NE Second Avenue is Biscayne Boulevard's back door. The gritty street snakes quietly through Miami alongside the main thoroughfare, occasionally catching spillover from Biscayne's midnight parade of low-rent hookers and penny-ante drug dealers. But the street has a split personality: From 20th to 54th streets at noon on any given weekday you'll see, interspersed with the occasional streetwalker, a neighborhood full of legitimate businesses where residents can do their laundry, gas up their cars, grab a bite to eat,... More >>>