Miami police released the video of the May 10 late night robbery of the Hard Rock Cafe at Bayside Marketplace. The robber pulled a gun on the employee counting the day’s cash take and got away with about $15,500.
The historic blue-and-white Bacardi Building tower on Biscayne Boulevard, designed by Cuban-born architect Enrique Gutierrez and completed in 1963, now home to the National YoungArts Foundation, is a symbol of triumph over adversity by Miami's Cuban exiles.
Known during the Jim Crow era as the center of black business and nightlife, Overtown seems to be undergoing a renaissance. The recent rise of restaurants along Northwest Third Avenue has helped breathe new life into the community.
The city has lost eight of nine arbitration rulings involving fired officers in the last three years but is pursing a rare appeal in the case of Adrian Rodriguez, who is being investigated for his role in a 2007 homicide.
Miami commissioners approved an ordinance requiring that tenants paying monthly rents without a written lease must get at least 30-days notice when facing the termination of their tenancy — double what Florida law requires.
The public agency that oversees Bayfront and Museum parks will spend $2 million on a ‘cutting edge’ playground under the expectation that the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency will ultimately foot the bill.
An Overtown redevelopment agency officially launched a $13.5 million renovation of Town Park South Wednesday, and assured residents that the problems experienced in Town Park North won’t be replicated.