Even little old ladies donít trust him
For more than 80 years the Miami Times has been the voice of the black community, but fewer and fewer people are listening
In four short years, state Rep. Ralph Arza has gone from schoolteacher to powerful politician, and now he's about to take control of public education in Miami
From nightclubs to culture wars to defending the defenders
A group of young attorneys are in open revolt against their boss -- Public Defender Bennett Brummer
Around and around on the MIAB/black-owned hotel deal
Developer Donahue Peebles is as handsome, smooth, articulate, & nasty as he needs to be
Free cops for your next event? Dorrin Rolle says yes.
Pepe Cancio faced big trouble on his first day as a county commissioner, but no one likes trouble
After the fire, the fire still burns
Will Eddie Lee Macklin accomplish more in death than he did in life? Don't count on it.
When you hear the name Maurice Ferré, what comes to mind? Something positive? Negative? Anything at all?
From the issue of July 26, 2001
So you weren't among those lucky few who dined with the king and queen? Consider it a compliment.
"If you do me right, I'll give you $20"
The high and mighty rushed to the aid of dubiously degreed schools superintendent Roger Cuevas
A Sixties-style radical shakes his behind at old-style protesters, and police go crazy
African millionaire Foutanga Dit Babani Sissoko opened his checkbook and stole Miami's heart. Not surprisingly, that wasn't the only thing he stole.
For some people, African millionaire Foutanga Dit Babani Sissoko was a dream come true. For others he was a nightmare.
To win the most important election in Dade County history, the top mayoral candidates have hacked the voting public to pieces
One person won the job of county chief executive. But in the end, everybody lost.
The Florida Elections Commission and the Florida Bar. Maybe the FBI, too. For a man who won automatic re-election, Metro Commissioner James Burke seems to have a lot of explaining to do.
Do black motorists get pulled over by cops for no good reason? Attorney H.T. Smith used to think so. Now he knows so.
Part 2: Miriam Alonso knows how to put votes together, but she can't seem to separate dirty tricks from politics
Political gangster or humble servant, Miriam Alonso wins either way
Miami's black community finally gets an honest shot at the county commission, and the scramble among candidates is on