Call it a split decision. The latest legal skirmish over the Deep Dredge devolved into an all-day court battle over contracts and language yesterday. Despite the dredge drudgery, however, environmentalists emerged from federal court claiming important concessions in their ongoing battle against the ... More >>
A month ago, state regulators raised the alarm over silt from the Deep Dredge killing Miami corals. Now the feds are stepping in as well. According to documents obtained by New Times, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has issued a scathing set of recommendations for saving endange ... More >>
Another Miami brewery is poised to open in the coming months, yet for the past year the general public has not had a chance to taste any beer from Biscayne Bay Brewing Company. That will change, however, when the brewery is handing out samples of its beer at the Key West Brewfest this weekend. The ... More >>
With all the glitz and glamor of celebrity chefs embracing Miami Beach for a weekend during the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, some people might forget that the event is an annual blowout fundraiser for Florida International University's Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism. In fact, over ... More >>
Judi Kolson used to love paddling the waters of Biscayne Bay until a recent outing allegedly gave her a leg infection after her skin came into contact with contaminated water. Now, the breast cancer survivor from Key Biscayne won't jump back into the ocean.In an affidavit filed in Miami federal cour ... More >>
While the rest of the nation is celebrating just being able to leave the house without mittens and and a scarf on, it will be just another warm, sunny weekend for us here in South Florida. So why not grill a fabulous selection of barbecued meats while taking in a wondrous view? No we don't mean by p ... More >>
Near-tragedy and heroism have become synonymous with EDM-theme cruises, both around Biscayne Bay and abroad. On Saturday morning, the MSC Poesia ran aground in the Bahamas and sent beat freaks aboard the Holy Ship! cruise into panic mode as death seemingly knocked on their portholes. In 2010, ... More >>
Aristotle Ares, 87, wants to resurrect an island lost to the elements 85 years agoThe Port of Miami Tunnel might be a boondoggle, but its construction continues apace. With a giant drill now in place, the big dig begins next month. The debate is now over where to dump the tons of crud. Environmental ... More >>
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts via FacebookNo one thought anyone would go to the Arsht when they first built it as the Carnival Center. Everyone said, People in Miami don't go to the theater; no one cares about the arts.Thankfully, everyone was wrong, and the place is usually packe ... More >>
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sr_cranks via Flikr Fecal pollution in Gables.Everybody is waiting to see if the Gulf oil is going to wash up on Miami's beaches anytime soon. Maybe we should be more conscious of what is already here. The Miami-Dade Health Department issued an advisory Wednesday for the atoll pool at Math ... More >>
Jacob KatelDret Gunk Miami's so hot that pigs sweat bacon grease, Biscayne Bay turns to fish soup, and palm trees hide under each other for shade. Perfect weather for a cold drink, a hot bbq, and some potato salad. Summer pulses through the county with the chaotic friction of all our molecules heati ... More >>
The original George.
And not a one we can afford
Set sail on the ocean blue for a Columbus Day tradition.
At least you can eat like youre traveling tonight.
At Dade Heritage Days, celebrate what once was.
Treat yourself to hump-day relaxation with a twist
Stay cool from the knees down at Matheson Hammock
Super Bowl fun for everyone
Flagler Street from Twelfth Avenue to Biscayne Bay
Red Fish Grill
Low-calorie, low-price, low-taste food at Bites on Wheels
Maverick movie maker's freaky flicks unspool
Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World
Delicias del Mar Peruano
By pontoon, the natural history of Biscayne Bay just floats over you
East Coast Water Sports
Oleta River State Recreation Area
Authorities are in a pickle over where to dump the toxic sludge soon to be scraped from the Miami River
Regattus interruptus aboard the Special Warfare dampens historic nude fest
Stiltsville's owners are hoping historical designation can save them from demolition
Ronald Esserman didn't want his boat hitting bottom. Now the auto tycoon and his top-flight contractors are going to get spanked.
The Old South Dade Dump is an open-air museum of pollution history -- and it's all ours
Upper Biscayne Bay party boaters claim environmental technocrats killed Beer Can Island. And framed Hurricane Andrew.