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Tan France Doesn't Know Much About Florida, but He Can Relate to Its Millions of Immigrants

1 hour ago by Celia Almeida
Queer Eye's Tan France, Jonathan Van Ness, and Karamo Brown are all headed to South Florida during the same weekend.
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Miami Actress Marcela Paguaga Debuts Cabaret-Style One-Woman Show

2 hours ago by Carolina del Busto
The Hialeah native is staging what she calls a Cuban cabaret with her new solo performance, Oye: Starring Marcela Paguaga.
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Skip the Pumpkin Pie and Feast on the Salty Donut's Thanksgiving Treats

2 hours ago by Clarissa Buch
Following last year's success, the Salty Donut's two stores, in Wynwood and South Miami, will be open on Thanksgiving. However, to guarantee a platter of doughnuts appears in your holiday spread, order a box in advance.
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Bobby Flan Returns With a Crew of Miami-Bred Electronic Acts in Tow

2 hours ago by Liz Tracy
The Kendall-raised writer and musician known to friends and family as Rob Goyanes is returning to play Miami under his Bobby Flan moniker. Luckily for Miami music fans, he's bringing along a who's who of artists that cut their creative teeth in the Magic City.
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Dancers Sue Hialeah Strip Club Over Unpaid Wages, Labor Violations

3 hours ago by Alexi C. Cardona
The basic rules of employment are simple: Show up for work; get paid. Repeat over time. But when Nancy — who has been stripping for almost two decades in various clubs in Oregon and Florida — shows up for work, she has to pay to be there.
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The Five Best Food and Drink Events This Week

3 hours ago by Clarissa Buch
This week, the Den at Azabu Miami Beach hosts a collaboration dinner with chef Juan Manuel Barrientos of El Cielo, while Luckyrice celebrates its tenth anniversary with an Asian-themed night market featuring some of Miami's best chefs. Plus, don't miss $13 pasta at Fi'lia South Beach and a Bahamas relief event at Esotico.
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Firing Medical Marijuana Patients for Drug Use Would Be Banned Under New Florida Bill

4 hours ago by Alexi C. Cardona
Some of Florida's estimated 300,000 medical marijuana users have learned the hard way that although it's legal to use cannabis to relieve certain conditions, they can still face consequences at work and school.
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The Dolphins Still Lost a Football Game Even Though #TankForTua Is Dead

4 hours ago by Ryan Yousefi
Following a 0-7 start to the season, everything recently had turned to butterflies, lollipops, bubbles, and rainbows for the Miami Dolphins thanks to straight wins over the New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts. Head coach Brian Flores got a celebratory Gatorade shower after the Jets game, and Dolphins players no one had ever heard of got interviews with ESPN after the Fins pulled off a surprise win over the Colts last week.
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The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

4 hours ago by Olivia McAuley
Nontraditional boy band Brockhampton has wasted no time getting back on the road since breaking their brief hiatus with their latest album Ginger. Halfway through its headlining Heaven Belongs To You tour, the L.A.-based collective will perform at the Fillmore Miami Beach on Tuesday, November 22, with accompaniment from opening...
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The Eight Best Free Things to Do in Miami This Week

4 hours ago by Jesse Scott
A new karaoke night, Veza Sur's annual #HechaEnMiami Block Party, the Miami Latin Rooftop Pool Party in Coconut Grove, and Sweat Records' monthly chess night top Miami's free happenings this week.

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