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.
2 days ago | News
Miami has a lousy reputation when it comes to civic pride and generosity. Thursday belied that notion. The Miami Foundation’s Give Miami Day set a fundraising record, making it one of the most active 24-hour charitable-giving events in the nation....
5 days ago | Music Festivals
Tortuga Music Festival announced its lineup for the three-day music festival and benefit in April, and it's loaded with country stars and classic rock. The event, which benefits ocean environmental-related causes, will feature headliners Keith Urb...
10 days ago | Columns
Just hours after President Donald Trump threatened war on North Korea, 3,000 people formed a huge human peace sign at Hialeah Gardens High School. The symbol wasn't a protest, and Trump's name never came up, but the message was unmistakeable: War ...
1 month ago | Columns
There was a bright light, and her name was Frederica Wilson, the very same congressperson whom President Donald Trump called a liar this morning because she claimed he had told the widow of a soldier recently killed in an ambush in Niger that her ...
1 month ago | Art
A University of Miami faculty exhibit opening next week will include American flags fashioned into Ku Klux Klan hoods on a cart with wheels shaped like like a Nazi swastika.