Miamarina wants the raucous La Rumba party boat out. Its owners are crying foul.
Lesbian nightclub promoter tangles with heavyweight businessman over jinxed property leased from a bewildered City of Miami
Miami's infamous ex-city manager hired more than 100 staffers entirely at his own discretion. Guess who's paying them.
So says Manuel Garcia, a man with an old-fashioned (and irritating) sense of right and wrong
City Hall revives a scheme to do away with Dinner Key Anchorage, Miami's last floating village
Already charged with corruption, Odio now faces renewed questions about his misuse of a discretionary fund
FPL wants no part of a power struggle between the City of Miami and a Coconut Grove cafe
Developers in Coconut Grove have learned a couple of things about rules: They can be used to personal advantage. And they can be used as weapons.
Peace-loving, tree-hugging religious disciples or crafty retailers cashing in at public expense? You be the judge.
Like a wounded animal, Coconut Grove's historic Peacock House has finally been put out of its misery
Calloway's is back, along with construction complications, crowds, and controversy