A tenacious entrepreneur and county commissioners are hung up on the repercussions of a prepaid phone card bid
Developer Donahue Peebles is as handsome, smooth, articulate, & nasty as he needs to be
Quik Park's Hank Sopher has made a quick buck from garages and vacant lots. Now politicians are wondering if he's selling the public short.
A Miami Beach assistant city manager tried to defend her kid by blaming the victim and intimidating investigators
Felonious former Miami City Manager Cesar Odio has been spending his free time hanging around Miami Beach. And you want to know why?
Welcome to the new Lincoln Road, where the Muzak is live
Mayoral hopeful Marty Shapiro bills himself as the anti-development candidate for Miami Beach. Problem is, he's not.
Designers of the fabulously swanky Delano Beach Village forgot one little thing: The rules
Miami Beach code compliance director Al Childress's aggressive pursuit of the law has driven businesses batty
Forget the protests, the visa hassles, even the bomb threat that marred MIDEM. In the end, Cuba's finest musicians rocked the house.
The friendly folks in Miami Beach who tow away your car and charge you big bucks to get it back will do anything to preserve their monopoly. Absolutely anything.
He managed to leave office without being indicted, which may explain why Miami Beach's former mayor feels free to unload on development, corruption, and the bad boys across the bay
Streets lined with rowdies, fistfights, gunshots, cops in ski masks. Is this what an entertainment district is supposed to look like?
June 3 will either be doomsday for Miami Beach or just another opportunity for aspiring politicians to make political hay
Some say Miami Beach's Jose Garca-Pedrosa is a strong city manager. Others tend to employ more colorful language.
In Miami Beach, experts are enlisted to commission artworks for public spaces. Too bad city officials refuse to listen to them.
The Dade Heritage Trust fought to save the historic Priscilla Apartments -- until they won, that is
Developers in Coconut Grove have learned a couple of things about rules: They can be used to personal advantage. And they can be used as weapons.