News: Return to the Wild, Wild West?


South of Fifth Residents Fearful in Own Neighborhood It was just hours before a high-profile stabbing of two women at South Pointe Park in March once … [Read more...]

Politics: Straight Outta Wonderland


By Jeffrey Bradley Is the Miami Beach Police Department in free fall? It sure seems like they’ve gone headfirst down the rabbit hole. Fact is, if … [Read more...]

News: Triathletes Take to Shore of South Beach

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On Sunday morning, April 11, hundreds of swimmers will take to the waters off the shore of South Beach, but none will be taking time to sunbathe. … [Read more...]

Politics: The Man for All Reasons?


By Jeffrey Bradley  Jerry Libbin Not long on the job — not long at all — and the commissioner has already recused himself. Not a very auspicious … [Read more...]

News: Producer Pulls Show from Colony Theatre


For three Monday nights in the late winter, Lincoln Road’s Colony Theatre was alive with light, life and more than a few laughs. The normally quiet … [Read more...]

Politics: On a Bicycle Lane Built for Whom?

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By Jeffrey Bradley Prairie: Preserved 28th Street: Lost 34th Street: Lost Meridian: Maybe That’s the not-so-good bike-lane news from the March … [Read more...]

Profile: Aaron Resnick


  To be presented with the “Shining Star” Award by the Arts & Business Council of Miami, Inc., is a highly recognizable accomplishment in … [Read more...]

Profile: Leonard Tachmes


Few people can say they’ve allowed groups of artists to run rampant in their homes but in 2005, art enthusiast Dr. Leonard Tachmes did just that. The … [Read more...]

Politics: Tow the Line


By Jeffrey Bradley  Real Life Horror Stories: I GOT TOWED AT WALGREENS BY BEACH TOWING! “After spending the last five months talking, writing and … [Read more...]