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A Colorful Conundrum: the Grove’s notorious peacocks

Love 'em or hate 'em, peacocks (also called peafowls) have taken over the Grove. On East Shore Drive near Vizcaya, Lia Cheung recently woke...

Miami’s Mango Festival returns to Fairchild Gardens, promising a 30-year legacy...

South Florida's eagerly awaited annual Mango Festival returns to Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens on July 8 and 9, 2023, boasting a rich, 30-year history...

Top five current MLB players from South Florida

In baseball, rich talent is everywhere. From Los Angeles to the Midwest to New York or the Dominican Republic and even Japan, there are...

Wall’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream is a South Miami community staple

Wall’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream is more than merely an ice cream shop, it’s a community staple for South Miami. Dozens of stores closed during...

South Miami commences electoral process for new commissioner

Following the death of Vice Mayor Robert Welsh on Feb. 23, four people are vying to join the South Miami city commission in the...

Biology professor by day, politician by night (photo gallery included)

South Miami Mayor Philip K. Stoddard lifted a bottle of clove oil to the fluorescent ceiling lights and examined the substance. The sound of...

South Miami group advocates for residents

With multiple projects in the works, a group of South Miami residents is working to improve the city they call home. The group, South Miami...