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
The people of Miami take a crash course in art, parks, and democracy
According to these folks, there's hope for America's most impoverished city
If they concern Bicentennial Park, your presence is requested this weekend
The Marlins cut a deal, and once again the pathetic public doesn't have a clue what just blew by
With no public input whatsoever, Miami officials have put together a deal to trade waterfront park land for massive cruise ship terminals and a lovely parking garage
Miami commissioners use a well-worn strategy to avoid public notice of their sweetheart deals
Letters from the issue of March 23, 2000
This Stadium Goes in This Park or Else!
In an act of audacious short-sightedness, Miami is offering its finest bayfront property to the highest bidder
Nat Wilcox on bad behavior; and growing radio verde?
The Marlins Had a Party and You Weren't Invited
John Henry, This Is War!
Just Say No to John Henry
No hulking concrete slab at water's edge? No arts center hidden by noisy expressways? No bombed-out corridors of desolation? A dream, right?