Chuck Strouse is editor-in-chief of Miami New Times. He has shared in two Pulitzer Prizes and won dozens of other awards. He is an honors graduate of Brown University and has worked at newspapers including the Miami Herald, and Los Angeles Times.
10 hours ago | Celebritiest
Wide receiver Kenny Stills kneeled. So did tackle Laremy Tunsil, safety Maurice Smith, and tight end Julius Thomas. The entire team locked arms in solidarity. The Miami Dolphins stood up to President Donald Trump before Sunday's game in New York w...
9 days ago | Weather
What does it take to publish a brilliant feature story, pictures, and cover when there's no electricity or internet, and writers are pinned down by 100 mile per hour winds? The answer is ingenuity, luck, and communication over more than 6,000 mile...
10 days ago | Weather
The National Hurricane Center is reporting that two new storm systems are forming in the far eastern Atlantic. While they are far from Miami, both show a 70 percent probability of becoming tropical depressions within five days. The NHC is predicti...
10 days ago | News
Standing defiantly in the distance off Islamorada is a century-old lighthouse that has survived much more than the wimpy winds of Hurricane Irma. The Alligator Lighthouse was built in 1873, before Miami even existed. The name honors a pirate-fight...
12 days ago | Weather
There's hope. The thousands of people on Florida's east coast stuck without power should have it restored by this Sunday at the latest, Florida Power & LIght tweeted Tuesday morning. Those on Florida's west coast, which took a stronger hit from Hu...