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Looking to define trends in Miami’s shifting condo market

You can’t spot a trend on day one. A deviation becomes a trend only if it lasts awhile. Otherwise, it’s just an anomaly, a blip on history’s radar. That’s what economists said last week when we tried…

Waiterskip The Steak Ndash Just Give Me Some Service Please

Just when we think we've licked our image problems, they bite us again. Maybe we got complacent.…

Marlins About To Bring Ballpark Deal In From The Bullpen

The people controlling Miami's future — the operators of Major League Baseball — no longer insist on a new stadium downtown and now will accept one at the Orange Bowl…

Whos Watching Big Brother While Hes Watching You

Our front-page report last week seemed comforting: We're getting surveillance cameras throughout Miami to help control terrorism.…

A Kids Tantrum At County Hall Threatens To Smack All Of Us

If you think it'd be great to be a kid again, you're forgetting those childhood arguments. Think back ……

Stateordered Tax Cut May Foster Useful New Taxing Districts

The Florida Legislature's move to shrink local governments by trimming their tax resources may, ironically, spur the creation of tiny yet efficient quasi-governments.…

Terrible Timing On Plan For 67 Raise For Arts Center Ceo

On stage, timing is everything. Maybe that's why the Performing Arts Center Trust last week put off a vote on the first step of a $153,000 raise for the CEO…

Charter Panel Holds Key To Upgrading County Government

Flying far under the radar of public scrutiny, a 21-member task force is debating major revisions to Miami-Dade County's equivalent of a constitution.…

Like A Pintildeata Bursting Condo Bubble Will Spill Forth Goodies

Even Cassandra must have thought once or twice about pie in the sky.…

Firings Dont Cure Citys Scandals Ndash They Just Cover Them Up

The firing of two officials last week in separate scandals seemed to eradicate cancers in Miami's city hall.…

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