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Three must-reads on Castro’s death

Fidel Castro, Havana1978 (Courtesy of Marcelo Montecino/Flickr Creative Commons) Fidel Castro’s death reverberated throughout Miami today. Here are three of the best obituaries and articles we read on his life and legacy. Fidel Castro is dead The Miami Herald Fidel Castro, who towered over his Caribbean island for nearly five decades, a shaggy-bearded figure in […]

Cuba / November 27, 2016

Cool spots to grab a cafecito

Great Cuban food isn’t hard to come by in our city. Neither is great Cuban coffee. Check out this round up of some of our favorite spots to get your sweet, sweet caffeine fix. Just be careful. It’s strong. Mi Colombia Cafeteria Y Restaurante This hole-in-the-wall is where you can get some of the best Colombian food in Miami. […]

Drink / November 27, 2016

Miami Voter Guide: 2016 General Election

We’ve got your guide to voting on county candidates and decisions, state amendments, and the next Florida legislature.

Politics / October 23, 2016

10 ways Miami is the worst city ever

The rest of America agrees: Miami is the worst city ever. Let us count the ways.

Things to do / July 1, 2016

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The struggle for “Old Florida” in Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove is one of Miami’s most historic neighborhoods. But a trend of demolitions has sparked controversy over what’s worth saving and at what cost?

Coconut Grove / May 10, 2016

9 ways to ride high during Bike Month

Crank those gears and pump those pedals at these awesome Bike Month tours and community events.

Things to do / May 2, 2016

Seeking 100 great ideas for transit

The latest round of the #100greatideas series is here.

Transit / February 29, 2016

Kevin Spacey, Coconut Grove Playhouse’s savior?

The Coconut Grove Playhouse has been vacant a decade, but its devotees think Kevin Spacey can be convinced to help change that.

Art / February 24, 2016

Rain, rain, go away

December is bringing a lot of rain to Miami — enough to make up for a dry summer. Check out the data and learn why we may be in for a very wet winter.

Environment / December 6, 2015

Miami Voter Guide

We reached out to the candidates in the Nov. 3 local election for their views on the issues we all face. Here’s what they had to say …

Politics / October 20, 2015