Further emphasizing the fact that there's a difference between how Miamians use the word "bro," and how the rest of the country uses the term, Real Estate site Estately ranked "the 18 best U.S. cities for Bros." Miami wasn't even on it, bro.
Miami's School for Advanced Studies has finally cracked the top ten of Newsweek's annual America's Best High School list; coming in at sixth this year. That would make it Florida's second best public high school amongst a top ten list that is surprisingly Sunshine State heavy.
It's your month, hungry literati. Tom Wolfe kicked of the Miami Book Fair last night and many great authors are in town. Some of them will speak about food during the event, which stretches from November 11 to 18 at Miami Dade College's Wolfson campus in downtown Miami. 2012 marks the 29th year the ... More >>
Riptide used to get a sick kick out of driving over the Julia Tuttle Causeway and informing our visiting friends we were now directly above America's most infamous sex offender colony. Of course, that's no longer there, so instead we'll just take the MacArthur Causeway to the Beach and casually quip ... More >>
It seems everywhere you turn a new restaurant is popping up trying to get a foothold in a very competitive industry. Miami Dade College hopes to support this enthusiastic entrepreneurial spirit at the Miami Culinary Institute. A long awaited addition, the $22-million eight story building located ... More >>
Standing before a row of undocumented Miami-Dade College students downtown this morning, Senate hopeful Kendrick Meek urged Congress to pass a long-debated bill that would give college graduates and military members a quick path to full citizenship. Democrats plan to attach the DREAM Act to a def ... More >>
Overdue: Today's front-page article in the HeraldTwo weeks ago New Times reported on the controversy surrounding Rise Academy, a Florida City charter school shut down after only two years in existence despite a dramatic "F" to "A" turnaround.Today the Herald followed suit, turning their copy just ... More >>
Maybe you've never heard of Trevor Mbakwe, but he's one of the best ballers in Miami. The six-foot-eight-inch forward dominated Florida's junior college circuit this year, leading the Miami Dade College Sharks to their best season since 1983 -- a 26-3 final record and a close loss in the state final ... More >>
Walk the streets of Miami Book Fair International.
True confessions from the Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary.
The best race in next Tuesday's judicial elections is a whopper.
Ground Up and Rising takes on another controversial play.
MDC students put on a belly-dance bazaar.
Miamis got the literary goods
Art and films from our Latin counterparts
Only one brave bassoonist booed into his water bottle.
Little Havana's chess connection vies for the national crown
Skate park's summer sizzle
February 4 - 10, 1999