He has spent 138 days on the road in just a few years on the job. Who’s minding the Miami Police Department?
Once a lifeline and a symbol, Chalk's delivered death
Scoundrels allegedly gorged themselves on millions stolen from MIA, and now a prominent politician is implicated in the conspiracy
Overtown gets clean at Mister Lee's
Hector's mom, divide and conquer the black community, and hippies in Havana
City of Miami
Will Eddie Lee Macklin accomplish more in death than he did in life? Don't count on it.
On NW Eighth Street and Fourth Avenue, near I-95, Ignatius Murray, Overtown's Veggie Man, is practicing urban farming
Personal financial embarrassments and allegations of sexual impropriety have done nothing to spoil Derrick Miller's political fortunes in Opa-locka
Miami shakes off its skanky image and prepares for the big time: Billboard capital of the universe!
With no public input whatsoever, Miami officials have put together a deal to trade waterfront park land for massive cruise ship terminals and a lovely parking garage
Miami developer Aristides Martinez once seemed an inner-city savior. Today he goes by another name: Slumlord.
When it comes to constructing roadside billboards, the City of Miami is a regular free-for-all
Punk underdogs refuse to move on
Pay a visit to Overtown's New Jack complex, where drug dealers rule, kids play in sewage, and multimillionaire owner Garth Reeves makes excuses
Joe Celestin might have lost his bid to become mayor of North Miami, but his campaign united South Florida's Haitians like nothing before
1998 was a great year for corruption. New Times puts a price tag on the year's malfeasance
Residents of this Miami neighborhood don't care how neat the kids' museum will be
If Joe Carollo gets into bed with old nemesis Wayne Huizenga, two of the mayor's closest advisers will be fluffing the pillows
Miami city manager Cesar Odio loves to hand out taxpayer money to his friends. It's not under the table, but it is under the radar.
In Miami breaking bread has become an intricate part of breaking the law
Joaquin Avino's new employer got a piece of the Performing Arts Center contract, but Avi*o had nothing to do with it
Tropical paradise or violent hellhole? If you ask the wizards selected to design the city's publicity campaign, the answer is as clear as a bright summer day.
In Cuba she was a symbol, the Madonna of the Counterrevolution. But in Miami, it's a different kind of fight for Paula Valiente.
Their flocks have multiplied despite past controversy. But can the Revs. Victor Curry and Richard Dunn preach politics?