At the end of a leafy, dead-end street in Coconut Grove, past actor Christian Slater's new digs and the sprawling grounds of Hollywood director David Frankel's home, sit mounds of rubble. Just a few days ago, this was one of Miami's grandest, most envied private homes: the five-acre, 26,000-square-f ... More >>
It's an eyesore and a hazard and its owner has thumbed his nose at everyone. Yet you may pay good money for it.
Bounced checks, phony documents, multiple bankruptcies, countless lawsuits, burned business partners, and an army of avenging attorneys might discourage most entrepreneurs. But as far as Mohamed Ibrahim is concerned, it all just comes out in the wash.
The further misadventures of the Rex Bear -- or what's left of it
There's a million cubic yards of toxic sludge on the bottom of the Miami River and you may as well get used to it
Bulldozers. Pesticides. Fertilizers. If you live in South Florida, golf's threat to the ecosystem might get you teed off.
That roaring inferno you see was started intentionally, and if it can be kept under control, it'll do more good than harm
It's sad when a manatee dies because of a careless boater. What took place on Watson Island went beyond sad.
Years of neglect have poisoned the land and contaminated the water under Miami International Airport. Investigators are just now beginning to grasp how bad it is. It's very bad.
Amid the rustle of the Australian pines on Beer Can Island, you might just hear the song of that rare bird, environmentalist compromisensis