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Miami Herald | October 20, 2018
A motorist involved in a traffic accident in Florida City fired “several shots” at an officer before fleeing northbound on the Florida Turnpike and leading police on a four-county car … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 20, 2018
While Republican lawmakers took turns denouncing the actions of conservative protesters who heckled House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi outside a campaign event in Coral Gables, the chairman of the Miami-Dade … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 20, 2018
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement identified Neico Crooks as the man who was involved in a police shooting with Miami Gardens officers early Friday morning. According to police, Crooks, … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 20, 2018
Sherrone Jenkins wasn’t one to ask for help. After her 9-year-old daughter, Sherdavia, died from a stray bullet while playing just outside their Liberty Square apartment — the quiet matriarch … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 20, 2018
A tumultuous year in City Hall has left the residents of North Miami Beach represented by a mostly unelected council. Three of six members of the council plus the mayor … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 20, 2018
Art Basel’s 2018 Miami Beach Art Fair will open to the public Thursday, Dec. 6, at the Miami Beach Convention Center. If that sounds late, blame November. Though the fair … Click to Continue »
A hazmat professional | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | October 19, 2018
A hazmat professional helps a lady living under the bridge pack up her belongings.
A city homelessness outreach member | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | October 19, 2018
A city homelessness outreach member on Friday talks to men who live underneath the 836 bridge in Overtown.
Cleanup of Overtown opioid den underway | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | October 19, 2018
The cleanup and sanitation efforts of the opioid den underneath the 836 bridge in Overtown kicked off Friday morning. The Miami Neighborhood Enhancement Team along with its Homelessness Assistance Program, the Miami Police Department and the Homeless Trust, worked together…
Andrew Gillum is not corrupt! | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | October 19, 2018
The television campaign advertisement that is currently being run by the Republican Party is basically saying that Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, is corrupt, is demeaning, disturbing, disingenuous and dishonest. Mr. Gillum is not corrupt. He is competent; he is capable;…
Mark Richt Has Earned Some Patience From the Miami Hurricanes Fanbase | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
One year ago, Canes fans were applauding Mark Richt for reinventing the way we eat sandwiches and thanking him for being the savior that the University of Miami football program desperately needed. Fast-forward to this season and the narrative on social media and Hurricanes message boards is that R...
Pier Sixty-Six Hotel's 17th-Floor Restaurant Opens for Brunch In the Sky | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
Brunch will take on a new meaning this weekend as Pier Sixty-Six Hotel opens its doors to serve mimosas, pancakes, and eggs in the sky. The hotel's private dining room, Pier Top, which towers 17 floors high and offers 360-degree views of downtown Fort Lauderdale and the Atlantic Ocean, will ope...
Please Sign This Petition to Turn the UM Mascot Into a Vape Guy | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
Tobacco is gross. Nobody likes tobacco anymore. It's not cool. Joe Camel can go fall off a bridge. The only people who smoke tobacco pipes in 2018 are steampunk weirdos, creeps who like Hugh Hefner too much, oil barons, and Sebastian the Ibis, the mascot for the University of Miami...
Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Geoffrey Zakarian's Stone Crabs for a Cause and the South Beach Seafood Festival | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
This weekend, the South Beach Seafood Festival will return with events around Miami, Blue Bottle Coffee will host a tasting in the Design District, Biscayne Bay Brewing will celebrate its fourth anniversary, and Casa Florida will host a clothing donation event with free cocktails to benefit the Noma...
From Singing
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
For a band that began in 1992 with members aged 6, 8, and 11, Hanson has always been wise beyond its years. As an 8-year-old fan at the time — and, admittedly, until this interview — I had never really stopped to analyze their music lyrically. But Hanson has an old soul, one that has always mani...
My Tumultuous Love Affair With Marilyn Manson | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
Marilyn Manson. The name is as much a dichotomy as the character. It's half sweet and sexy Marilyn Monroe, half crazed, blood-thirsty Charles Manson. Marilyn Manson is edgy, groundbreaking, talented, and, some might even say, sensitive. He can also be threatening, violent, and unpredictable. Fans r...
