Travis Cohen is a writer for Miami New Times and covers subjects ranging from arts and architecture to marijuana and monkeys with herpes. He graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University with a bachelor's degree in English in 2012 and began working with New Times shortly thereafter. He was born and raised in Miami.
21 hours ago | Marijuana
The career path of Dr. Hervé Damas has been unorthodox. He has been a linebacker for the Buffalo Bills, a professor and wellness director at the College of New Jersey, and an interventional radiologist at Mount Sinai. Most recently, though, he has...
6 days ago | Things To Do
The March for Our Lives will be a moment that reverberates not only in Washington but also far and wide, with more than 700 marches around the world. And for those who want to show their support for the Never Again movement and the students who ar...
9 days ago | Marijuana
As medical marijuana becomes a big business in Florida, the companies who got in the door first are doing everything in their power to minimize competition and maximize their bottom line. And that means pushing for a closed system that prevents mo...
19 days ago | History
This week, the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High returned to school — to the hallways and classrooms where they had watched people die, where many of them thought they, too, would probably die. It's impossible to imagine what that place mu...
21 days ago | Drugs
Most attorneys don't deserve the bad rap their profession has gotten. But when a lawyer hires an unlicensed doctor to help sell fake marijuana certificates for $800 apiece that supposedly give people legal cover to grow weed, he has earned a bit o...
22 days ago | Books
Brad Meltzer is one of South Florida's most celebrated thriller writers. For more than two decades, the author of page turners such as The Tenth Justice, Identity Crisis, and The Millionaires has more than proven the width and breadth of his imagi...