They are Biscayne Bay’s biological barometers
How to stay on top of rising seas
Little Haiti mega-project rattles locals
I came away liking Erik Bojnansky’s “A Future Afloat” cover story, and the potential for water structures of all kinds.
The Knight Arts Challenge mines Miami’s creativity
Does Aventura’s charter school success really translate to “public” success?
Let’s check in with our 2013 wish list
Haiti Cup, Mardi Gras add to our festival mix
Proposal for selling off public property downtown merits a closer look
New businesses, new development, and parking help may be on the way
Coconut Grove park is a tribute to Marjory Stoneman Douglas
Want the best pickup lines ever?
Make sure your landscape company uses an arborist
Squirrels are fun, but they’re a challenge as pets
Musical chairs in District 2 and thoughts on Airbnb
Omni Park reminds us what we’re on the verge of losing
Food news we know you can use
So much for those pretty door aesthetics, Miamians: they just lead to burglary.
Volume 15, Issue 2, April 2017
Artists delve into Miami archives for contemporary commentary
Sales, special events, and more from the people who make Biscayne Times possible
A view of our past from the archives of HistoryMiami