Students all over the state are celebrating Florida School Breakfast Week, in which kids are encouraged to start their day with healthy chow.According to the Food Research and Action Center in Washington, D.C., children who eat a complete breakfast make fewer mistakes and work faster in math and num ... More >>
Most sports teams get it. Anything in print is good for them. The Miami Heat has never understood this. On Monday, the team banned Esquire writer Scott Raab after he called LeBron James a "gutless loser" and other choice terms. Raab is writing a book about LeBron.This ain't the first time th ... More >>
Six years ago, county voters gave the Miami Art Museum $100 million to build a new home at Bicentennial Park. There were no specifics on the ballot, or time-lines, but in the flush times of the early aughts it was another one of those 'Sounds good and why not' votes.The new museum would be a cult ... More >>
"Pastor Spann is not perfect, but before people start running their mouths, they need to ask themselves: What am I doing for the community?"
Making school lunches healthy is an uphill battle
They all deserve one, but who will take it home?
What exactly does that mean? Today we know it means that two museums will receive hundreds of millions of dollars to build hulking structures in a waterfront park. But on November 2, most people had no clue
No, Rosa Kasse isn't crazy to do battle with state Rep. Ralph Arza -- it just looks that way
Is Miami Beach secretly racist?
Battered by severe budget cuts, staff reductions, and sudden management changes, the Miami Heraldconfronts its uncertain future
For years the infamous Wasp Network collected reams of data on Miami's anti-Castro forces -- and the sundry, sometimes bizarre, attempts to infiltrate them
That's El Nuevo Herald. All the news that's fit to print, as long as it's short, simple, and easy to read.
He billed himself as a reformer, but a close look at Alex Penelas's record reveals a politician more in tune with ambition than innovation
FIU and MDCC foundations draw new scrutiny from state investigators
The Miami Herald took on the world's biggest news story -- and flopped
How some of Miami's brightest lights nearly trashed a piece of local history
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.
Leading a city in crisis is definitely a time-consuming job, but that hasn't kept the mayor from attending to his correspondence
The Unity Council of Miami -- what a wonderful concept! Especially for Darryl Reaves, who collected most of the taxpayers' money that funded it.
Impoverished and imperiled, Cuba's independent journalists stubbornly cling to the notion of a free press
A navy press officer says the Miami Herald unfairly finagled its way inot Gloria Estefan's Guantanamo entourage
The Miami Hearald's brain trust comes to grips with a sticky wicket
, One Dade visionary's plan for world peace could come to fruition -- if only he had the Freedom Tower and Jane Fonda
Miami's arena footballers need to get something off their chest
Remember the Miami News? Remember its great big neon sign? Want it?
Six things you might want to consider before casting your vote for Joe Gersten