Another day, another poorly thought-out article: Are Alt-Weeklies Over? That the New York Times published this drivel yesterday is proof that the Gray Lady is just as "over" as any news outlet. Let's get a few things straight.
Broward CountyA bike.Come November, about 200 three-speed bikes will likely be clustered in more than 30 spots from Hallandale Beach to Pompano Beach, all yours to rent, says Broward County Transportation Director Chris Walton. They'll have baskets. And a GPS device that "tracks mileage, calories ... More >>
Some cultures know what to do with a nuisanceA six-foot iguana thought Madison Wells tasted pretty good this week. Sorta like a strawberry, in fact. Little 7-year-old Madison was feeding the beast strawberries when it decided to clamp down on her ankle, tearing up her tendons and requiring a coup ... More >>
Have screenplay, will travel: Dave Eggers makes his film-writing debut with Away We Go.
Miami Herald Publisher David Landsberg sent out a memo this evening announcing that Spanish-language El Nuevo Herald editor Humberto Castelló is resigning after seven years at the helm. Even bigger news is Castelló's replacement. GarciaTaking the reins as executive editor at ... More >>
We must, because according to a Miami Herald headline, the inmates are tightening them. Just ask D'Angelo from The Wire whether belts should be allowed in prison. Well...I guess we can't ask him now, can we? Then again, maybe the Herald's just being metaphorical. Florida is coping with the effects o ... More >>
Three Fittings does the deed but can't commit
A look back at the year's best, worst, and most interesting films
Lewis Perry slipped through BSO's porous screening process. For the Gomez family, the results were tragic.
Hoboken Grill draws chi-chi crowds to the 'hood
The University of Miami administration has nothing to say about the Andre Johnson cheating case, but some faculty won't stay quiet
Oh! What a Basket
Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell isn't Carrie Bradshaw. Like, really.
A federal case in which Alan Adaschik, mild-mannered bureaucrat, sues the entire U.S. government over the WTO
Is America ready for the reinvention of Roller Derby? Patrick J. Schaefer thinks so, and he's willing to put your money where his mouth is.