Come on Miami, Dig Deep and Donate Now. Give Miami Day is Live!


Give Miami Day is a unique, online giving event that allows the general public an opportunity to build a greater Miami by making a charitable gift to … [Read more...]

Politics: Art Connoisseurs, Don’t Miss This Exhibit


Irv's Rogues Gallery Isn't One That Silly Hall's Proud Of To all of you out-of-town Art Basel aficionados gracing our Billion-Dollar Sandbar this … [Read more...]

News: South of Fifth to Pick Board December 5


Balloting is underway to pick directors for the South of Fifth Neighborhood Association's board. The election is to fill six residential directors … [Read more...]

News: Nepotism Costs Beach Director His Job


A top official in Miami Beach's public works department has been fired for hiring his wife to be his assistant. Duane Knecht, 66, was director of the … [Read more...]

News: Gongora Justifies Vote to Hike Tow Fees But Firms Need to be More Accountable

Michael Gongora

Greater accountability will need to be forthcoming from the two tow companies that work within Miami Beach, says a city commissioner who voted to … [Read more...]

News: Jeffrey Soffer Escapes Helicopter Deadly Crash


Jeffrey Soffer, owner of the Fontainebleau Hotel,  was involved in a deadly helicopter crash yesterday. A wealthy New York businessman was killed … [Read more...]

Politics: Thanksgiving with the Koch Brothers


On the Menu: Cooked Goose, Followed By Lots of Antacid Of all the turkey drumsticks and pumpkin pies being consumed today all over America, perhaps … [Read more...]

News: Club Amnesia’s Next Chapter: Story


South Beach nightclub Amnesia will reopen as Story before year's end, its owners have announced The new club will open the final week of December, in … [Read more...]

Reinstate Early Voting Days, Commission Tells State


Following an election that saw voters waiting hours on end outside voting precincts throughout the county and state, the Miami Beach City Commission … [Read more...]