To the rest of the world, everything in Miami-Dade County is known as simply "Miami," but the actual City of Miami is one of the smallest main municipalities of a major American metro area by both size and population. That's because historically the area has a flare for incorporating new towns and c ... More >>
Tourists can't wait to get next to them — even if they are eating machines.
"As the chair, you had the power to say something, and you didnt"
Mexican food is plentiful in Homestead
Government Cut jetty
The cover story is conservation, but the Bush boys have their hands in the taxpayers' pockets again
Embrace the Nightmare: And while we're at it, let's pray for really,really bad weather
From the issue of September 27, 2001
Miami's chapter of the Audubon Society loses a leader and gains critics
Is Miami-Dade County Manager Steve Shiver a lying little weasel? Absolutely, absolutely.
On one side are politicians and influential business interests. On the other are environmentalists and some very wealthy private citizens. In the middle is Homestead Air Force Base. Dead ahead: An explosive confrontation.
He billed himself as a reformer, but a close look at Alex Penelas's record reveals a politician more in tune with ambition than innovation
The queen conch, long a culinary favorite and a symbol of life in the Keys, is disappearing from local waters
Forty years after Castro's revolution, the men of Alpha 66 talk tough but sometimes snooze
Battling cancer, veteran pol Dante Fascell talks of war, Cuba, and a lifetime of putting Miami on the map
Developers are hungrily eyeing Dade's agricultural heartland, where farmers are a dwindling breed
Move over, Sasquatch. Beat it, Bigfoot. It's time you met South Florida's own: The great Skunk Ape.
Like a lot of people, Manny Puig has a hobby. Unlike a lot of people, his hobby involves riding alligators and sharks.
The Old South Dade Dump is an open-air museum of pollution history -- and it's all ours
Scaling Mount Trashmore, sorting through the clues to the mystery of everyday life
Miami rolled out the red carpet for visiting travel honchos. They ate, they drank, they went back home.