2013: The year in review

 

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Local news

A child-welfare mystery, the fight against community violence, the arrests of three mayors. These are some of the most important stories in South Florida from Miami Herald reporters. Read...

Politics

The governor's record on jobs, the curious case phantom ballots. These are some of the most important political stories from Miami Herald reporters. Read...

Features

The evolution of the Design District, the last days of a landmark music store. These are some of the most important feature stories from Miami Herald reporters. Read...

The Americas

A hunger strike, a health crisis, 48 hours in captivity. These are some of the most important stories across the Americas in 2013 from Miami Herald reporters. Read...

The Arts

The top five visual arts stories of the year. Read...

The top five books stories of the year. Read...

The top five classical performances of the year. Read...

The five most striking dance and performace events of 2013. Read...

The top five developments of the year in film. Read...

The top five artists, events and trends that made an impact on pop music. Read...

The five best South Florida theater productions. Read...

The five best TV shows of the year. Read...

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