UPDATE: Miami-Dade State Attorney Kath‚Äčerine Fernandez Rundle stands by her decision to prosecute Michelle Spence-Jones for bribery, claiming the judge presiding over the suspended Miami city commissioner's trial screwed up the verdict's outcome. "We disagree with the judge's interpretation o ... More >>
Armando Codina‚ÄčTalk about a hostile witness. Armando Codina, the developer at the heart of a criminal case against ex-Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones, criticized prosecutor Richard Scruggs repeatedly on the stand today for "misleading" him. Prosecutors say the $12,500 Codina gave a charity at S ... More >>
This year Subtropics marks its 21 year anniversary and 20th edition (more on that later) of bringing together sound minds in South Florida. The conference features performances, lectures, networking opportunities and exhibits for audiophiles and the uninitiated alike. Artistic Director of the festiv ... More >>
Xavier Spencer is one of Miamiís best young musicians, but you might never hear him play
Dining by Design
In South Miami-Dade it's all in the land -- the earth, the profits, and the sweet deals
A Creole-language radio show breaks the silence surrounding domestic violence in Haitian homes
No hulking concrete slab at water's edge? No arts center hidden by noisy expressways? No bombed-out corridors of desolation? A dream, right?
Even through her own struggle with the disease, Rhaynetta Cheatham has worked tirelessly to bring AIDS awareness where it's most needed: Miami's black community
People are fleeing in record numbers and not being replaced. Morale has hit bottom. News coverage has been severely curtailed. Money is scarce. And the corporate bigshots love it.
Erotic art has been accepted as a valid means of expression for thousands of years. But don't you worry about that, stranger. You're in Coral Gables now.
When Hugh Westbrook pioneered hospice care, his organization saw to the needs of the dying. Fifteen years later nothing has changed -- except the politics and the profit margins.