Turns out Papa Dios doesn't take prayers from Hank Adorno. The South Florida Business Journal reports that the Florida Supreme Court has suspended the prominent Miami attorney from practicing law. And he has 30 days to prove to the court why he shouldn't be barred permanently. The decision stems ... More >>
A judicial referee says Hank Adorno isn't entitled to a $2 million in taxpayer moneyEvery night, before he goes to sleep, Hank Adorno must get on his knees, fold his hands, and thank Papa Dios that he hasn't lost his license to practice law.Last year, the Florida Bar found that the civil attorney ... More >>
To read past installments of ¿Que Pasa, M.I.A?, click here. Trying to make a New Year's resolution stick is like trying to get all your friends to call you by a self-appointed nickname. (Dudes, bro, from now on call me Shatterstar. ) This year, I'm gonna buckle down and really stick to my res ... More >>
The singer, dancer, and lover starts '09 with his own New Times column.