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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.…

Businessgovernment Weddings A Divorce Lawyers Dream

Governments here are rushing to partner with developers in a difficult marriage of profit-making with public service.…

County Must Cut Handcuffs Off Our Independent Transit Trust

Miami-Dade may soon free a trust formed to oversee transit taxes and let it exercise the clout voters were promised.…

Schools Sit On Powder Keg And Superintendent Has A Match

What would happen to a corporate CEO who wouldn't answer directors' questions, gagged them in meetings, made them pay to see the files, battled them in court on the company's…

County Should Choke Off Ballparks Lateinning Squeeze Play

In less than two weeks commissioners are required to vote on a slew of legal agreements that would firmly bind taxpayers to build a stadium for the Florida Marlins in…

Chambers Idea Gems A Down Payment On Community Legacy

Some of the finest potential enhancements to our community can come not by paying outsiders to help but by growing innovative concepts ourselves.…

Chambers Idea Gems A Down Payment On Community Legacy

Some of the finest potential enhancements to our community can come not by paying outsiders to help but by growing innovative concepts ourselves.…

Thanks For Sticking With Us For Our Next Quarter Century

For exactly 25 years Miami Today has followed a course we set in 1983 for a new newspaper for a new Miami, but it wasn't until one day this January…

If The Miami River Is Really Dead Why Do The Bridges Go Up

Downtown, the Miami River can be an annoyance — you're driving across town, the bridge goes up and there you sit, waiting four or five minutes.…

Just As Mass Transit Succeeds Officials Slam The Door On It

Over frustrating years, public officials fought in vain to unclog Miami's roadways by luring drivers out of cars and onto mass transit.…

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