Select Page
Scientists Crack the Miami Exaggeration Scale

Scientists Crack the Miami Exaggeration Scale

A multidisciplinary team of linguists, sociologists, mathematicians, and computer scientists announced they finally deciphered Miamians’ pathological penchant for hyperbole. 3,000 Miamians participated in a 20-year longitudinal study to ascertain exactly what they...
A Love Letter to Miami

A Love Letter to Miami

Hi Miami, Andrew here. This is somewhat awkward. I know I critique you A LOT. There’s the article where I said you could go f*ck yourself… in the title. I also wrote that your bus system was composed of dilapidated mule carts, your drivers were suicidal maniacs, and...
Where Do White Latinos Belong in America?

Where Do White Latinos Belong in America?

I like to joke that I’m a Daywalker. For those who missed Wesley Snipes’ Oscar-worthy work in Blade, the term applies to vampires who can saunter about in sunlight without immediate incineration. The moniker fits because, as a White Latino, I move seamlessly through...
A Real Miami Ghost Story

A Real Miami Ghost Story

Alec Enriquez moved into a haunted house. He was unaware of its ethereal nature at the time because he wasn’t an omniscient narrator. Nor did he read a recounting of his experiences written by said narrator, though that would be pretty freaky—for him, at least. No,...