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Memo to Facebook scammers: Don’t try to scam a lawyer | Miami Herald Memo to Facebook scammers: Don’t try to scam a lawyer
North Miami criminal lawyer Michael Adam Haber had one thing to say to somebody named “Raven Spartan.” He didn’t mince words. “Memo to ‘Raven Spartan’: F*ck you buddy.” What has … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 17, 2018
Miami-Dade Mayor Quietly Vetoed a Police-Oversight Panel Yesterday | Miami New Times Miami-Dade Mayor Quietly Vetoed a Police-Oversight Panel Yesterday
Miami's relatively small cadre of reporters spent the entire week struggling to cover a horrific school shooting in Parkland. The entire nation has been preoccupied with debates about gun control, politicians have spent most of the past few days reacting to news from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and typical news "beat" reporters have been shuffled around to cover the shooting news round-the-clock since Wednesday.
Miami New Times | February 17, 2018
Cops say surgeon snooped on ex with her own security cameras. He calls it ‘sour grapes’ | Miami Herald Cops say surgeon snooped on ex with her own security cameras. He calls it ‘sour grapes’
A Miami pediatric surgeon known for his charitable work is facing criminal charges after prosecutors say he snooped on his girlfriend by logging onto her online security camera feed. Dr. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 16, 2018
Latest on the Parkland school shooting: First funerals held, FBI ignored tip about shooter | Miami Herald Latest on the Parkland school shooting: First funerals held, FBI ignored tip about shooter
As families began on Friday to bury loved ones gunned down in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland this week, new details emerged about what law enforcement … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 16, 2018
‘No more guns’: Protesters escorted out of Paul Ryan fundraiser in Key Biscayne | Miami Herald ‘No more guns’: Protesters escorted out of Paul Ryan fundraiser in Key Biscayne
Two protesters chanting “no more guns” were removed from a Republican fundraiser in Key Biscayne Friday night after confronting Speaker of the House Paul Ryan about the mass shooting that … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 16, 2018
Feds Charge Russians for Staging Pro-Trump Rallies in Miami and South Florida | Miami New Times Feds Charge Russians for Staging Pro-Trump Rallies in Miami and South Florida
The FBI today revealed the biggest news yet in the ongoing investigation of Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russian agents: A grand jury charged 14 Russian nationals with interfering in the U.S. electoral system beginning in 2013 or earlier.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Drake's Drake's "God's Plan" Video Is Exactly What South Florida Needs This Week
It's been a hard week for South Florida. The tragic stories and photos that have emerged after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have left many in tears, grieving, and feeling raw, helpless, and depressed about the world.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Miami-Dade suing Jeffrey Loria and the Marlins over profit-sharing dispute | Miami Herald Miami-Dade suing Jeffrey Loria and the Marlins over profit-sharing dispute
Miami-Dade is taking Jeffrey Loria and Derek Jeter to court over the former Marlins owner’s claim that the county is owed noting from a profit-sharing deal tied to his $1.2 … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 16, 2018
New Time's Out to Brunch: Last Chance for Early Bird Pricing | Miami New Times New Time's Out to Brunch: Last Chance for Early Bird Pricing
If your brunch game is strong, you don't want to miss New Times' Out to Brunch, Miami's best brunch event that features South Florida's best restaurants serving up their best bites,On Saturday, April 14, from noon to 3:30 p.m., Soho Studios in Wynwood will host South Florida's most popular eateries.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
After mass shooting, school threats in Miami skyrocket from 1 a week — to 50 a day | Miami Herald After mass shooting, school threats in Miami skyrocket from 1 a week — to 50 a day
Tensions are so high at schools in Miami-Dade following the mass shooting in Broward that school officials have gone as far as organizing robo calls to parents after dealing with … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 16, 2018
Satori and the Band From Space Summon Worldly Sounds at the Ground | Miami New Times Satori and the Band From Space Summon Worldly Sounds at the Ground
Djordje Petrovic is a musician’s musician. Under his artistic moniker, Satori, the Holland-born Petrovic has built a career around sonic exploration and progression. His most recent album, last year’s Maktub (Arabic for "it is written") saw Petrovic continue to defy easy categorization...
