Jim DeFede and Dave Barry take a look at the wild and wacky news of 2012.
The cultural and meteorological hodgepodge that is Miami results in many things contradictory or just plain different. Thus for writers, Miami is fertile ground.
Over the years, the school’s Otto G. Richter Library, built for $3 million, has grown into one of Florida’s largest repositories for some of the region’s most significant collections of memorabilia and history.
When the annual Miami International Book Fair occurs at the Miami Dade College – Wolfson campus every November, it becomes overwhelmingly apparent just how many writers could qualify for best local authors in Miami.
Thousands of amateur sleuths and jigsaw puzzle solvers gathered at new Miami Marlins Stadium in Little Havana for the return of a South Florida institution – The Herald Hunt.