Of the thousands of protesters in JC Bermudez Park on Saturday, only one was dressed all in black. J.J. Rendón stood out solemnly in the sea of white. Latin America's most infamous political consultant wouldn't have had it any other way. For the 15 years since Hugo Chávez was elected, Rendón has ... More >>
As we enter 2012, things will feel different in the Wynwood Arts District. Most things will look the same, but there will be one establishment in particular we'll miss. The nonprofit Edge Zones on NE 25th recently announced the end of its run as a gallery. The Edge Zones entity itself is not goin ... More >>
Michael McElroyJames Cason wants to be Coral Gables mayor.When WikiLeaks began strategically dumping more than 250,000 secret U.S. Embassy cables, former American diplomat James Cason wasn't particularly worried that the leaked documents would cause long-term irreparable harm to his country's nat ... More >>
With a decade-plus of revisiting Jamaican rhythms, the Slackers are anything but
Still going strong at 71, Argentine folk hero Mercedes Sosa shares her messages of peace
A scuffle minutes from the nation's sandy playground highlights its slimy underbelly
Vamos a Cuba has become an unlikely political lightning rod
They're waging a war on organized religion, they bring in millions of dollars, and defectors say they're a cult
Just a retiree collecting a pension, police brutality, defensive art scenesters
Clandestine meetings and a hungry press
What do you do when some morons criticize you in a news report? If you're the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, the top federal cop, the answer is easy: You blackball the news reporter
A quick look at our amigos from Toronto to Tierra del Fuego
When trade sanctions, bluster, and a few bombs don't work, you gotta try something else
Meet Camilo Padreda, dynamic businessman, faithful Republican, patron of law enforcement, convicted felon
Miami's non-Muslim mullahs are ready to forgive Castro's accused 2000 assassins
From the issue of September 20, 2001
Posada Carriles is in jail -- again -- for plotting against Castro. And again, he's sure it's Castro's fault.
From the issue of July 12, 2001
From the issue of March 22, 2001
Bill Lara and Pedro Gonzalez have a vision: Unite Miami's small community newspapers as a force to be reckoned with
Miami's Sun Gym gang developed a taste for blood and money. The police could have stopped them before they killed somebody. But they didn't.
For Homestead's working poor, the thought of joining a union can be frightening. So how do you fight the fear?
How gangs overran a school in an affluent neighborhood. And how administrators reclaimed it.
Forget Jerry and Phil. When it comes to Spanish TV, Miami's own Pedro Sevcec is the tiger of talk.
The Castro government is marketing music, and the whole world is buying. Except Miami.
After decades of living month to month in trailer parks, some South Dade migrant workers have found a permanent address
Jorge Mas Canosa says a Miami woman tried to smear his reputation and extort millions from him. She says he is the father of her child. Both have sworn they are telling the truth.
You live in Rio de Janeiro and you've got a little problem with an overzealous police force. Your difficulties could be solved with a few hundred assault rifles and a couple of tons of ammo. Welcome to Miami!
The sedative Rohypnol is illegal in the United States. Which probably goes a long way toward explaining why it's so easy to find in Miami.
From an island in the sea to an island in the heart of Miami
Has outspoken firefighter Douglas Jewett spoken out once too often?