Chuck Strouse is editor in chief of Miami New Times. He has shared two Pulitzer Prizes and won dozens of other awards. He is an honors graduate of Brown University and has worked at newspapers including the Miami Herald and Los Angeles Times.
Miami's Best Music Acts and Nightlife Venues, From Get Face to Oscar G, E11even, and Treehouse Miami6 days ago | Best of Miami
Miami's best electronic act? Get Face, a 25-year-old kid from Tampa. The city's top dance club? Treehouse Miami. The finest band? Viniloversus, Venezuelan musicians who had "built a sizable following in their native South American nation and were ...
27 days ago | Obituaries
An always-smiling six-foot-five science teacher, he explained how the cancer began in the pancreas and spread to the liver. But that really wasn't the lesson. Those kids were learning about daily life with death — being valiant, caring, and loving...
1 month ago | Media Watch
A judge Monday sealed tapes of hours of jailhouse phone calls made by chart-topping Lauderhill musician XXXTentacion. The decision is an affront to anyone who believes in open-record laws. It also violates state law.
Tyrese Cooper, Among World's Fastest Young Sprinters, Likely Out of State Tournament After Arrest UPDATED2 months ago | Sports
Tyrese Cooper, an 18-year-old who's one of the ten fastest mid-distance runners in the world, was arrested for trying to steal cars at Miami International Airport. Now he might not be able to take part in this weekend's state tournament in Jackson...
2 months ago | News
Miami New Times' managing editor has won a Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi Award in non-deadline reporting for his story "Hooked: How a Floating Bale of Cocaine Led to the Florida Keys' Worst Murder in Decades."