The Miami Heat must break the Indiana Pacers tonight. It's time to rid themselves of, as Ray Allen would say, the Pacers "buffoonery." It's damn time to get this Pacers team out of our lives, and move onto an NBA Finals rematch against either the Oklahoma City Thunder or San Antonio Spurs. Tonight t ... More >>
If the officials weren't enough to make Heat fans want to throw a potted plant into their TV sets Wednesday night, Lance Stephenson put them over the edge. In game five's 93-90 loss, Stephenson put on a display of some of the most obnoxious, childish, and overall disgusting behavior you will ever se ... More >>
Well, well, well, it looks like we have ourselves a good ol' fashioned Mexican standoff here . After eight months of basketball, the Miami Heat find themselves right where they always figured they would be, four games from their fourth straight NBA Finals appearance, with only the Indiana Pacers sta ... More >>
Lydia had just left a phone message, and it sounded urgent. "I need a babysitter," she murmured into the Miami man's voicemail from her house on East Seventh Street. "There are a few kids here that need to be disciplined. I really need someone to get through to these rascals, but be discreet!" Disc ... More >>
Before last night's game, LeBron James said the Heat would 'be ready' to face a Pacers team that had done a ton of trash talking against the Heat dating back to last year's Eastern Conference Semifinals when the Heat started that series down 2-1. Then the Pacers came out and dominated the boards en ... More >>
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Events for everyone from the rug rats to the barflies
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An artist acts on his discovery that the city was born in slavery
The Grand Prix Americas is kind of a drag
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The majestic South Beach theater, soon to reopen as a dance club, has been to ruin and back
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A requiem for some heavyweights that have tussled with the wrecking ball and lost
Dade's Architectural history tumbles toward extinction
Undeterred by Miami's history of hops flops, local microbreweries unleash a new round of beer pressure
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