Curt Clawson is Florida's newest congressman. In fact, it's his one-month anniversary on the job after winning the seat vacated by Trey "Cocaine Congressman" Radel. He positioned himself heavily in the campaign as an "outsider," and, well, yesterday he certainly proved that he's clueless to the in ... More >>
How the U.S. Chamber of Commerce became the greatest (bumbling) enemy of America.
As YouTube becomes increasingly wealthy, its stars and the networks that contract with them battle for money and creative control.
Ask your average American Joe about cricket, and he'll picture noblemen, dressed in white livery, sipping cups of tea while a sickly servant polishes their finely carved bats. But a new lawsuit claims the state of cricket in the U.S. is anything but aristocratic. A Silicon Valley millionaire is now ... More >>
Want to enjoy the delicious aroma of bacon anytime, anywhere? Denny's has partnered with Pacific Ocean-Rhino Kinetics, a leading Silicon Valley company, to create a new app that allows customers to "get their bacon fix direct from their phone," as John Dillon, Denny's VP of Marketing and Developm ... More >>
Remember back in 2003 when California elected Arnold Schwarzenegger as governor and the rest of the world was like, "Wow, what a strange world we live in." Well, he's still governor, and he doesn't have many nice words for Florida.While trying to talk up California's tourism industry at a Silicon ... More >>
Haiti is in sheer survival mode right now and technology is helping in ways that will not only benefit earthquake survivors in the coming weeks, but also in the years to come.Geeks have been pondering since last weekend -- the first series of Crisis Camps for Haiti took place in D.C., Los Angeles ... More >>
More than 2 million registered users have worked with Scrapblog's easy-to-use interface.Miami startup Scrapblog is apparently saying bye-bye to Silicon Beach and moving its physical office to the San Francisco area, according to word on the street. Though the company has not yet made an official ann ... More >>
What a drag.
Saturday and Sunday marked the South Beach Wine & Food Fest's premier event, the Grand Tasting Village, which cordoned off a huge strip of South Beach the size of three or four football fields and filled it with hundreds of restaurants, distributors, wine vendors, and wineries, all flinging so m ... More >>
First thing you do is drive to East Kendall. Yes, I know that's not exactly Miami, but would you have read this if I said "Best Indian food in East Kendall?" I didn't think so.Next you head to Ayesha's Kitchen to learn how to cook the best Indian food in Kendall or Miami. If she is home she'll likel ... More >>
Good news for anyone in the area who wants to buy an eco-friendly ride but doesn't want to be cheap about it. Tesla Motors will be opening a Miami show room and service center sometime in the first quarter of next year. The firm was founded in Silicon Valley (as in: not Detroit) in 2003 to make Am ... More >>
A short, short time ago in an industrial park not far away, a group of rebel forces dared take on Steve Jobs and his Apple empire. Call it Psystar Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Apple recently hit Psystar, the Miami based company that produces Mac clones, with a copyright infringement laws ... More >>
Feuding neighbors, art objects, and combative cops
Surveying the best country/rock/blues records of the year
Here's what we'd do if I were in charge
Porn in Miami Beach is just another franchise operation
From the issue of August 23, 2001
Phil Lesh is grateful to be alive, and to leave the lawsuits to the lawyers
One guess who'll control access to the Internet
Miami-Dade's Democratic Party is a shambles. Blame Joe Geller, candidate and chairman.
The redemption of Bret Easton Ellis
Q: What's a nice guy like Alberto Ibargen doing at a place like the Miami Herald? A: Exactly what his money-grubbing bosses want him to do.