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  • Marlins Stadium Update No. 2-1, no, wait another break

     
    Miami City Commissioners reconvened, but are no closer to a deal. Their meeting has devolved into political chaos. In responding to Commissioner Marc Sarnoff???s proposals to cover extra costs of parking garages and to turn over naming rights and any........
  • Marlins Stadium Update No. $633 million (Will you go?)

     
    So, with Miami and Miami-Dade County approvals now in hand, the Marlins finally believe they???ll be able to break ground for their new ballpark perhaps as soon as July. That is if the bonds can get sold and barring any......
  • Marlins Stadium Update No. $563 million (Bond issues)

     
    Miami-Dade County Commissioners approved issuing as much as $563 million in bonds Tuesday to cover the cost of construction of the Marlins??? $515 million ballpark in Little Havana, but not before opponents got another chance to question the financing...
  • Virgin Mary on griddle: Sunny side up

     
    by Mark Silva Every time the Virgin Mary makes a cameo appearance -- be it in the glass-curtain of a downtown Tampa skyscraper or, as in this case, on the griddle of a border-town Mexican restaurant -- it's worth pausing......
  • Marlins Stadium Update No. 1993-2009 (Time capsule edition)

     
    The Marlins are keeping a part of their history frozen in time in the foundation of the new ballpark. The team buried a metal case full of mementos from the team's inaugural season in 1993, its two World Series championships......
  • Rage fades as Cuban exile attitudes change

    Rage fades as Cuban exile attitudes change
    Bernardo Benes didn't expect someone would plan to assassinate him. Or that he would need to wear a bulletproof vest and keep two bodyguards nearby. But Benes enraged Cuban exiles in 1978 when he traveled to Cuba and negotiated the release of 3,600...
  • Staff writer spends a Spanish-only day in Little Havana

    There I was, on my first trip abroad, eager to take in all of Italy, yet within minutes of arriving I was overwhelmed. All because I tried to buy a bottle of water. I didn't know Italian, and I had just exchanged dollars into lire. Clutching my book of...