Elian Gonzalez, now 20 years old, is saying some very inconvenient things about American immigration policy that contradict the old-school, right-wing Miami Cubans who dominated South Florida politics for decades (a group Fidel Castro once called "Fascist American Gangsters.") Anyone who grew up d ... More >>
Take a look at that video, evangelicals and anti-Muslim crusaders. Are you really, really sure you want to risk your credibility on the Fathima Rifqa Bary case? Y'all remember how the Terri Schiavo thing backfired, right? Actually, this one is the media mutation of the Schiavo story and Elian Gonzal ... More >>
Corruption-busting lawyer Bruce Udolf wants to be Broward sheriff. After the Ken Jenne experience, though, are voters too suspicious of lawyers turned cops?
And hello again. Why Broward-Palm Beach immigrant groups are tired of the endless Castro drama.
Saba Gallery offers a mixed bag of French art for now, at least.
Old newspaper pros quit the FIU J-school as academicians run the show
After the Catholic Church banished him, Cuba welcomed him. But the vibrant new life George Zirwas created for himself soon ended in tragic death.
What's happening -- and what's not -- at the tip of the peninsula
Watching Norman's back
Law enforcement's attempts to muzzle the media help no one
Kara Lucas and A.J. Templeton jab, hook, and hit the books
Crabbing About Jen
The Reel Indie Film Festival
Conflict of interest. Anti-Cuban high jinks. A cover-up. It must be the Florida INS.
Team Bush loses its case-and loses sight of Dubya's so-called principles-in a Miami court
Letters for July 20, 2000
Letters for July 6, 2000
Julian Jorge Reyes was a child of Castro's revolution who turned against his leader. Now he's taking on el exilio.
In the ultimate Channel 7 report, the news team discovers a Cuban double agent in our midst.
A Bicycle Country
The fisherman who rescued Elián, Donato Dalrymple, comes from a family with a violent history. And that's not the half of it.
Letters for February 24, 2000
Six months ago Tony Aguiar was a Fort Lauderdale yacht broker with a penchant for the high life. Today he's on the lam in Cuba.
Meet Luis and José Cid, Elian Gonzalez's cousins, just a couple of good, old-fashioned American criminals
A Bicycle Country