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Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald Newsrooms Vote to Unionize

15 hours ago by Manuel Madrid
In a decisive 66-24 vote, the newsrooms of the Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald have elected to form a union. Votes were counted this afternoon by federal officials at the Claude Pepper Federal Building in downtown Miami, where members of both the One Herald Guild and Herald management were present.

Pharrell Williams and David Guetta Join David Grutman's Entrepreneurship Class at LIV

15 hours ago by Laine Doss
The concept of field trips isn't new, but for students in the David Grutman Experience: The Class at Florida International University, an outing to a laboratory won't cut it.

Miami-Dade Commissioner Joe Martinez Involved in Active Criminal Probe

16 hours ago by Jerry Iannelli
The Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office today confirmed to New Times that an active criminal probe exists in relation to Miami-Dade County Commissioner Joe Martinez.

Filmmaker Kali Ann Kahn Shares Debut, Fairchild, at Borscht Film Festival

17 hours ago by Sarah Hutchison
The woman-led production was produced through Borscht’s No Bro Zone, a three-year-old initiative designed to empower female filmmakers.

Brockhampton Continues Its Ascent With a Rousing Show at the Fillmore Miami Beach

18 hours ago by James Biagiotti
Brockhampton's high energy show at the Fillmore Miami Beach on Tuesday saw the group showcase their theatricality and even a pizza-supplying super fan.

Rick Scott Says Adam Schiff Runs Impeachment "Like He's in Communist China or Venezuela"

20 hours ago by Jessica Lipscomb
In a November 19 interview with Fox Business, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott of Florida claimed the Trump impeachment proceedings lack due process and drew comparisons to "communist China or Venezuela."

Thanksgiving 2019: Miami Restaurant Brunch Guide

20 hours ago by Juliana Accioly
Head to one of these Miami restaurants for Thanksgiving brunch.

MOCA North Miami Explores Poetic Female Artists in Dual Exhibitions

21 hours ago by Douglas Markowitz
The museum will be showcasing the political and socially conscious works of Chilean expat Cecilia Vicuña as well as poet Alice Rahon. The exhibitions, "Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen" and "Poetic Invocations," speak to the artists' respective experiences of exile.

Gregory's Diner Is a Midcentury Homage to the American Dream

21 hours ago by Zachary Fagenson
At Gregory's, which the team behind Mandolin Aegean Bistro opened five weeks ago in the Vagabond Hotel, eating can be as upscale or down-home as you like. There's a New York strip steak ($36) and an elegant caviar service ($30 for wild salmon or $95 for sturgeon). There's also a grilled cheese ($10), Cobb salad ($19), and a turkey dinner ($24) with gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and cranberry sauce.

The 14 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

22 hours ago by Douglas Markowitz
If all you know of Spanish cinema is Antonio Banderas, Penélope Cruz, and Netflix's Money Heist (better known as La Casa del Papel), get ready to learn. The Olympia Theater is set to put on the ninth-annual minifestival Recent Cinema From Spain. Splitting the difference between experimental...

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