Miami Turns 119 This MonthCity leaders and locals are gathering to celebrate Miami's 119th birthday.
Top Haunted Graveyard Tours In South FloridaThis “best of” list highlights excellent graveyard tours in the area. Whether it’s to celebrate the centuries-old Pagan holiday of Halloween or it’s just to have a night of fright any time of the year, the options on this list promise to deliver a truly haunting experience.
Focus on South Florida: Bob Marley Messenger Exhibit Bob Marley Messenger Exhibit to open at History Miami Thursday and run through January.
October Is "Buy One, Get One Free" Month At 18 AttractionsFor the month of October, locals and visitors to Miami can “Buy One Get One Free” on admissions at some of the area’s biggest attractions.
Passersby Recount Horror Of Causeway Attack On 911 CallsPolice released three 911 calls from people on the MacArthur Causeway who witnessed a cannibalistic attack.
Causeway Attack Victim's Brother Learned Of Incident In NewspaperBefore 65-year-old Ronald Poppo lost his face in a cannibalistic attack, he had completely lost touch with his family.
Report: Cannibal Victim's Daughter Never Knew FatherThe daughter of Causeway Cannibal victim Ronald Poppo said she didn’t know her father and that she thought he was dead long before the horrific attack by Rudy Eugene last Saturday.
Tourism Official: Causeway Cannibal Attack Won't Hurt TourismAlmost from the start, the story of a face eating cannibal dubbed the Miami Zombie has attracted headlines around the world.
Miami Crime Bus Tour To Include Causeway Cannibal AttackSouth Florida is filled with history, including a history riddled with mobsters, con men, drug runners, fugitives and assassins; now we can add cannibal to the list. That’s exactly what Miami’s famous “Mystery, Mayhem and Vice” Crime Bus Tour is doing. IIt’s adding the side of the MacArthur Causeway, where a naked Rudy Eugene ravaged the face of a complete stranger over Memorial Day weekend, to its list of stops on the tour of Miami-Dade’s most celebrated crimes.