Politics

Crystal Wagar made history in Miami Shores, but says getting residents involved is her biggest goal

Crystal Wagar was elected as the first black woman to serve as mayor of Miami Shores last month. We spoke with her about what the moment means and what she wants to accomplish.

/ May 3, 2019


Love loudly, and other ways to fight division in Miami

Radical Partners’ 10 Days of Connection initiative wants to bring Miami together to share differing ideas and perspectives.

/ April 29, 2019


Pay Equity Day is A Call to Action

(📸: Flickr) Imagine a world where a calendar year for a working woman lasted 457 days while a calendar year for a working man remained at 365 days. Even if the woman and man were given the same pay, one could imagine the financial struggles that the woman would face if she were forced to […]

/ April 1, 2019


Video: Meg Daly, the visionary behind the Underline

Meg Daly thinks great cities are defined by great public spaces, so she’s building a park. But this isn’t your ordinary park. For starters, it spans 120 acres. Running from Dadeland to Brickell, The Underline will transform the land below Miami’s Metrorail into a 10-mile linear park, biking and jogging trail, and outdoor art gallery. […]

/ February 11, 2019


Video: Meet Overtown’s RBG, Ms. Jackie Bell

At 81, Jackie Bell is far from retirement. She may not have a computer or a smartphone, but what she lacks in technology, she makes up for in resilience. She remembers the Overtown she grew up in, before the construction of I-95 drove businesses out of the community. “You didn’t know you were segregated,” she […]

/ January 10, 2019


Tell us your questions about the Florida recount

Confused by the Florida recount? We want to help.

/ November 12, 2018


These are the results of the Nov. 6 midterm election in Miami-Dade County

Here are the results of the November 2018 midterm elections in Miami-Dade and Florida.

/ November 6, 2018


November 2018 Voter Guide

On Nov. 6, Miami-Dade County voters will vote for a new governor, U.S. senate and house seats, and a bunch of amendments and referenda.

/ October 30, 2018


U.S. Senate

The race for Florida’s U.S. Senate seat is between incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson and outgoing Gov. Rick Scott

/ October 23, 2018


Bill Nelson

Sen. Bill Nelson is the Democratic incumbent running to keep his U.S. Senate seat.

/ October 23, 2018