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Miami protects Olympia, but county stumbles over monorail

Unsolicited proposals that weren’t ready for prime time got polar opposite government response last week. Miami city commissioners wisely bypassed a glittering offer, but the county couldn’t resist lures dangled in an economically and politically powerful…

Commissioners Order Truth Squads To Rebuild Their Image

Miami-Dade's county commission has trotted out a new weapon to whitewash its abysmal image.…

Marlins Wont Win With Las Vegas Gambit

As the Florida Marlins use the stalking horse of baseball-hungry Las Vegas to squeeze more cash for a stadium here, events in Washington suddenly play a keystone role.…

Miamis Power Is Not In Towers But In Willingness To Change

Lunch Friday with one of our most respected bankers reinforced how fast Miami has changed and what makes it a beacon for the future.…

Marlins Are Winning Their Biggest Game Vs Local Taxpayers

The Florida Marlins are still building a team for next season, but off the field, they're already playing far better ball.…

Something To Think About Before Turkey And Mashed Potatoes

Like we do with many things, we take Thanksgiving for granted. It just becomes a paid holiday, a day to leave our desks, sleep late and enjoy Florida's autumn weather.…

Bond Issue Creates Sudden Need For A United Way Of Culture

Voters who just approved a $553 million bond issue for cultural facilities may have bitten off more than they realized.…

Airport Chiefs Exit Proves Need For An Unamerican Pilot

"You can't beat American Airlines," my Saturday-morning caller said.…

Now Begins The Transformation That Makes America Great

Voters are still casting ballots in a tempestuous election as I write this. Views are strong. Contrasts are evident.…

Cultural Question 8 Should Have Been Questions 8 And 9

When the county commission voted to seek a massive bond issue, Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas rightly threatened a veto unless museums in Bicentennial Park were a separate ballot line.…

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