Francis Ford Coppola delivers one from the heart, and makes a stop in Miami
They're waging a war on organized religion, they bring in millions of dollars, and defectors say they're a cult
Brownsville resident Lorenzo Jones is waging a one-man war against the drug dealing across the street
In a contentious case of townhouse tumult, resourceful residents kick management maniacs to the curb
Nicole Guillemet has proved that she can direct the Miami International Film Festival; maybe next year we'll be talking about the movies
Every year millions of your dollars are pumped into Radio and TV Martí. What do you get in return?
Police and prosecutors remember the old adage: Follow the money
From the issue of July 12, 2001
Octavia Anderson and the last days of the James E. Scott Homes
Welfare reform has dramatically changed public housing in Miami-Dade County. Personal responsibility is the new refrain, and zero tolerance is the law.
Miami definitely is not among the top picks for flicks
It was sweet and sour, and above all it was short
This year's Fort Lauderdale Film Festival kicks off with a week on South Beach
Barbara Pierre, turbocharged Liberty City housing advocate, has managed to collect some enemies in high places
Miami developer Aristides Martinez once seemed an inner-city savior. Today he goes by another name: Slumlord.
Kids in Exile: Right-winging it
The county cut off rent subsidies to Commissioner Miriam Alonso, then reversed itself. What a coincidence!
Dade's home rehab loan program is more adept at breaking hearts than repairing houses
People are fleeing in record numbers and not being replaced. Morale has hit bottom. News coverage has been severely curtailed. Money is scarce. And the corporate bigshots love it.