The Ten Most-Read Miami Longform Stories of 2015
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From men trying to regrow their foreskins to the Miami connection to the FIFA corruption scandal, you have read it all this year. So thank you for taking the time to read the stories we put a lot of work into
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10. Meet the Circumcised Men in Miami Trying to Regrow Their Foreskins
Murphy is one of
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9. Zoo Miami's Ron Magill Has
Ron Magill has worked at Zoo Miami since it opened in 1980. He became a world-renowned wildlife ambassador long before reality TV, Jeff Corwin, or Steve Irwin. He got his first taste of fame in the '80s while working as an alligator handler on the set of Miami Vice, then became a hero after Hurricane Andrew destroyed cages at the zoo and his animal rescues made national news.
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8. Jason Genova: The Saga of a Publix Bag Boy Turned YouTube Bodybuilding Celebrity
On paper, Jason Genova is a broke Boynton Beach nobody. But thanks to a combination of single-minded drive and the internet's weird magic, he's become a looming figure in the corners of the web devoted to fitness, weightlifting, and bodybuilding.
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7. Aaron Davidson's Stunning Soccer Bribery Case Could Clean Up FIFA's Corruption
The story of Aaron Davidson — the only American-born defendant charged in the vast case — has mostly been lost amid tabloid-worthy tales of blatant graft funding luxury penthouses in New York City, palatial estates in Trinidad, and gala lakefront parties in Switzerland. But Davidson's downfall is operatic in its own way. It's the stunning undoing of a brilliant, exasperating would-be visionary, an Alex P. Keaton-like prodigy with world-conquering dreams who lived in a million-dollar Brickell Key condo and jetted around the globe with soccer stars.
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