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Weeks After $20 Million Pollution Fine, Carnival Brags About "Corporate Citizenship" Award

6 hours ago by Jerry Iannelli
A judge nearly threw Carnival Corporation's top executives in jail last April, after the company got caught dumping oily pollution into the sea despite being explicitly ordered by a court to stop doing so. Ultimately, the world's largest cruise company pleaded guilty to probation violations and agreed to pay a $20 million fine earlier this month over the pollution dumps.
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Hannibal Buress to Perform at Villain Theater Wednesday Night

7 hours ago by Ciara LaVelle
Hannibal Buress must really love Miami. He's performed in South Florida a bunch of times. He raised relief funds after Hurricane Irma. And now, it appears that even being arrested on questionable charges by a cop with a shady history hasn't soured him on this town. He'll perform a "Miami...
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Reminder: It's 2019 and Most Florida Prisons Still Aren't Air-Conditioned

13 hours ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Summer officially began less than a week ago, but temperatures in South Florida are already somewhere between oppressively smothering and absolutely boiling. Yesterday, the high reached 98 degrees, a record for Miami for that date.
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Celebrate Bourdain Day by Visiting His Favorite Miami Haunts

13 hours ago by Laine Doss
On June 8, 2018, the world was saddened by the news of Anthony Bourdain's death. The chef, who turned an article in the New Yorker into a writing and television career, was 61 when he was found by his close friend and fellow chef Éric Ripert. A few weeks back, Ripert, joined...
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Miami Beach Vacation Rental Owner Goes on Racist Tirade Against Black Guest

13 hours ago by Brittany Shammas
Monifah Brown and her friends thought they'd found the perfect place to stay during their Miami Beach vacation. The Ocean Five Condo Hotel was right on Ocean Drive, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the beach. Brown, a 24-year-old from London, made a reservation on Booking.com for three weeks in September.
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Miami's Exiled Venezuelans Lose Hope as Trump Administration Stalls

14 hours ago by Manuel Madrid
Hope gave way to further disillusionment last week for a group of exiled Venezuelans living in Miami, as word surfaced that the Trump administration’s interest in the crisis-stricken country was reportedly waning.
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Tedeschi Trucks Band Will Return to Boca Raton on Wheels of Soul Tour

14 hours ago by James Biagiotti
Tedeschi Trucks Band returns to South Florida with its Wheels of Soul Tour at Boca Raton’s Mizner Park Amphitheater on Saturday, June 29.
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The Ten Best Things to Do at Florida Supercon 2019

14 hours ago by Luis Gomez
Here are the ten events you're going to want to check out when Florida Supercon comes to the Miami Beach Convention Center.
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Miami Police Oversight Board Says Federal Monitor Should Be Fired and Replaced

15 hours ago by Jerry Iannelli
As it stands, Jane Castor currently has two full-time jobs in two different major cities: She's the Miami Police Department's federal oversight monitor and she's now the mayor of Tampa, a city of almost 400,000 people. Even before Castor won the Tampa mayoral race in March, some Miami officials weren't all that happy with her performance — and now a police-oversight board has formally asked to fire Castor from her position as federal oversight monitor.
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Sebastian Grey on His Project Runway Win and Leaving His Comfort Zone

15 hours ago by Suzannah Friscia
Jhoan “Sebastian” Grey still remembers the design advice he got from one of his favorite teachers at Miami’s Istituto Marangoni. “She told me, ‘Why do you always do these shapes, these flowy skirts and flowy arms?’ She was always pushing me to learn new things and get out of my...

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