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Free Drinks, Asian Night Bazaar, Rosé Sundays, and Miami's Best Sandwich | Miami New Times Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Free Drinks, Asian Night Bazaar, Rosé Sundays, and Miami's Best Sandwich
This weekend, Succulent Bite will host a boozy event at The Betsy, The Setai will offer an Asian Night Bazaar, the St. Regis will launch Rosé Sundays, and the Gay8 Festival will include a sandwich competition hosted by Burger Best.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
SOBEWFF 2018: Boozy Event Highlights | Miami New Times SOBEWFF 2018: Boozy Event Highlights
Even though the South Beach Wine & Food Festival began as a humble wine dinner, it has grown into a full-fledged spirited affair. With the rise of craft cocktails nationwide came some of the staple events that make the fest a must-do. This year's edition will be no different, with many favorite spirits-centric events back on the roster for attendees to enjoy in the form of brunches, happy hours, and late-night bacchanals. Here's the lowdown on the booziest events at this year's SOBEWFF.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Stoneman Douglas Shooting Survivors Rip Trump and GOP | Miami New Times Stoneman Douglas Shooting Survivors Rip Trump and GOP
Politicians and pundits trotted out the usual platitudes in the wake of Wednesday's mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland: Marco Rubio shared some thoughts, offered prayers, and then went on Fox News to urge everyone not to jump to conclusions. Donald Trump tweeted about mental illness...
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
This weekend’s gun show will go on — despite the Parkland school massacre | Miami Herald This weekend’s gun show will go on — despite the Parkland school massacre
The gun show must go on. Three days after Nikolas Cruz shot and killed 17 people — and injured 15 more — with an AR-15 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 16, 2018
FBI Was Warned About Nikolas Cruz One Month Ago and Did Nothing | Miami New Times FBI Was Warned About Nikolas Cruz One Month Ago and Did Nothing
In a startling announcement, the FBI said in a press release moments ago that someone "close to Nikolas Cruz" called the bureau on January 5 of this year — slightly more than 30 days before this week's shooting — and warned the federal government that Cruz owned guns and had expressed...
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Football Sandwich Shop Has Closed | Miami New Times Football Sandwich Shop Has Closed
Football Sandwich Shop, the beloved, old school sub place that paid tribute to the Miami Dolphins through deli meat, has closed.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Kaki King’s Life’s Work Tests the Outer Limits of Playing Guitar | Miami New Times Kaki King’s Life’s Work Tests the Outer Limits of Playing Guitar
During her immersive multimedia show, “The Neck Is a Bridge to the Body,” Kaki King’s instrument will be transformed from a blank white canvas into a dazzling explosion of light and color.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
The Return of Dwyane Wade Has Made Heat Games an Event Again | Miami New Times The Return of Dwyane Wade Has Made Heat Games an Event Again
If there is one thing Miami is known for in the sports world, it's being an event town. Sometimes that event is one night. Sometimes it lasts four years.Occasionally, it comes out of nowhere and is a must-see. Down on Biscayne Boulevard, Miami Heat games have suddenly become an event again...
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Zuma Offers Bottomless Asian-Inspired Brunch All Weekend Long | Miami New Times Zuma Offers Bottomless Asian-Inspired Brunch All Weekend Long
At Zuma in downtown Miami, weekend brunch is a mouthful. The all-day experience, which is now offered on Saturday and Sunday, united unlimited samplings of Asian-inspired food, bottomless cocktails, and live jazz performers. It comes at a sizable cost, though. Brunch is broken down into three tiers: Classic, signature, and premium. Each are priced between $95 and $395, without tax and gratuity.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Miami Will Host a Huge Gun Convention Tomorrow, Three Days After the Parkland Shooting | Miami New Times Miami Will Host a Huge Gun Convention Tomorrow, Three Days After the Parkland Shooting
Looking for a way to mourn the senseless deaths of 17 students and teachers who were killed by a deranged gunman and possible white-supremacist militia member? If you're devoid of human empathy, you could drive to the Fair Expo Center tomorrow or Sunday — exactly 46.9 miles from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland — and shop for assault rifles.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Flu kills 22 more children, bringing toll to 84 kids as worst season in a decade continues | Miami Times Online Flu kills 22 more children, bringing toll to 84 kids as worst season in a decade continues
The worst flu season in a decade continues to take a grim toll, with 22 more child deaths reported Friday, bringing the total to 84.
Miami Times Online | February 16, 2018
FBI failed to investigate Stoneman Douglas shooter prior to massacre | Miami Times Online FBI failed to investigate Stoneman Douglas shooter prior to massacre
BREAKING: FBI says a person contacted its agency with concerns about suspected Florida school shooter, but it failed to investigate.
Miami Times Online | February 16, 2018
Florida shooting revives debate over gun age requirement | Miami Times Online Florida shooting revives debate over gun age requirement
Just months after his 18th birthday, Nikolas Cruz went to a Florida gun store to buy a weapon. But there were limits on what he could purchase at his age.
