After Trayvon Martin's supporters mourned Saturday's not-guilty verdict, hundreds of thousands have turned to the Department of Justice to urge the feds to make a second attempt to convict George Zimmerman of civil rights violations. The DOJ has confirmed that its inquiry into the case remains open ... More >>
LIV Nightclub, FacebookIt's the first weekend of 2012. And after two consecutive weeks of hard holiday ballin', the $100,000 parties have finally come to an end. Lucky for us, however, we live in America's playground and there's always something to do. From hip-hop spots to electro-house mega ... More >>
Via facebook.com/LARiotsOfficialOften associated with violent street crime, urban decay, and N.W.A., South Central Los Angeles is generally considered a residential wasteland, the type of gritty, big-city neighborhood where dreams die and poverty prevails. During the early '90s, it was the epic ... More >>
via YouTubeHalloween night in Coconut Grove is a well-known annual mad house, and police are out in full force. Though, this year it seems that City of Miami police officers may have gotten out of hand with their use of force on partying patrons. A YouTube video has been making the rounds in city ... More >>
An officer says his brothers in blue injured unarmed suspects.
In 1992 the city of Los Angeles was besieged by thousand of rioters lashing out angrily against the verdict of the racially-charged Rodney King case. 15 years later, Southern Californian DJ/producers Daniel LeDisko and Jon Pegnato would, with no shortage of irony, dub themselves L.A. Riots in hom ... More >>
Here's a freshly uploaded promotional video for Sublime's demo song called "Miami" from track 11 of Disc 4 on the DVD that comes with the Everything Under The Sun box set, a collection of Sublime bootlegs and rarities released by Geffen Records in 2006.One of the band's most popular songs is "Apri ... More >>
Oh, Jose...For some reason Miami-Dade still hasn't gotten around to renaming Jose Canseco Street, but Mr. Canseco is wasting no time in bringing more ridiculous schadenfreude to his already pretty shamfeul legacy. Apparently admitting to steroid abuse, appearing in such fine fare as The ... More >>
The officer who pulled a "Walt Disney" with the facts has been called a liar before.
Racial tension, above and below the surface, in Neil LaBute's Lakeview Terrace.
Can’t we all just get along? Now, on South Beach, we can
Women with disabilities are bold and beautiful at the Dorsch
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of hip-hopness
In 1988, Ron Shelton made Bull Durham. In 2002, it couldn't be done.
For the Rawlo Boys, it's sex, rap, and civil rights
One of the best plays this year tackles the funny topic of sex and violence
Daniel Budin owns one of the most famous ships on Earth. Not surprisingly, that didn't stop the Miami police from messing with him.
A discussion with executive editor Martin Baron
The Miami Herald took on the world's biggest news story -- and flopped
Ever dreamed of being on the brainy game show? Think you could sweep the board? Yeah, Ted B. Kissell did too.
From deep within the Miami Police Department comes a convoluted tale of sketchy videotape, allegations of official misconduct, and two tickets to the Stanley Cup finals
The Dade corrections department has yet to recover from the beating of Frank Dennis. And that was more than three years ago.
If racial strife and political bickering were crimes, the entire staff of Dade County's corrections department would be locked up
Raul Rodriguez said he killed a man during a 1991 holdup at Malaga restaurant. At his trial this spring, the jury didn't see it that way.
After a dry decade, the grass is looking somewhat greener for Paisley Park, the label headed by Whatshisname
A Miami heavy-metal band goes for the show-biz brass ring
Short on the sides and leave a little on top today, please, Professor. And give me a little of that Sicilian Defense while you're at it.
Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics
But the album's sales are up, up, up. No wonder so many more cops are dying now.
Bob Marley provides the soundtrack on a tiny, mixed-up island. Burnin' and lootin'? Not exactly.
Nine months after he seized and erased a private citizen's video cassette, a Coral Gables lawman finally feels the heat