In December 2007, New Times broke the story on sex offenders being relegated to live under the Julia Tuttle Causeway. Miami-Dade officials responded by evicting them, yet the number of homeless sex offenders continues to increase.
The man eating breakfast certainly looked like Nicholas Cutter. He had the same pale skin. The same shaved head. The same technicolor tattoos peeking from beneath his T-shirt like graffiti… More >>
It's the dinner hour at Dolphin Mall, and the food court is a busy hive. Teenagers guzzle from Smoothie King cups while tables full of abuelitas fire Gatling-gun Spanish over… More >>
Last week, when Liberty City soul food restaurant Jumbo's closed its doors, it was big news. The New York Times' Frances Robles wrote a front-page story documenting how the joint… More >>
AholSniffsGlue is one of the Magic City's quintessential street artists, widely known for his trademark droopy eyes that keep watch over Wynwood at NW 27th Street and peer down on… More >>
Two years ago, environmentalists desperately tried to derail the Deep Dredge. They claimed the $2 billion plan to deepen the Port of Miami would kill wildlife in Biscayne Bay, so… More >>
Hollywood has its award season early in the year, but the news media waits till summertime to celebrate all of its kick-ass work from the past 12 months. This year,… More >>
Every vet is different: The first part of your feature about a local vet who died of neglect at Miami's VA hospital is very nicely written ("Hell on the… More >>
They were coming for him.
At first, Nicholas Cutter could only see their shadows flitting behind buildings in the distance. Then he could feel their bullets thwacking into the walls around… More >>
Paula Crews, a suburban mom with short black hair, dumps a stick of butter into a double boiler and stirs in her secret ingredient. Her 24-year-old son, John, waits expectantly… More >>
It's hard to believe 25 years have gone by since I put out 2 Live Crew's As Nasty as They Wanna Be, the first album in history to be deemed… More >>