Apparently Udonis Haslem was getting sick of sharing the "Mayor of Miami" nickname with Trick Daddy and Real Housewife Lea Black (in addition to, you know, the actual mayor of Miami), so he's decided on a new handle. The Miami Heat star would now like to only be known as "Django."
It's 3:30 on Saturday afternoon in Miami's Design District. A live rendition of "Canción del Mariachi" drowns out the beep, beep, beep of delivery trucks backing into alleyways behind contemporary furniture stores and restaurants that Crossfade can only afford when someone else is paying. "Soy un ... More >>
"What's you name?" Tyler Okonma asks an audience member in Minneapolis. The guy in the crowd introduces himself as Melvin. Naturally, Okonma replies, "I fucking hate you, Melvin." In a 12-month span, Tyler, The Creator, and his gang of street punks have gone from relative West Coast obscurity t ... More >>
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Miami's quintessential bad boy climbs back in the ring with The Wrestler.
Go behind the scenes of this hood war.
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Glen Johnson pounded away at the fight game for years before earning his big break
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MTV Español stars Sóniko want to take you to their planet
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The problem isn't the new multiplex coming to Lincoln Road. It's that Miami has no indie film scene. At it's not getting better.
When an old friend told me she had produced and directed a major motion picture, I was pleasantly surprised. Then she told me what the movie was about.