In a County long dominated by political dynasties, backroom deals, and a revolving door of the same cast of characters, Miami voters have (mostly) turned the page.
Fish kills, Sewage Runoff, Federal Lawsuits, and National Park Designation: the threatened status of one of Miami's most important landmarks.
Ocean Drive's successful closure is ending, just as we need more of them around the county. Cities need to step up and help local businesses while keeping people safe by being bolder and more innovative.
Transit has been stagnant in the county for 30+ years, despite many efforts including the half-penny tax. That is because the decision making tree is a mess.
City dwellers across the country are seeing the places they live and the things they took for granted upended, and may change their behavior, and the American City, as a result.
Miami does not work for Miamians. Learn what you can do to help at MiamiForward.com
Miami is hosting the Super Bowl this year. What exactly does that mean for us who live here every day?
Allapattah has been increasing in notoriety and interest among speculative developers. After this year's Basel, its comprehensive change seems all but inevitable.
The People's Transportation Plan was approved in 2002. Since then it has collected almost $3 Billion, with very little to show for it.
Voting is important, especially in local elections. However, it is exactly these elections where voters feel uninformed, and apathetic. Radical Partners and the Miami Herald have teamed up to help change that.