Highland Village, the former Trailer City, could become the next development bonanza
Miami’s arts district is changing so fast the future is already here
The Roaring Twenties come back to life at Magnum
Leave it to my old pal Erik Bojnansky to break the floating island story.
Instead of prohibiting nepotism, why not encourage it?
Village council votes down an initiative its constituents support
North Miami is juggling deals, audits, jobs, and elections
Trained CERT volunteers can help first responders
A preschool by any other name still looks like a preschool
A community takes its park to heart
Where is heaven, Daddy?
Don’t spray, just dump any standing water
Some healthy solutions for your hormonal bird
Why don’t Miami cops have a presence on the bay?
350.org gets a South Florida chapter
Eclectic flourishes enliven concrete and glass
Food news we know you can use
SkyRise Miami could bleed red ink from Day One
Some of our criminals just love their mischief, even if it’s pointless and nothing of value is won.
Volume 12, Issue 6. August 2014
Developer Jorge Pérez is bringing art to his condo customers
Sales, special events, and more from the people who make Biscayne Times possible
A view of our past from the archives of HistoryMiami