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Shakira's Triumphant Return to the American Airlines Arena Stage Spanned Two Decades of Hits | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 18, 2018
Shakira returned to the American Airlines Arena stage after rescheduling her El Dorado World Tour due to a vocal chord injury.
Miami Herald | August 18, 2018
For all the uproar over school security and education funding out of Tallahassee, it’s been a quieter race for school board seats in the fourth largest school district in the … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 18, 2018
Prosecutors say Orlier Suarez Albo was staggeringly drunk and behind the wheel of a Mercedes-Benz when he plowed into another car, killing a woman and severely injuring her husband in … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 18, 2018
If you’re heading out this morning on the Florida Turnpike pack patience. A multi-vehicle crash early Saturday morning southbound along Northwest 106th Street has shut down all but one southbound … Click to Continue »
A Carol City Middle School student | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | August 17, 2018
A Carol City Middle School student paints a bench during a spring cleanup on May 5.
Carol City Middle School stuck with negative label | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | August 17, 2018
Four years ago the staff at Carol City Middle School heard rumors that the school would be closing. But through a deliberate effort and community partnership, the school has not only remained opened—it has improved its profile.
JAMES SCONIERS | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | August 17, 2018
75, educator, died August 4. Service 10 a.m., Saturday at Cornerstone Christian Center Church.
Has Mark Richt Already Brought Back the U? | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
Since taking over head football coaching duties at the University of Miami from Al Golden in 2016, Mark Richt has been exactly as advertised: A elite-level football coach who is both a capable recruiter and a tremendous in-game manager. The results have been similarly stellar: 19 wins and seven loss...
Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Einsteins at MiamiCentral, and Wynwood Brewing and Veza Sur Anniversaries | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
This weekend, the Miami Heat's Udonis Haslem will open an Einstein Bros. Bagels in MiamiCentral, Wynwood Brewing celebrates its fifth anniversary, Veza Sur hosts its first birthday party, and Concrete Beach releases its Bouvalay beer in a can.
Rick Springfield Flaunts His Bluesy, Darker Side on The Snake King | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
You might know him as your mom’s old crush from the '80s, but Australian rocker Rick Springfield has seen places far darker since his heartthrob days.
Miami Snapchat Queen YesJulz Debuts Puma Collaboration | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
YesJulz and global brand Puma have teamed up to showcase their newest collaboration, Julz' debut capsule collection titled NRG. To commemorate this milestone in her career, the Little Rascals, Julz Foundation and Puma will donate $30,000 to Miami’s own Motivational Edge art program, opening this S...
Miami Won't Have to Pay Javier Ortiz Back Pay for Ultra Detail After His Ban From Festival | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
After Ultra Music Festival's organizers had to shell out $400,000 to an innocent concertgoer who was thrown to the ground, beaten and tasered by Miami police officers who lied about their actions in official reports, festival organizers understandably asked the city to send different cops next time....
Score Celebrates 20 Years on South Beach with Pose Star Dominique Jackson | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
Popsicles in Miami's blazing heat last longer than most clubs in this town. But South Beach's gay nightclub Score is celebrating 20 years in the business. "It has a lot to do with keeping up with what's current," says Score co-owner Luis Morera. Score's history dates back to 1998. Owner Bi...
Japanese Robatayaki Etaru Launches Bottomless Rosé Brunch | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
Zuma's legendary bottomless brunch is coming to Fort Lauderdale. Upscale Japanese robatayaki Etaru, which is owned by Zuma's Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney, will launch a weekly rosé brunch on Las Olas beginning Sunday, August 19. Priced at $55 per person, Etaru's brunch, which has been we...
Here's a Photo That Allegedly Shows Joe Carollo Skulking Around Ball & Chain | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
There Joe Carollo is, caught on grainy celluloid like he's some unholy cryptid combination of Bigfoot, Angela Lansbury, and Alex Jones. The fact that the photo is low-res and in black-and-white somehow makes it more compelling. Look at how his eyes glow like he's the Loch Ness Monster but with...
