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Clarence Daniels | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | June 20, 2018
Clarence Daniels interviews with an Ozinga representative during last Saturday’s job fair at Betty T. Ferguson Recreation Complex.
Ozinga Bros. | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | June 20, 2018
Ozinga staff welcomes job seekers who are needed for its new plant opening in Miami Gardens soon.
First Wave of Horror Films Announced for 2018 Popcorn Frights Film Festival | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Get ready, South Florida, for some fuel for your nightmares. Popcorn Frights Film Festival, the Southeast's biggest horror film festival has announced their first wave of programming for the 2018 edition with world premieres, live performances, and special guests. This year's festival will be held A...
TNT’s Pulpy, Bloody Claws Tears Into an America Gone Mad | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
The show’s production designers and costumers clearly revel in Claws’ setting; everything is slightly overdone, Florida-style, right down to the elaborately detailed designs that Desna’s salon specializes in
Hundreds Mourn XXXTentacion at Candlelight Vigil | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Around sundown Tuesday, the 3600 block of North Dixie Highway in Deerfield Beach was lined with cars. Police blocked off a section of NE 37th Street just outside Riva Motorsports, where the controversial SoundCloud rapper XXXtentacion, born Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, had been gunned down the day before. ...
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Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
In recent years, the Miami Design Preservation League has become one of the loudest voices against harmful development across the county. It has battled gentrification in Little Havana, the trend of McMansions replacing historic homes, and a plan to turn the Miami Beach Community Church courtyard i...
GoCompare.com's List of Florida's Most Filmed Locations Misses Some Miami Classics | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Sure most movies wind up set in New York City or LA and more and more of them are being filmed in Atlanta or Vancouver, but there are plenty of films where you'll find perfectly recognizable stretches of Miami's beaches or familiar streets down in the Grove. One company recently took a look at all ...
Miami GOP Congressman Silent On Child-Migrant Facility in His District | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Nearly 48 hours after New Times first reported that the federal government had quietly reopened a child-migrant compound outside Miami and placed an estimated 1,000 children there, the U.S. representative from the district where the facility sits has not yet made any public statements about the issu...
The 20 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Thursday You read about the best things to do each week right here. Well, what about the best things to do, eat, and experience all the time? At New Times' Best of Miami Party, get a taste of the people, businesses, and institutions that make Miami shine. Mix and mingle...
The Best Vegan Meals at Jackson Hall | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Amid the many food halls popping up around Miami, Jackson Hall has its own unique vibe. With six concepts on site and a positivity library (in partnership with Books & Books), it's dedicated to quality sourcing and healthy, nutritious eats.
“Who Gets to Be a Girl Is Contested”: Alice Bolin Talks Dead Girls and Women’s Pain | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Like the shows she’s considering, Bolin soon expands out from comely corpses to survey a wider world, in this case many of her pop obsessions ...
Former Miami Migrant-Camp Worker Was Sent to Prison for Sexually Exploiting a Child | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Before Miami-Dade County's now infamous child-migrant camp opened back up in 2018 under President Donald Trump, the facility operated under Obama from 2016 through April 2017. And while the facility was up and running the first time, one worker at the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Ch...
La Centrale's Summer in Sicily Pop-Up Offers Boozy Negroni Granitas | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Summer has arrived in Miami. bringing with it days of scorching sun and endless humid nights. You need relief from this heat in the form of a boozy frozen treat.
Miami Beach Commissioner Threatens to Ban Child-Migrant Contractor From City Business | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Running a detention camp for migrant children taken from their parents is not great for PR. Two days after New Times broke news that the Trump administration had quietly sent more than 1,000 migrant children to a guarded compound in Homestead, Miami Beach Commissioner Ricky Arriola is threatening t...
Austin Rock Duo Ancient River Masterfully Multi-Tasks Onstage | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Their sound is a collage that evokes strong imagery — empty stretches of desert highway, forgotten civilizations, lonely planets suspended in space.
