photo by Steve SatterwhiteMiami Beach's most infamous blogger resident Matt Drudge is getting sued. A notorious copyright infringement company claims that Drudge posted a copyrighted picture from The Denver Post of a TSA enhanced pat down on his site, DrudgeReport.com, without permission. The com ... More >>
In March, we published a feature about the Miami Beach Police Department, detailing how more than 50 percent of the force earns at least six figures a year and profiling the myriad legal problems involving Beach cops. (You can read it here.) We've also reported extensively about former Office ... More >>
Local psychedelicists Ice Cream will still play Interstellar, though.S. PajotNewspapers suck. They get printed and that's it. Meanwhile, the world keeps spinning, the internets keep churning, and party plans get revised a dozen times. In this week's Night Day calendar section, the New Times go ... More >>
via The HeraldPerhaps after a long, stressful day of crunching numbers and contemplating layoffs, some Miami Herald executive decided to go for a walk to clear his head. This being Miami and all, he came across a beggar asking for spare change. Wait, he could have thought, Maybe we have it a ... More >>
Miami New Times, the Southeast's top alternative news weekly, is giving away $4,000 in awards to local artists. As part of our annual Artopia® celebration, artists of all stripes -- filmmakers, fashion designers, visual artists, performance artists, writers - can apply for a MasterMind Award. ... More >>
Miami New Times, the Southeast's top alternative news weekly, is giving away $4,000 in awards to local artists. As part of our annual Artopia® celebration, artists of all stripes -- filmmakers, fashion designers, visual artists, performance artists, writers -- can apply for a MasterMind Award. ... More >>
Devouring the newspaper just got more fun
That's how quickly things change here, which can be invigorating for cities as well as editors
Old newspaper pros quit the FIU journalism school as academicians run the show
Still feisty after all these years, Carl Hiaasen unloads on Miami politics and corporate journalism
Miami Educational Review
Prof. Brian Peterson
Bill Lara and Pedro Gonzalez have a vision: Unite Miami's small community newspapers as a force to be reckoned with
Haitian radio host Marcus Garcia's work in Miami is done. It's time for him to go home.
Michael Moore says Borders bookstore hates him because he's a pro-union gadfly. They say he's blowing everything out of proportion.
A Little Friendly Persuasion
The Herald flew a Cuban diplomat down for a visit from Washington A but you probably don't care about trivial stuff like that
Former Miami airline executive Ricardo Samitier, Sr. (not his penis-enlarging son, Ricardo, Jr.) was the would-be mad bomber who rattled the Washington Post
The Rev. Clennon King is unique. Period.
If Shooting really starts, whites aren't going to be there