It was a warm Sunday afternoon, and Brickell's high-rises loomed on the hazy horizon beyond the nearby Miami River. Quaint fishing boats bobbed on the water's rippling surface, and rays of sunlight glimmered upon the soft waves. But a few steps from these quiet waters, dozens of shoppers elbowed ea ... More >>
Come March, memories of the South Beach Wine & Fodd Festival (SOBEWFF) will be fading fast -- and you'll need some new bacchanalia to look forward to. Luckily, the third annual Taste of Brickell Food and Wine Festival is bringing eats, drinks, and entertainment to the Miami Circle on March 23 an ... More >>
billwisserphoto.comBistro 555 charcuterie plateHere at Short Order, our collectively beady eyes are always on the lookout for delectable plates of food that do not require a ransom to acquire. On the one hand, there are more than five such deals; on the other, there aren't as many as one might th ... More >>
Today's photo comes from the Library of Congress. Taken in 1904 by photographer J. N. Chamberlain, it shows Seminole Indians canoeing along the Miami River.
Finnegan's River, located on the Miami River, is promoting its' new Detox Sundays deal. This means that from 11am to 7pm you can get five Presidente beers for $15, or $25 pitchers of margaritas or mojitos. We don't take issue with the offer, which sounds reasonable enough -- but "detox" denotes the ... More >>
Like food? Freeeeee Fooood? Well today is your lucky day. The American Society Of Professional Amateurs of Southern Florida are hosting a surf and turf dinner of epic proportions and everyone is invited. All interested guests should arrive in all black at the Miami River underpass at midnight. Pick ... More >>
Get your sip on at Mannys before you leave downtown.
Our river won't be exporting any stolen bikes today
These docs will send you sailing
During Miami's cocaine heyday in the Eighties, weird and interesting and scary things happened all over town all the time. Our coke map of Miami is by necessity incomplete, but even selected highlights make the point: Blow knew no neighborhood boundaries.
Garcia's Seafood Grille & Fish Market
Flagler Street from Twelfth Avenue to Biscayne Bay
Waterway tells a city's story
Pedal pushers and pedestrians vs. cars
A wet but not wild riverside bash
José Martí Park
Stone Age Antiques
Pleasure Emporium III
Little Havana Bike Tour
Authorities are in a pickle over where to dump the toxic sludge soon to be scraped from the Miami River
Mark's South Beach (in the Nash Hotel)
Venetian Pool to Bayfront Park
Key Biscayne to South Beach across the MacArthur Causeway
Wagner Creek: It's the most contaminated waterway in Florida. And it's ours!
There's a million cubic yards of toxic sludge on the bottom of the Miami River and you may as well get used to it
A tale of Seminoles in canoes, little plastic men with parachutes, Connie Chung, a twenty-foot-tall high-heel shoe -- and Big Fish
For more than two decades, Jim Wellington has marked the ebb and flow of the Miami River with a Zen master's eye
The housewife who saved FDR's life, the ghosts that roam Vizcaya, the sea serpent of Biscayne Bay, and other Miami legends, yarns, and flat-out lies
So don't complain when we spill 25 million gallons of sewage onto your beaches
If you think Dade County is a filthy mess now, just wait till you're drowning in it