Rick Scott's pet project to build a new passenger railway service between Miami and Orlando has lately turned into a public punching bag. Carl Hiaasen calls it a "future train wreck for taxpayers", while Michael Grunwald writes in Time Magazine that Scott's chief of staff's ties to the firm building ... More >>
In a fight between a man and the interstate highway system, one would expect the man to always lose. Artist George Sánchez-Calderón, who's been engaged in such a conflict all year, always figured he'd lose too. "But it's a fair argument to say, like, you should or could have this guy stay here," h ... More >>
On May 20, 2013, Edduard Prince began walking from his home on 17th Street in Overtown to his job at a legal processing company at 15th and Biscayne, just as he does every day. He crossed the railroad tracks that bisect his street between NW First and North Miami avenues, just like everybody else do ... More >>
If All Aboard Florida gets its way, Miamians will be able to hop on a train downtown as soon as next year and disembark in Orlando three hours later. The company, which owns a freight line that runs along Florida's east coast, is banking on a $1.5 billion federal loan to build a new set of tracks fo ... More >>
Perhaps the definitive moment of Rick Scott's governorship was his decision to axe a federally funded high speed rail line in Florida, but that doesn't mean he's totally opposed to asking for federal handouts. In advance of Obama's visit to the Port of Miami today, Scott blasted the administration a ... More >>
Less than 10 months after it opened, Grand Central Park has now been sold to developers for $35 million.The park, always meant to be temporary, is on the former site of the Miami Arena and wedged in between the future sites of two new large-scale development projects.
Terry Durham might be some kind of prophet. The question is: Who profits?
Whatever the outcome, Dhafir Harris does it with no fear.
Ramona wreaks havoc onstage
One of Miami's most ambitious nightclubs has another chance to get it right
Miami's slummiest oceanfront neighborhood could be the next big thing. It could also turn into the next condo canyon.
May 14 - 20, 1998
It's an eyesore and a hazard and its owner has thumbed his nose at everyone. Yet you may pay good money for it.
No hulking concrete slab at water's edge? No arts center hidden by noisy expressways? No bombed-out corridors of desolation? A dream, right?
Once again the indefatigable Dan Paul launches an attack on arrogant local officials, and once again he needs your help
For a hundred years the FEC Railway has been chugging up and down Florida's east coast. The next hundred years shouldn't be much different.
Civics and spirituality. Politics and prayer. In the ongoing battle against inertia, Goulds bares the conflicts at its core.