Miami Vice

The white Ferrari Testarosas that Sonny Crockett used as his cruiser is up for auction on eBay. (Source: Ebay)

South Florida Man Looking To Cash In On Miami Vice Car

A South Florida man is looking to cash in off at the 1980’s hit TV show Miami Vice.


Miami Dolphins original broadcaster Henry Barrow was a staple on the South Florida airwaves for almost thirty years. (Source: CBS4)

Original Dolphins Broadcaster Henry Barrow: A Pioneer In His Profession

Those lucky enough to have followed the Miami Dolphins since the franchise’s beginning will remember the name Henry Barrow.



A Look Back At Miami Vice: 30-Years Later

It’s hard to believe it’s been 30 years this month that a glitzy cop drama set on South Beach named Miami Vice first hit our TV screens. This stylized one-hour series changed the look and sound of future TV shows and it changed the face of South Florida forever.


Philip Michael Thomas as Tubbs and Don Johnson as Crockett in the TV detective series 'Miami Vice', circa 1988. (Photo by NBC Television/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Flashy & Trend-Setting “Miami Vice” Debuted 30 Years Ago

Do you remember where you were 30 years ago tonight. Possibly tuning into NBC for the premiere of a flashy new cop drama called “Miami Vice.”


This is a file photo of Griselda Blanco. She was released in 2004. (Source: Florida Dept. Of Corrections)

The Hunt For The “Cocaine Godmother”

Griselda Blanco had quite a few nicknames: the godmother, the queen of cocaine, the black widow. Regardless of what she went by she left a lasting impression on South Florida’s history.