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Marlins contract makes soccer next door a tougher game

Much as we might want a Major League Soccer stadium near Marlins Park, the clock is running out and obstacles loom, an unreported barrier being the Miami Marlins. The group David Beckham fronts has yet to secure…

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.…

Slots A Bad Gamble For Business Economy And Government

At lunch on Brickell with a bank president, the next table made us cringe. Seven gruff, muscular men were listening to a more senior associate tell them how to do…

Forget The Excuses For Schools Failures Ndash Focus On Education

"They graded us too hard." As kids, that ranked right up there with "The dog ate my homework" as an excuse.…

Lets Decide What Will Keep Miami Alive After Castro Dies

What does Miami stand for? What is our ideal future, and how will we unite to achieve it?…

State Protects Vital Police Work Phone Transfers And Filing

Gov. Charlie Crist and our legislators assure us that while they've geared a big fat tax cut to whack bloated local governments, police services will be spared. I'm so glad.…

A Onewoman Show Builds Legacy Exits Stage She Created

Phone (305) 808-7446 and listen to the recording: "Thank you for calling Judy Drucker's Concert Association of Florida."…

Taxcut Guru Makes Economic Balancing Act Sound Too Simple

You'd think executives would universally favor whacking taxes. But a pending property-tax cut met hot debate as the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce set its goals last week — and…

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