Politics

District 5 Miami-Dade Special Election Voter Guide

Here’s a guide to the District 5 Miami-Dade county commission special election and the runoff election on June 19.

/ June 6, 2018


Here’s everything you need to know about the District 5 Miami-Dade election

We take a look at an upcoming local election that could impact a lot of folks in Miami and Miami Beach—the race for the District 5 county commission seat.

/ May 4, 2018


Eileen Higgins

Eileen Higgins is one of the four candidates for the District 5 Miami-Dade county commission seat.

/ April 25, 2018


Carlos Garin

Carlos Garin is one of the four candidates for the District 5 Miami-Dade county commission seat.

/ April 25, 2018


Alex Diaz de la Portilla

Alex Diaz de la Portilla is one of the four candidates for the District 5 Miami-Dade county commission seat.

/ April 25, 2018


Zoraida Barreiro

Zoraida Barreiro is one of the four candidates for the District 5 Miami-Dade county commission seat.

/ April 25, 2018


As Pod Save America comes to Miami, here’s some info on a local doing his own show

Pod Save America is coming to Miami, as part of a nationwide tour, and when the folks from Crooked Media were looking to spread the word on the podcast tour’s Miami stop they reached out to a local podcaster—Matt Mawhinney, founder of Action Cast Media.

/ April 5, 2018


Does ‘never again’ apply to me, too?

I noticed something after the Parkland shooting: that their tragedy gets national headlines, while we have people dropping like flies every day in Liberty City – and for us, there is silence.

/ March 25, 2018


After walkouts, what’s next for Miami students and the gun control debate?

A group of Miamians decided to build on the energy from Wednesday’s #NationalWalkOut by gathering more than 100 students from across Miami to talk about gun control.

/ March 15, 2018


Here’s what you should know about the new Florida gun control law

The Florida legislature sent a bill to Gov. Rick Scott that he signed into law a few days later. Here’s the tl;dr version of how the bill would affect the state’s gun laws.

/ March 11, 2018