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Trader Joe's Miami Beach Opens August 27

5 hours ago by Laine Doss
After two years of waiting, the California-based market with a loyal following has announced an opening date for its South Beach store.

Feds Arrest Neo-Nazi Trump Fan for Threatening to "Exterminate" Miami Hispanics

7 hours ago by Jerry Iannelli
Washington state resident Eric Lin was not shy about his love for Adolf Hitler. According to a criminal complaint filed Friday, Lin enjoyed referencing the Third Reich in writing: He apparently sent a litany of Hitler-referencing death threats to a Hispanic woman in Miami and got himself arrested last week...

Brujx School Teaches Miami's Black and Brown Femmes the Healing Power of Decolonized Magic

9 hours ago by Liz Tracy
Sabel Santa is a good cosmic witch who uses her skills to create a better world through her work with the creative activist collective [F]empower.

Spoon's Jim Eno on Touring With Beck and Cage the Elephant: It's "Almost Like a Minifestival"

9 hours ago by James Biagiotti
Spoon's Jim Eno on the band's recent greatest hits album Everything Hits at Once: The Best of Spoon, and the Night Running Tour with Beck and Cage the Elephant.

Toes in Sand, Beer in Hand at Brews at the Beach

10 hours ago by David Minsky
Beer festivals in Florida are typically held at a park or in a parking lot, but Brews at the Beach will let you down some brews while shoving your toes in the sand. Get ready to party December 7 on Fort Lauderdale Beach at Sunrise Boulevard and A1A.

Fred Schneider on the B-52's Early Struggles: "My Voice Was Considered Commercial Radio Poison"

10 hours ago by Wendy Rhodes
Fred Schneider talks about how the B-52's struggled to get radio airtime for "Love Shack," how he overcame an unhappy childhood, and why no one should ever let him near their plants.

Environmental Groups Blast Trump Administration for Failing Florida's Green Sea Turtles

10 hours ago by Jess Nelson
Nearly 90 percent of all sea turtle nesting in the United States occurs on Florida beaches. Every summer, thousands of threatened and endangered sea turtles emerge from the water at night to lay their eggs in the sand.

A Disheveled History of Miami's Shopping Malls

11 hours ago by Malcolm Lauredo
Until the mid-'50s, Miami's definitive shopping district was nestled on bustling Flagler Street in downtown. Many amenities standard in today's shopping malls could be found there: department stores (most important, the Burdines on South Miami Avenue), restaurants, general retail, and movie theaters. The area was a place to eat, drink,...

This Kendall Cafe Offers Seven People With Disabilities Grounds for Employment

11 hours ago by Amber Love Bond
Currently Our Grounds employs seven individuals between the ages of 19 and 28 with disabilities that include Down's Syndrome, autism, and more. For most, it's their first job ever.

Feds Charge Boca Raton Salesman Involved in $3.8 Million Investment Scam

11 hours ago by Manuel Madrid
There won't be any movies made about the multimillion-dollar scam sold by Boca Raton resident Scott Strochak. No Leonardo DiCaprio depictions, no adaptions by Martin Scorsese, and no big-money Netflix deal. In truth, Strochak's alleged scheme amounts to small potatoes when it comes to ill-gotten riches in South Florida, and even smaller in the larger world of financial chicanery. Still, $3.8 million is nothing to balk at.

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