The McClatchy Co. announced this morning that it has sold one of Miami's most iconic buildings to a Malaysian resort and gambling company.The company's chairman, Gary Pruitt, said it was no longer the era for a newspaper to be located on the bay. That says something about daily newspapers.The goo ... More >>
via Wiki Commons/AveretteNormally, the sale of a parking lot shouldn't be newsworthy, but when it combines the real estate boom in downtown Miami and the decline of the printed press, it's worth taking note. The Miami Herald this morning reported the complicated sale of its parking ... More >>
That's how quickly things change here, which can be invigorating for cities as well as editors
The Miami Post
Still feisty after all these years, Carl Hiaasen unloads on Miami politics and corporate journalism
Can the Miami Herald polish up its old luster by importing a columnist from an "edgy" free weekly?
The behind-the-scenes battle to put Miami's homegrown Fortune 500 Co. next to the Herald raises an old specter
The Fun-Loving Spirit of Miami's Caribbean Carnival: Price-gouging, pepper spray, and personal insults
From the issue of August 23, 2001
Battered by severe budget cuts, staff reductions, and sudden management changes, the Miami Heraldconfronts its uncertain future
"Newspaper rewrites paragraph, reveals possible Castro infiltration of U.S. government radio station"
From the issue of January 25, 2001
That's El Nuevo Herald. All the news that's fit to print, as long as it's short, simple, and easy to read.
Did you get your Herald today? Are you sure?
Publisher busted over the Boss
Years behind schedule and way over budget, the performing arts center is another Miami miracle
Tropic gets axed after31 years and countless awards. Watch for the last issue: A gift guide.
Q: What's a nice guy like Alberto Ibargen doing at a place like the Miami Herald? A: Exactly what his money-grubbing bosses want him to do.
Once again the indefatigable Dan Paul launches an attack on arrogant local officials, and once again he needs your help
A Little Friendly Persuasion
Dave Lawrence really wants you to know what he thinks of those fiendish Detroit newspaper strikers
The Miami Herald is making national news . . . for all the wrong reasons
People are fleeing in record numbers and not being replaced. Morale has hit bottom. News coverage has been severely curtailed. Money is scarce. And the corporate bigshots love it.
The short and sour career of El Nuevo's Alvaro Vargas Llosa
Remember the Miami News? Remember its great big neon sign? Want it?
After years of doing nothing Dade County now plans to put 500 homeless people under one roof. It won't be in your neighborhood, of course.
As their restraint-of-trade lawsuit against the Miami Herald Publishing Co. proceeds at a snail's pace, distributors try to get by with less
The curtain rises on Act II of the Dade Performing Arts Center Story. Is this a comedy or a tragedy? Depends on who you ask.