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Miami Students Plan Climate Strike Alongside International Activists

18 hours ago by Jess Nelson
A little over a year ago, 15-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg took time off from school to sit outside the Parliament of Sweden while holding a sign that translated to "school strike for the climate." Within weeks, students from other European countries, including Germany and Holland, replicated Thunberg's effort...
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Eric Prydz Announces Make-Up Pryda Show After Miami Music Week Cancellation

18 hours ago by Celia Almeida
Eric Prydz will return to Wynwood Factory to make up for his missed Miami Music Week show.
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Satellite Miami Will Return to Miami Art Week With a Cease-and-Desist Order From Art Basel

18 hours ago by Carolina del Busto
Satellite Miami considered skipping Miami Art Week 2019. Instead, it'll display in a prime Wynwood location.
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NYC's Blind Barber Speakeasy Opens a Miami Beach Outpost

18 hours ago by Elena Vivas
Blind Barber, a hair salon by day and a bar by night, has opened inside the Natilus by Arlo Hotel. Miami Beach is the fourth city to host the speakeasy-meets-barbershop. In addition to the flagship in New York City, Blind Barber has locations in Los Angeles and Chicago.
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Nacho Left Venezuela for Miami Years Ago, but the Singer's Native Land Remains on His Mind

19 hours ago by Luis Gomez
Venezuelan singer Nacho discusses why he moved to Miami, his first solo album, and his planned return to Venezuela.
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A Miami-Based Jail Health-Care Company Profits While Patients Die

19 hours ago by Brittany Shammas
The voice on the other end of the line sounded so thin, so frail, that at first Erika Williams didn't recognize it as her son's. It was only by the ten digits glowing on her iPhone — the number for the Flagler County jail — that she realized who was calling her February 4, 2019, a balmy Monday in North Florida.
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Two Miami Chefs Are Leading Bahamas Relief Efforts

19 hours ago by Laine Doss
Just 24 hours after Hurricane Dorian devastated Great Abaco, Ingrid Hoffmann touched down in the town of Marsh Harbour. While the storm was still wreaking havoc in the Bahamas, she was already calling friends and raising money for relief efforts.
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Miami-Dade Economic Advocacy Trust Fails to Provide Homeownership Aid to African-Americans

20 hours ago by Luther Campbell
Buying a first home is nearly impossible for most African-Americans in Miami-Dade. There's a county program that's supposed to make it easier for more black people to become homeowners by providing first mortgages to folks who can't get conventional bank loans.
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Aussie Comedian Pam Ann Found a Second Home in Miami's LGBTQ+ Community

20 hours ago by Chris Malone
Australian comedian Pam Ann brings her latest tour to Miami after moving to South Beach more than two years ago.
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White Nationalists, Alt-Right Personalities Plan Rally on Miami Yacht

2 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
A veritable who's who of right-wing con artists, alt-right media hounds, and outright racists apparently plan to hold some sort of Art Basel for Grifters conference in Miami this month.

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