One day after Tony Bosch was arrested for illegal steroid distribution, the reporter who broke the story on A-Rod's doping scandal, Tim Elfrink, will be hosting a Reddit AMA. Like many illustrious men before him -- including the man with two penises, former New York Times Executive Editor Bill Kelle ... More >>
The Livingston Award for Young Journalists is kind of a Pulitzer Prize for the under-35 set. It honors good writing by those who have yet to grow thick around the middle and thin on top. New Times has often done well in these awards. Bob Norman, our columnist in Broward for years, was a winner in ... More >>
New Times has won a 2014 James Aronson Award for a story about a local man who has spent more than $85 million funding settlements in Israel. "Miami Beach was published this past March 28 and written by then staff writer Terrence McCoy, who recently departed for a position at the Washington Post. Th ... More >>
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.
New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez -- baseball's highest-paid player-- is reportedly facing a 100-game suspension from Major League Baseball if found to have used performance-enhancing drugs. About 20 athletes, including Milwaukee Brewer and University of Miami alum Ryan Braun, will reportedly ... More >>
On Tuesday, a week and a day after Miami New Times published online a report describing hundreds of pages of records from the office of a Coral Gables clinic, Biogenesis, the first professional baseball players have acknowledged involvement with owner Anthony Bosch. In statements issued Tuesday to ... More >>
The local personalities, egos, and public figures who swung through the news cycle this week, ranked by New Times' crack research department using a highly scientific algorithm (i.e., charting where all those 18 shell casings fell on Las Olas, then comparing with a map of the zodiac).
A story broken yesterday in New Times Broward-Palm Beach and Miami New Times has received astounding national and international attention.The piece, which employed hundreds of pages of handwritten notes to show that major sports stars had received performance-enhancing drugs from a Coral Gables clin ... More >>
newt.orgNewt GingrichFormer House Speaker Newt Gingrich -- the apparent front-runner for the Republican Party's presidential nomination -- has been an advocate of the "free market" approach to reducing the number of foreclosures in the country, coupled with his wish to repeal the "Dodd-Frank" ... More >>
courtesy Bradley SpringerThe Miami Herald issued an incredibly lame correction this afternoon on a story that appeared on the front page of their sports section earlier this week. The brief, ambiguous note seems to be an admission that one of the paper's most celebrated sports reporter was comple ... More >>
Photo by Tim Elfrink The world's sweatiest Canadian TV reporter gets funky with the Saints.To the unitiated, Super Bowl Media Day must sound like some outrageous backstage fantasy. Media and players partying together! Celebrities around every corner! Free buffet lunch! Well not to worry, ign ... More >>
A few weeks ago, we announced that we'd be going glossy. Well, that day has arrived. Newsstands today will carry our first glossy issue, which is also nicely trimmed and stapled.The premiere glossy issue features Tim Elfrink's story "Homesick," which delves into the Chinese drywall issue affecting S ... More >>
Miami Book Fair International gets graphic