If the second time is a charm, Florida may soon take steps toward enlightened drug policy. For the upcoming legislative session in Tallahassee, proposals that were introduced but died stillborn last year have been revived, and with bipartisan support. One would rewrite mandatory minimum sentencing ... More >>
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 >>
F. Scott Fitzgerald certainly laid it out best about the rich: they are different from you and me. The Palm Beach society battle between the heirs of the National Enquirerfortune has shifted into high-gear again. As well told you earlier this month, Paul Pope and his mother Lois have been playing ... More >>
It looks like the University of Miami has enough already with the NCAA's shenanigans and will be formally filing a motion to have the NCAA's case against them dismissed. According to CBS.com, the motion will account for "recent revelations that the use of attorney Maria Elena Perez was beyond the s ... More >>
With the Miami Heat blowing NBA faces to smithereens and the University of Miami Men's hoop team getting a number-two seed for the NCAA tournament, the Miami Dolphins are left in the wake, wallowing in their spending spree for free-agent players who probably don't deserve all the money they're getti ... 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., taking the square root of the Sun Life Stadium upgrade price tag . . . err . . . which button is the square root? . ... More >>
Today is National Signing Day, the day when high school football stars declare which college they'll be attending. One of those players is South Plantation High five-star running back Alex Collins, who earlier this week committed to attend Arkansas over closer-to-home University of Miami. Turns ou ... More >>
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 >>
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., "Is that a rhino in the Magic Eye? Can you see the rhino? No, not a kiwi, a rhino. Just give me the damned vaporiz ... More >>
The last time Jeff Dockeray was in South Florida, he watched his prized New Orleans Saints win the Super Bowl in 2009. While Doc, as he likes to be called, basks in the glory of his team winning the most important football game ever, he also remembers the tailgaters. "There isn't a lot of spac ... More >>
College students have a lot of sex. This much you already knew.But what you might not have known is that they're being smart about it. Especially here in Florida.Safe sex awwriiight!!Trojan Condoms did their annual rankings how healthy college students' sex life is on 141 U.S. colleges and universit ... More >>
Shake Shack, the fast casual burger and fries restaurant chain by Danny Meyer, inspires carnivorous lust from the thousands of fans who wait in long lines for their fix of Shack burgers and concretes.
Fans of ROK:BRGR Burger Bar and Gastropub planning on traveling south of the border (to Miami) will soon find a welcome sight come the end of summer. Owner Marc Falsetto chose South Miami as the location for his second ROK:BRGR for its close proximity to the University of Miami campus and upsc ... More >>
Joe Raedle, a 45-year-old South Florida-based photographer for Getty Images has been missing since Saturday in Libya, along with two Agence France-Presse (AFP) journalists, Dave Clark, 38, and Roberto Schmidt, 45. They were last heard from on Friday night, when they emailed AFP with their plans t ... More >>
via knowabouthealth.comThis week's cover story about a gay couple who had twins through surrogacy in Panama raises ethical questions inherent to the surrogacy process. Though the couple in the New Times feature took every precaution imaginable to ensure that agreements with their egg donor and su ... More >>
Here's ground zero in the battle to decriminalize pot.
FlickrThe truth hurts, too. And it says The Rock doesn't belong in a sentence with DeNiro.This month's edition of Muscle & Fitness magazine tells the story of a man so devoted to his weightlifting regimen that he leaves his home in Davie and braves the 60-mile round trip to the University of ... More >>
The rock 'n' roll-loving un-DJ.
Bringing the world to South Beach and beyond.
Heavily padded football movie hits all the familiar notes.
Spring game gives fans something to cheer about
Throw Caution to the Sky
Team trains with playoffs on the brain
Jackie Nespral Readers' Choice: Dwight Lauderdale, WPLG-TV (Channel 10)
The Derby on the telly, greyhounds on the track
The hometown heroine goes for the tiara at the Miss Florida USA pageant
DJ Stryke plots a local dance music timeline
Steve Morse gets Dreggy wit' it
Eric Alexandrakis's pop music remains eternally optimistic -- in sickness and in health
Don't worry, get happy (if also a little numb) with these two neighboring shows in Coral Gables
A terrorism survivor and expert digs into the bin Laden dilemma
With the founding of his own steak house, Howard Schnellenberger has finally arrived
A father and son paint the town not just red but green, blue, and more
It's not every day a proper Shakespeare fest comes to town
Musicians of the Florida Philharmonic were none too pleased by the settlement of this fall's strike
The NRG 2000 East Coast Summer Tour
If there's anyone who can feel Bill Clinton's pain, it's ousted-judge-turned-congressman Alcee Hastings
December 18-24, 1997