On the Monday night before Thanksgiving, a Metroliner III cargo jet shuttling between the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico bellied into a mountainside about 25 miles from its destination. The two pilots at the controls both died in the crash. Now, the family of co-pilot Steve Gullberg are chargi ... More >>
When you think of Colombian food in South Florida, the first thing that probably comes to mind is Colombian fast food -- those overstuffed hot dogs and hamburgers with every topping known to man (and then some). And you'd be correct; The Colombians have taken these simple American eats and turned th ... More >>
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It's looking more and more like South Florida will feel the effects of Tropical Storm Isaac. But the computers still can't agree on where exactly the storm will make landfall. BECAUSE THE COMPUTERS ARE TURNING AGAINST US. Either way, we'll get really, really wet... or we'll get hit in the face with ... More >>
Picture this: A flight with passengers from Uganda just touched down at Miami International Airport. As the visitors inch toward the terminal, one pauses in the aisle and wipes a speck of blood from his earlobe. Suddenly sweat runs down his cheeks; his eyes are inky red. He lets out a guttural moan ... More >>
Orange County JailMorales CastroIf Florida's rivers were to fill with molten gold tomorrow and a rainbow of cotton candy stretched from Key West to Gainesville over herds of running unicorns, we'd probably all think Tim Tebow did it. At least, that's what one could deduce from the wild cheers the ... More >>
BNONews.orgThe explosion in question.This article on a breaking news website claimed that Spirit Airlines Flight 837 originating in Fort Lauderdale crashed near San Juan, Puerto Rico, and that it was the source of an explosion that firefighters are still putting out.I just got off the phone with ... More >>
You want to know how you would have been living if you'd hooked up with Bernie Madoff and started illegally raising for him right at the swindler's start in the 1960s? You have to look at how Fort Lauderdale's Michael Bienes lived. I've written a lot about the philanthropist who claims he, too, ha ... More >>
Black Guayaba adds a new edge to rock en español
The 'Pipe breaks loose
A lounge-loving throwback
Julie Thomson Halo Lounge on Lincoln Road. Perhaps you didn’t notice, but last Friday Booze Hound was M.I.A. -- or more specifically, was in MIA, checking a $15 bag (damn you, American Airlines!), getting bumped up to first class (thank you, American Airlines!), receiving a 6 a.m. buzz courtesy o ... More >>
And hello again. Why Broward-Palm Beach immigrant groups are tired of the endless Castro drama.
At this West Broward medical clinic, nitpicking comes with the territory
Little Havana lands in Delray
Ways to make Valentine's Day suck less
The aftermath of a freak accident: shattered windows and two broken families
Carnival in San Juan (Cubop)
The Princess of Salsa takes a bow
Competitive marlin fishers do lots of drinking, tell lots of tales, and, oh yes, sometimes they catch fish.
More bad blood
Conservationist Paul Reillo has waged a one-man campaign to save Dominica's parrots from extinction
Rampant social enlightenment (honest)
June 25 - July 1, 1998