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Here Are Some Terrifying Quotes from Marco Rubio's Crazy Conservative New Chief of Staff | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 22, 2018
Michael A. Needham has been described in various news profiles over the years as "too conservative" for GOP stalwarts like former House Speaker John Boehner; as the Republican Party's "loathed ideological commissar," and as "a huge asshole." For years, Needham chaired the Heritage Action Fund, the l...
Miami Herald | April 22, 2018
A Miami pimp's reaction to a Santa's Enchanted Forest employee not paying for sex with a 16-year-old led cops to him and a prison sentence for sex trafficking. Richard Rodriguez … Click to Continue »
Dante Starks was arrested by the feds | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | April 21, 2018
Opa-locka influencer Dante Starks was indicted by the feds Friday on several charges of bribery, extortion and not filing taxes.
The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 21, 2018
Record Store Day, III Joints, Wynwood Life, and more of the best things to do in Miami this weekend, April 20 through April 22.
III Joints Review: Kung-Fu and Kush With RZA at the Anderson | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 21, 2018
Pop quiz, potshot: it's April 20th, 2018. There's smoke rising from above a stage in the parking lot of the Anderson bar on Miami's Upper East Side? Where is it coming from? A. A smoke machine B. A fire C. All the people smoking that loud like it's legal D...
Miami Herald | April 21, 2018
The state healthcare agency banned new admissions on Friday to a troubled South Miami-Dade assisted living facility associated with the Broward nursing home where a dozen residents died after the … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 21, 2018
Dozens of Miami-Dade police officers burst into the popular Booby Trap and LaBare strip-club complex near Doral late Friday to arrest dancers and employees believed to have dealt cocaine, marijuana … Click to Continue »
Miami Times Online | April 21, 2018
Before the word was official Friday morning, residents were talking about the arrest of Opa-locka influencer, Dante Starks, by the federal government.
Miami Times Online | April 21, 2018
(BPT) - As the third largest global epidemic, fertility issues are much more common than people realize — yet very few people are talking about it. With 1 in 8 couples affected by infertility, there’s a growing interest in fertility…
Miami Herald | April 21, 2018
Entourage, a program similar to “The Voice” and “America's Got Talent,” provides Miami finalists with a variety of classes that help transform and develop their talent at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center in Liberty City. … Click to Continue »
Florida’s unemployment holds steady at 3.9 percent | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | April 20, 2018
Florida’s unemployment rate is holding steady at 3.9 percent, slightly below the national average of 4.1 percent.
How do you spot testicular cancer? North Shore wants to show you | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | April 20, 2018
North Shore Medical Center will hold an interactive presentation and discussion on testicular cancer at noon on Tuesday at the center's auditorium, 1100 NW 95th St.
Dr. Arthur Iglesias, M.D. | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | April 20, 2018
Dr. Arthur Iglesias specializes in radiation oncology and will give a lecture on testicular cancer on April 24 at North Shore Medical Center.
Sweet Liberty Updates Brunch With New Items and
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
Brunch at Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co. is what hangover dreams are made of. The Miami Beach bar, which debuted Sunday brunch in December 2016, is behind a slate of new plates and a "pimp your prosecco" option, where diners can upgrade their drinks with fruits, "fluffy" juices, and herbs.
Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: 4/20, Jackson Hall and Cupcake Baking Workshop | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
This weekend, Miami restaurants and bars celebrate 4/20, Bunnie Cakes hosts a cupcake baking workshop for Earth Day, and chef Giorgio Rapicavoli creates a limited-edition menu item at American Harvest. 4/20 Food and Drink Specials in Miami. 4/20 is a celebration of pot culture with roots i...
Westworld Is Smarter and Better, but It Demands Bloody Price | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
The new season finds Maeve (Thandie Newton), the host who played madam to Westworld’s bevy of robot whores, scouring the park for the daughter she was given in a previous “narrative” ... and who continues to haunt her dreams
Art and Advocacy Intersect at the Wolfsonian's PosterFest | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
Some sat on tile floors, markers in hand, butts half covering big white poster boards, gossiping while making campaign posters that would ensure their friend became the ninth grade class president. Others spray-painted protest messages on discarded cardboard, inspired by their parents' stories of ma...
