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    November 17, 2014

    Matt Bai on Herald's Gary Hart Investigation: "It Was Shocking Then and ... It's Shocking Now"

    In 1987, the Miami Herald turned a presidential race on its head. A team of reporters, acting on a tip, staged an elaborate stake-out of Democratic frontrunner Gary Hart at his Washington townhouse. Their reporting led to an investigation alleging that Hart had been carrying on an affair with a Miam ... More >>

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    August 21, 2014

    Impostor Pretending to Be New York Times Columnist Melissa Clark Fools Miami Food Blog

    A Miami food blog has been duped by an anonymous writer-marketer posing as a New York Times food scribe, who hoped to garner some press for a few South Florida restaurants. This is a warning to you, the enthusiastic eater, to make some effort to learn who your recommendations come from. As online f ... More >>

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    April 17, 2014
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    April 10, 2014

    New Times Writer Terrence McCoy Wins Aronson Award

    Miami New Times has won a 2014 James Aronson Award for a story about a local man who has spent more than $85 million funding settlements in Israel. "Miami Beach Man's Millions Thwart Middle East Peace" was published this past March 28 and written by then-staff writer Terrence McCoy, who recently dep ... More >>

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    February 20, 2013

    Guy Fieri's Parody Menu Deserves a Revisit From NY Times' Pete Wells

    Somebody must have been on the receiving end of a misfired shot of Guy Fieri's Donkey Sauce and isn't too happy about. The food television personality and his team forgot to buy all of the web addresses that could be associated with his Times Square restaurant. Hilarity ensued.

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    December 27, 2012

    Biggest Food News Stories of 2012

    In the sea of headlines you'll read throughout the day, few will likely have anything to do with food. Unless that's your thing, of course. But if you're like us, it is your thing, and you thrive on hearing news about restaurants and chefs just as much (or maybe more) as you would hearing about w ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 13, 2012

    NYC: 24 Hours, Six Ethnic Snacks

    I spent some days cooking in Newport, Rhode Island last week, and managed to maneuver a return flight through New York -- getting to spend a Friday evening, Saturday, and Saturday night traipsing through the city with my wife. There were no dining plans nor reservations made, our trip meant to be a ... More >>

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    April 20, 2012

    K-E Diet Craze: Miami Doctor Puts Brides-To-Be On Feeding Tubes to Lose Weight

    Miami just might be the most image-conscious, beauty-obsessed place on Earth. So it's no surprise that our sexy, superficial city is the American epicenter of a new controversial diet craze.It's called ketogenic enteral nutrition, or the K-E diet for short. Translation: a doctor threads a feeding tu ... More >>

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    April 5, 2012

    Sun-Sentinel to Start Charging For News Content Online

    The Sun-Sentinel is erecting a pay wall on April 9, so expect a mass exodus of readers who don't want to pony up five bucks a month for mostly routine local news.The once proud Fort Lauderdale-based daily is following the lead of other Tribune Co. owned newspapers like the Los Angeles Times, which i ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 3, 2012

    It Will Soon Be Legal to Dye Baby Chicks Any Color You Want in Florida

    What the hell happens up in Tallahassee sometimes? Seriously?See, the apparently powerful dog grooming lobby convinced our elected officials to take time out of their busy legislative session to lift an old ban on dying live animals. They were actually successful, but the ban now means that the cont ... More >>

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    October 25, 2011

    Village Voice Media Responds to Clergy

    ​Today 36 clergy affixed their names to a paid ad and open letter to Village Voice and the classified ad site The full page ad was published in the New York Times.The religious coalition demanded that we close down our legal, adult classifieds.  Neither government officials nor ... More >>

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    July 7, 2011
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    June 30, 2011
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    March 18, 2011

    Supermoon Rising: This Week's Five Signs of the Apocalypse

    ​In ancient Greek, apocalypse translates as "a revelation." So what could possibly be more apocalyptic than the giant freaking orange moon due to pop up tomorrow night? After all, it's the biggest and closest it's been in nearly two decades. FYI: the "extreme supermoon" is also predicted to (1) ma ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 20, 2011

    Cuban Operative Posada Carriles' English Questioned in Court

    via newscomHow good is Luis Posada Carriles' English? That has become a central issue in the trial of the 82-year-old Cuban, who is charged with 11 counts of perjury, obstruction and immigration fraud for lying during immigration proceedings. On Wednesday, Federal prosecutors played tapes of the CI ... More >>

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    November 18, 2010
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    November 11, 2010
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    November 4, 2010

    Mexican Coke: Is There Really a Difference?

