A fresh crop of curators at Miami’s art museums could bring big changes
From the MacArthur Causeway you can’t miss it, even if you wanted to
For bringing the Tequesta site at Met Square to the forefront through an exceptional article by Tristram Korten and photos by Silvia Ros, I thank you!
Our beaches may look okay now, but …
When it comes to being first, Miami Shores will take it
Our Belle Meade correspondent trades his keyboard for a new challenge
First rule: This is not your high school lunchroom
All aboard the Metromover. Next stop, buskers!
Have new firehouse, still feel scrooged
You’ll feel you’re walking on water at the new Sunny Isles pier
This new year becomes a celebration of life
From small ornamental to huge hurricane windbreak
Pickle Penelope and a Remembrance of Pets Past
What a season it’s been, from ghastly governors to crackhead Congressmen
Sea level rise looms large in long-term development plans
An obstacle course for grownups sits in the heart of Edgewater
Turning their back on tradition, the Dolphins unveil a sleek new logo
Food news we know you can use
The absent owner inexplicably did not lock his door, so the culprit entered the abode and found your more traditional items.
Pedestrian activists launch a campaign to reclaim Miami’s crosswalks, one intersection at a time
Volume 11, Issue 10, December 2013
Some recommended stops on the mad dash through Miami’s Art Week
Sales, special events, and more from the people who make Biscayne Times possible
A view of our past from the archives of HistoryMiami