Stan Yarbro

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  • 22 years ago | Longform

    Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick White manages to overcome all the starch stiffening his dress shirt, lean back in his chair, and actually appear relaxed for one moment, however brief, of this long April day. He is startled back into bolt-upright p...

  • 22 years ago | Longform

    Keith Wilson knows the importance of paper. In 1989, two years after he left the Miami police force to work for his father's church, Wilson was falsely arrested and thrown in jail. His written complaint about the arrest led the county's Independen...

  • 22 years ago | Longform

    In the spring of 1981 Leonid Brezhnev was president of the Soviet Union, Ronald Reagan was a newly installed fixture in the White House, and a particularly frigid phase of the Cold War was getting under way A just off Biscayne Boulevard in the qui...

  • 22 years ago | Longform

    When Hurricane Andrew battered Metrozoo with some of the highest sustained winds registered in all of South Florida, the devastation was extensive and highly publicized. The storm wrought $15 million in structural damage, including the destruction...

  • 22 years ago | Longform

    Rodolfo Ulises Castrell is capable of evincing a wide range of emotions, from levity to rage, with only a slight change of expression. His eyes will narrow or widen almost imperceptibly. The lines of his mouth turn upward or downward into mirror v...

  • 22 years ago | Longform

    On this windy Tuesday, as Hugh Rodham has been traveling, first to Tallahassee, then to Tampa, to announce his candidacy for the United States Senate, clouds have gathered back in Miami, and not just in the sky. For a good part of the afternoon an...

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