Inside a windowless warehouse across from the Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance, workers rip up carpet and pressure-clean AstroTurf. Construction of several film sets is underway. One is meant to look like a college library; another, a receptionist's office. A third is modeled after a stereotypical 20- ... More >>
For those of you who wish you could pluck Marlins team President David Samson from Marlins Park and place him somewhere on a desolate island far, far away -- your dreams have come true. Apparently he'll be a contestant on the next season of Survivor. It show how seriously he takes his job that he ... More >>
Khalilah Camacho-Ali remembers the first time she walked into 5th Street Gym in Miami Beach was during the summer of 1967. Back then she was known as Belinda, the 17-year-old second bride of the man who would go on to become the greatest boxer of all time: Muhammad Ali. At that time, Ali had been ... More >>
Number Ones: Up Close and Personal Tour
Christina Swanson could be a champ again. Too bad few have the guts to face her.
Victims of a Bolivian massacre seek justice in Miami.
A UM professor gathers an ugly hidden history of rape and forgetting
Francis Ford Coppola delivers one from the heart, and makes a stop in Miami
Which patch of green grass has Miami Beach bluebloods brandishing machetes and clubs?
MTV's cattle call, Miami's bigotry, free weekly's big dis
According to these folks, there's hope for America's most impoverished city
April 23- 29, 1998
Dogged by grabby ex-wives and financial scandals, a Texas prophet-for-profit brings his TV act to Miami Beach
Treasure hunter, diving extremist, and aspiring filmmaker Ron McManmon launches the ultimate party barge and introduces the gentleman's sport of shark riding
Ever wanted to rub out every single insect in your home? Rent a tent!
The church is Russian. The priest is from Boston. The founders were midgets. And the congregation is slim to none.
If the USDA's downsizing program kills off the historic Subtropical Research Station in South Dade, it wouldn't be a total loss
For 66 days Bill and Simonne Butler drifted together on a tiny raft in the Pacific. After they were finally rescued and came back to Miami, they drifted apart.