MIAMI BEACH — After two fatal shootings on Ocean Drive over a March weekend, Miami Beach leaders followed their recent playbook for dealing with raucous spring break crowds: a state of emergency, a midnight curfew and limited liquor sales. And some residents and officials fear losing the diversity and laid-back vibe that make Miami Beach Miami Beach. Miami Beach has been wrestling with its reputation as a party town. Miami Beach should be able to offer a multitude of activities, from arts to wellness to nightlife, without having to sacrifice one for another, he argued. And anyway, he added, “Good luck trying to lock down public beaches.”The post Fed Up With Mayhem, Miami Beach Wants to Tame Spring Break for Good appeared first on New York Times.