Martin Luther King Jr. loved South Florida. He visited the region many times throughout his career. He was a contemporary of some of Miami's most upstanding citizens, like Father Theodore Gibson of Overtown, as well as some of our most venerable party starters, like WMBM disc jockey Milton "Butterba ... More >>
For more than 80 years the Miami Times has been the voice of the black community, but fewer and fewer people are listening
Groovin' Up the Grove
Miami's mayoral meltdown has a long and nasty history
The Miami cemetery is like the city's diary. And after years of abuse, this book is getting a new cover.
When a gutsy group of homegrown entrepreneurs tried to turn around the black Grove, they failed miserably
Witnesses to the segregated history of Virginia Beach tell a sorry but inspiring tale
True or False: The county's newest addition to public education was christened Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School because that's what taxpayers wanted
How can you tell where white Coconut Grove ends and black Coconut Grove begins? Just look for the barbed wire.