What time is it? Booty Time! What time is it? Booty, booty time! But you better wrap it up before you have some fun, according to Miami hip-hop icon, community activist, and alternative weekly columnist Luther Campbell. As part of an endorsement deal with New York-based b Condoms, Uncle Luke is gi ... More >>
Galata Inc., a Homestead social service agency that received a no-questions-asked $500,000 county grant in 2008 to pay off a mortgage, is now seeking private donations to help pay down another loan. In January, the Miami-Dade Inspector General's Office criticized Galata officials for misusing $99,00 ... More >>
It is said that desperate times call for desperate measures. There is no denying that Rachelle Grimmer felt desperate when she shot her two children and then killed herself inside a Laredo, Texas food stamp office.Although the 38-year-old mother of two was obviously in dire straits, or at least beli ... More >>
And sparks an outbreak of denial among child-sex-trafficking alarmists nationwide.
Today, amnesty is a dirty word. So what happened to the immigrants given a fresh start by Reagan in 1986?
Jonathan Postal Miami-Dade Mayor Alvarez and the County Commission have thrown sizable pay raises to staffers like they were life-vests on a sinking ship. They've simultaneously tossed funding to cultural efforts and other social programs overboard. That hasn't proven popular with voters ... More >>
Florida is the only state in the union with laws that specifically single out gay people from adopting, and again that ban is being challenged as a gay Man who has been the foster parent of two sons since 2004 petitions for adoption. Now, are you ready for the huge friggin' list of respected organiz ... More >>
Women's Fund of Miami-Dade County
Josefina Carbonell, Miami's queen of viejo politics, goes to Washington
TROY Community Academy’s Teen Cuisine program
A teenager born with HIV was never told of her status until it was too late. How this happened, and why, is now a matter of national debate.
Grubstake Resources for Recovery
Marleine Bastien -- activist, social worker, songwriter, mother -- is helping to lead the resurgence of South Florida's Haitian political agenda
In recovery, out in the field, members of the Partnership to Empower Parents reach out to Miami's drug-dependent mothers
Miami says the feds are holding up a grant worth millions. The feds say Miami didn't ask for it just right. Miami says up yours. The feds say . . .
The last of the FEMA trailer occupants are now rehoused. The question is: For how long?
The Pottinger case returned to Judge Atkins's courtroom, and both sides came out firing
He allegedly fondled and caressed patients against their will. AIDS patients. No wonder he is known as Doctor Scumbag.
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.
Last spring, when Dade County united with a local charity to help the hurricane's homeless, the partnership sounded too good to be true. It was.
A social worker's claim - that her refusal to schedule abortions for clients got her fired - puts the Public Defender's Office on the defensive