    Trina SargalskiMexican Coke on the shelf at my local Publix​Mexican Coke has been trending up over the past couple of years. Aficionados claim that Coca-Cola made in Mexico, unlike most American Coke, is tastier because it's made with real sugar instead of the now-pariah high fructose corn syrup. ... More >>

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    April 14, 2010

    Top Ten Cuban Bloggers You Haven't Heard Of

    Yoani Sánchez is on the cover of Italian Wired this month. In the three years she's been online, the 32-year-old blogger has become Cuba's Arianna Huffington.via @riccardowired​She's now a tweeter and a blogger on the Huffington Post, and her blog gets 14 million page views a mont ... More >>

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    February 23, 2010

    In Shocking News, Nobody Wants to Pay the Herald to Read Free Stories Online

    daquella via flicker ccNewspaper stands: the tape players of new media land?​Riptide would like to announce an experiment that will be more fun than imaginable. You, the reader, now have two choices when clicking through this fabulous, blog-alicious news blog. You can either: (1) Read the storie ... More >>

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    February 22, 2010

    James Beard Award Semifinalist Interviews: Michael Schwartz and Hedy Goldsmith

    Jackie SayetMichael's Genuine talent.​This week we're interviewing our local culinary superstars up for James Beard Awards. This is the first year that the Foundation has released its "long list" of semifinalists, stretching out the waiting period one more month. On March 22, restaurant and chef f ... More >>

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    February 4, 2010

    News Roundup: Heat Fall Below .500

    A Man was shot at MIA lounge last night multiple times, while the shooter sped off in a black Mercedes. [JustNews]The ACLU claims two Miami Beach cops harassed and falsely arrested a gay tourist after he saw the men beating another suspect in handcuffs. [Herald]A man in Stuart died after being attac ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 28, 2010

    News Roundup: Heat Fall to Raptors, Beasley Busts a Knee

    Two teens in Hialeah are charged with trying to cover up the accidental shooting death of another teen. [CBS4]Coconut Grove bar owners are gearing up for a battle to bring back the neighborhood's 5 am last call. [CBS4]McClatchy, The Herald's parent company, posted a $25.8 million profit for the four ... More >>

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    January 14, 2010

    News Roundup: Waiting For News from Haiti

    The Haitian community in Miami waits patiently for word on their family on the Island. [NYTimes]Despite reports yesterday that all 12 Lynn University students in Haiti were accounted for, five are actually still missing. [CBS4]UF is also waiting to hear from two students who were in Haiti. [WSVN]The ... More >>

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    December 17, 2009
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    November 12, 2009

    News Roundup: Commissioner Gonzalez Resigning; Blah, Blah, LeBron James

    Miami City Commissioner Angel Gonzalez will resign soon amid an investigation into a job he got his daughter. There's probably a joke in here about his name being Angel while he is clearly not one, but why would we make a joke as horrible as that? That joke would be almost as horrible as the city co ... More >>

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    October 27, 2009

    CMJ Wrap-Up: The Big Guns' Coverage of South Florida Bands

    Photo by Ian WitlenMiami band Awesome New Republic at Fontana's in the Lower East Side. Click here to view more pictures.​Just a few months ago, Awesome New Republic seemed the next South Florida band likely to strike big. But a few months is a million years in blog time, and somewhere in the last ... More >>

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    October 5, 2009

    GIVEAWAY!: Free Pop Art Toaster 5-in-1 Tasty Baker

    scan of box5 in 1....not just a dirty movie anymore​Ever wished your cake was shaped like a dog's face? Thanks to the original 5-in-1 Tasty Baker your dreams can come true.Created by the ingenious minds behind the Pop Art Toaster (the toaster that branded the New York Times logo into a piece of br ... More >>

