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The many sides of Miami through the lens of Maxine Usdan

Maxine Usdan, a University of Miami graduate and news photographer whose work appeared from Miami Today‚Äôs first issue on June 3, 1983, to this month, died last week after a long and valiant battle with cancer.…

Commissioners Heres The Other Side Of Stadium Giveaway

Attention, commissioners who'll vote next week on binding us for 50 years to a Marlins stadium contract: Your city and county managers and the team have told you privately how…

Its Time For Frank Talk And Painful Decisions To Save The Arts

The Miami City Ballet and Cleveland Orchestra's $1,000-a-seat gala this week masks a sad fact: it's the last time this season that our nationally famed ballet will dance to live…

Miami Todays Very Active Affluent Readers Exude Optimism

Our reader surveys uncover valuable trends. Key findings of a brand-new study: …

Ask Obama For Perpetual Job Generators Not Just Handouts

Dennis Moss gets it. Manny Diaz just wants to get it all.…

Economics Demand That County Overturn Stadium Giveaway

Very soon, in the grip of the most severe recession they have ever known, Miami-Dade commissioners will be asked to spend more than half a billion dollars for a baseball…

Despite Recession Miamians Can Create A Happy New Year

Short on New Year's resolutions? Try this: I will do all I can to speed Miami's economic recovery.…

Kiddies Don Get Too Greedy With Your Wish Lists To Santa

And now, boys and girls, we go to Santa Obama's workshop, where he and Mrs. Santa are reading letters asking for gifts. As we listen, we hear him say...…

Tunnels Failure Should Become Holiday Gift To Port Public

Finally, a financial upheaval becomes a Christmas gift.…

Education Fund Cuts Threaten Communitys Economic Future

As the economy recedes, an insidious erosion intensifies: education funding cuts will leave hundreds of thousands ill-prepared for jobs.…

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