File this under: "It comes from a British tabloid, but it almost makes sense." UK newspaper The Sun reports that David Beckham is hoping to bring the world's highest-paid soccer player, Cristiano Renaldo, to his MLS team in Miami.
David Beckham didn't say much we didn't already know, but damn did he look good. Becks took the PAMM podium in a slate gray suit this morning to officially announce that Major League Soccer's newest team would be in Miami. "Miami... is a vibrant city. It's a city with a lot of passion," he said, de ... More >>
On Monday, ESPN reported that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is planning to partner with David Beckham to try to bring an MLS expansion team to Miami. MLS commissioner Don Garber, meanwhile, has said that three of the four expansion sites after New York City FC have been "spoken for." Miami, Orlando ... More >>
When Real Madrid and Chelsea came to Sun Life Stadium for an exhibition game back in August the game came to an odd, temporary stop when a 19-year-old fan ran onto the field to hug superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and whisper sweet little nothings in his ear. Now the Real Madrid is asking Miami-Dade pr ... More >>
There will be "more paint!" Just 12 days ago, Life in Color announced its first-ever music festival at Miami's Sun Life Stadium with an all-out (though curiously paint-free) volley of rave robots, party lazers, and DJ R3hab during the Guinness International Champions Cup final between Chelsea and R ... More >>
When you're getting ready to throw your first music festival in the heart of the city that raised you, it's important to make a big impression. But how big Is big? Try reaching out to 67,000 people during the height of the International Champions Cup final between Chelsea and Real Madrid, and that o ... More >>
In Europe, it's not uncommon to sign promising kids to pro contracts well before their voice changes. Real Madrid signed a 7-year-old prodigy a couple of years ago, and Arsenal supposedly talked about giving a youth contract to former star Robin van Persie's 5-year-old kid, the spectacularly named S ... More >>
The women came in high heels and skin-tight dresses. The men wore expensive suits with glittering cufflinks. And the lamb chops were encrusted with pistachio. It was, in other words, a sumptuous show befitting the La Liga -- or "the greatest soccer league in the universe," as a video confidently ann ... More >>
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the biggest soccer stars in the world, so we doubt he has informed opinions on local tax and political issues in Miami-Dade. That's not going to stop him from appearing all over your TV screen for the next few weeks trying to get you to support the Miami Dolphins quest to ... More >>
The Miami Heat might be the most successful team in town right now, but the Dolphins still reign supreme in terms of most valuable franchise. Forbes.com has listed the world's most valuable sports teams. The Fins came in 22nd overall, but the Heat didn't even make the cut.
See Crossfade's full 53-photo slideshow from Sweatstock 2012. If there's a Miami musician who's best suited to accompany early afternoon drinking on a rainy day, it's Jesse Jackson. Driven inside Churchill's Pub by the rain, Miami's favorite melancholy scruffster played a set pulled from his appro ... More >>
Have y'all filed your taxes yet? That Tuesday, April 17 deadline is right around the corner, folks. And unless you're pulling a Mitt Romney and keeping your change in foreign bank accounts, prepare to be fucked by the long dick of the Internal Revenue Service. Our suggestion, file an extension a ... More >>
We don't know who he is, but we bet he's sad Hed Kandi closed.Hed Kandi Lounge was supposed to be South Beach's elite dance club, a classy refuge from Mansion across the street. You could go there and eat expensive foam -- um, molecular gastronomy -- and then dance to psychedelic Muzak -- um, ... More >>
Goal! follows an immigrant's pursuit of a European fantasy