The holidays revolve around eating, which is why it makes perfect sense for your gift-giving to revolve around eating too. And with Christmas less than two weeks away, it's officially shopping crunch time. To help get your gift list squared away, we've rounded up a selection of food-themed present ... More >>
See the slide show "Closer Look: Panther Coffee in Wynwood."
First-rate food cities need great java. And, with Panther Coffee, owners Joel and Leticia Pollock gave Miami just that. Panther Coffee, available at their Wynwood and Miami Beach shops, or at restaurants around town, works intimately with growers and roasts beans on-premises. Remember when the wo ... More >>
With Michael Bay's big-screen adaptation of Pain & Gain opening atop the box office this weekend, masses of moviegoers discovered what Miamians already knew: Pete Collins' tale of bodybuilders gone bad is one hell of a great yarn. But the Sun Gym Gang's capers barely scratch the surface of Miam ... More >>
Last week, I wrote a cover story on the slow death of Cuban American news talk radio in Miami. As the Hispanic population in Miami-Dade has gotten more diverse over the past decade, the frequencies for hardline right-wing programming focused on getting rid of the Castro regime has shrunk considerabl ... More >>
When it comes to Cuba, President Obama can do little right in the eyes of exilio politicians. When he eased travel restrictions to the island, for example, Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen accused him of undermining democracy on the island. Now she's slamming Obama for his decision to order U.S. inspectors ... More >>
Will Bourdain feature Club Deuce on his new show?Anthony Bourdain is debuting his second Travel Channel show this fall. Titled 24-Hour Layover, it will focus on what happens between trips to Greenland and Vietnam and Cuba.In other words, what does Tony do closer to home? The show will b ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. In this special edition, Luke contemplates being county mayor now that the recall election against Carlos Alvarez is set.If Carlos Al ... More >>
A South Miami-Dade baseball league is a potpourri of past, present, and future stars.
Cubans get pissed, an artist gets even, and the supreme prosecutor of the Cuban revolution gets booted from Dadeland.
Longtime con man Thomas Barrett Stringer gets caught
Miami's own DJ Craze comes full circle
Salsa star Luis Enrique tries new beats and — ¡que pena! — says adios to the ponytail
"Miami has lost a premier shooting facility. What a pity!"
They surf, skate, swat, and sprint
Miami responds to Castro's imminent demise
Doug Rodriguez and his brand of Nuevo Latino return to Miami
What was once a quaint Cuban festival is now part pan-Latino flag rally; part Hispanic marketer's dream
The genre of dance theater is taking over local stages
Bill Lara and Pedro Gonzalez have a vision: Unite Miami's small community newspapers as a force to be reckoned with
The City (La Ciudad)
P-Funk to the sixth dimension
Regattus interruptus aboard the Special Warfare dampens historic nude fest
A small bet on the ponies and a big win set off 30 years of banter at this greasy spoon
Small, independent garbage haulers have always had to battle the big companies, but now they have a new foe: the City of Miami
Miamarina wants the raucous La Rumba party boat out. Its owners are crying foul.
As Congress works to curb illegal immigration, a new INS regulation targets aliens who are already here
Smuggling coke by the ton and making money by the bushel. Getting tortured in Panama and eating smoked pork loin in Houston. The courtroom show is riveting, but like Al says, where's the justice?
The Dade Community Relations Board doesn't and isn't very good at relations, either
Want to make a little easy money? Whatever you do, don't go into business hawking hot dogs on the street. It's a jungle out there.
He was an aviation classic: independent, stubborn, savvy. And he was convinced powerful forces were out to ruin him. Did that include government informants and federal agents? Gus Conner will never know.