It's hard to define what makes a dive a dive, but you know it when you see one—it feels like home.
Rose Marie Cromwell's photos of Miami are inspired by the concept of an "indelible mark of purity."
Trump claims the presidential election will be "rigged," new Zika cases in Miami prompt a travel warning, Warren Buffett challenges Trump to a tax duel, and more.
Jul 24, 2016
Iconic photographer Jill Freedman shares previously unpublished photographs of exotic dancers she took in 2002.
Opa-Locka might just be the most corrupt city in Florida, which is really saying something.
The mothers of Miami shooting victims are determined to protect the identities of people who talk to cops. But some fear a new law would deny suspects the right to face their accuser.
Ever since Art Basel sat its fat art ass on Miami Beach over a decade back, culturally, the city has blossomed from a backyard garden to an all-out jungle.
VICE takes in the many colors along the Bay via a trip down Biscayne Blvd., Miami's main drag.
Miami + VICE. Need we say more?
Miami is not red, white, and blue through and through. It has the particular smells, flavors, and sounds of Haiti, Trinidad, Argentina, Cuba, and Brazil. Here's a look at all its distinct neighborhoods.
There are plenty of non-shitty places in Miami to feed your inner shopaholic.
Here's a helpful guide to all the best spots to eat in Miami.
Miami is a weird city to drink in. Most bars here are incredibly expensive, shitty tourist traps, or trendy as hell. It can be hard to know where to hit up.
Miami sports are relatively young in comparison with other large television markets and other grand cities of America. Despite that, there are plenty of diehard fans here.
There are plenty of ways to get around in Miami, from the trolleys to Uber to the bus. Here's a guide to help get you where you need to go.
Much like the Colombian women flirting with the bouncer, Miami's nightlife scene gets frequent facelifts. But nevertheless, Miami remains a world-renown clubbing destination.
The people of Carol City are fiercely loyal to their streets. Plus, the Jamaican food is fucking fire.
If there's someone who can approach Miami and its art scene with a mature eye, it's Castillo.
Wild Miami characters don't come much wilder. A tourist couldn't ask for a better guide.
Let the Mayor of Miami Cool take you for a trip around his city.
Then Motherboard asks if ISIS's rise could be influenced by solar cycles, and Munchies highlights chef Ronnie Killen's new gourmet spin on traditional Texas BBQ.
Then we crash an extravagant Chinese wedding in Shanghai with MUNCHIES and explore the rise of electronic music in Cuba.
Recent busts suggest the port of entry that once served as a hub of violent drug activity during the 1980s heyday of the "Cocaine Cowboys" is back at the center of the regional drug trade.
Dec 11, 2015
Here's everything I loved and hated over five days of art fairs, after-parties, and a DMX show in Miami.