Yo, Mahomies! Only a week and a half ago, Austin Mahone -- your fave Texas-bred, Miami-based, Cash Money-signed 17-year-old pop sensation -- was forced to postpone his entire MTV Artist to Watch Tour because "I've never felt so bad." But like a true teenage dreamboat, Ameezy (and yes, that's an ac ... More >>
It's not exactly a secret that traffic in Miami is bad, so the only thing surprising about a new list out today is that Miami didn't make the top ten.According to data released today by the INRIX Traffic Scorecard, Miami has the 11th most congested traffic of any city in America.
Hate to say it, but some of you at Coachella will be approached by police officers assuming you have drugs. Well, you just may, but guess what? You still have rights, man. Cameron Bowman is here to help! As a music festival lover and attorney at San Jose firm Valencia, Ippolito & Bowman, he's a ... More >>
Bey is back. After a publicity tour touting her hot post-Blue Ivy bod on the covers of dudely mags like GQ (and despite scandalizing America by lip-syncing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Obama's inauguration), Beyonce made her big return last night at Super Bowl XLVII. She rocked a supertight, swe ... More >>
DJ Shadow says, "Listen." From '90s sample-heavy hip-hop to millenial hyphy experiments, he has been predicting the next phase of rap music for 20 years. But now the 40-year-old experimental hip-hop DJ-producer (born Joshua Paul Davis in San Jose, California) has just released a multi-disc, care ... More >>
Cancel whatever plans you've already made for Saturday, June 8, 2013 ... Because Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, and Stevie Nicks are getting the band back together. Fleetwood Mac announced a 34-city North American reunion tour yesterday, curbing any and all Rumors that "The Chain ... More >>
See also "Lady Gaga Stinks Like FAME" and "World's Most Powerful Women in Pop: From Gaga to J.Lo." Lady Gaga has been straight pissing people off with her latest tour, the Born This Way Ball. She canceled her trip to Indonesia, landed amid some serious protesters in the Philippines and riled up Ko ... More >>
Dun Dun Da Dun Dun Dun Da Dun Da Dun Da Dun. We are 24 hours away from the opening ceremony for the Games of the XXX Olympiad. While Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade aren't joining LeBron James on the basketball court, we've still got some serious Team USA contenders representing the 305, 954, and the 561 ... More >>
See also "Cuban American Gymnast Begins Quest for Olympic Glory" and "Miami's Olympic Gymnastic Gets Second At VISA Championship."On Saturday, Miami native Danell Leyva took first place at the Olympic gymnastic trials in San Jose, California. That makes him the first Cuban-American to represent Team ... More >>
Legend has it that a dollop of peanut butter will turn a wolf into a monster. Similarly, a nominally priced monthly fee will turn you into a monster music collector, like Peanut Butter Wolf and his new digital music subscription. The San Jose, California native, who broke onto the hip-hop scene ... More >>
Once upon a time (fifty years ago) the Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group began inviting various winemakers to share new labels and limited releases with their dedicated business driven lunch crowd. Obviously those guys enjoyed their vino, because the event was a such a hit that they are now ... More >>
In news that will shock no one who eats out on South Beach, parks in Brickell or tries to buy some influence with the Miami-Dade County Commission (those lobbying fees ain't cheap!), Miami has been honored this morning as one of the most overpriced towns in the nation.High unemployment, skyrocket ... More >>
The life of migrant farmers and Mexican immigrants are topical subjects often overlooked by the American music industry. But those issues weigh heavily on Los Tigres del Norte. The norteño group is considered one of the most influential acts of all time. On record, Los Tigres share the plight ... More >>
While it may be increasingly difficult to actually secure employment in Miami, those of us who have seem to love our job. That's according to a new study by CareerBliss.com that analyzed more than 43,000 employee reviews across the country. It's actually the second year in a row that Miami took t ... More >>
Even though Mr. Good Stuff isn't quite a year old, the yellow food truck that serves up lunas, Venezuelan corn meal arepas overstuffed with brisket, curry, pulled pork, or meatloaf, is already a television star.Cooking Channel's Eat St. filmed the truck back in the late spring. The Canadian-based ... More >>
Photo by Sarah LeeColdplay's Chris Martin.Even though cranky American music snobs like Crossfade might dismiss Chris Martin and Coldplay as foreign providers of "safe and sentimental sonic wallpaper," there's no denying that this Brit pop-rock crew stands to inherit the proverbial arena whenever ... More >>
There's no doubt that Jay-Z -- even as hip-hop's retired-unretired elder statesman -- still balls like the best of 'em. Just last night Hova was makin' it rain at the Fountainebleau's LIV in Miami Beach, dropping more $100,000 on a single bottle of champagne in celebration of the release of his n ... More >>
Parable.Miami MC Parable is in fight mode. His new mixtape, VS, sees him trading hooks with artists like Llamabeats, throwing jabs at producers like the Miami Beat Wave, and stepping razors against DJ Guilletine. Soon, Parable will be crisscrossing the nation on a promo tour that'll take h ... More >>
There are certain things that studies and data analysis don't really need to tell us, like, for example, that the commute-time traffic in Miami is pretty horrible. Yet, whenever these scientist or mathematicians or data-obsessed journalists tell us something we already know, and perhaps rank it, ... More >>
We are still in the news-hole hell of July, which means it's cucumber season. Which means the Daily Beast keeps pumping out city ranking lists and we keep covering them. This latest lineup by listmeister Richard Florida isn't surprisingl: Miami/Fort Lauderdale has more immigrants than any other m ... More >>
Chicano Joe Kapp lead Vikings to the Super BowlRemember Joe Kapp? The famous Latino quarterback long before the NFL was courting Latino viewers? With the Jets and Mark Sanchez out of the picture, Latinos won't have much to root for come Super Bowl Sunday. Colts wide receiver Anthony G ... More >>
"I surely hope our entire community will show Barry this is intolerable behavior."
Los Tigres del Norte sing the tales of those who can't.
Action Taken in Solidarity with Phoenix New Times
I didn't want a bunch of dudes who could beat me in my sleep.
Unions glom onto the DeFede legacy
It's new, it's cool, and Huizenga hates it
Is our airport the most user-unfriendly in America? No, just one of four really unhappy landing sites.
Battered by severe budget cuts, staff reductions, and sudden management changes, the Miami Heraldconfronts its uncertain future
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Cuban exile and WRHC-AM sports talk-show host Minito Navarro has always had a passion for punchers
With the growing popularity of car security systems that can talk, it might be time to consider a new kind of emissions control
Two brave men take an afternoon stroll down Calle Ocho -- with a coffee break at every single cafe cubano joint along the way