A man wanted for stealing two cockatoos in a cage off the front porch of Little Havana home last week has been arrested and charged with one count of burglary to an unoccupied dwelling, according to police.
The Art of Found Objects Exhibition is a Miami showcase supported by The Education Fund that encourages students from all grades up to high school and their teachers to create art using repurposed materials.
The entire 1970 Miami High baseball team was recently recognized by the school’s Hall of Fame committee. Eleven of the players from that team, now in their early 60s, were at Miami High on April 16 as part of the school’s annual Hall of Fame sports induction ceremony.
A 17-year-old Miami Norland High student, who family members described as quiet and a good student, was shot and killed outside his Miami Gardens apartment complex Tuesday afternoon on his way home from school. Two hours later, a 16-year-old boy was gunned down in Little Havana and was in extremely critical condition.
As state traffic engineers launch a two-year study to consider improvements to Little Havana’s Calle Ocho, today three lanes of high-speed auto traffic hurtling downtown, locals and Miami city officials call for a return to its original design as a neighborhood Main Street where pedestrians rule.