The D.J. ran into Michelle Obama at the race, hopped from party to party and played a set that ended at 3 a.m.
“We all knew that this week and next week were going to be hard weekends, because every year, they are hard weekends,” Mayor Dan Gelber said. “Frankly, optimism, hope and luck are not plans.”
“We can’t endure this anymore, we just simply can’t,’’ said Mayor Dan Gelber. “This isn’t your father’s, your mother’s spring break. This is something totally different.”
Do two galleries make a scene? Their owners hope collectors in search of emerging artists travel beyond the established art communities to Jupiter and Central Fine.
In between trash talk and the discussion of various ailments, a dedicated group of seniors hopes to carry a sport to a new generation.
The Deauville Beach Resort played host to The Beatles, Frank Sinatra and John F. Kennedy. But it has been deemed unsafe after years of neglect.
The gangster’s former refuge on Palm Island, Fla., near Miami Beach, is dividing residents and city officials: Should it be razed to make way for a modern home?
A beach. A ski resort. Dracula’s house. Some Covid-19 vaccine sites are more interesting than others.
It was a romance steeped in international intrigue, and it landed Alina López Miyares in a Cuban prison. How much did she know about the web that entangled her?
After the city struggled to contain large crowds with its police force, Black leaders questioned the tactics.
Floridians are out and about and pandemic restrictions have been lifted. There’s just one problem: The virus never went away.
When a healthy 41-year-old died a year ago, an autopsy blamed heart disease. But his family wants to know if the coronavirus was lurking before anyone realized it.
As coronavirus deaths rose, museums and galleries rolled out new shows. The socialite Libbie Mugrabi is planning a dinner for the ages. Is Miami’s art world clueless?
Anxiety and uncertainty about the pandemic are leading some patients to delay surgery. But how safe is that when you have an aneurysm in your heart?
Organizers, concerned at the state of the pandemic in South Florida, put off the event until next year.
People got sick — and some died — after attending crowded parties and theme parks in Florida as the coronavirus spread.