Sensitive sites get short shrift from the city
On the eve of its permanent disfigurement, the Miami Circle unleashed its mysterious powers of survival
Don't tell archaeologist Bob Carr that the mysterious Miami Circle is just a bunch of holes in the ground. He knows better than that.
Possibly the most influential person in Miami's ongoing facelift is a Paris-born, Toronto-raised workaholic named Edie Laquer
To Richard Hoagland the Miami Circle ain't just rocks; it's part of a great extraterrestrial drama
Move over, Sasquatch. Beat it, Bigfoot. It's time you met South Florida's own: The great Skunk Ape.
If you had your way, what single adjustment would you make to enhance the experience of living in South Florida?
Cynics say that to explore the depths of South Florida culture, all you have to do is scratch the surface. Dade County archaeologist Bob Carr digs deeper and knows better.
While out strolling along the Miami River, Mike Cutrera's dogs gave him a bone, not to mention some fascinating artifacts.