Politicians Were Told Miami Child-Migrant Compound Was Opening in February, Governor Says | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has responded to news of a child-migrant camp opening in his home state by, in part, throwing a bunch of other politicians under the bus. In a two-page letter to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services yesterday, Scott disclosed that "Florida's congressional delegati...
How Not to Interpret the Pixies | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
I got into the indie-rock legends not long after they had broken up in 1993. It took a couple listens for me to fall into their spell of the dynamic that inspired Nirvana, Radiohead, and every other band of the era. Their music had no dead spots. It was all energy and drive. The lyrics, though, were...
Miami's Five Best Summer Cocktails | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 20, 2018
Summer is upon us, and as Miami temperatures soar into the 90s, locals struggle to beat the heat. As the sun gets stronger, the cocktails get lighter. Boozy Manhattans and Old Fashioneds give way to fizzy gin and tonics and tall glasses filled with fresh juices and craft spirits.Miami's bartenders h...
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski said U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' use of a Bible scripture to defend the administration's immigration policy was akin to the devil. "Even the devil quoted … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
Alberto Carvalho is miffed. Breaking from its usual practice, federal government sent more than 1,000 immigrant kids to a shelter in southern Miami-Dade County and didn't tell him. As superintendent … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
With courage and persistence, dreams can come true. On Sunday, the South Florida chapter of the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College will honor alumnae and community leaders in aviation … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
South Beach meet Silicon Valley. If a new survey by Livability is to be believed, the scenario could upend what many think of the celebrated party destination island. Miami Beach … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
Miami Beach is one of four cities still in the running to host the 2020 Democratic National Convention. The city has been invited to present its proposal to the DNC … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
South Florida has been saddled with the “Paradise Lost” label since that unflattering Time magazine cover in 1981. Now, another quality- of-life list asserts that things are still bad down … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
Bruno Barreiro wouldn’t admit it Tuesday night, but on some level he must wish he could take it all back. The unexpected resignation. The election tailor-made to help his wife … Click to Continue »
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
The Coral Gables City Commission voted unanimously last week to allow the Biltmore Hotel Limited Partnership to redirect 50% of annual rent payments to the city to the building’s historic preservation, paying up to half of the historic monument’s improvement costs. The city attorney and the city...
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
Prospects for the Flagler Street renovation – which has dragged on several years – are suddenly brighter, as leaders of Miami-Dade County, Miami, and the Downtown Development Authority pledged to pump more money into the project. In February, the downtown authority, which has steered the project...
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
A Wednesday morning crash involving a prisoner transport bus and a cargo van has shut down all eastbound lanes on State Road 836 at Northwest 27th Avenue. Crews are working … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
Political newcomer Eileen Higgins won a seat on the Miami-Dade County Commission on Tuesday, defeating the better-funded campaign of the former commissioner's wife to scramble the conventional wisdom of who … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
When Miami-Dade County commissioners vote Wednesday on whether to allow the Dolphin Expressway to snake across wetlands where the federal government has bought large tracts as part of Everglades protection … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman won reelection to a final four-year term on Tuesday after nobody else filed to run in her coastal district, the lone incumbent to escape the qualifying … Click to Continue »
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
As the only senior vice president of the International Trade & Business Development division of Enterprise Florida since the organization launched 22 years ago, there is always something to keep Manuel “Manny” Mencia busy. Mr. Mencia, who reports to the Florida secretary of commerce, is resp...
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. WORLD CUP IN MIAMI: Miami-Dade County residents will know by 2020 whether Hard Rock Stadium will stage matches in the 2026 F...
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
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Miami Today | June 20, 2018
Credit Miami Beach for wisdom and courage in asking voters to pay the mayor and commission more than the token level set 52 years ago. We trust that Miami-Dade will show the same wisdom and courage next month when commissioners examine putting their own raise on the fall ballot. It takes courage bec...
