The City of Miami's latest toxic park is not even a park yet: the 12-acre waterfront parcel slated to become Coconut Grove's Regatta Park. Soil tests have confirmed the presence of arsenic, chromium and benzopyrene - all known carcinogens - at levels above what county environmental regulators consi ... More >>
The Miami-Dade Ethics Commission is accusing Miami City Commissioner Marc Sarnoff of failing to report a pretty sweet trip to Brazil earlier this year as a gift. Back in April, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau covered all of Sarnoff's traveling expenses when he and his wife Teresa ... More >>
All photos by Emily CodikA lone motorcycle raced through the coral dirt road, unraveling misty gusts of powdered sand. We were lost, and had already given up on reaching Playa Cosón, a beach off of Las Terrenas in the Dominican Republic.We waved the driver down. "Hey! Excuse me!" my father shouted ... More >>
If you're young and male and highly educated, you've inevitably viewed the sea as a potential testing ground, an antidote of sorts to the education you didn't receive. And most likely, you chickened out, or we'd have read about it, because nearly every piece of literature about an intellectual pi ... More >>
But do submarines usually enter regattas?
The original George.
The annual Head of the Indian Creek cruises the scenic waterway.
Not one, but two events float oer local waters this weekend.
Check out the sweet structures on the Beach
Ralph Steadman relates fear and loathing from the book-tour trail
Sail without getting financially soaked
Miami Beach Mayor Neisen Kasdin's bro Scott has trouble like you wouldn't believe
Regattus interruptus aboard the Special Warfare dampens historic nude fest
A 50-year-old Biscayne Bay institution builds a dock to the 21st Century