miami history

"It's prime real estate today, and it was prime real estate 1,000 years ago. Nothing has changed, except the price," Carr
The eye passed directly over downtown Miami on September 18, 1926, causing a confusing half-hour lull in which many residents
To avoid massive lay-offs and over a dozen library branches' drastic cut in hours, two commissioners must vote to raise the
Before there were condo high rises, night clubs, and Art Basel Miami Beach, there were the horse and buggies on Flagler Street
"We've allowed it to deteriorate," said Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, who sponsored the bill authorizing the bond referendum
The National Collaborative for Women's History Sites (NCWHS), in cooperation with the National Park Service, invites proposals
My maternal grandparents, Sam D. and Ida Ellen Roberts Johnson, were born in Harbour Island, Bahamas. It is believed that
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (WSVN) -- The "Real Housewives of Miami" couple have won the latest court battle in their effort to tear
To save you time in your search for some Herald memorabilia, we've spent the last few days browsing the Herald collection
Arthur McDuffie reportedly led cops on a high-speed chase on his motorcycle in December 1979. After an all-white jury deliberated
Archeologists picked through dirt Friday, uncovering pieces of knives, jewelry, architectural elements, and animal remains from a 1,000-year-old Tequesta Indian village that once stood at the mouth of the Miami River.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI -- Archeologists picked through dirt Friday, uncovering pieces of knives, jewelry, architectural elements
For Julia, who convinced neighbors Mary and William Brickell to also throw acreage at Flagler, the deal didn't come cheap
Two months ago, twelve dump trucks bursting with dirt and fill from a downtown Miami construction site made their way to
"I run by that site at least once a week and it always sparks my imagination," she says. And those are just headlines from
Click below for Miami's seaside flappers, pin-ups at Matheson Hammock Park, and three-bikini-clad bunnies at a 1969 groundbreaking
Charles and wife Isabella Peacock eventually moved to the Grove and built the Peacock Inn, the establishment credited with
When the Miami Beach City Commission decided to ban surfing in 1964, surfers were considered a pretty undesirable group. “Because
Bullets flying in Miami: it's really nothing new. On this day in 1933, America's president-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt survived