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Misael Soto's "Department of Reflection" Installation Takes on Climate Change in Collins Park

2 minutes ago by Suzannah Friscia
Michael Soto's "Department of Reflection" invites everyday citizens to get involved in the climate change conversation.

Ad Lib Is Closing After Less Than a Year

39 minutes ago by Laine Doss
After less than a year in operation, Ad Lib will close its doors after dinner service Friday, October 18.

Sustain/Decay Drone Festival Brings 48 Consecutive Hours of Art and Music to Downtown Miami

52 minutes ago by David Bennett
Greg Alvarez, co-founder of Miami's multi-use art space Vidium, wants to turn the music festival concept on its head with the 48-hour Sustain/Decay Drone Festival.

As Jose Mendin Opens a Paris Restaurant, His Miami Beach Flagship Closes

1 hour ago by Laine Doss
Jose Mendin has learned through experience that the restaurant industry is fluid. Even as the chef is in Paris for the opening of his new restaurant, Moloko, in the Pigalle neighborhood, word has spread that his flagship, Pubbelly Noodle Bar, has closed.

Local Filmmaker Puts Cuban Spin on Disney’s Cars With New Short, Carros

3 hours ago by Carolina del Busto
With Carros, 21-year-old filmmaker Alec Castillo looked to make a subtle statement on the treatment of Cuba in pop culture.

House Republicans Invite Harvard Professor to Exaggerate Risks of Recreational Pot

3 hours ago by Manuel Madrid
As momentum behind legalizing recreational marijuana in Florida continues to grow, Republicans are tapping new wells for cold water to throw on the movement. Tuesday, Harvard Medical School professor Bertha Madras gave an hourlong presentation on the dangers of marijuana in front of the state House Health and Human Services Committee.

Miami's Eight Best Fall Dinner Deals

3 hours ago by Juliana Accioly
It's fall, which means a new season to explore Miami's restaurant scene. Dining out doesn't have to break the bank, though. Many restaurants are offering dinner deals, and some spots have extended their Miami Spice specials in the hopes of attracting locals before the season kicks into high gear.

Five Predictions for Ben Carson's Upcoming Miami Visit

3 hours ago by Alexi C. Cardona
When Ben Carson was in Miami two years ago, he got stuck in an elevator at an Overtown housing complex. The Housing and Urban Development secretary had gone on a national "listening tour" of public housing developments weeks after his 2017 confirmation.

Making Movies' Ameri’kana Is a Tribute to the Latinx Immigrant Experience

4 hours ago by Patricia Cárdenas
ameri'kana is the latest chapter in Making Movies' effort to reacquaint rock n' roll and Latin music.

Ex-Carollo Aide Said in Court the Miami Commissioner "Engaged in a Felony"

4 hours ago by Jerry Iannelli
For months, the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office has been reportedly looking into whether Miami City Commissioner Joe Carollo — known to some as "Loco Joe" — broke campaign-finance laws to help his old pal, former state Sen. Alex Diaz de la Portilla, in 2018. But in an explosive new lawsuit, Carollo's former aide cut directly to the chase: In a suit filed Monday, the aide, Steven Miro, said publicly for the first time that he witnessed Carollo straight-up "engaging in a felony" while serving as a city commissioner.

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