Quik Park's Hank Sopher has made a quick buck from garages and vacant lots. Now politicians are wondering if he's selling the public short.
Letters from the issue of February 17, 2000
Letters from the issue of February 10, 2000
Miami Beach Mayor Neisen Kasdin's bro Scott has trouble like you wouldn't believe
Mayoral hopeful Marty Shapiro bills himself as the anti-development candidate for Miami Beach. Problem is, he's not.
When Ed Resnick agreed to help negotiate the Portofino Agreement, he never figured he'd become South Beach's public enemy #1
In six months of smog-free service, the Beach's ElectroWave shuttle has traveled a rough road
He managed to leave office without being indicted, which may explain why Miami Beach's former mayor feels free to unload on development, corruption, and the bad boys across the bay
Welcome to the new Miami Beach, where the citizens are angry, commissioners are cowed, and developers are Public Enemy #1
Backroom deals. Latin kingmakers. Ethnic gerrymandering. Hey, Miami Beach politics has finally come of age!
June 3 will either be doomsday for Miami Beach or just another opportunity for aspiring politicians to make political hay
In Miami Beach, the First Amendment and a few thousand dollars will get you some "free" speech
Wire editor and former club owner Andrew Delaplaine wants to be the next mayor of Miami Beach. Is this guy tilting at windmills?
In her quest for a seat on the Miami Beach Commission, Matti Bower doesn't want to be labeled "the Hispanic candidate." She just wants to win.
Michael Aller can smooth-talk with the best of them. His political friends in Miami Beach love him for it. His creditors don't.
Who should be selected as Miami Beach's new city manager? If the politicians insist on holding secret meetings to discuss it, make sure they meet with you!
A new crop of Miami Beach commissioners might finally lay to rest the Huber Drug Letter controversy