City of Miami residents won't be given much of a choice when it comes to exercising their right to democracy during the November 5th mayoral elections. Despite an early fund-raising lead, commissioner Francis Suarez dropped out due to some minor campaign hickups and his wife's pregnancy, leaving the ... More >>
Jeb Bush Jr. is one of the future faces of the Republican Party. He is the 29-year-old president of Bush Realty and sits on the boards of several local corporations. The youngest son of Florida's former governor is even considered a possible contender against Democratic Congressman Joe Garcia in 201 ... More >>
Now we know why Mitt Romney released a last minute campaign ad in South Florida trying to link Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro to Barack Obama. It was a desperation.Romney knew he had to to stave off the biggest surprise of the presidential election in Florida: Nearly half of Miami-Dade's Cuban America ... More >>
Also read: "Al Lorenzo Wins Elections, but Will His History Hurt the State Attorney's Latest Bid."Late yesterday, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez sacked Al Lorenzo, the campaign consultant who's been by his side since he first ran for elected office eight years ago. The Miami Herald reports Gimenez ... More >>
Today Florida went to the polls for the 2010 primary election. While tonight's big theme involved controversial, self-funded billionaire outsiders taking on establishment career politicians in both the Republican primary for Governor and Democratic primary for Senate, there's still lots of ballot ... More >>
Alex Izaguirre The tepid race to replace Miami Mayor Manny Diaz could soon get a shot of Sazon if the chatter emanating from city hall is true. A handful of political consultants said earlier today that former Mayor Joe Carollo is seriously considering jumping into the contest. As of now, it ... More >>
Hank Goldberg offers Miami sports fans more than tired talk-radio shtick; the journalist backs up his on-air diatribes with hard facts and common sense
From nightclubs to culture wars to defending the defenders
No, Rosa Kasse isn't crazy to do battle with state Rep. Ralph Arza -- it just looks that way
If a man is known by the company he keeps, then FBI boss Hector Pesquera has a problem
Unless Manny Diaz tops him, Dexter is the hottest candidate for the 2004 county race
The INS Owes Us an Explanation: But don't expect anything other than self-serving spin
Battered by a corrupt industry, Miami's independent taxi drivers consider unionizing.
Miami mayoral candidate Manny Diaz may look like an outsider, but his political history places him squarely on the inside
So you weren't among those lucky few who dined with the king and queen? Consider it a compliment.
If they concern Bicentennial Park, your presence is requested this weekend
From the issue of October 5-11, 2000
Miami-Dade's Democratic Party is a shambles. Blame Joe Geller, candidate and chairman.
Letters from the issue of June 22, 2000
Postfeminists, eat your heart out: Lil' Kim's in town
Letters from the issue of June 15, 2000
The Arison clan built Carnival into a money machine by cleverly avoiding tax laws
John Henry, This Is War!
A 50-year-old Biscayne Bay institution builds a dock to the 21st Century
Miami Mayor Joe Carollo dreams of a world [trade center] without Alex Penelas
Xavier Suarez on the campaign trail: A pair of fifteen-dollar shoes and cures for all Miami's ills
Wayne Huizenga drives a hard bargain at Homestead racetrack -- he'll make millions while Dade taxpayers are taken for a ride
Miami's infamous ex-city manager hired more than 100 staffers entirely at his own discretion. Guess who's paying them.
The City of Miami's upstanding leadership had a swell time at a swanky centennial party. Who paid? You did, of course.
American Airlines officials want to know why the Miami Herald is covering old news as if it were a breaking story
The most lucrative contract in the history of Miami International Airport is about to be awarded to one lucky company
She's naive. She lacks experience. She's too "nice" to survive in Dade's policitical jungle. So why is Katy Sorenson so dangerous?
One person won the job of county chief executive. But in the end, everybody lost.
Gaining control of the Miami Arena was the easy part. Now Mr. Blockbuster just has to persuade the Heat to stick around.
What could be more exciting and fulfilling than the life of a consul? Well, lots of things, actually.