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"305, We Survived": Notorious Nastie Reports From a Rebuilding Miami

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Miami and its residents may not look so great today. The streets still look like collateral damage in a tree massacre. And most locals have been living without air conditioning or a hot shower for going on three days now. Unless they braved hours in line for a Publix chicken tender, they've probably eaten nothing but canned tuna and crackers since Friday.

But when New Times hurricane correspondent and all-around weather wizard Notorious Nastie traveled the city on Monday, he was reminded again Dade County is resilient as hell.

We're 305, and we survived.

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