Exploring the wreckage of South Florida's condo meltdown.
There's a war on Dinner Key, and Marc Sarnoff is a bomb-thrower.
Florida moves into the number two spot when it comes to grow houses
Ecstasy swoons on the radio, plus pimp documentation and flag desecration
Clean the chief’s mouth out with soap
Drugs, guns, violence, beauty, style, and the illusory world of Miami Vice
Miami used to be a punch line, but now the joke is on bored reporters
Sensitive sites get short shrift from the city
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
No, that's not the DJ you've been hearing outside Club Space
From the issue of October 18, 2001
Miami developer Aristides Martinez once seemed an inner-city savior. Today he goes by another name: Slumlord.
Welcome to the new Miami Beach, where the citizens are angry, commissioners are cowed, and developers are Public Enemy #1
Jorge Mas Canosa answered a journalistic hatchet jobwith a libel lawsuit. But now everyone is getting cut to the bone.
Being thrown in jail was supposed to bring down the curtain on Miami drug lords Willy Falc and Sal Magluta. But there was an encore: Death threats, clandestine cameras, illegal searches, and major security violations.
When Cuba's top students were sent to the Soviet Union, no one could have guessed they would change from revolutionaries to refugees.