his truck with his feet, stealing money out of Christmas cards, swiping Netflix rentals, and, oh yeah, delivering drugs along his route.The Kissimmee, Florida, postal worker f ... More >>
"Together we stood our ground as gangsters and young teens yearning to be accepted as men in a very harsh reality."
Like the Messiah, whose birth we celebrate this week, and also Prince, The Bitch would die for you
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