CIP Slams Miami Police Capt. Javier Ortiz for Posting Instagram Photo of Arrestees | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
Looking at an Instagram collage that featured Miami Police Capt. Javier Ortiz smiling for a selfie above a photo of a handcuffed woman on the ground, Civilian Investigative Panel member Courtney Omega had to double check his rank. “This is a captain?” she said during a Tuesday meeting of the...
Here Are All the Times the Sixers and Heat Almost Came to Blows Last Night | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
Breaking news: The Miami Heat and the Philadelphia 76ers do not particularly care for one another. If that fact wasn't already confirmed before Thursday night's disappointing 128-108 76ers win, it certainly is now. There are intense playoff games, then there are games that border on a Jason Sta...
Enjoy This Video of Key West Residents Cursing at Trump's Motorcade | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
If you were to strip away all the trappings of President Donald Trump's inherited wealth — the planes, the superglued comb-over haircut, the spray-tanning — it's not hard to imagine that our nation's president could easily have wound up filtering down to the Florida Keys and living a life of...
Andrea Oliva Closes Out Heart While Looking to the Future | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
Downtown staple Heart will be opening its doors for the final time tomorrow night, marking the end of an era in Miami nightlife. Swiss DJ/producer Andrea Oliva will be steering Heart on its final voyage, and given his reputation as a master selector, respected producer and Ibiza favorite, there is.....
6ix9ine's Club Cinema Show Is Postponed; Listen to This Parody of His Song Instead | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
6ix9ine is a terrible person. Here's how to enjoy his song with a clean conscience.
Dimensions Dance Tackles Gender, Power, and Ballet | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami has been on a meteoric trajectory. In its first 18 months, the troupe was a 2017 Knight Challenge Grant recipient, and in June, it will debut at New York’s Joyce Theater, followed by its first appearance at the storied Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. During ...
Avicii, Dead at 28, Made His Career in Miami | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
The Swedish DJ/producer Tim Bergling, AKA Avicii, is dead at the age of 28. His publicist, Diana Baron, said in the statement that the EDM superstar was found dead Friday, April 20, in Muscat, Oman.
Opa-locka Cop Claims He Had a Heart Attack Because Black Officer Was Promoted Over Him | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
Is it possible to be so angry about racial politics in the workplace that you give yourself a heart attack? A lawsuit filed this week makes that case: Opa-locka Police Officer Alexander Hernandez, a self-described "white Hispanic" male, claims he was so upset upon hearing that a "black American" off...
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Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
Miami's genre-bending Nu Deco Ensemble is on the cusp of closing its third season, but before they move on to forthcoming projects they're taking a step back in time with indie pop singer-songwriter and violinist Kishi Bashi for the world premiere of "Improvisations on EO9066" at the New World ...
Powerboaters Descend on Key Biscayne on the Heels of a Lawsuit to Keep Them Out | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 20, 2018
Saturday and Sunday, powerboat and personal watercraft professionals from around the world will make their way to Key Biscayne to face off in a massive televised water race. The 13-round event will be the first major race at Miami Marine Stadium since the graffitied venue closed in 1992.
