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Florida Extremist Who Influenced Tree of Life Shooter Arrested for Threats Against Candidate

4 hours ago by Manuel Madrid
Sitting in front of a computer screen in his home in Brandon, Florida, Daniel McMahon allegedly carried out a campaign of terror, encouraging violence against countless people and helping influence at least one murderous white nationalist. This week, federal authorities finally caught up with him.

Despite Continual Leaks Into Biscayne Bay, Miami-Dade Might Slash Sewer Budget

6 hours ago by Jess Nelson
Miami is a worldwide tourist destination for its beautiful beaches and clean water — but nobody can enjoy it when shit is spilling into the bay. Aging pipes installed near Oleta River State Park in the '960s ruptured last month, resulting in 1.5 million gallons of raw sewage leaking into the Oleta River and Biscayne Bay.

Nu Deco Ensemble Announces Move to the Citadel and High-Profile Collaborations

9 hours ago by Celia Almeida
Nu Deco's busy fifth season includes a new home, a studio album, and collaborations with Wyclef Jean and PJ Morton.

Miami Spice 2019: The Six Best Restaurants for Seafood

11 hours ago by Juliana Accioly
If you love all things that come in shells and scales, check out these Spice seafood menus before September 30.

New Bill Would Undo Ban on Sanctuary Cities, Forbid Detention Based on Immigration Status

11 hours ago by Manuel Madrid
The battle over Florida's controversial ban on sanctuary cities doesn't look like it will be settled anytime soon. As state lawmakers return to Tallahassee this week to jockey over priorities for the 2020 legislative session in January, Hialeah Rep. Cindy Polo is taking square aim at the contentious anti-sanctuary law, which was forced through by Republican lawmakers in May at the behest of Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Longtime South Florida Songwriter Diane Ward Tests Her Creative Boundaries in Nashville

11 hours ago by Howard Hardee
Ward's new14-track album encompasses filthy bedroom funk, contemporary pop, and a delicate piano ballad about overcoming breast cancer.

Miami Jewish Film Festival Announces $18,000 Prize, a First for Any Jewish Film Festival

11 hours ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
The $18,000 Grand Jury cash prize marks the first such award to be offered by any Jewish film festival in the world.

The Ten Best Ladies' Nights in Miami

12 hours ago by Juliana Accioly
These Miami restaurants and bars show love to ladies.

Five Reasons Miami-Dade Should Accept BangBros' $10 Million Arena Naming-Rights Offer

12 hours ago by Ryan Yousefi
Since 1997, American Airlines has had naming rights of the arena where the Miami Heat plays basketball — a deal that has paid the airline back many times over as its name has been in front of thousands of cameras at Heat games for more than two decades. Come this time next year, though, naming rights could switch to a company that specializes in people getting laid on camera.

Chef Jeremiah Goes Ham for Tenth-Annual P.I.G. Festival

13 hours ago by Chelsea Olson
P.I.G. (Pork Is Good) returns this year to celebrate its tenth edition with a weekend of pork-centric dishes by some of Miami's favorite chefs.

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