Humberto Aguilar was a fugitive, then spent years in jail. But now he has a real story to tell.
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Miami attorney Joaquin Perez helps drug kingpins get minimum jail time, maximum profits, by cooperating with the feds
How two Jews from Jersey grew up in North Miami and found their inner Billy Joel in the bowels of an 88
Three scenes from a botched election
Possibly the most influential person in Miami's ongoing facelift is a Paris-born, Toronto-raised workaholic named Edie Laquer
Wherein our intrepid writer attempts to pierce the veil of sleaze on Miami's main street
Created after the 1980 riots, the Metro Miami Action Plan was supposed to level the playing field for blacks. What happened?
Prolific South Dade lady-killer Vernon Braithwaite has a new home: jail
Residents of Allapattah have come to fear the boys who hang at 1024, And they have reason to
Nearly four years ago a couple of intrepid entrepreneurs opened Zanjabil in hopes of inspiring their neighbors in the black Grove. They're still hoping.
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.
Flush with valuable Lincoln Road real estate and saddled with major debts, the South Florida Art Center ponders its options, its future, and its purpose
Tommy Anthony refuses to take the easy way out
To Panama's incarcerated Maximum Leader, he is a link to the outside world. But who exactly is Rudolfo Castrell?