Alex IzaguirreWant to know what it takes to cover the grimiest political landscape in America? Then join us at the Brickell Hampton Inn tomorrow morning. Banana Republican will be answering questions about Miami politics alongside bloggers Al Crespo (The Crespogram Report), Elaine de Valle (Polit ... More >>
Miami's Mayoral frontrunners struggle to raise money in recession.
It's Noël hell, really.
Today the Miami Herald reinforced my belief in David Simon and why so many of my brethern, us ink-stained newspaper journalists, become so bitter and disenfranchised with our profession. It was the front page story about philanthropist Adrienne Arsht’s $30 million gift to the performing arts cente ... More >>
Nonfiction continues its ascent onscreen.
What? No Simpsons? Add your favorite picks to our comments.
Have fun in France
Is this a sign of the oncoming news apocalypse?
Arrogant politicians, fateful gunplay, Home Depot alternatives, steamy swamps
Italian food, paid mercenaries, and crackhead Santas
Hospital attacks, Mad Doggie Disease, art liquor, Cali memories
Dead ducks, bogus rapture, Home Depot, and cowboy swagger
TSA at MIA, KMAN's screed, and new rules for morons
Big Sugar, conspiracies, local talent, and Newspeak
The battle continues
Madcap politicos, hungry crocodiles, and a prescription for the arts
Ticket sales weren't so hot, after all
The unraveling of the Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
Billboardlive is still blaming Sept. 11 for its many troubles
Hear why this crusader wants to save you from the evils of gay rights
Embrace the Nightmare: And while we're at it, let's pray for really,really bad weather
If you believe NBC 6, he's an unethical businessman who exploits the poor. If you believe him, NBC 6 tossed ethics aside in a desperate bid for ratings
Fortunes and jobs are lost, but the allure of revolution remains
From the issue of May 03, 2001
From the issue of April 26, 2001
So you weren't among those lucky few who dined with the king and queen? Consider it a compliment.
From the issue of January 11, 2001
State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle should have coasted to election victory. Instead she's dodging bullets from the police unions in the political fight of her life.
The tech boom has South Florida's Internet pioneers and newcomers in a state of rabid networking
Years behind schedule and way over budget, the performing arts center is another Miami miracle
Forget River City; there are problems aplenty at the New World School of the Arts, where members of the music faculty have declared war on their boss
Tropical paradise or violent hellhole? If you ask the wizards selected to design the city's publicity campaign, the answer is as clear as a bright summer day.
Whether agitating on behalf of Florida's film industry or aiming cruel barbs at state officials, ex-con activist Al Crespo is a gadfly with an attitude
And the last parking spot. Get ready, South Beach.
The curtain rises on Act II of the Dade Performing Arts Center Story. Is this a comedy or a tragedy? Depends on who you ask.