Miami's (F)empower Artist Collective Aims to
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
With her ferocious creative collective (F)empower, Miami's Helen Peña has spent close to a year and a half uniting, elevating, and empowering some of the 305's most talented and passionate female and femme identifying artists. Her collective's goal: elevating female energy. Peña says, "We beli...
South Florida Cops Filmed Repeatedly Punching 14-Year-Old Black Girl | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
There is virtually no reason for a group of large adult male cops to pin a 14-year-old girl to the ground and continully punch her in the ribs and kidneys. Yet after Coral Springs Police officers were filmed doing exactly that to a teen outside the Coral Square Mall yesterday, the police department ...
Eyes on Miami: DJ Khaled, Rae Sremmurd, 98 Degrees, and Others | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with WorldRedEye, New Times...
Miami 2018 Miami Halloween Restaurant Party Guide | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
For Halloween this year, many Miami-area eateries are offering spooktacular menus, entertainment, and costume contests.
Here Are the South Florida Congressional Candidates Who Support Universal Healthcare | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
For years, Florida has had one of the highest rates of uninsured residents. So it's no surprise that health care is a top issue for voters going into the November midterms. According to a new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation, more than one-quarter of Florida voters said health care w...
Recapture Miami's Indie '90s With Machete Reunion Shows at Las Rosas and Churchill's | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 19, 2018
It was the early '90s, and a couple of effortlessly cool juniors at Sunset Senior High decided they wanted to start a band. Confident, brash Luis Garcia and stylish, shy Ben Carillo ran through a couple of failed cohorts until Carillo suggested his friend, musician Justin Gracer. The group late...
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
Hanging on the wall of Sweetwater Mayor Orlando Lopez is a medallion-shaped illustration of what was to be the official city seal: the motto Family-God-Education hovering over a landscape. In … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
Hate to answer your phone? There’s a reason for that. The 954 area code in Broward County ranks No. 5 in the entire nation for the most robocalls. Residents received … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
A group of gun enthusiasts, who created a ruckus when they showed up on the South Beach pier in June with handguns and rifles, plan another well-armed visit Saturday — … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
A garbage truck rumbled onto the street under the Dolphin Expressway in Overtown early Friday, flanked by cleaning crews in hazmat suits, government bureaucrats in surgical masks and police. The … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
A scary situation Friday morning. An as yet unidentified man has climbed almost to the top of a cellphone tower in Hialeah. The situation is playing out on a Facebook … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
A judge on Friday dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed against the Miami Herald for its coverage of the 2014 death of a female prison inmate and the state’s ensuing investigation. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
A man was shot and killed by a police officer in Miami Gardens early Friday morning, according to multiple sources. The details, however, remained sketchy hours later. A source with … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
Barbara Lee never came to Miami. But the mere mention of the California lawmaker’s name on the programming flier for a campaign event in Coral Gables was enough to trigger … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
A new flyover ramp on the right side of eastbound 836, connecting to northbound Le Jeune Road, will open at 5 a.m. Saturday, after years of construction and road closures … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
Politicians count on voters having short memories: forgetting, and by proxy, forgiving the bad policy they championed, the bad votes they cast. I seldom forget the battles, and definitely not … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 19, 2018
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees plans to file Friday for an immediate legal injunction against a political consultant in North Miami Beach for an attack ad … Click to Continue »
MINNIE VAN | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | October 18, 2018
86, retired postal worker, died October 11 at Hollywood Memorial. Service 6 p.m., Friday at Pentecostal Tabernacle International.
DUANE DEVON BOONE | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | October 18, 2018
45, died October 11 at University of Miami Hospital. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at New Life Baptist Church of Carol City.
Miami Artist Crowdfunds Gun Reform Billboard Along I-95 | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
Stuart Sheldon's oldest son was in elementary school the day 20 children were gunned down in their classrooms at Sandy Hook Elementary. The idea of someone aiming an AR-15 at first-graders was the worst thing Sheldon could imagine, and when nothing changed in its aftermath, he responded the bes...
