Even Barack Obama's biggest detractors admit that the man is a gifted orator. So the nation was left slack jawed last night by his weak performance. It was like watching LeBron James get schooled by Kyle Korver or something.In the day-to-day horse race, it certainly doesn't look good for the Obama c ... More >>
In the heady early '70s, it was common for new fans to mistakenly believe that Jethro Tull, the band, was named after the flautist who balanced precipitously on one leg. But the real Jethro Tull was an 18th-century English agricultural engineer and inventor while the wild-eyed, flute-wielding prog ... More >>
To outsiders, the marriage of 72-year-old Maciej Nowicki and 27-year-old Brygida Scheffler probably seemed like a real-life fairy tale -- the kind of relationship where the pair could talk or not talk forever and still find things not to talk about. But when Nowicki accused Scheffler ... More >>
Did y'all catch 2012 Masters golf champ Bubba Watson falling apart yesterday during the first round of the U.S. Open? Homie's tied for 92nd at eight strokes behind the leader, Michael Thompson. The poor guy couldn't buy a decent shot, choking helplessly on national television as shit went from bad ... More >>
It's impossible to talk about minimal techno without mentioning Minus label darling Magda. The Polish-born, Detroit-bred DJ-producer is one of the most highly respected women in the male-dominated EDM game. For over a decade, she's earned cred through hectic touring and an unwavering commitm ... More >>
In Miami's jungle of condo towers, 16 people have jumped to their deaths.
An epic condo bust can't burst his bubble.
A gallery burns and Lowbrow work is lost forever.
For alumni of America's most prestigious film festival, winning is less than half the battle
Square Peg Productions offers blood, guts, and ritual in Three Angels
Jon Jacobs wants to make a fortune. His business: virtual real estate.
Force-feeding amounts to either animal farming or grotesque torture, but do our chefs give a duck?
The Americanization of the telenovela: in Spanish, in Miami
Drugs, guns, violence, beauty, style, and the illusory world of Miami Vice
At the Winter Music Conference, P. Diddy blows up dance music while the U.S. blows up Iraq
Lido Spa's sale to a hip hotelier is not just the end of an era -- it's a death in the family
Even if this anabolic steroid is only a support drug in the war on HIV, why take it off the market?
It takes more than just corsets to keep Rasputina tightly strung
Bogdan Raczynski blew up Ibiza. Now he's ready to do damage in Miami.
MoCA takes up with the Surrealist when he was at his best
The heartless sea claimed the Fantome and crew
Panamanian pianist Danilo Perez takes diplomacy as seriously as he does jazz
Dissecting the American dream: Red, white, and Jew
Miami Jewish Film Festival
Possibly the most influential person in Miami's ongoing facelift is a Paris-born, Toronto-raised workaholic named Edie Laquer
In an act of audacious short-sightedness, Miami is offering its finest bayfront property to the highest bidder
As a minority recruiter for the U.S. national soccer team, Juan Carlos Michia doesn't just love soccer, he lives it
Can the courts order a wronged father to keep quiet? David Ziskind doesn't think so.
Beset by internecine battles, troubled leadership, and funding cuts, the local office of the Florida Department of Health is in need of intensive care.
Battling cancer, veteran pol Dante Fascell talks of war, Cuba, and a lifetime of putting Miami on the map
Unrepentant leftist, friend to Castro, and loyal Cuban, Max Lesnik continues to defy the ideological mandates of el exilio
Bounced checks, phony documents, multiple bankruptcies, countless lawsuits, burned business partners, and an army of avenging attorneys might discourage most entrepreneurs. But as far as Mohamed Ibrahim is concerned, it all just comes out in the wash.
Rachel Better never worried about her stateless status until the INS locked her up. Then it was too late.
Chico O'Farrill. Bebo Valds. Prez Prado. Cachao. A vibrant musical era was swallowed by the revolution, but not before the Panart record company put it on a platter.
For Yehudis Levitin, painting was the path to freedom from the strict Hasidic world
By dying rich, Dora Pomeranc ensured that Dade's probate court would continue to be a very lively place
The church is Russian. The priest is from Boston. The founders were midgets. And the congregation is slim to none.
For the comics who play South Florida's condo circuit, knockin' 'em dead is a disturbingly distinct possibility
Miami artists share their wry hopes, sly hopes, and high hopes for the coming year