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Five Crazy Stories of Stolen Art and Artifacts that Turned Up in Miami

10 hours ago by Jerry Iannelli
The Stonehenge rock was far from the first insane artifact that's turned up in South Florida. In fact, the area's unique combination of retirees, wayward travelers, and outright criminals have turned Miami into a haven for art thieves and black-market artifact deals

Off-Duty Miami Cop Reportedly Shoots Ex-Girlfriend's New Boyfriend

2 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Today an off-duty Miami cop shot someone. Miami-Dade Police announced that a still-unnamed City of Miami officer got into an argument with a man in North Miami-Dade early this morning and wound up shooting the guy. According to NBC 6 South Florida (WTVJ), the cop shot his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend.

Miami Mayor Vetoes Partial Demolition of Historic Coconut Grove Playhouse

2 days ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Last week, on May 8, the Miami City Commission cast a 3-2 vote on a controversial revitalization plan that would save the façade but call for the auditorium to be demolished.

Five New Brunches in Miami to Try This Weekend

2 days ago by Clarissa Buch
As Miami readies for summer, take advantage of the last few weeks of spring with one of the city's newest brunches.

Rakastella Returns in December for Miami Art Week

2 days ago by Jose D. Duran
Every December, the art world descends on Miami to participate in Art Basel Miami Beach and the events surrounding it. The people who tend to flock the city for it like to think they're better than the hoi polloi, saying they're here for the art when in actuality they're using Miami Art...

Eyes on Miami: Cardi B, Migos, Sports Illustrated Models, and Others

2 days ago by World Red Eye
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with World Red Eye,...

The Five Best Concerts in Miami This Weekend

2 days ago by Liz Tracy
These are the five best concerts in Miami this weekend.

Eddie Arroyo, Agustina Woodgate Represent Miami at the Whitney Biennial

2 days ago by Taylor Estape
In 2016, about three weeks after Donald Trump was elected to office and one week before the start of Art Basel, the New York Times published an article about the prestigious Whitney Biennial exhibition in New York — and why it had neglected to include Miami artists in its exhibition...

The Salty Donut to Open South Miami Doughnut and Coffee Shop Next Friday

2 days ago by Clarissa Buch
Next Friday, May 24, co-owners Amanda and Andy Rodriguez will finally debut their second store, which is located in South Miami adjacent to the former Fox's Sherron Inn.

It's Time for Derek Jeter and the Marlins to Fire Manager Don Mattingly

2 days ago by Ryan Yousefi
The Miami Marlins were expected to be bad. With their best talent residing in minor-league towns like Jacksonville and Jupiter, it was predictable. Most teams rebuilding are bad, but the Miami Marlins are historically bad. So spectacularly bad...

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