Late at night, the dwarves and strippers come out to play.
A scuffle minutes from the nation's sandy playground highlights its slimy underbelly
In this political season, Miami's high-profile campaign contributors favor Republicans and Democrats
The governor's daughter and the Estefans' son weren't exactly model students at Gulliver, but they had some serious fun -- and so did I
Paquito Hechavarria misses Perez Prado
Owner John Brunetti is determined to save Hialeah Park, but market pressures may spell doom after 76 years of racing
From the issue of December 28, 2000
Correspondence from our readers
Is the Latin world ready for Só Pra Contrariar?
For master craftsman Abe Rich, making world-class pool cues is more than a job -- it's a way of life.
A salute to the small but dedicated cadre of elevator professionals who see to it that your next ride won't be your last
Dade's property tax assessment appeals system features sloppy record-keeping, a lack of oversight -- and a whole lot of money for those who know how to ask for it
A navy press officer says the Miami Herald unfairly finagled its way inot Gloria Estefan's Guantanamo entourage
Call it drag, call it nouveau vaudeville -- Little Havana's Teatro de Bellas Artes' Midnight Follies is all entertainment