Political Issues

Are you attending the Women’s March on Washington? Tell us why.

On January 21, the day after Donald Trump is sworn in as the nation’s 45th president, a million women will march in protest from the Lincoln Memorial to the White House. Are you going? Tell us why.

/ January 2, 2017


Marco Rubio’s bosses have something to say to him.

Progressive activists in Florida want to remind Sen. Marco Rubio, who won the popular vote in South Florida, who he works for.

/ January 2, 2017


‘No more talk’: The county chairman vows some legit action on transportation in 2017

But for that to happen, Bovo says the county commission needs to show a little unity.

/ January 1, 2017


Little Haiti scored a big win this year — it finally exists

The official designation gives the Haitian community a stronger claim to the neighborhood as it faces the possibility of being priced out.

/ December 21, 2016


Miami Beach’s newest advertising trick: floating billboard boats

Is there nothing sacred anymore?

/ December 18, 2016


Choose your own adventure in South Dade

There are about a million and a half different ways to spend a day in South Dade. Mix and match our faves to create your perfect one.

/ December 15, 2016


JennyLee Molina made a cafecito moment for all of Miami – and now Café Bustelo is stealing it

If you can’t stand the heat, you better get out of JennyLee Molina’s kitchen.

/ December 14, 2016


What issues affect South Dade?

South Dade’s got a lot of concerns about where our food comes from, how we’re going to keep our waterways clean, and how they’re going to access Miami-Dade’s opportunities from their location on the periphery.

/ December 11, 2016


We finally know what the County wants to do with the Coconut Grove Playhouse

The design team hired by the County wants to preserve the outside of the Playhouse, but recommends reconstructing the interior.

/ December 7, 2016


Obama brought undocumented students out of the shadows. Trump will decide what happens next.

Miami-Dade County alone has 23,000 formerly undocumented immigrants registered with DACA – a program enacted by President Obama. Now, President-elect Trump is vowing to overturn it.

/ December 5, 2016