Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk changed everything
A new app shows you how your home will look when sea levels rise -- and for thousands, itâ€™s not a pretty picture
NE 2nd Avenue above the Design District is still a potholed, unsafe mess
I donâ€™t quarrel with climate-change science. Itâ€™s over my head, but Iâ€™m more inclined to trust NASA, NOAA, and the thousands of other experts than the handful who deny deny deny.
Help your neighborhood -- report those garbage heaps
Thoughts on the use of flags
And at Doctors Charter School, it went out with a bang
New mega-construction, new council, a plea for help, a plea for money
Finally, the chance to enjoy our park!
But not so, a survey shows, for basic city services, especially public safety
Looking back at Miamiâ€™s green inventory
A summer vacation plan for grownups
Colorful groundcovers beat a grass lawn any day
Itâ€™s an innovation that changed the pet world
Pulling the discussion threads in the Charleston shooting wake
Buying sustainable seafood helps the undersea ecosystem
A remodel embraces family heirlooms, modern style, and a secret garden
Food news we know you can use
How cool it must be to have access to your security cameras through your smart phone.
Volume 13, Issue 5, July 2015
At Bal Harbour Shops, art exists without an agenda
Sales, special events, and more from the people who make Biscayne Times possible
A view of our past from the archives of HistoryMiami