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Pain & Gain: Where the Real-Life Sun Gym Gang Characters Are Now

7 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
Pain and Gain: Where the Real-Life Sun Gym Gang Characters Are Now See also: "Pain & Gain: From New Times Story to Michael Bay Film."
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Holy Hustler

12 years ago by Gus Garcia-Roberts
On a sun-blasted Tuesday morning in the last weeks of 2008, four people pedal camouflage-painted bikes toward NW 61st Street and 13th Place, one of the busiest intersections for Liberty City's booming drug trade. Donald Vamper, a jovial 46-year-old wearing a camo bandanna Tupac-style; his cornrow-tressed wife Sylvia; and Chris...
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Excess Hollywood

By our count, only a few sequels are waiting to have oil rubbed on their backs this summer -- one featuring an evil lord named Vader, another featuring an evil lord named Schneider -- so the season has that going for it, which is nice. But in lieu of sequels...
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Pain & Gain, Part 2

21 years ago by Pete Collins
UPDATE: In 2013, director Michael Bay released an adaptation of this three-part series. That same year, New Times revisited Pain & Gain and tracked down what's become of the Sun Gym Gang two decades later. Miami businessman Marc Schiller disappeared from his Schlotzsky's Deli franchise in mid-November 1994. A month...
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Captain Hook

27 years ago by Jim DeFede
"We're in stealth mode." William Negron cruises down a darkened street, lights off, looking for a 1985 white Mercedes. "There it is," he says. He pulls past it, parks half a block away, jumps out of his tow truck, and walks nonchalantly back toward the car, which is parked in...

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