Oscar Musibay

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  • 19 years ago | Longform

    Like South Beach has hotels, Opa-locka has churches. In its 70-year history, the four-square-mile city has become home to 30 different sanctuaries. The religious proliferation is most visible on the southeast side of town, where cross-topped tower...

  • 19 years ago | Longform

    For the past three years, residents of West Dade's Schenley Park neighborhood have been on a crusade to make their community a better place. Homeowners have organized garage sales to raise money to purchase palm trees and have them planted along S...

  • 19 years ago | Longform

    It was 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23, and cars were quickly filling the rear parking lot at Palmetto Elementary School. Men and women, some with children straggling behind, walked briskly to the cafeteria, which had been converted, by the additio...

  • 19 years ago | Longform

    People move to deep South Dade because they want peace and quiet, a semblance of life in the country. Less traffic, less noise, fewer people. That seems to be why Christine Fuchs moved to Princeton in late 1989. Her house, near the intersection of...

  • 19 years ago | Longform

    People move to deep South Dade because they want peace and quiet, a semblance of life in the country. Less traffic, less noise, fewer people. That seems to be why Christine Fuchs moved to Princeton in late 1989. Her house, near the intersection of...

  • 20 years ago | Longform

    The Munchkin -- named after Oz's diminutive residents -- is a breeder's dream. It purrs like a cat, reproduces like a cat, and, best of all, this normal-size stubby-legged feline confection is a brand-meowin'-new gold mine. Only a few thousand exi...