Bobby Stringer, who captivated the crowd. This weekend,, dozens gathered in the 115-year-old Greater Bethel AME Church to witness the talents of locally born and raised gospel musicians.Amy Rosenberg of the Overtown Music Project, organized this beautiful event to support a jazz and blues resi ... More >>
Still feisty after all these years, Carl Hiaasen unloads on Miami politics and corporate journalism
What's a day in Miami without a bizarre twist?
Castigating Couch, heralding SAVE Dade, and foot dragging on the River
Delusions of candor
Q: What's a nice guy like Alberto Ibargen doing at a place like the Miami Herald? A: Exactly what his money-grubbing bosses want him to do.
Miami Herald sports columnist Dan Le Batard goes Cosmo and cements his reputation as the paper's gender-relations expert
An El Nuevo Herald reporter quits and becomes the political story in Hialeah
Dave Lawrence really wants you to know what he thinks of those fiendish Detroit newspaper strikers
The bumper stickers are everywhere. The banners can't be missed. Dade County is a veritable vision in Love Your Neighbor regalia. But is everyone out there really happy?
The Miami Herald is making national news . . . for all the wrong reasons
Maverick editor-publisher Jack King delights in goring the Grove's sacred cows
Though Herald execs are giddy about their market-driven plan for "journalistic excellence," the critics denounce it as a bitter pillar to swallow
Sure, Miami has an empty stadium. And sure, Bruce Frey has pigskin on the brain. But that's no excuse for the Canadian football league.
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.
The short and sour career of El Nuevo's Alvaro Vargas Llosa
You may admire him or you may find him disgusting. But at least you've got to hand it to him: Jorge Mas Canosa has got clout.
After years of doing nothing Dade County now plans to put 500 homeless people under one roof. It won't be in your neighborhood, of course.