Justin Timberlake's rise from Mouseketeer to major recording artist, actor, and heartthrob will probably be studied by pop anthropologists 500 years from now. But, for now, Timberlake is alive and coming to the American Airlines Arena for his 20/20 Experience world tour on Wednesday, March 5. As e ... More >>
While news that Miami-Dade County decided to keep all existing libraries open may have seemed like a win, now Mayor Gimenez has released a new plan that could see some of those spared branches open for only 16 hours a week. That's three to five hours a day for four days a week.
The Visual Stimulations for People Who Were High Coachella's art installations -- the ones designed to impress you while you're high, aka all of them -- were particularly impressive this year. There was the tesla coil, the crane that was formerly a flower but now a praying mantis, the giant floresce ... More >>
It appears that Connie Mack IV won't even get to return to D.C. as a member of the House spouse's club. His wife, Mary Bono Mack, served in a House district representing Palm Springs, California, and after coming up short in the early vote tally, local media is now painting her Democratic challenger ... More >>
â€‹Music Loves Fashion has been putting on events that combine music (duh!), fashion (duh!), beautiful people, celebrities, and great locations near Los Angeles and Montreal for a while now. It's best known events are the ones at the Riviera Hotel in Palm Springs, California, which coincide with Coa ... More >>
A new unauthorized biography of Dr. Dre comes from inside his own camp.
Miami spends $50K to find out the obvious.
"Beasley has been working tirelessly behind the scenes"
"The victims will never get justice"
“An up or down vote is all we ask”
The time is now for Miamian Ahsha Rolle, who’s not at NASDAQ
It's all about your religious beliefs, you agnostic, you!
Hear, hear, the man who flew Elvis's plane
Rod McDonald entertains outdoors, dude
Latin rock star strikes back!
All about those columnists' musical chairs.
After the fire, the fire still burns
It's classics vs. jazz on public radio
Corridos y Narcocorridos (Fonovision)
Or, how a libidinous Lothario finds love
Why would a man choose to have himself castrated? That's a question best answered by a fellow known as Gelding.
Gone in 60 Seconds
John Cunningham, the man behind Driveways of the Rich and Famous, works his magic in Miami
When the Divorce Monster showed up in her son's kindergarten classroom, Monica Arana was not pleased
The feds call Rickey Brownlee one of South Florida's biggest narco-traffickers. His friends and neighbors in Opa-locka call him a valiant victim.
Accused of bribery and public corruption, this power pair finds that love and justice prevail
Fate introduced Miami lobbyist Sylvester Lukis to a rising political star named Vicki Lopez-Wolfe. Twenty-two felony charges later, South Florida is still reeling.
Some say Miami Beach's Jose Garca-Pedrosa is a strong city manager. Others tend to employ more colorful language.
Who should be selected as Miami Beach's new city manager? If the politicians insist on holding secret meetings to discuss it, make sure they meet with you!