YouTube launched in 2005; so did Perez Hilton. How that year changed America — and took down Tom Cruise.
If you worked hard earlier this month to avoid the gruesome Facebook photo Derek Medina posted of his just-murdered wife, beware: The death scene is now plastered across a tabloid in the supermarket aisle. The National Enquirer has reprinted the bloody shot of 26-year-old Jennifer Alonso that Medina ... More >>
When Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt bought the Chateau Miraval estate in Provence, this was not just another celebrity branding attempt. The power couple uses the chateau, which dates back to the 14th century, as their summer home and operates the vineyards on their estate. To make their wines, they ... More >>
Kim Kardashian has been getting more than her fair share of press this week -- not all of it as glowing as the mother-to-be's complexion.First, Kim tweeted an acupuncture session; then she was trounced by critics for her supporting role in Tyler Perry's new movie, Temptation. To make matters wo ... More >>
Woah, what the fuck year is it? Looks and sounds like 2006. Because Britney Spears is hitting the headlines with Federline baby drama. Oops, girl, you did it again. Turns out, Feddie Le Bland's brother is claiming a love triangle with the singing baby mama. He even says Brit's lil' bundle of joy ... More >>
Just when you think you know someone, because they've literally grown up in the public eye, you find out that they're one of four wives to an Arab millionaire and a secret Muslim! Well, that's what the National Enquirer is saying about Janet Jackson in its latest cover story. And you know the 'Quir ... More >>
Luther Campbell, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke counsels New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin. The New York Knicks and Jeremy Lin are coming to town this Thursday, February ... More >>
Stop us if you've heard this one: Miami Heat great Glen Rice had a "steamy" one-night stand with Tea Party queen bee Sarah Palin back when he was a University of Michigan star and she was a local TV sportscaster. Wait, no one has ever heard that one before because it's INSANE.Yet it just&nbs ... More >>
Twitter almost collapsed under the weight of all the "Why don't you have a seat over here?" jokes being made Wednesday night.You know who he is: The expensive haircut, the cheap ties. The fake tan, the small-town wrestling announcer voice.He's Chris Hansen, the former host of NBC's To Catch A Pre ... More >>
via mc2Ben Becker, a former tanning butler, has gone on to a modeling career. The Ritz loses most or their tanning butlers that way.Why is the media so obsessed with the Ritz-Carlton on South Beach's tanning butler position? The Miami Herald showed up to cover the audtions for the hotel's next su ... More >>
We certainly aren't above trafficking in celeb rumors, but we haven't won 20 Pulitzer prizes. In fact, when we do delve into pop culture hearsay we at least make sure it's relevant to the local community, and report it with a heavy tone of skepticism when applicable.The Miami Herald apparently do ... More >>
CC by 2.0, via P Keigan's FlickrThe bunnies are at the Sagamore on Saturday night.Is it really any surprise? Maxim magazine's annual Super Bowl bash is famously full of the perky, pneumatic flesh featured in its pages, as well as all the celebrities, pseudo-celebrities, and just wealthy and well- ... More >>
The New York Times Magazine's massive piece about the Marco Rubio vs. Charlie Crist race just went online. If you've been keeping a close eye on the race, and reading our nearly obsessive coverage, there's not a lot new to learn besides some interesting color here and there. If you haven't, it's ... More >>
Ah, the life of an ex-president. When the wife isn't unleashing you like an aging attack froodle on this or that Junior Senator in pursuit of her master plan, it's actually pretty serene. Flying to and fro in private jets; staying in the world's finest hotels in every locale; getting paid $100,000 t ... More >>
The Other Woman gives voice to wives, mistresses, and those caught in between.
In 2003 I picked up the very first issue of Radar on an Eckerd drugstore shelf. Things have changed since then. Eckerd in Florida is now CVS, and as of this Friday, Radar (after three different incarnations) exists only as a crappy celeb gossip site owned by Boca Raton-based American Media Incorpora ... More >>
The National Enquirer is reporting that OJ Simpson is dealing with massive withdrawal symptoms in jail after being forced to cut back on his daily painkiller intake. Now, ok it's The friggin' Enquirer (where do they even fall on the credibility scale anymore? More or less than Perez Hilton? They wer ... More >>
He's going down for wasteful spending.
Last night, sometime after 6 p.m., Miami City Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones and more than three dozen of her supporters engaged in a spiritual cleansing inside the New Providence Missionary Baptist Church in Liberty City. In case you are not up to speed, Spence-Jones is facing possible criminal ... More >>
INDEMAND What, Me Worry? Well, not really, but according to the National Enquirer, notorious Miamian O.J. Simpson is writing a "hypothetical" book in which he will "speculate" about the events of June 12, 1994 — the night Nicole Brown Simpson and friend Ron Goldman were murdered. "O.J ... More >>
How do we loathe Jilda Unruh? Let us count the ways.
Read all about it: Republicans conspire to ruin public education!
Miami mayoral candidate Manny Diaz may look like an outsider, but his political history places him squarely on the inside
Karetnick is convincing in this miniseries
Remember the stolen car? The crackhouse and hooker? The incomparable entertainment value? Well, the show must go on!
From the issue of October 26, 2000
One of the best plays this year tackles the funny topic of sex and violence
Chris Paciello, the dangerous darling of the SoBe nightlife set, has a reputation for fisticuffs. And mob ties.
Howard Garrett carries the torch for an aging aquatic entertainer named Lolita
Armed only with their pens and their pit-bull protagonist, Rolando and Josue Matos sic Lycanthrope on Miami and the comic book world