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
Gloria Casanova, a grandmother, nursing assistant and native of Cuba, was sitting quietly inside her tiny Miami efficiency, studying an English book to learn about irregular verbs. Suddenly, the door … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
Miami Beach is getting its first medical marijuana dispensary, a year after cannabis treatment centers began sprouting up in South Florida. Surterra Wellness, one of seven companies currently licensed to … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
State regulators Friday determined that one of the country’s largest residential solar companies, San Francisco-based Sunrun, is allowed to lease solar energy equipment for homes in Florida. The decision, solar … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
Standing in a Miami neighborhood where federal tax credits and local property tax dollars are slowly turning derelict buildings into affordable housing and blighted blocks into commercial hubs, one of … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
They are not Washington insiders, but they are polished pros who have prosecuted and defended mobsters, executives and even a federal agent. They are the Raskins, as in Marty and … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott joined Sen. Marco Rubio in Miami Friday to talk about how the country's new tax code includes a provision that is intended to steer corporate money into struggling neighborhoods. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
At the center of the center of Miami Springs a gazebo beckons. So does the shade of eight large oak trees and a blanket of green grass. It’s an urban … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
The smaller the town, the weirder the politics. Lately that seems especially true of the pint-size town of Bay Harbor Islands, a once-peaceful enclave in Biscayne Bay that has been … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
If you've ever dealt with one of Miami's public employees and have something to say about the experience — good or bad — you're about to get a digital suggestion … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
A former Miami-Dade cop who became such a powerful force in Opa-locka government that he was considered a "shadow" mayor was arrested early Friday by FBI agents in the long-running … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
Florida politicians hoping a difficult decision would be made easier by a Miami lawsuit challenging the state's new resign-to-run law would not get their wish. While an attorney representing Miami … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
Israel celebrated its 70th birthday this week, and here for the party was one of the largest, most eclectic groups of visitors the country has ever seen — 820 South … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
Students around the country, including at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, walked off their campuses Friday in solidarity with the 13 victims of the deadly 1999 Columbine High School shooting … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | April 20, 2018
Michel Vernet confessed to hitting Auguste Friznel Sunday night at a North Miami-Dade intersection and continuing on in his Toyota Rav4 without stopping, Miami-Dade police say. Vernet's arrest report says … Click to Continue »
Miami Gardens Wine & Food Experience | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | April 19, 2018
The event will be showcased for the nation to see at noon on April 25 on the Travel Channel's "Best in Food."
Miami Gardens Wine & Food Experience to air on Travel Channel on April 25 | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | April 19, 2018
If you missed out on the 2017 Miami Gardens Wine & Food Experience, then set your DVR.
Mock arrest at traffic stop demonstration | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | April 19, 2018
City of Miami Officer Walter Byars complies with Miami Gardens Officer Kimberly McDonald during a traffic stop demonstration.
Officers at traffic stop demonstration | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | April 19, 2018
Officers from Miami-Dade County, Miramar, Miami Gardens, Miami and Hialeah gather for a photo with Councilman David Williams Jr. and members of Mount Hermon AME Church.
Miami Beach's First Pot Dispensary to Open on 4/20 | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 19, 2018
It looks like 4/20 is going to be a big day for marijuana in Miami Beach. The island's first cannabis dispensary will open on South Beach tomorrow, just over a year after city commissioners agreed on four zones where marijuana establishments would be allowed to set up shop. While dispensaries...
With Killing Eve, Phoebe Waller-Bridge Smashes Every Rule of Spy Series | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 19, 2018
It centers on Villanelle, a deranged assassin — Russian, of course — working on behalf of a shadowy organization, and Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh), the British-born, American-raised MI5 officer who must track her from London to Paris to Moscow
In I Feel Pretty, Amy Schumer Defeats, Discovers Herself | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 19, 2018
The problem with I Feel Pretty isn’t that it’s offensive but that it’s often plodding and unfunny, almost as if its creators are afraid to have too much fun with such a loaded premise
Call Super Brings a Keen Understanding of Dance Music to Floyd | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 19, 2018
It wouldn’t quite be accurate to describe DJ/producer Joe Seaton – better known to clubgoers as Call Super — as a techno artist. Although the London-born, Berlin-based musician is often affixed with the label and is certainly a pupil of the genre, one would be hard-pressed to find any simple o...
Gov. Rick Scott Might Have Blatantly Broken Federal Anti-Corruption Rules | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | April 19, 2018
Florida governor, former white-collar criminal, and U.S. Senate candidate Rick Scott seems to have tiptoed extremely, oh-so-perilously close to breaking federal anti-corruption laws earlier this year, and, depending upon which government ethics experts you contact, he might have outright broken Sec...