What really happened at MOCA
The first act? It ran from 1984 to 2014.
It would be called the Biscayne Line, and it would be as splendid to stroll as it will be complicated to complete
I enjoyed Anne Tschida’s cover story and the great photos about the arts coming of age in Miami.
A primer on the annual winter migration
What’s the ruckus about old vs. new anyway?
Encouraging signs of a municipal cleanup
Alice Wainwright Park is losing a fence and gaining a forest
1814 Park needs a proper do-over
Social engagement is a big part of education, too
Size matters in Florida’s high winds
Hermit crabs aren’t child’s play
Let’s try talking to Cuba, okay?
Not all cruise ships operate the same
A remodel embraces family heirlooms, modern style, and a secret garden
Food news we know you can use
It’s good to rely on a roommate in your time of need; not so good when roommate agrees with your bad decision-making.
Volume 12, Issue 11, January 2015
Four locally made films will screen at the festival
Sales, special events, and more from the people who make Biscayne Times possible
A view of our past from the archives of HistoryMiami