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Miami Cop Javier Ortiz Suspended With Pay After Claiming He's Black

15 hours ago by Jerry Iannelli
Days after claiming he was a black man at a Miami City Commission meeting, Capt. Javier Ortiz was suspended with pay from the Miami Police Department.

Stephen Marley and Jason Bonham to Headline Wanee Block Party at Revolution Live

19 hours ago by Zach Schlein
Wanee Block Party — the spiritual successor to the long-running Wanee Music Festival that once took place at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park — has announced the lineup for its 2020 edition.

Misha's Offers Community and Cupcakes at New Flagship

19 hours ago by Liz Tracy
Women in America aren't exactly provided the resources to succeed as working parents, independent entrepreneurs, or stay-at-home-parents. That's what makes Miami baker Misha Kuryla's story of launching and expanding her successful business, Misha's Cupcakes, so impressive.

The Rhythm Foundation Hosts Afrobeat Band Antibalas and African Strings Group 3MA

20 hours ago by Julienne Gage
It’s been five years since the United Nations declared that 2015 to 2024 would be the International Decade of People of African Descent, and a year since Ghana initiated the Year of the Return, inviting descendants of enslaved African people to come home, explore their heritage, and even seek citizenship...

How to Hustle in South Florida During Super Bowl LIV

21 hours ago by Luis Gomez
It's not just high-end hotels, restaurants, and call girls who will see a boost in business when the Super Bowl comes to South Florida: We live in the gig economy era, and there are plenty of opportunities for everyone in South Florida to make extra cash.

The Ten Best Dive Bars in Miami

21 hours ago by Amber Love Bond
Though craft cocktails and hot spots are often what’s on the agenda, the dive bar offers a far-from-glamorous allure that attracts those who appreciate the simple things in life.

Miami's One Day of Winter Has Finally Arrived

21 hours ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Miami's one day of winter means three things: abominable fashion choices, churros con chocolate, and an apocalyptic hailstorm of frozen iguanas.

Jared Swilley of the Black Lips Talks Churchill's and Recording Sing in a World That’s Falling Apart

22 hours ago by Flor Frances
Sing in a World That’s Falling Apart is an appropriate title for a record released at the beginning of 2020. While the Senate commences the impeachment trial the U.S. president, 17-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg reminds world leaders at the World Economic Forum that “our house is still on fire,”...

The Five Greatest Revelations So Far From the Miami Heat's Delightful Season

22 hours ago by Ryan Yousefi
Heat fans are feeling pretty good about their favorite little basketball team at the midpoint of the season.

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