In last month's Dinner Key boating tragedy, when a 32' Contender powerboat slammed into the side of a 36' Carrera the night of the Fourth of July, ultimately killing four and leaving one in a coma, all five occupants of the Contender were either thrown overboard or knocked unconscious after the impa ... More >>
Miami is chock full of more cocaine than a Mexican narco-piñata. And yet, the city's most dangerous drug may just be imaginary. According to an investigation by USA Today, Miami is the main staging ground for controversial ATF sting operations in which undercover agents trick suspects into plottin ... More >>
As about a hundred fans were rooting on the Miami Heat on the deck of Shuckers, Miami's favorite waterside sports bar, when the structure collapsed just before halftime, at around 9:45 p.m. Twenty-four people were injured in the incident. According to NBC Miami, at least 15 have been sent to local h ... More >>
A Tennessee woman is suing Miami-based cruise line Royal Caribbean claiming the company was fatally slow in responding to a tragedy at sea.Vera Marion says that when her daughter A'riel fell overboard during a cruise on The Allure of the Seas on September 16, Royal Caribbean waited two hours before ... More >>
From Kodiak to the Caribbean, corporate sponsorships are taking Pitbull around the world. Just last month, Mr. Worldwide touched down in Alaska, posed with a stuffed bear, and attended an Alutiiq ceremony as a cross-promotional brand ambassador for Walmart and Sheets Energy Strips. He performed at ... More >>
See also "Internet Trolls Try to Exile Pitbull to a Walmart on 'the Frozen Alaskan Island of Kodiak'" and "#KeepPitbull305 Fails to Save Mr. Worldwide." Flying from Cleveland to Alaska and then back down to the lower 48 for a show in Atlanta, Pitbull has proven that he's tremendo world traveler. ... More >>
photo by Czine Zoltan via Wikimedia CommonsRescuers pulled the body of a white male out of Biscayne Bay around 8:30 this morning after he was spotted floating just south of the Julia Tuttle Causeway. The man was a jet skier, Gabriella Ferraro, a Florida Fish and Wildlife spokeswoman, tells Riptid ... More >>
Will somebody wake him up for his mugshot please?A 50-year-old Colombian drug kingpin was fined $1 million and sentenced to 22 years in prison Wednesday by a federal judge in Miami. And that was the plea deal.Edgar Vellejo-Guarin was indicted in 2001 after Coast Guard officers discovered 4,000 ki ... More >>
More than a week after a traumatic Jet Ski accident near the MacArthur Causeway that left Sean Kingston in the trauma center at Jackson Memorial Hospital, TMZ reports that the "Beautiful Girls" singer is expected to make a full recovery and is even able to walk again on his own.
via bishop-accountability.orgGeorge Neville RuckerA defrocked Los Angeles priest accused of sexually molesting 33 girls shipped off yesterday from the Bahamas for a three-month tour of South America on a South Florida based cruise line.Voyages of Discovery, a Fort Lauderdale-based cruise company, ... More >>
via DEAA 100-foot narco-sub packed with coke, anyone?Amidst all the fireworks, Budweiser and drunken yells of "America, fuck yeah!" this weekend, our Independence Day festivities turned out to be a busy couple days for the drug that built Miami.Not only did Colombian cops seize a full-size, gold ... More >>
Local David Woud, the president of the Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce, shot his wife before shooting himself. His wife had recently suffered a debilitating stroke. [Herald] Two women and a man were found shot to death in a SW Miami-Dade home. Police suspect domestic violence. [SunSent] The Coast G ... More >>
Radio host Javier Ceriani (left) is trying to secure the release of Armando Pinero (center), an Cuban refugee being held in a Mexican immigration facility in Chetumal. It looks like another Che is having a big impact on the Cuban community – but not for his affiliation to Fidel Castro. Javier C ... More >>
Refugees fled slavery, slaughter, and starvation, and got rejected.
Once a lifeline and a symbol, Chalk's delivered death
Reggaeton artist Lashy is back in Miami for Calle Ocho
It ain't majestic, but it floats
Tastier than it looks Ryan Sproulee sauntered into the New Times office Friday afternoon, yet another vendor in town for the boat show. The chipper, silver haired man produced three black milk-carton sized boxes containing the equivalent of 12 bottles of wine —the finest box wine, Spro ... More >>
Free rum, fine stories, and a fabled Coral Gables eatery on its way out
Coast Guard epic succumbs to watery clichés
The sky is just the beginning
Gay Miami puts on a show
The sad saga of how the feds hounded a senior citizen over, what else, Cuba
How to be homeless on Miami Beach
Name That Visionary: Dyslexic free weekly falls short of prefection
Where can terrorists find safe harbor? If you're of the Cuban exile variety, right here.
Out of the past, an Italian classic finally reaches America, and Miami
Do not read this review if you want to be surprised by The Perfect Storm, which drowns before it ever leaves shore
John de Leon
Robert Dowd is a veteran, a Southern Baptist, a Republican ... and a staunch supporter of legalizing drugs
Forty years after Castro's revolution, the men of Alpha 66 talk tough but sometimes snooze
The bridge is often up in Miami's poshest and fastest-growing neighborhood
How one man's financial sinkhole became the area's newest artificial reef
Boxing isn't just a hobby to Hank Kaplan. It's an obsession. Which is why he's the sport's foremost expert.
For more than two decades Miami's Haitian Refugee Center was a beacon of hope and a force for justice. Today its director, Guy Victor, is struggling just to keep it afloat.
From an island in the sea to an island in the heart of Miami