One week of living and dying in Miami-Dade.
Once a power on the local scene, the scrappy weekly has seen its fortunes plummet.
"It's unacceptable that Commissioner Rebeca Sosa refuses to take responsibility for what she's done."
Talking out of both sides of your mouth is tricky, but Carlos Alvarez is getting the hang of it
The Miami Herald ignited a firestorm over police spying and got burned in the process
Javier Peña is a maverick cabbie on a mission to turn the notorious Miami taxi industry into a respectable profession. So far he's been threatened, shot at, fined, and fired. In other words, he's making progress.
Freedom of expression -- what a concept!
Letters from the Issue of January 24, 2002
From the issue of April 12, 2001
America's most famous political family could be on the Miami Beach ballot this fall
Designers of the fabulously swanky Delano Beach Village forgot one little thing: The rules
Streets lined with rowdies, fistfights, gunshots, cops in ski masks. Is this what an entertainment district is supposed to look like?
Welcome to the new Miami Beach, where the citizens are angry, commissioners are cowed, and developers are Public Enemy #1
, The 107th District state House race provides a mystery worthy of Dashiell Hammett