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1994 Stories by Donald W. Pine

Archives: 1995 | 1994
  • Going for Broke

    published December 22, 1994

    The last squatter at 841 Collins Ave. in Miami Beach walks out of the dimness of the once bright and cheery Art Deco building to confront the two... More >>

  • Buddha and the Beach

    published October 20, 1994

    At water's edge in Miami Beach, early in the morning, a large black man with a shaved head begins to dance. As his sleek head moves from side... More >>

  • Building Block

    published October 5, 1994

    It's payback time. Neil Shiver, a 36-year-old attorney who was admitted to the Florida Bar only four months ago, is picking through legal papers... More >>

  • Lard Corps

    published September 14, 1994

    When Miami's black communities need help from the federal government, local black leaders are accustomed to calling the U.S. Justice Department's... More >>

  • Hard Days for Ray

    published September 7, 1994

    An animated, middle-age white guy strides into the jumbled offices of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference on NW Seventh Avenue at 56th... More >>

  • Eliminate the Negatives

    published August 31, 1994

    Beth Keiser left Miami last week because she couldn't tell you a story. After working for five months on a project about the lives of suburban... More >>

  • Psst! Want to Sell Some Food Stamps?

    published August 16, 1994

    Jay's girlfriend, a short, emaciated woman with blotched skin from too many hours living homeless under the sun, walks up to the clerk at a small... More >>

  • Drive, She Said

    published July 26, 1994

    To celebrate completion of the $224 million expansion of downtown Miami's elevated transit system -- the Metromover -- county officials in late... More >>

Archives: 1995 | 1994
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