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The Six Wildest Miami-Area Steroid Stories

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
It perhaps makes sense that one of America's combined capitals of drug imports and vapid, image-based capitalism is also arguably the nation's steroid epicenter. Despite 'roid scandals hitting the news wires about as frequently as Donald Trump hits up Kentucky Fried Chicken, Florida officials seem to have no real interest...
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Eyes on Miami: T.I. and Big Sean Party in Miami

4 years ago by World Red Eye
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with WorldRedEye, New Times brings you a solid recap of all the recent experiences you might have missed around Miami. It's impossible to be everywhere, but hey, we can try to keep our Eyes on Miami.
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Ryan Leslie Wants You to Have His Phone Number

4 years ago by Dyllan Furness
Ryan Leslie is not your standard musician. He earned a 1600 on his SAT. He graduated from Harvard University with a degree in government. He was one of just four orators selected to speak at his senior graduation ceremony. Since then Leslie has produced tracks for artists like Britney Spears,...
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Best Place for a First Date

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In Miami, too many dudes follow the path of accused Ponzi schemer Nevin K. Shapiro and cracked-out music producer Scott Storch to woo the ladies. However, just because you can check into a W Hotel beachfront suite for a few days, rent a Carolina-blue Lamborghini Diablo, and buy bottle service...
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Michael Bay Explains Why It's Stupid to Own a Sports Car in Miami

5 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Ever since Miami Vice depicted Sonny Crockett cruising around town in a Ferrari Daytona, high-powered luxury sports cars have been an unshakable facet of Miami's cultural identity (or, at least, the stereotypical postcard version of it). It seems music videos filmed down here are required to include at least one candy-colored...
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Sun Gym Gang Accomplice Speaks About "Pain & Gain" For First Time

7 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
John Raimondo is a bit player in the 1999 epic three-part Miami New Times series "Pain & Gain," which blockbuster Hollywood director Michael Bay turned into a passion project that hit theaters over two weeks ago. Starring Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, the film recounts the absurd dark...
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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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The Party Crasher - The Rock, Pitbull and Nick Hogan

13 years ago by Tovin Lapan
Miami's beaches, nightlife, and style attract stars from all over the world. Running into musicians, actors, and other major players is part of the attraction of South Beach and other area hot spots. With our new blog, The Party Crasher, we will deliver all of the celebrity news that you...
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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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Pain & Gain, Part 3

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. Golden Beach millionaire Frank Griga thought he was getting into a lucrative overseas investment deal...

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