Miami Times Online | February 16, 2018
Black Panther Shows Us What Africa Could Have Become | Miami New Times Black Panther Shows Us What Africa Could Have Become
Black Panther is an epic that every African-American must see. I never thought I'd see a Hollywood movie that goes over the heads of white people, but the latest Marvel film does the trick. Black Panther speaks in a code only black revolutionary minds can understand.
Miami New Times | February 16, 2018
Prayer vigil for MS Douglas victims | Miami Times Online Prayer vigil for MS Douglas victims
Attendees pray together at a vigil for the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School at the Parkland Baptist Church, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 in Parkland, Fla. Nikolas Cruz, a former student, was charged with 17 counts…
Miami Times Online | February 16, 2018
Why is the road to the Keys surrounded by smoke and fire? | Miami Herald Why is the road to the Keys surrounded by smoke and fire?
The recent series of large brush fires along Card Sound Road — one of only two roads leading in and out of the Florida Keys — may be the result … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 15, 2018
Police arrest 6th grader in Davie for writing threatening letter | Miami Times Online Police arrest 6th grader in Davie for writing threatening letter
A 6th grader at Nova Middle School in Davie was arrested Thursday for writing a note, threatening to shoot up the school, authorities said.
Miami Times Online | February 15, 2018
Flu shot only 36 percent effective, making bad year worse | Miami Times Online Flu shot only 36 percent effective, making bad year worse
The flu vaccine is doing a poor job protecting older Americans and others against the bug that’s causing most illnesses.
Miami Times Online | February 15, 2018
Jonathan Keith Worthey | Miami Times Online Jonathan Keith Worthey
64, died February 6 at Jackson North. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Mt Carmel Missionary Baptist Church.
Miami Times Online | February 15, 2018
Alaine Williams | Miami Times Online Alaine Williams
61, died February 4 at Jackson North. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Hosanna Community Baptist Church.
Miami Times Online | February 15, 2018
Trump-Backed Florida GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Ducks Gun-Control Question | Miami New Times Trump-Backed Florida GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Ducks Gun-Control Question
U.S. Congressman Ron DeSantis is arguably the front-runner to become the Republican Party's candidate for Florida governor in 2018 thanks to President Donald Trump's nearly random endorsement of DeSantis weeks ago. DeSantis is, otherwise, the sort of all-nonsense legislator who's both taken funding from and been endorsed by the National...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
Charlie Mae McKeller | Miami Times Online Charlie Mae McKeller
78, educator, died February 6 at Jackson North Medical Center. Service 10 a.m., Saturday at Christ Episcopal Church.
Miami Times Online | February 15, 2018
Everyone elected in this state House district has pleaded guilty. Voters will try again | Miami Herald Everyone elected in this state House district has pleaded guilty. Voters will try again
The people of Florida’s 114th House District may not want to read this next sentence. Since the district was formed in 2012, every candidate voters have sent to the Florida … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 15, 2018
City Girls Make City Girls Make "Alter Ego Music" for the Bad Bitch in You
Two young women sit pretty in tight-fitting leggings and long sleeves. They eat Fruit Loops in water and wash it down with Sunkist sodas on the hood of a candy-purple Cadillac. They pay no attention to the dudes hollering, playing dice on the sidewalk. Soon, they'll ride through the streets...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
Paradise Kitty Adds a Feminine Twist to Guns N' Roses | Miami New Times Paradise Kitty Adds a Feminine Twist to Guns N' Roses
If you missed Guns N' Roses when they played Marlins Park last summer, the rock gods have smiled upon you. You will now have a chance to hear all of their rock staples from Appetite for Destruction and Use Your Illusion in a live setting. There'll be just one not-so-subtle difference: Instead of seeing Axl Rose at the mike and Slash noodling on the guitar, you will witness Paradise Kitty, the all-female GNR tribute band.
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
What if History's Most Famous Artists Had Instagram? Ask Laurence de Valmy | Miami New Times What if History's Most Famous Artists Had Instagram? Ask Laurence de Valmy
Fifteen or 20 years from now, history will be told through Twitter comment threads and text message receipts. But for now, Philadelphia-based artist Laurence de Valmy is re-imagining the artist friendships of decades past via Instagram in her POST series. Two paintings from the series will be on view in...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
SOBEWFF 2018: Ingrid Hoffmann Celebrates the Immigrant Experience at Women of Syria Dinner | Miami New Times SOBEWFF 2018: Ingrid Hoffmann Celebrates the Immigrant Experience at Women of Syria Dinner
Ingrid Hoffmann knows what it's like to be an immigrant in a new country. You wouldn't know it by her fluent American English and her infectiously sunny disposition, but the gorgeous superstar food celebrity, who hails from Colombia, remembers vividly the challenges of fitting in.
