The Summer That Changed Miami Beach by Seymour Gelber
Three Stupid Screwballs: What do you expect when you spit in the eye of a wounded nation?
America's most famous political family could be on the Miami Beach ballot this fall
And it doesn't get any messier than a gaggle of Democrats gathering to elect their own leaders
Neil McGuffin was supposed to guide the Miami Beach Housing Authority into the new millennium. Instead he exposed an agency in disarray. And he lost his job.
Letters from the issue of April 6, 2000
The majestic South Beach theater, soon to reopen as a dance club, has been to ruin and back
Craig Robins has built a reputation as the good developer. Just ask him.
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
To the delight of its allies and the squirming discomfort of its enemies, the weekly SunPost just won't shut up
That would be the Courts at South Beach, the taxpayer-supported project that was supposed to rejuvenate South Pointe
Backroom deals. Latin kingmakers. Ethnic gerrymandering. Hey, Miami Beach politics has finally come of age!
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.
Feuding Miami Beach tennis instructors Richard Johnston and Howard Kaufman need to find a new racket, before there's another arrest
In Miami Beach, the First Amendment and a few thousand dollars will get you some "free" speech
The true story behind the beach erosion explosion is politics as usual
Wire editor and former club owner Andrew Delaplaine wants to be the next mayor of Miami Beach. Is this guy tilting at windmills?
In her quest for a seat on the Miami Beach Commission, Matti Bower doesn't want to be labeled "the Hispanic candidate." She just wants to win.
As Miami Beach officials attempt to appoint a permanent top cop, anonymous critics try to stir up the selection process
Follow these ten simple steps and they'll be calling you "Your Honor" in no time!
When you enter the region where parental rights end and the law steps in, beware. The line is jagged, and it nearly always cuts both ways.
Amid a flurry of memos, Miami Beach City Manager Roger Carlton is accused of tampering with a zoning decision. But of course it was just one big misunderstanding.
When Judge Tom Petersen, the very vocal conscience of Dade's juvenile court, gets a transfer, does he have any comment about it? Stupid question.
When Miami Beach's top administrator decided to tangle with the city's top cop, everyone knew it would get rough. It's been very rough.
Some say sensitivity training has improved relations between cops and gays. Ed Parsons begs to differ.
Miami Beach Police Sgt. Dan Pinder was accidentally shot by another cop. Now he's trying to put the hurt on the city.
Who should be selected as Miami Beach's new city manager? If the politicians insist on holding secret meetings to discuss it, make sure they meet with you!
A new crop of Miami Beach commissioners might finally lay to rest the Huber Drug Letter controversy
State investigators take a new look at the Nogues family's horror story. And reach a new conclusion.