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    August 11, 2009

    News Roundup

    Kendrick Meek attacked Charlie Crist (his possible foe in the 2010 Senate race) for not handling stimulus funds in a way best for Florida. [PBPost]Some d-bag was arrested for using his camera phone to take up-skirt videos at Aventura Mall. [NBCMiami]"Don Diego" Montoya, a Colombian drug ki ... More >>

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    July 15, 2009

    Goodbye Solo Screens This Weekend

    Forget Brüno. Forget Moon. Forget Public Enemies. Forget Harry Potter, Ice Age, Away We Go, Transformers, The Hangover, etc.The movie you need to see this weekend is Rahim Bahrani's Goodbye Solo.Don't believe me? Go to Metacritic and keep scrolling until you find a rating under 100. (It will t ... More >>

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    July 8, 2009

    News Roundup

    The true cost of the Marlins stadium might be closer to $2.4 billion [NBCMiami]The stars of Miami Ink have a new reality show in the works for the Travel Channel. [Herald]UPenn is partnering with Miami-Dade Public Schools to increase academic recruiting in the county. [NYtimes]Does travel editor Nat ... More >>

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    July 1, 2009

    News Roundup

    What... the...? Slot machines at MIA? Like that airport needs to be any more of a circus than it already is. [Herald]Miami-Dade commissioners have no problem with Carrie Meek representing Wackenhut and the county, even while the two are in a legal dispute. [Herald]Adam Tavss, the Miami Beach Police ... More >>

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    June 3, 2009

    Glass Envy? Reach For PETG

    Govino Making an impressionIf you covet those tumbler beauties at Fratelli Lyon like I do (thanks for rubbing it in, Lee,) listen up. A real case of shatterproof, reusable, recylceable -- not to mention elegant -- plastic dopplegangers awaits you, for $11.99 pe ... More >>

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    May 7, 2009

    News Roundup

    Local The Fontainebleau has decided to tone down its sexy image to attract families. A little less Dirty Hairy, a little more dirty diapers. [Herald] Costumes officials found bottles of "snake wine." Which is basically posionous snakes stuffed inside bottle of alchohol, and then served. [NBCMiami] ... More >>

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    April 27, 2009

    Memo to Hog Hunters: Don't Hunt While Sick (Not That You Would)

    Words such as "Public Health Emergency" and "Global Pandemic" can awaken the dormant hypochondriac in the best of us. So when newspapers started using scary words to describe the swine flu yesterday, it occurred to Riptide that Florida has the second biggest wild hog population in the country. And t ... More >>

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    April 8, 2009

    Castro About to Do Something Crazy?

    That's what political writer Mickey Kaus is wondering over at his blog on, pointing out that every time the U.S. seems to be getting too cozy with Cuba, Castro pulls some shit just to let everybody know he's either a badass or batshit crazy. This actually isn't Kaus's theory; as he points ... More >>

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    October 2, 2008

    Whatever. I Read What I Want!

    Exercise your rights during Banned Books Week.

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    September 29, 2008

    News Roundup

    This bailout thing might finally go through. [NY Times] And if it does, it could help out the local economy. [Herald] "Officer Mistaken For Suspect; Shot By Fellow Officer" The injuries weren't serious, so it's ok if you laughed. [NBC 6] Subtropical Storm Laura formed, but she's no big deal. [CBS 4] ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 29, 2007

    Rolle, Ahsha, Rolle!

    A Miami Shores tenisista is getting national recognition at the U.S. Open this week. Ahsha Rolle (number 109) beat 17th ranked Tatiana Golovin in the tournament’s first round, a mind-blowing upset. Then in the sedcond, she whacked 57th ranked Karin Knapp in three sets. A picture of Rolle, who w ... More >>

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    March 8, 2007
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    December 21, 2006

    Snap to It

    Comeback kids, rhymin' Limeys, and songs about partying defined Hip-Hop Nation in 2006

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    January 8, 2004

    The Full Mindy?

    This time it's the proper ladies of a small English town who bare all for laughs

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    May 15, 2003
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    March 6, 2003

    Museum Empire

    A Very Wolfsonian Weekend for you and me and the hoi polloi

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    May 23, 2002

    Paint Pink, Eat Blue

    The Delano's Blue Door goes to New York, Mary Brickell Village goes CocoWalk

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    September 20, 2001

    Letters to the Editor

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