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Showtime released a 30-minute preview on Saturday to its show The Franchise: A Season With the Miami Marlins, which will chronicle the travails of baseball's version of a court jester. There's a scene near the start of the show where loudmouth manager Ozzie Guillen is addressing his new players for ... More >>
Photo by Andrea Richard"Wake me up!"When in Miami, it's common to hear caffeine junkies say, "Café con leche, por favor." But what about the rest of the South Florida community, where can residents north of the 305 go to get their café Cubano fix? At Dunkin Donuts, amigo. As of Friday, Fe ... More >>
Hoops hero Rumeal Robinson blew a fortune on strippers, got indicted, and left his mom homeless.
The Marlins crowd is not too big to fail. Florida Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria told the media yesterday that he's optimistic that Miami will pass a plan this week to move the team into a proposed stadium in Little Havana. Leaving Dolphins Stadium, which is on the Broward County line, will assure tha ... More >>
The best local albums of 2008
Perez Hilton, a pure product of South Florida, makes bitchery pay
The Miami Book Fair proves yet again that we really do love us some book
In castoffs, Pablo Cano strikes gold
Once a lifeline and a symbol, Chalk's delivered death
In Scarface, slinging yayo is the name of the game.
Rosa Lopez welcomes the Virgin Mary to her home every month. Hallelujah!
Poor man's son Franky Perez refrains from "la vida loca"
As Miami plays political footsie with the first-place Fusion, the U.S. Soccer Federation prepares to give the boot to Fort Lauderdale's hopes for a national training center
Combine a martial artist from Miami, a boxing trainer from Detroit, a mild-mannered Guyanese heavyweight, a dreadlocked ex-contender, and some Seminole money, and you get South Florida's hottest new boxing gym
Conflict of interest. Anti-Cuban high jinks. A cover-up. It must be the Florida INS.
Over in Little Havana, Tennessee Williams gets a Latin coat
Only the most fabulous can rule the gay ballroom, where a sense of community transcends the cutthroat competition
When Bridget Garcia told police that her boss' son had raped her, they barely listened. This is her story.
The candidate poses as a campaign-finance reformer as he accepts cash from special interests