The Miami Herald has racked up three Pulitzers for commentary and another three for photography in its history, but the Doral-based paper is looking to shed some fat in both department. According to a memo obtained by Romenesko and Random Pixels, the paper announced to staff this morning that they'r ... More >>
The fight over Genting's casino-fueled plans for the current site of the Miami Herald building has been thrown a hitch by an unlikely party: the Dade Heritage Trust. You see, they think that big brown and beige box which is basically at this point a glorified backdrop for giant Apple iPad banner ... More >>
Maybe we're just heading for disappointment if we get caught up in the fact that the Dolphins could win their division, but it feels so good. [USA Today]Unscientific Odds of survival for The Miami Herald: "2-1. If you do not consider a two-page weekly digest of Dave Barry and Carl Hiaasen columns to ... More >>
The Feder men bring their special sound to the Bay Jam.
Books & Books celebrates a quarter-century
Jimmy Buffett inexplicably leads a kid movie to the big screen
Drugs, guns, violence, beauty, style, and the illusory world of Miami Vice
Come with Me, Sheba by Preston L. Allen
Intelligent voters, outspoken readers, and a downtown dining oasis
Still feisty after all these years, Carl Hiaasen unloads on Miami politics and corporate journalism
The 25 Most Unbearable Miami Movies Ever Made
In which local authors and aficionados list their favorites
Surely there's more to local literature than crime and exile
From the issue of August 23, 2001
Letters from the issue of July 13, 2000
Fathers Aren't Supposed to Die: Five Brothers Reunite to Say Goodbye
May 6 - 12, 1999
Tropic gets axed after31 years and countless awards. Watch for the last issue: A gift guide.
Leading a city in crisis is definitely a time-consuming job, but that hasn't kept the mayor from attending to his correspondence
Maria Genero passed the screen test; Hollywood flunked the spelling test
Woolly Warren Zevon lives to fish again another day
Columnist Carl gets no credit, but cash will do.