photo by Sven via Wikimedia CommonsJust what midtown needs?If an Ohio-based developer has its way, newly flourishing midtown Miami's newest tenant will be a 160,000-square-foot Walmart. The behemoth discount center would cover the five-acre spot just south of Petsmart on North Miami Avenue and wo ... More >>
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Nightclub shuffle, Overtown hustle, Wynwood bustle
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Just because you can shake it doesn't mean you're a dancer.
City of Miami
The behind-the-scenes battle to put Miami's homegrown Fortune 500 Co. next to the Herald raises an old specter
A charming fable in which the little guys win one
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Waste dumps, illicit lobbying, paid supporters, hidden agendas. Or politics as usual in Miami-Dade County.