South Florida

The VICE Guide to Right Now

This 'Sinkhole' in Florida Turned Out to Be a Secret Underground Tunnel to a Bank

"I’ve only seen something like this in the movies."
River Donaghey
1.31.19
Op-Eds

Ebro Was Right to Ask Kodak Black the Hard Questions

Yesterday, Kodak Black walked out of an Ebro in the Morning interview after the host mentioned his sexual assault case.
Kristin Corry
12.13.18
Premieres

Yoppa Bam Shares His Brooding Video for "Nightmare"

The South Florida rapper's psychedelic visual comes from his upcoming project 'Nightbreed.'
Noisey Staff
6.12.18
Freedman Files

Vintage Photos Capture the Beautiful Seediness of Miami Beach

Jill Freedman's decade-long residency captures the astronomical wealth, tackiness, and homelessness on America's favourite beach.
Cameron Cuchulainn
Jill Freedman
10.23.17
Florida

The Guys Cashing in on Hurricane Irma's Boat Destruction

The historic storm made a mess of the fleets of ships in Miami's Biscayne Bay. Now salvagers are looking for a windfall.
Francisco Alvarado
9.21.17
News

How Fidel Castro Dominated Miami's Politics for Decades

The Latin American strongman cast a long shadow over the southern tip of Florida.
Francisco Alvarado
11.27.16
News

Behind the Scaremongering Headlines, Flakka Is Causing Real Damage in Fort Lauderdale

Reports of drug users with "superhuman strength" seem overblown, but the new synthetic drug is a serious problem in Florida's Broward County, say cops and addiction specialists.
Francisco Alvarado
4.20.15
News

Florida Cops Arrested a 90-Year-Old Man for Feeding the Homeless

“I’m not worried about jail,” he said. "I’m only concerned if the food will get to the mouths of the hungry."
Allie Conti
11.6.14
News

Florida Is Sick of Florida, Wants to Secede from Florida

On October 7, the city of South Miami's vice mayor proposed the idea of creating multiple Floridas. His resolution, which passed 3-2, suggests that the new state of South Florida would start from Orlando and go all the way to the Keys.
Allie Conti
10.22.14
The Do It Well and Leave Something Witchy Issue

Pregnant Russians Are Going to Florida to Give Birth in Warm Weather

Mothers-to-be are crowding the shores of Miami and hiring bilingual companies to find them short-term leases and high-quality medical care before they jet back home.
Erin Meisenzahl-Peace
10.16.14
Food

Kratom Tea Is the Beverage of Recovering Heroin Addicts

Kratom is a plant-based legal drug commonly ingested in the form of hot tea. Often used to aid recovering heroin addicts, kratom is gaining popularity at bars in North Carolina and Florida. I tried a cup of the holistic opiate alternative to see what...
Gina Tron
2.12.14