Category : Miami News Times

That Awkward Moment, a Surprisingly Good Dude-Bro Version of Sex and the City

While our ingenues scurry toward teen best sellers and David O. Russell flicks, here’s the next generation of talented leading men swaggering into a dude-bro Sex and the City.

At night, best friends played by Zac Efron, Miles Teller, and Michael B. Jordan — aka the player, t…

Gloria Looks for Love at a Certain Age

We’ve entered an age in which people have no idea how old they are. Fifty-year-olds lament, “I still feel 30 in my mind,” and sometimes dress like it. Some 30-year-olds may cling to the destructive habits of their 20s, but plenty more march dutifully into full-on family-and-career- building mode,…

Labor Day, Starring Brolin and Winslet, Takes Too Much Work to Believe

Quick, somebody check Jason Reitman’s house to see if the real man has been turned into dust by a body snatcher. Though his name is on the poster, it’s impossible to believe that the sardonic boy wonder of Juno, Thank You for Smoking, and Young Adult would direct this stilted…

Miami Springs Reporter Unable to Work After Affair Spawns Restraining Orders

Wally Clark swears it was a million-dollar idea. The bespectacled man with big ears, a bald head, and a trim figure scrolls through the 10,000 pornographic snapshots he took of his wife cavorting with his best friend. Sure, Clark had nudged the two of them together — but it was

Nipsey Hussle Discusses His Mixtape Crenshaw

There were two ways to procure rapper Nipsey Hussle‘s recent release Crenshaw: download a digital copy for the cost of nothing or pay $100 for one of 1,000 hard copies. But who the hell would buy a $100 album? Jay Z did. Well, more like Jay Z bought 100. And

Queens of the Stone Age at the Fillmore February 5

At this moment, Queens of the Stone Age is the best rock ‘n’ roll band on the planet.

A bold statement, sure. However, while there exist other artists with similar relevance and artistic integrity, no group so deeply embodies the spirit of the genre’s past while fighting to make fr…

Reader Mail: Thieving Prostitutes and WLRN

When Thieving Prostitutes Strike, You Respond

I’m not shedding any tears: Are we supposed to feel sorry for these rich guys who use their money to exploit women, when the women exploit them right back (“Fox Force Four,” Allie Conti, January 23)? They deserve each other. They…

Richard Sherman Stereotyped as a "Thug" by Sports Media

Richard Sherman is a success story. Born in Compton, California, he didn’t let his violent inner-city neighborhood chew him up. The Seattle Seahawks superstar scored 1400 on the SAT and graduated from high school with a 4.2 grade-point average, which earned him salutatorian status. His crowning a…

The Politely Evil Empire

I. Meet America’s business cheerleaders.

People tend to view chambers of commerce in the same colors as the Rotary Club or the Knights of Columbus: eager do-gooders lending a helpful hand in the name of economy and country. It’s a largely accurate assessment — at least on the…

"BOG-MIA" at Locust: Flower Trade Unmasked

In just a few days, more than 670 million roses and other buds will enter the Port of Miami for Valentine’s Day. They will make their way to florists and other retailers across the country in one of the busiest weeks for the international flower trade.

It takes about two weeks