The artist formerly known as Tity Boi (AKA 2 Chainz) was "riding round [and] gettin' it" with six of his homies last night on his way to a homecoming show at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore when state police pulled the rapper over on a routine traffic stop. Unfortunately for Mr. Chainz, t ... More >>
Former Miami Hurricanes All-American and NFL player Bryant McKinnie denies he owes money to two Miami strip clubs despite a lawsuit filed by Charles "Pop" Young, the father of rapper Trick Daddy. Young's suit alleges that McKinnie failed to pay on a $375,000 strip club tab.
Miami's police authorities may not be the best, but at least they are living in the real world. Frederick H. Bealefeld III, the police commissioner in Baltimore, is apparently really, really pissed off that the fictional Miami police officer on your TV set are sexy and cool and awesome. All Balti ... More >>
One of the most important components of the critically acclaimed, thoroughly addicting series The Wire was its portrayal of the current circumstances afflicting those simply trying to survive in the inner-city. Loosely based on lead writer David Simon's experiences as a crime reporter for the Baltim ... More >>
The current staff of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave is still pretending like they're running the country and doing little pretend press briefings, even though the press could give a shit about them now. So the White House is all like, "hey, right back at you, press." Today, a reporter asked Press Secretary D ... More >>
Tribune Co., the multimedia company that owns The Sun-Sentinel and The Orlando Sentinel officially filed for bankruptcy this morning. From The Wall Street Journal: In recent days, as Chicago-based Tribune continued talks with lenders to restructure its debt, the newspaper-and-television concern hire ... More >>
Owner Michael Gill and trainer Mark Shuman, exonerated by lab test, hit back
They're calling the Asian snakehead "the Frankenfish"
Is the South Beach scene declining?
From the issue of May 10, 2001
People are fleeing in record numbers and not being replaced. Morale has hit bottom. News coverage has been severely curtailed. Money is scarce. And the corporate bigshots love it.