Courtesy Ferdie PachecoFerdie Pacheco talks to Muhammad Ali between sparring sessions at the 5th Street Gym in Miami Beach.If you grew up in Miami Beach prior to 1993, the floor above the neighborhood drug store on Fifth Street at Washington Avenue was a magical place.For more than a quarter-cent ... More >>
If you thought it was too late to score tickets to the delicious South Beach Wine & Food Festival, think again. Several marquee events still have room for all the foodies out there. Most exciting is the fact that there are general admission tickets for the Perrier-Jouet BubbleQ for sale for $ ... More >>
Enjoy treats for your ticker at Heart of a Chef.
Mark’s, which New Times cited as one of Miami’s few “solid, serious venues” for dining, is shutting its doors on South Beach and in West Palm Beach. “I’m sorry to inform you that we have closed this location,” says a recording at the former South Beach restauarant, located at the Nash ... More >>
In which local authors and aficionados list their favorites
The Miami cemetery is like the city's diary. And after years of abuse, this book is getting a new cover.
Bernardo Benes helped free hundreds of Cuban political prisoners twenty years ago. Hardliners in Miami hate him for it.
The sexton's post at the Miami City Cemetery is a burial ground for troublesome municipal employees. But Clyde Cates wasn't about to just roll over and die.
A Cuban embezzler built it, anti-Batista guerrillas trained in it, Nicaraguan refugees lived in it, and Frank Robinson played baseball in it. Now somebody has to step to the plate and save Bobby Maduro Miami Stadium.
This time next year an RV campground will occupy Virginia Key. Say sayonara to one of the city's last patches of green.
Remember the Miami News? Remember its great big neon sign? Want it?
The housewife who saved FDR's life, the ghosts that roam Vizcaya, the sea serpent of Biscayne Bay, and other Miami legends, yarns, and flat-out lies