Get Spooked With Yelle on Halloween Night | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
Juliet Budet is enjoying the warm weather in her hometown in Brittany, located on the northwest coast of France, which is usually cool even throughout the summer thanks to its maritime climate. "We are having an Indian summer. It's really nice," Budet says over the phone. But soon she'll leave...
Michael Franti on Chasing Light Through the Darkness | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
Despite seemingly unbridgeable gaps between races and genders and political parties, Franti says the real battle is the personal tug-of-war between cynicism and optimism.
Judge Rules Hollywood PD Shouldn't Have Arrested Gay Men for Private Sex Acts | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
A Broward County judge has now confirmed that the Hollywood Police Department ruined the lives of 10 gay men for absolutely no reason at all. On July 26, Hollywood PD raided a gay-cruising hangout and arrested eight men allegedly caught masturbating in a private back room and two others accused...
Miami's Ten Best Halloween Parties | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
The trick for Halloween, which falls on a Wednesday this year, is figuring out how to roll out of bed Thursday morning. The treat is there are plenty of parties happening the weekend before October 31, and some offer fat stacks of cash for the best costume. Whether you're re-creating the Rock's icon...
After Food Fight, Fienberg-Fisher Staff Beat Up Eighth Grader, Told Him
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
On February 20, an eighth grader at Miami Beach's Fienberg-Fisher school got into what amounts to a food fight. Another student doused him with water. He threw milk back. The students' substitute teacher disciplined the boys, and that seemed to be the end of it.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Creator Joel Hodgson Returns for Live Show | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
Joel Hodgson will riff on B-movies on the Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live tour just like he used to on the cult classic series, only now he’ll be joined by the host of the rebooted MST3K on Netflix, Jonah Ray.
Havana Music Hall's Story of Immigration Gets Personal | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
The musical explores the experiences of Cuban artists after their lives are torn apart by the revolution.
Planta South Beach Launches Lunch Menu | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
Planta South Beach — the Miami outpost of David Grutman's chic plant-based eatery — has launched a lunch menu.The celebrity-studded spot is now open daily for the midday meal in addition to nightly dinner service and weekend brunch.
Miami Beach's Seven Best Hotel Bars | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
You don’t have to be a visitor to partake in one of Miami Beach’s hotel bars. From al fresco spots with tropical vibes and New York-style speakeasies to posh see-and-be-seen cocktail lounges, Miamians flock to hotel bars for classic drinks, craft brews, and stellar wine lists. Here are eight of ...
Little Havana Street Construction is Inspiration for Ekudos' Ready to Die Menu Series | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
John Guilarte's gastro pub is surrounded by demolished sidewalks and rubble. Barricades from road construction block his entrance and unsavory porto pottys line the street.In October 2017, New Times reported on the road construction that was affecting the Little Havana eatery. One year later, the bu...
Activists Plan to Carry Guns While Fishing at South Pointe Pier | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
If you were planning on, say, enjoying a leisurely day at South Pointe Pier this Saturday, don't be alarmed when you see a crowd of people openly carrying Glocks.
So Far, Derek Jeter Is Even Worse Than Jeffrey Loria as Marlins Owner | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | October 18, 2018
Derek Jeter is erasing the memory of Jeffrey Loria by being an even worse owner. Instead of building a team fans will pay to see, the Miami Marlins CEO has been wasting time getting rid of the $2.5 million home-run sculpture inside Marlins Park and leaking images of possible new...
Miami Herald | October 18, 2018
In this year’s election, Miami voters have to answer a crucial question about the city’s government: Who will be in charge? Who supervises the police chief? Who’s the top boss … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | October 18, 2018
A Broward County man was cited in the Keys for catching three “very small” Florida spiny lobsters Wednesday, according to police. Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Nelson Sanchez was patrolling … Click to Continue »