Chuck Strouse is editor in chief of Miami New Times. He has shared two Pulitzer Prizes and won dozens of other awards. He is an honors graduate of Brown University and has worked at newspapers including the Miami Herald and Los Angeles Times.
7 days ago | Weather
Hurricane Michael continues strengthening this afternoon and could deliver strong winds and heavy rain to Miami by early Tuesday. By 2 p.m. Monday, the storm's strength had reached 75 mph, and as it moves away from Cuba, it's expected to strengthe...
Homestead Tree Farmer Manuel Diaz Influenced Rick Scott's Decision to Waste Millions of Taxpayer Dollars1 month ago | News
Thousands of palm trees along Florida's highways are dying or need to be moved, a Tampa TV station has reported. Now the ABC Action News I-Team is suggesting Gov. Rick Scott's politics are part of the problem.
2 months ago | History
Miami New Times staffers brought home the bacon in two contests recently, with staff writer Jessica Lipscomb the big winner, taking a first in profile writing at this past weekend's Sunshine State Awards for a piece about a reality star, Ted Verno...
Miami's Best Music Acts and Nightlife Venues, From Get Face to Oscar G, E11even, and Treehouse Miami4 months ago | Best of Miami
Miami's best electronic act? Get Face, a 25-year-old kid from Tampa. The city's top dance club? Treehouse Miami. The finest band? Viniloversus, Venezuelan musicians who had "built a sizable following in their native South American nation and were ...
5 months ago | Obituaries
An always-smiling six-foot-five science teacher, he explained how the cancer began in the pancreas and spread to the liver. But that really wasn't the lesson. Those kids were learning about daily life with death — being valiant, caring, and loving...