With vaccinations picking up, warmer weather and increased business reopenings over the last week, tourism has picked up in these destinations.
A group of wealthy friends and some specialty artisans turn out one over-the-top design each year.
The city has been criticized for its enforcement of the curfew in South Beach over the weekend, when the police used pepper balls to try to disperse crowds.
In this retirement community celebrating all things Florida, Quebec snowbirds hunkered down this winter to ride out the pandemic.
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
After a year of sensory deprivation, a critic dips a toe into the new, high-powered immersive art center in Miami.
Floridians are out and about and pandemic restrictions have been lifted. There’s just one problem: The virus never went away.
The airline’s treatment of the passengers, all Orthodox Jews, drew condemnation and accusations of anti-Semitism from Jewish groups.
The exterior of the 1930s Mediterranean-style home in Coconut Grove was charming. The interior was anything but. This couple was thrilled.
For 14 years, “El Show de Fernando Hidalgo,” a racy variety show with a Cuban flair, was appointment viewing in Latino households across the United States.
Silicon Valley techies and Wall Street titans have bought homes and moved businesses there in the pandemic, coaxed by an eager mayor.
A lobby is trying to block building codes that would help fight climate change.
The chaos of the last two weeks offers an opportunity to rethink the role of technology in our lives.
As part of an exhibition at Miami Dade College’s art museum, Forensic Architecture planned to examine the treatment of migrant children at a nearby facility. The pandemic is only one reason that never happened.
Plaza Seafood is a hub of sounds, sustenance and a sense of community that are more in demand than ever during the pandemic.
American Airlines will use the plane, which has been grounded for nearly two years, on a flight from Miami to New York.
The obituary for California’s tech industry has been written before, and it will be rewritten again and again and again.
Many expected that liberal young Hispanic voters would propel a Democratic wave. But Miami, a city where Hispanics hold the levers of power, confounded expectations.
The rapper, a felon, faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.
The results of an internal investigation into Miami prosecutors’ handling of child trafficking allegations against the disgraced financier prompted criticism that the department evaded responsibility.
Rampant falsehoods evolved online on Wednesday, intended to make Spanish speakers question the unfolding election results and believe that President Trump was being robbed of victory.
With business travel all but stopped, city hotels and tourist organizations have made a full-court press to attract local and nearby leisure travelers with bottom-barrel rates and extra perks.
Our vote could play a key role in November. We need to see beyond the bluster, and look at the way Trump has treated our community in the U.S.
Sixty-two years after the revolution, America’s relations with its neighbor to the south loom large.
On family WhatsApp groups and in Spanish-language media, misinformation paints 2020 as a zero-sum game.
Rachel Maddow of MSNBC criticized the decision to air the town hall opposite ABC’s Biden forum tonight. NBC stars and producers also objected as Savannah Guthrie prepared to moderate.
The Commission on Presidential Debates said the second presidential debate, scheduled for Oct. 15, would be virtual, because of virus concerns. Trump called the plan “ridiculous” in a Fox Business interview.
Speaking in Miami to Haitian-Americans, Cuban-Americans and others from immigrant backgrounds, Joe Biden wished the president well but urged him to listen to experts on the pandemic.
Libre, a Spanish-language supplement included in El Nuevo Herald, a sibling to The Miami Herald, published a column comparing Black Lives Matter activists to “Nazi thugs.”
With many districts across the country opting for online learning, a range of technical issues marred the first day of classes.
Students across the country discussed math, masks and managing anxiety as the year begins.
Virtual classes in the fourth-largest school district in the United States were choked by glitches this week. A 16-year-old high school junior has admitted to the cyberattacks.
The couple, who eloped at 17, came from humble roots and were mainstays in their Miami church. They died of the coronavirus in separate hospital rooms.
Art objects are a bore. People want multisensory “experiences,” the more immersive the better. With JR, James Turrell, teamLab and more, a new business venture funded by Marc Glimcher and Laurene Powell Jobs hopes to deliver.
When it is safe enough to return to school, young children would benefit the most. Yet financial pressures are pushing colleges to reopen most rapidly, an economist says.
The coronavirus had entrenched itself in communities from Pensacola to Key West, killing more than 7,000 Floridians. Then came Tropical Storm Isaias.
Six travel workers from Alaska to the Maldives talk about returning to the job. They are in a new world, with restrictions and health measures, uncertainty and new procedures.
“The Year of Dangerous Days,” by Nicholas Griffin, delves into the refugee crisis, race riots and drug trade that dominated the city in 1980.
With the coronavirus exploding, trying to trace the contacts of every positive case has become unrealistic in Florida, especially among elusive partygoers.
Officers were “relieved of duty’’ after a body camera video of the episode surfaced.
A surge in coronavirus cases has prompted state officials to prohibit alcohol sales in bars and close Miami beaches for the coming holiday. But will it be enough?
More than 100,000 people have signed a petition criticizing the treatment of Alaa Massri, 18, at a correctional center in Miami.
In “Disposable City,” Mario Alejandro Ariza reckons with what climate change has in store for the spicy city on the Atlantic.
But a Police Department investigation found that a sergeant had violated department rules in other ways when he detained Dr. Armen Henderson outside his home last month.
Former Representative David Rivera, a strident anti-communist, was quietly consulting for President Nicolás Maduro’s socialist government. He produced just two reports, totaling 5 pages, the lawsuit said.
During this time of self-isolation, when the floral industry, too, is hurting, a colorful missive feels more meaningful than ever.
Florida has emerged as one of the slowest states in the nation to process an avalanche of unemployment claims since the coronavirus hit.
The tests show whether someone has been exposed to the coronavirus. They’re being provided to everyone in an exclusive Florida community that was able to pay for them.
The Miami police chief promised an investigation after a video showed Dr. Armen Henderson being handcuffed outside his home on Friday.
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