From June 1 through June 10, The Standard in Miami Beach is partnering with Belvedere vodka to create a cocktail menu to help raise money for the "EAT (RED). DRINK (RED). SAVE LIVES.," a campaign by Michelin-starred restaurants and bars donating money to The Global Fund to fight AIDS. The ten day ... More >>
This week, the first organized opposition to Florida's looming vote on legalized marijuana has set up shop in Tampa, thanks to a six-figure donation from GOP power player Mel Sembler. To front his new anti-pot PAC, Sembler chose Carlton Turner, a former drug czar for President Ronald Reagan. Unfor ... More >>
DJ Paris Hilton is super sorry, you guys. Yesterday, she pissed off a bunch of Dorothy's friends by makings some rude and insensitive comments about the gay community. She didn't mean it, though. Because she didn't know her conversation was being recorded by a cab driver. But since everyone freake ... More >>
DJ Paris Hilton, heiress extraordinaire and total role model, has taken a break from dropping beats to drop some seriously insane comments about "gay guys." Even though she seems like the type of girl who'd have a million gay friends, because she's rich and skinny, it turns out that Paris thinks th ... More >>
Twenty-four-year-old Derrick Burts has revealed himself as "patient Zeta" -- the porn actor who tested positive for HIV and set of a scare earlier this year in California's adult entertainment industry. Burts, who was only active in porn for a few months, occupied an interesting place in the ind ... More >>
While state laws are trying to put a stop to South Florida's notorious pill mills, the area is still a popular destination for those looking to load up on illicit substances. Kelly Mowery and four others recently made a bit of an OxyContin shopping trip in Miami. While returning to Tennessee by v ... More >>
Fight AIDS by going out to eat tonight at any of over 20 Miami-Dade restaurants including 8 Oz. Burger Bar, The Café at Books & Books, Chef Allen's, Hakkasan, and miniBAR. They'll each be donating a portion of their proceeds for the evening to Care Resource, a South Florida non-profit commun ... More >>
Dwyane Wade's divorce continues to get uglier, with both sides talking to the press. His estranged wife, ol' what's her name -- VinceVaughn Wade? SeaQuest Wade? Oh, Siohvaughn Wade -- had her attorneys fire back at Dwyane's charges that she's an unfit parent with a penchant for wacky religion and ... More >>
via Miami Herald/CorrectionsYesterday, Johnson Jamerson, an HIV-positive drifter, was sentenced to 15 years for biting a police officer after threatening to infect him with the virus. The sentence seems stiff considering the CDC says biting "is not a common way of transmitting HIV." In all r ... More >>
via Flicker ccArmy veteran Juan Rivera has been asking some painful questions lately: "How long do I have to live? What do I do now? And gow could this happen?"The hardworking 55-year-old long-haul truck driver -- who served his country for 13 years -- just discovered he has HIV. He contracted ... More >>
A look at the three nastiest allegations surrounding the Heat superstar.
It included horsy porn and hopscotch.
A social experiment turns into a finger-lickin' good time.
V is for Vagina (Puscifer Entertainment/RED)
Take one of these and don't call us in the morning We at New Times neither advocate nor condone irresponsible behavior, but we do understand that a bottle (or two) of wine, a few candles, and a dark, storm-drenched sky can, how should we say, get you in the mood. And there are times when, try ... More >>
Octavio Campos presents a life choice
Serious, seriously funny Eve Ensler explodes the feminine mystique
Tiffany Andretta Arieagus
Chickens donate parts for a worthy cause
As the number of cesarean section deliveries in South Florida soars, some women use midwives to learn to trust their bodies and give birth naturally
Anarchists and baseball and parrots and jazz
Is this play rude, crude, and offensive? Yes, but not in a good way.
Dining by Design
Dame Edna: The Royal Tour
Jeanne and the Perfect Guy
For Miami filmmaker Tag Purvis, completing his first full-length movie wasn't just a matter of going home. He also had to stay alive.
An international group of academics dissects the South Beach party scene
A TV show about a curative plant sends Miami's Spanish-speaking community into a buying tizzy
In recovery, out in the field, members of the Partnership to Empower Parents reach out to Miami's drug-dependent mothers
A song, a video, an oportunity to help kids affected by AIDS
Funding cuts, allegations of fraud, and a marriage gone sour: La Liga Contra SIDA falls on hard times
Convicted eight years ago in the infamous Country Walk molestation case, Frank Fuster still maintains his innocence. Maybe now a judge will listen.
The canned CAN executive director gets a little help from the Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security