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Five Reasons Florida's New Anti-Sanctuary Bill Is Just Racist Nonsense

4 hours ago by Jerry Iannelli
On Friday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the state's deeply controversial "anti-sanctuary-city" bill, SB 168, into law. DeSantis held the signing-in ceremony in the blood-red Florida Panhandle, and there were so many fans who showed up that DeSantis reportedly had to find a bigger venue to hold that many racists.

Florida Dems Took $10K From Prison Transport Contractor, Might Have Broken Prison-Donor Ban

2 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
February 5, the private security firm G4S Solutions — a for-profit company founded in Coral Gables that transports inmates for the government — donated $10,000 to the Florida Democratic Party. The money came through G4S's political action committee.

Mirabelle Offers a Menu of Affordable French Specialties in Downtown Miami

2 days ago by Juliana Accioly
Food-loving locals in Downtown Miami now have a new French restaurant that's worth checking out. Since it opened in January, chef George Berger's Mirabelle has been pulling a loyal crowd of regulars drawn by the dishes listed on its chalkboard menu. An award-winning pastry chef from Lyon in France, Berger owned...

Patience Is the Quickest Route Back to NBA Contention for Pat Riley and the Miami Heat

2 days ago by Ryan Yousefi
Since joining the Miami Heat in 1995, Pat Riley has proven he's a fantastic coach, general manager, president, and team ambassador. He has also shown he always has the bigger picture in mind regardless of how hopeless things mights seem.

Here’s What Venezuela’s New 50,000 Bolívar Bill Will Buy You in Miami

2 days ago by Manuel Madrid
Despite its many zeros, Venezuela's new 50,000-bolívar won't go far.

Eyes on Miami: Adriana Lima, Cedric Gervais, Shemar Moore, and Others

2 days ago by World Red Eye
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with World Red Eye,...

The Five Best Concerts in Miami This Weekend

2 days ago by Liz Tracy
These are the five best concerts in Miami June 14 through June 16.

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Father's Day 2019

2 days ago by Clarissa Buch
Happy Father's Day, Miami. This weekend, restaurants and bars will offer special meals, limited-edition brews, and killer deals. Plus, Sweet Liberty will team up with Secret Burger to offer a one-day-only, off-the-menu dish, and Lure Fishbar will debut an exclusive New York-inspired menu to celebrate its fifth anniversary.

Canadian Hip-Hop Artists Are Better at Fan Service, and Nav Is Proof

2 days ago by Anna Hopkins
Canadian hip-hop artist Nav will take the Fillmore Miami Beach stage next Thursday, June 20, and bring fellow Ontario rapper Killy with him. Nav has yet to cross into the mainstream, an issue he brought up in a recent Pitchfork article when he complained that paparazzi still don’t photograph him.

Spinello Projects Reopens in Allapattah With "Within Time"

2 days ago by Neil Vazquez
This past Sunday in Miami's Allapattah neighborhood, amid rain and traffic congestion, one of the city's best-known galleries reopened. Anthony Spinello is the name behind Spinello Projects, a contemporary art venue that for the past couple of years has specialized in work representing marginalized communities, with a deeply political bent.

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