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
Miami city commissioners have given the green light to the final trolley route yet to be served in their goal of offering free trolley rides citywide. Commissioners last week approved a new Miami Trolley route, expanding the service into the Flagami community, with a direct link to regional transpor...
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved a new more detailed agreement between the Miami Parking Authority and the Downtown Development Authority for the Biscayne Green Project. But the plan to transform Biscayne Boulevard into something other than a busy downtown street hugging vast surfa...
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
With two new leaders at the helm, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami has seen upwards of 50,000 visitors since opening six months ago and is looking forward to introducing new exhibitions and programming during the summer months. “I am very proud to be the next artistic director,” Alex Gar...
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
The Coast Guard says it’s willing to test an altered schedule for opening the Brickell Avenue Bridge if others deliver on four key changes to the clogged roadway crossing the Miami River. On May 29, James Wolfe of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) wrote to the Coast Guard requesting ...
Miami Today | June 20, 2018
Miami-Dade has a timeline to build a civil courthouse to replace the crumbling one on Flagler Street, with work to start in July 2020, according to a memo from Mayor Carlos Giménez. Commissioners this month voted to cancel a public-private partnership solicitation for the tower, seek a new hybrid p...
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
Mossack Fonseca’s secrets had just been spilled to the world — and clients of the Panamanian law firm’s Miami office were furious. “You guys had employees arrested in my country … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | June 20, 2018
For many in small-town Miami Shores, crossing the railroad tracks is a quaint rite of passage. Kids cross the tracks near the popular recreation center. Adults cross to get from … Click to Continue »
Deadly weekend in Miami-Dade spreads to Broward | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | June 19, 2018
South Florida rapper XXXTentacion was fatally shot on Monday in Deerfield Beach, Broward Sheriff’s Office confirmed.
People Matter Festival | Miami Times Online
Miami Times Online | June 19, 2018
Platinum recording artist Rick Ross, Miami Heat basketball player Udonis Haslem and nationally syndicated radio personality and event producer Papa Keith take a memorable photo with their children to solidify the day's festivities.
Malibu Farm at Nobu Eden Roc Hotel Is Fresh, Local, and Accessible | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 19, 2018
A plump arugula salad in a round, glossy white bowl resembles a giant sunflower. A dollop of creamy white burrata sits at the center, surrounded by slices of golden mango that look like bright petals. On top are sprinklings of sesame-seed brittle and small pomegranate pips, which alternate between c...
In the Infuriating American Animals, Dumb Criminals’ Remorse Is Their Reward | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 19, 2018
For all its jittery heist drama, American Animals is, above all else, an accidental study in just how much white kids can get away with and still be welcomed back into society
The Five Best Ways to Celebrate International Yoga Day | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 19, 2018
On June 21st, yogis worldwide will gather at local studios and special events for International Yoga Day. This year, the famed celebration just so happens to also fall on the Summer Solstice, and there isn't a shortage of combo celebrations. This Thursday, find your zen and treat the mind, body, and...
Hannah Gadsby, Cameron Esposito Seize Comedy’s New Normal | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 19, 2018
Like Nanette, Rape Jokes is in part a deconstruction of comedy itself, particularly the debates in recent years over what should, or shouldn’t, be acceptable in a stand-up set
Summer Solstice Brings Free Performances to Miami With Make Music Day | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 19, 2018
Summer in Miami means torrential downpours, stifling heat, and swarming mosquitoes. But many other cities welcome the sunny season. The French, in fact, have been celebrating Fête de la Musique every June 21 since 1982 to welcome summer. City by city, this tradition has spread with Make Music Day, ...
Sen. Bill Nelson to Tour Homestead Compound Housing 1,000 Migrant Children | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | June 19, 2018
After New Times yesterday broke the news that President Trump's Office of Refugee Resettlement had quietly reopened a heavily guarded compound outside Miami and placed an estimated 1,000 children there, reporters descended. Security guards at the facility first threatened a New Times journalist wit...