Chuck Strouse is editor of Miami New Times and New Times Broward-Palm Beach. An honors graduate of Brown University and lecturer at the University of Miami, he has edited pieces that have won numerous press honors, including the Polk Award, the Investigative Reporters and Editors Award, and the Livingston Award for Young Journalists. As a reporter, he shares a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of murderous cult figure Yahweh Ben Yahweh at the Miami Herald and has filed dispatches from two dozen countries. Strouse is currently vice president of the Association of Alternative Newsmedia. He is also a highly competitive Tiddlywinks player.
2 days ago | Sports
Perhaps the greatest Cuban pitcher of all time was killed at 24 years old in a boating accident early Sunday morning. Jose Fernandez, who was the brightest light on the Marlins and a hero to millions of young baseball pitchers, was expected to pit...
8 days ago | Environmental
Governor Rick Scott visited the former epicenter of the Zika virus Monday morning to announce the area is now Zika-free, and that a Dine Out Wynwood day will be held September 30 to bring back business. "It's a great day for Wynwood," Scott said.&...
2 months ago | Media Watch
New Times has an immediate opening for a layout editor. This person will produce sophisticated and vibrant layouts for the print and online versions of the paper, produce and supervise interactive and multimedia features for MiamiNewTimes.com and ...
2 months ago | Stage
David Holthouse, author of Stalking the Bogeyman, which premiered this past weekend at Gablestage and runs through August 28, is an extraordinary talent. He tells stories like few others — with imagination, drama, and a profound understanding of t...
4 months ago | Fashion
Forget Seattle, Portland and Austin, Miami is the most beard-friendly city in America by measure of social media posts and Google searches, according to the nation's biggest maker of facial trimmers. Wahl Inc, does an annual review of of cit...
4 months ago | Columns
"The lesson here," says recently retired Miami Herald photographer Walt Michot, "is put on your belt when you get out of bed." Michot didn't have his belt on yesterday around 8:30 a.m. when he spotted a guy in his backyard. His pants d...