20 days ago | Longform
The cops were intrigued by Margie Bowman's story, but she wasn't the first woman to claim that her husband had killed Eileen Adams.
27 days ago | Longform
Under a canopy of twisted oaks and fluttering palms, an old coral-rock structure stands just off Biscayne Boulevard on the Upper Eastside of Miami. On a recent balmy Sunday, a small crowd gathered in the terraced backyard for brunch. They dined at...
9 months ago | News
Last month, New Times told the story of Julius Woods, Miami's oldest security guard, a 90-year-old Navy vet who battled the Nazis in the east Atlantic during WWII. Today, Woods works 40 hours a week as a security guard in Belle Meade. In the story...
10 months ago | Longform
Julius Woods still remembers the Japanese fighter pilot who insulted him. It was 1943, the height of the World War II, and Woods and his fellow sailors on the USS Van Valkenburgh had just shot down several Japanese fighter planes over the South Pa...
11 months ago | News
"Just look at our skyline and imagine what's going to be there in five or ten years. If the public knew the extent to which some of those buildings were pushed through, I think it would reflect poorly on the City and the City Attorney's office." T...
2 years ago | Real Estate
Fane Lozman wants what everyone in Miami wants: a nice home with a beautiful view and quick access to the water. That real estate trifecta, however, usually costs a fortune. But Lozman, a six-foot-five former U.S. Marine Corps aviator, figured out...