Freestyle music got its name from a Miami group called Freestyle Express. Someone left out half the name on the group's most popular record, and when "Don't Stop the Rock" became a national hit, the label just read "Freestyle" and that word came to define the sound. Miami Freestyle is also the musi ... More >>
‚ÄčNevermind the heat or your safety, Miami is apparently America's 8th most "walkable" city in all of America. That's according to Walk Score. Though, the high ranking is a bit deceiving. It only applies to the City of Miami, and is only in relation to America's 50 largest cities by population ... More >>
Mr. Chuck Livid.‚ÄčThe line between weekdays and weekends gets blurry on Thursday night. For college students, it signals the end of the school week. For working stiffs who gotta get up early Friday morning, it's more of an "I'll go out for a few beers, won't stay out too late, shit it's 3:00 a.m., ... More >>
The federal trial of Luis Posada Carriles, accused terrorist and viejito par excellence, has been postponed yet again.It's the second time this year the one-year-old case has been delayed. Carriles, widely seen as the mastermind of a series of bombings in Havana in 1997, and the collapse of a Cuban ... More >>
Spend the holidays happily tied up.
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Eduardo Michaelsen paints in obscurity far from his Cuban roots
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Little Havana's chess connection vies for the national crown
The chief cuts loose, Michyís opens, Carmel Ophir and La Gata rock on
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After firing his gun at a police officer, Mario Barcia's life has gone from bad to wretched
Where has the Daniel Azoulay Gallery gone?
Where your humble state legislators work hard by day and play hard by night
Has the Bob Marley Festival lost some of its spark?
They no longer take flying dives into the mosh pit, but for Chuck Loose, Sam Fogarino, and Rob Coe the music is still the thing
J. Crew models? Or young Cuban dope dealers?
Are charter-school conversions the vanguard for public education or a scam for resegregating the learning experience and making a lot of money?
Nut Case #5: And thanks for reminding me why I left Miami
Miriam Alonso may be under criminal investigation but that hasn't distracted her from creating her own city
Alvarez Guedes: A Jewish existentialist philosopher trapped in a Cuban mind
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South Florida's burgeoning gay ballroom scene has attracted an army of cross-dressers and transsexuals, who compete for bragging rights as fashion divas
After being banned in Cuba, kickboxing is making a run for South Florida fight fans
Bedsores. Medical neglect. Depression. Welcome to the bleak underworld of Miami-Dade's assisted-living facilities.
Cuban boxing legend Luis Ernesto Delis arrives in Miami and rekindles his dreams of the ring
Colombia's immigrant population is finally seeking a political power base in Miami-Dade
Miami-Dade's Democratic Party is a shambles. Blame Joe Geller, candidate and chairman.
Miami-Dade's election workers are overworked, underpaid, and years behind
A half-century before the Tiger Woods era, black Miamians fought a losing battle to hit the links
Commissioner Javier Souto isn't angry at the homeless people in his district. He just wants them to go away.
Welcome to St. Hugh Oaks, Miami's first subsidized housing project for the affluent
For two decades it was a chic hangout for South Florida's most well-to-do. Now it's a money pit with a sordid story to tell.
The acclaimed playwright (and part-time Coconut Grove resident) remains an unparalleled observer of our culture -- and a genuine stickler for details
A young entrepreneur buys the troubled Jockey Club and swears he's not beating a dead horse
Manuel Duasso has achieved a semblance of normality in the decade since he was blinded. The same can't be said of his assailant.