Miami is dealing with another round of political death threats. Last year, Miamian Cesar Sayoc infamously sent pipe bombs to a host of Democratic activists and lawmakers. Then, this past April, a Broward County man, John Kless, was arrested for leaving voicemails threatening to kill Democratic Sen. Cory Booker and Reps. Eric Swalwell, Rashida Tlaib, and Ilhan Omar.
Welcome to summer in Miami. The weekend is coming and the forecast calls for scattered thunderstorms and temperatures in the high 80s. With a rainy few days ahead, it's a great time to catch up on your summer movie list and get a few drinks.
Comedian Nikki Glaser compares standup to weightlifting — and she is very much a bodybuilder. “If I don’t get out there and do it every single night, I will get rusty,” she says. “Just like weightlifting, if you’re a comedian and you take two days off in a row, you lose serious progress.”
There's a Disney World for salseros, and it doesn't take four hours to get there. The Miami Salsa Congress, now in its 18th year, is back with a salsa extravaganza July 20 through 28. The event, which is expected to draw 5,000 attendees, will offer classes, parties, workshops, and live bands.
For seven years, Miami car dealer Ted Vernon starred in a fledgling reality TV show called South Beach Classics that aired on the Discovery Channel and the Velocity network. All the while, Vernon's costar — his then-wife, Robin Ziel — says behind the scenes, he made her life a living hell.
When Richard Wagner wrote Der Fliegende Holländer, or The Flying Dutchman, in 1843, he imagined the two-hour-plus opera performed with no intermission. Perhaps fortunately for some audience members, the Miami Music Festival and Miami Wagner Institute will not stay true to the great German composer's original vision this Friday, July 19, at...
Some teenagers have languished for months behind the tall, chain-link fences of the Homestead Shelter for Unaccompanied Children, the country's only for-profit detention center for migrant kids. But in a report released today, Amnesty International says children should be detained only as a last resort, and for the shortest time possible, in the least restrictive setting possible. Holding them in "prolonged and indefinite detention," the organization says, is a human rights violation.