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Bill Nelson (D)


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Marco Rubio (R)


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District 24:

Frederica Wilson (D)


202-225-4506 (DC office)

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District 27:

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R)


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District 23:

Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D)


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305-936-5724 (Aventura office)

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Last Updated on July 2019
Cover Story
Last Tree Standing

State politicians have declared war on our leafy green canopy

Miami-Dade’s war on trees enters a deadly new phase as state lawmakers weaken local protections to our dwindling canopy

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Previous Cover Stories
Wynwood’s Cautionary Tale Wynwood’s Cautionary Tale

The recent history of this neighborhood follows a distressing pattern: Artists move into a depressed area for cheap rents, then galleries and hipsters follow, and finally commercial interests exploit its popularity, raise rents, and drive out the artists

Community News
Zoned Out Zoned Out

Residents and developers weigh in on the pros and cons of Miami’s controversial Special Area Plans

Letters January 2020 Letters January 2020

"Nice synopsis of Wynwood’s evolution, in Anne Tschida’s cover story 'Wynwood’s Cautionary Tale.' Thank you for the recap. I want to share another detail of the Miami art scene’s development history."


Art and Culture

ArtFeature_1Little Haiti Cultural Complex gets a program boost


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Picture Story

Pix_PictureStory_12-19_1989-011-19372A view of our past from the archives of HistoryMiami