Back in 2008, Galata Inc., a social service agency that assists minorities and low income residents in Homestead, was one of 37 local non-profit organizations that received a no-questions-asked Miami-Dade County grant. Galata got $500,000 from a $30 million pot that was part of the county's Building ... More >>
Short Order recently published part one of our interview with Bill Marler, attorney, blogger, and food safety advocate. He discussed food safety concerns and foodborne illness.We wrap up our interview today with Marler discussing his most difficult cases and lobbying Congress to pass the Food Modern ... More >>
When we first heard of Marler Clark, the "food safety law firm," we pictured a dozen ambulance chasers strategically posted outside of establishments that served spinach in large quantities throughout the day. After a few conversations with Bill Marler, however, we realized that our assumption could ... More >>
Oh sure we've got decent weather and calming seas, but it's not exactly a surprise that for us living year round in Miami life can be stressful. Let's not even get started on our ridiculous traffic, horrible parking, and tanked economy. So it shouldn't be shocki ... More >>
Redland activists have a name for their inability to exercise self-determination: Steve Shiver
Why are the county's Metrobus drivers such a happy lot? Maybe because some earn more than $90,000 per year.
What better place than a golf course to hold an environmental conference?
Andy Menendez, the county's homeless czar, spreads a little holiday cheer