Ron DeSantis' PAC Just Took $100K From ICE's Top Contractor, GEO Group | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
Boca Raton's private-prison juggernaut, the GEO Group, makes more money from Immigration and Customs Enforcement contracts than any other company in America. The company has been repeatedly sued for allegedly forcing immigrant detainees to work for food and itself has threatened to sue critics for p...
Miami's Five Best Mango Cocktails and Beers | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 17, 2018
In the Magic City, mangos are king. From mango festivals to mango parades, the coveted fruit is regularly celebrated and craved throughout the city. So as we find ourselves in the thick of mango season, there's no better way to celebrate your obsession than with some boozy mango drinks. Whether it b...
Miami Herald | August 17, 2018
Drone video shot by Captain Dan Kipnis and published to YouTube shows the construction of a seawall on Indian Creek Drive which Miami Beach will likely have to rip out and replace due to lack of proper permits, video is from Dec. 2017. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 17, 2018
The Republican and Democratic primaries to replace Miami icon Ileana Ros-Lehtinen both have front-runners. That’s where the similarities end. Democrats are arguing over policy issues that could accelerate the party’s … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 17, 2018
A prayer for our nation: Dear Father-God, We are a broken nation. There is fighting on the homefront as never before. The White House is awash with in-house fighting. Where … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 17, 2018
Miami Beach may have to tear out three chunks of its newly constructed Indian Creek Drive seawall — at a potential cost of about $800,000 — after the now-ousted chief … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 17, 2018
The legacy of famed Cuban chef Nitza Villapol has arrived in Miami by way of her daughter-in-law Sisi Colomina, who inherited her author’s rights and has compiled two new volumes … Click to Continue »
Miami Times Online | August 17, 2018
34, XPO logistic, died August 7 at home. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church.
Miami Times Online | August 17, 2018
36, homemaker, died July 30 at Aventura Medical Center. Service 10 a.m., Saturday in the chapel.
Miami Herald | August 17, 2018
It’s Back to School time again and as part of our Community Outreach Initiative, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue (MDFR) will be rolling out its School Zone Safety Initiative, “Stop, Drop & Roll with a Twist” starting August 20, 2018. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 17, 2018
Three South Florida men who made up half of a sophisticated bird-smuggling operation will spend between six and 15 months in prison, U.S. Attorney Benjamin Greenberg announced this week. The … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 17, 2018
Did SunPass cause you to overdraft and be charged fees by your bank? Were you financially impacted by the backlog of posted transactions? If that’s you, SunPass says it will … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 17, 2018
A motorcyclist was killed after colliding with a car making a turn off U.S. 1 Thursday afternoon near Palmetto Bay. An 18-year-old man was riding his motorcycle north on South … Click to Continue »
Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, Dead at 76, Left a Piece of Her Legacy in Miami | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
Legendary soul singer and musician Aretha Franklin had a voice that seemed to belong to all of America. You'd be hard-pressed to name a voting-age citizen who doesn't know her name. Most Americans recognize her uniquely powerful voice from the opening strains of "Respect," "Chain of Fools," or any o...
Haute Tension Is on Track to Play 31 Consecutive Shows in Dade This Month | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
Though Miami band Haute Tension's name sounds like it might generate a taut, stressed out vibe, the band formerly known as Mo'Booty actually makes chill, slow surfy riffs stamped with deep and dreamy male vocals. There is, however, some tension in the "noir" sound that recalls long days spent s...
Beach Towing Tacks on Bogus
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
Three separate shots of the incident show that no flatbed or dollies were used for the tow — but that didn't stop Beach Towing from charging Alford $40 for it.
Constellation Brands, Funky Buddha Brewery's Parent Company, Fires Beer Sales Employees | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
Constellation Brands, the third largest beer company in the U.S., has reportedly fired dozens of employees with its craft beer sales team on Wednesday, including at Funky Buddha Brewery in Oakland Park, according to a sales representative who was fired.
