Across the river of grass by canoe -- 120 years ago
What does forlorn NW 7th Avenue need to perk it up? A brand-new Chinatown!
I hope this raises awareness of the wonder at our doorstep, and how damaged it has become due to agricultural run-off, canal digging, and damming.
Courtesy and common sense -- two missing Miami ingredients
Forget the big picture, folks -- you can’t solve global problems
Concentrated poverty corrodes the community
...And brings along a gaggle of North Miami officials
Let’s look at ways to make our public spaces pop
Height restrictions are bringing in the strip malls
Expect the unexpected at Miami’s Lummus Park
Are Miami’s private schools all about social status?
Bright heliconias add luster to your green landscape
Mounted police unit shrinks, despite love of the job
Despite “private citizen” promises, that Senate salary is just too good
Biscayne Bay faces new poo problems
Food news we know you can use
Renting is tough when one has to rely on the landlord to ensure a livable environment.
Volume 14, Issue 4, June 2016
HistoryMiami exhibit highlights the players and sports that put us on the map
Sales, special events, and more from the people who make Biscayne Times possible
A view of our past from the archives of HistoryMiami