Another holiday weekend. Another boating death on Biscayne Bay. In what is becoming a sick refrain in this city, a young woman was killed on Saturday when one boat struck another in Biscayne Bay. The Columbus Day weekend collision follows several other similar accidents, including a brutal July 4 c ... More >>
The deep dredge could be in very deep trouble. Miami's most controversial public works project has been under the microscope in recent months as environmentalists have complained the dredge is killing precious coral colonies. This morning, however, those same environmentalists are filing a request ... More >>
For years, Deep Dredge proponents have promised that the $220 million project wouldn't kill off Biscayne Bay wildlife. Corals would be removed from harm's way, they claimed, and water quality would be closely monitored. Like the massive dredge barges themselves, however, those promises appear to be ... More >>
Two years ago, environmentalists desperately tried to derail the Deep Dredge. They claimed the $2 billion plan to deepen the Port of Miami would kill wildlife in Biscayne Bay, so they sued to stop it. But when a bevy of state agencies lined up against them -- threatening dredge opponents with outrag ... More >>
Shuckers, the beloved waterfront grill, is set to reopen as early as next month. The restaurant was forced to close last year after the restaurant's deck collapsed during an NBA playoffs game, sending dozens of patrons into Biscayne Bay. According to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue captain Eugene Germain Jr ... More >>
Yesterday, David Beckham's team of investors and real estate advisers unveiled an ambitious plan to build a soccer stadium atop what is now a boat slip on Biscayne Bay. "We want to bring the world's greatest game to the world's greatest city," said Beckham's Bolivian billionaire business partner, Ma ... More >>
The outdoor deck of popular sports bar Shuckers collapsed into Biscayne Bay last evening, sending dozens of people into Biscayne Bay last evening. According to The Miami Herald, the incident happened around 9:45 p.m., as patrons were watching the first half of the Miami Heat finals.
As Miami-Dade County moves forward with its $12.6 billion plan to fix the aging water and sewer collection system, Federal Chief Judge Frederico Moreno yesterday awarded a significant victory to the Biscayne Bay Waterkeeper, an environmental group that claims the county proposal does not address sea ... More >>
As far as things found floating in Biscayne Bay, yesterday's discovery of a headless goat and some decapitated roosters was pretty tame. So why are we acting like this is a thing that doesn't happen all the time here?
Pharrell wants to move. But he's got to sell his massive panty-dropper in Brickell before he can skate on out of here. It's a rather dope crib with all the stylish touches that you'd expect from a music mogul with one name. Complete with luscious vistas, high-rise perspectives, chic modern touches ... More >>
Sh*t is hitting the fan. First, there were the leaks: over 65 of them in the past two years, inundating neighborhoods across South Florida with putrid water. Then came the bill: over $1.1 billion to fix the county's aging sewage system. The crap crisis has become so bad that last week the county ann ... More >>
The following compendium is not to be confused with our Top Five Restaurants for Outdoor Dining. The former isn't concerned with how good the restaurant is overall, and just having outside seating doesn't cut it. The great outdoors on this list has to come with something lovely to look at, and th ... More >>
Environmentalists are suing to stop a $150 million dredging project from tearing up Biscayne BayFaced with up to two years of underwater blasting that they say will forever scar Biscayne Bay, local environmentalists played their last card yesterday to stop the Port of Miami "Deep Dredge" project: Th ... More >>
You thought you were having a bad morning? At least you didn't spend it dangling helplessly from the side of the 63 floor 900 Biscayne Bay building in downtown Miami. Luckily, the maintenance worker was rescued without injury, though another worker who witnessed the incident was treated for shock ... More >>
via twitter.com/commonChicago native Common (AKA Lonnie Rashied Lynn Jr.) has often been dubbed "hip-hop's Renaissance Man." His socially conscious music has won him Grammys, been utilized by Barack Obama, and survived the phases of an often fickle music industry. Buddy's acting chops aren't to ... More >>
This really is LeBron's HouseMaybe the fact that the Heat are finally coming together on the court has something to do with the fact that their three big stars have finally found places to call home. We've already shown you pictures of Chris Bosh's and Dwyane Wade's new mansions. Those are both i ... More >>
via Wiki CommonsAn adult humpback whale, though not the one caught in the BayThere's a humpback whale in Biscayne Bay off Bear Cut, possibly in distress. The U.S. Coast Guard believe he could be caught in a rope attached to an anchor. A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrati ... More >>
photos by 305247.comOutside at Gibraltar on Biscayne BayGibraltar on Grove Isle is one of the sexiest dinner joints in Miami. Set on a romantic island floating in Biscayne Bay just a stones throw from South Bayshore Drive, the location has seen more weddings than a Vegas chapel.Last Friday, Short ... More >>
A 50-foot yacht went up in flames yesterday on Biscayne Bay. [CBS4]A woman with amazing hair stole an ambulance yesterday. [Herald]Miami-Dade Transit got $64.5 million in stimulus money to use on the Metromover and Metrorail. [SFBJ]Driver's license, tag, title, and registration fees are all set to i ... More >>
Today police found more body parts floating in Biscayne Bay, this time near I-195. Two other bags of body parts were found floating in separate locations yesterday. One bag near the 79th Street causeway, and another set that washed ashore at 7899 NE Bayshore Court. Police id ... More >>
What can be said about the newspaper meltdown that hasn't already been said? The Miami Herald announced today it's letting 175 people go, reducing the salaries of anyone making more than $25k, slimming page size down, and ceasing publications of the international edition.&nb ... More >>
Baleen continues to coast.
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