South Florida Priest Murdered in Cuba Outed as Part of Pennsylvania Child-Porn Ring | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
The utterly bizarre and horrid tale of Pennsylvania-turned-Miami-turned-Cuban priest George Zirwas has taken and even darker turn this week. More than 15 years ago, New Times published a deeply reported feature delving into Zirwas's 2001 murder in Havana, where he was injected in the neck with ...
Joe Carollo Accused Of Slapping Ball & Chain Owner With False Complaints, Staking Out Club Late At Night | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
There's a reason Miami's former mayor earned the nickname "Crazy Joe" Carollo in the late '90s. So it's no surprise that when voters returned Carollo to the city commission last fall, he brought that gravitational mass of crazy right back to Dinner Key with him. Now Carollo is alleged...
Southern Sol Garden BBQ at VShops Serves Vegan Southern Comfort Food | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
Classic Southern eats with a plant-based twist are coming to Coconut Grove. Southern Sol Garden BBQ will be the fifth concept to join the lineup at VShops, the vegan food hall in Coconut Grove.
Miami Spice 2018: The Five Best Waterfront Restaurants | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
Though more than 200 restaurants are participating in Miami Spice, there are only a handful of eateries that include enchanting waterfront views and romantic ambiance. Here are the best locations boasting the most attractive Miami Spice menus to enjoy by the water.
These Four Bands Are Keeping the South Florida Jam Scene Alive | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
Past the late-night dance clubs and punk dive bars lives a genre of music that was born in the 60s. South Florida seems to be a destination for jam bands, and many have even set their roots here. The scene continues to thrive with events such as Jam Cruise, GroundUp Fest, Wanee Festival and venues...
Drag Performer Karla Croqueta on Cuban Culture and Being So Miami | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
Last month, the filmmaking duo of Karli Evans and Cassandra Keith launched an Indiegogo campaign to help finish funding their film, Emergence. The documentary pairs interviews with the performers with behind-the-scenes looks at them preparing for gigs, and then dives into a fantasy of each queen's c...
Hialeah Police Prepare for
Miami New Times | August 16, 2018
The last time a giant protest turned into a chaotic state of civil unrest in Hialeah was — well, it's hard to point to a recent example. The city keeps police busy chasing down crotch-grabbing car dealers, fake veterinarians, and mail thieves, but a mob of angry rioters has yet...
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
The Miami-Dade County school district is still scrambling to get cities on board with placing police officers in every school, a requirement under a new state law, five days before … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
It’s an iconic image of natural disaster in South Florida: a palm tree bent in half under the furious winds of a hurricane. The threat of sea rise has given … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
Third time was not the charm for Al Pacino — or the actor’s fans. After twice postponing his one-man-show, “An Evening With Al Pacino,” in which the Oscar-winner was set … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
A former FIU graduate student received an 18-month federal prison sentence this week for helping computer extortionists launder more than $93,000. From October 2012 to Marc 27, 2013, while at … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
Miami-Dade’s District 2 Commissioner Jean Monestime faces a familiar ballot on Aug. 28. It is the third time he’s running against his predecessor, Dorrin Rolle. Monestime unseated Rolle in 2010 … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
Nearly three decades after a Miami restaurant owner was shot to death in a botched robbery outside his business, police have arrested one of the suspected killers. Miami-Dade police’s homicide … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
Neighbors thought bombs had gone off because the pops were that loud. Then they saw flames engulfing cars parked in front of a house in a residential South Miami-Dade community. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
Finding purpose and mission in life is at the core of volunteering. In the Coconut Grove community, the Rotary Club makes a huge difference for deserving children and families through … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
Suspecting that his own allies may push him out of office in a few days, an angry state Rep. Roy Hardemon is torching his political party, accusing Democratic leaders in … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
A Miami cop who was fired for refusing to cooperate with homicide detectives investigating his possible role in a murder returned to work Tuesday after several court opinions in his … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | August 16, 2018
A 60-year-old woman came home one morning to an unwanted surprise — a man in her bedroom. According to police, the woman arrived at her home, which is near the … Click to Continue »