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
Marco Rubio, an NRA Stooge, Needs to STFU About Parkland | Miami New Times Marco Rubio, an NRA Stooge, Needs to STFU About Parkland
Marco Rubio was still in his first year as a senator when a madman with an assault rifle murdered 20 schoolchildren and six teachers at Sandy Hook. When the Miami Herald pressed him for a response, he said that he hoped to "take a break from the politics of shooting...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
What You Can Do to Help the People of Parkland | Miami New Times What You Can Do to Help the People of Parkland
South Floridians are still trying to make sense of yesterday's shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. It was the act of a madman, a teenager with a gun in a country plagued by gun violence and a state that saw one of the worst mass shootings in history less...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
White-Supremacist Group Says Stoneman Shooter Nikolas Cruz Trained With Them | Miami New Times White-Supremacist Group Says Stoneman Shooter Nikolas Cruz Trained With Them
The leader of a Florida white-supremacist militia has told the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) that Nikolas Cruz, who killed 17 people yesterday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, trained with the group. Members of the white-nationalist Republic of Florida came forward on the message-board website 4chan...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
James Beard 2018 Miami Semifinalsts Include Janine Booth, Zak the Baker, Brad Kilgore, Niven Patel | Miami New Times James Beard 2018 Miami Semifinalsts Include Janine Booth, Zak the Baker, Brad Kilgore, Niven Patel
The 2018 James Beard Foundation Awards restaurant and chef semifinalists were announced earlier today, and Miami received quite a few nods. The semifinals process begins with an online open call for entries. This year, more than 20,000 entries were received. The list is then whittled down by a volunteer panel...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
Growing chorus supports December music festival on South Beach. Some concerns remain. | Miami Herald Growing chorus supports December music festival on South Beach. Some concerns remain.
The plan to host a three-day music festival in South Beach the weekend after Art Basel is being received enthusiastically among some residents and businesses in the resort city, while … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 15, 2018
Florida Legislators Meet Day After Parkland Shooting to Relax Gun Background Checks | Miami New Times Florida Legislators Meet Day After Parkland Shooting to Relax Gun Background Checks
Yesterday, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz carried an AR-15 rifle into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, riddled the building with bullets, and killed 17 teachers and students. The massacre was worse than Columbine massacre. Cruz showed about as many warning signs as a suspected school-shooter possibly could have (and had likely been...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
Stop Trying to Shame Stoneman Douglas Kids for Posting About the Shooting on Social Media | Miami New Times Stop Trying to Shame Stoneman Douglas Kids for Posting About the Shooting on Social Media
Before police even had a chance to clear out the bodies from yesterday's horrific mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, right-wing hack and conspiracy theorist Mark Dice took to Twitter to post a predictably bad take. "Someone want to tell the Generation Z kids that in the event of...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
Why Aren't We Marching for Gun Reform? | Miami New Times Why Aren't We Marching for Gun Reform?
After Donald Trump was elected to the presidency, Americans planned and executed one of the largest public demonstrations since the Vietnam War. When the White House tried to enforce a racist travel ban, Americans  gathered with signs and chants in airports. When unarmed people of color are murdered by police officers...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
Organizer Steve Sybesma on His Aim for Miami Beach Pop Festival | Miami New Times Organizer Steve Sybesma on His Aim for Miami Beach Pop Festival
Planners of a new three-day Miami Beach Pop Festival are now fighting for approval to hold the event on the 25 acres of beach between Fifth and Tenth streets from December 14 to 16. As a concert promoter, Steve Sybesma has brought James Brown to China and helped start the Okeechobee...
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018
Contest-winning eighth-grade writers celebrated at Books & Books | Miami Herald Contest-winning eighth-grade writers celebrated at Books & Books
South Florida’s eighth-grade writers took on the daunting topic “In Light of Natural Disasters and Conflict in the World, What Does Peace Mean to Me?” for the 30th annual Junior … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 15, 2018
Police investigating threat of shooting at Hallandale High | Miami Herald Police investigating threat of shooting at Hallandale High
At least one Hallandale High student received a text message threatening a shooting at the school Thursday, one day after the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 15, 2018
Ghee Now Offers Quick and Varied Traditional Indian Tiffin Lunch | Miami New Times Ghee Now Offers Quick and Varied Traditional Indian Tiffin Lunch
Ghee Indian Kitchen has recently introduced an affordable, fast, and very Instagrammable midday dining option for those wanting real food in a crunch.
Miami New Times | February 15, 2018