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Climate Change Is Already Making U.S. Troops Sick, and Florida Military Bases Will Suffer Most

11 hours ago by Jess Nelson
Veterans Day commemorates the end of World War I, when the guns fell silent across the Western Front at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Since that time, average global temperatures have increased by an average of 1.5 degrees — and experts say that's no doubt affecting today's U.S. military operations.

LaMuse's "Art on a Plate" Menu: $5,000 Gold Lobster, Bourdain Risotto, and a Banksy Dessert

14 hours ago by Laine Doss
LaMuse Café, nestle inside the Avant Gallery at the Epic Hotel in downtown Miami, has launched a weekend dinner that includes an Anthony Bourdain risotto, a Frida Kahlo margarita, and a beef dish named for Marilyn Monroe. What's sure to get the most tongues wagging, however, is the $5,000 gold lobster dinner.

Miami Woman Injured in Crash Says Police Failed to Warn Drivers of Ongoing Chase

14 hours ago by Jessica Lipscomb
When she was broadsided by a woman in a stolen car, Amanda Robinson had no idea what had happened. In the early morning of August 9, 2017, she was driving south on Biscayne Boulevard when another motorist plowed into the side of her Kia Sorento. First responders used the jaws of life to free her from the crushed SUV.

Jennine Capó Crucet Grapples With Displacement and Culture Shock in My Time Among the Whites

16 hours ago by Lorraine Berry
The author, whose work was recently the subject of a book-burning by students at Georgia Southern University, will speak about the immigrant experience in the United States during Miami Book Fair 2019.

Premiere: Experimental Miami Duo Audrey Horny Shares Trippy "Taste" Music Video

17 hours ago by Liz Tracy
The Miami duo of Frank Guzman and Rick Diaz formed their experimental group Audrey Horny based on a shared love of krautrock, "Twin Peaks," and mind-bending soundscapes.

Artisanal Pancake Food Truck Rolls Out in Kendall

18 hours ago by Chelsea Olson
While other mobile eateries serve breakfast with traditional flapjacks, Jealous Fork offers a stacked pancake game in Kendall.

The Eight Best Free Things to Do in Miami This Week

18 hours ago by Jesse Scott
Celebrate big anniversaries at the Wharf and Pisco y Nazca, check out a new skate park, and meet a big-time author this week, all for free.

#GummyGate Has Miami Heat Fans Trying to Guess Who Gave Edibles to Dion Waiters

19 hours ago by Ryan Yousefi
Before the Miami Heat took on the Los Angeles Lakers Friday night, the team announced Dion Waiters, who has yet to set foot on the court for the team this season, would be inactive. That wasn't weird at all.

The Five Best Food and Drink Events This Week

20 hours ago by Clarissa Buch
This week, Ariete's Michael Beltran and the Surf Club's Manuel Echeverri host a collaboration dinner, and the Salty Donut's sticky-bun doughnut with Knaus Berry Farm makes a one-day return. Plus, Thanksgiving comes early at chef/owner Richard Sandoval's Friendsgiving event at Toro Toro.

The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

20 hours ago by Olivia McAuley
The New Jersey-based punk outfit Titus Andronicus is not known for its brevity. In fact, the band is famous for long, sweeping works, such as its fourth studio album, the 93-minute, five-act rock opera The Most Lamentable Tragedy. Though the band's latest album, June's An Obelisk, is a far more...

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