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Red Rooster Overtown Provides Meals to Miamians in Need

17 hours ago by Laine Doss
Marcus Samuelsson's yet-to-open restaurant will distribute meals on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from noon until 4 p.m., or until the daily supply runs out.

Man Tips $750 on a $60 Order at David's Cafe in Miami Beach

18 hours ago by Laine Doss
"She texted, 'I think there's a huge mistake on the check,' along with a picture of the receipt that showed a $750 tip."

Florida Marijuana Sales Skyrocket Even as Economy Collapses

20 hours ago by Carlos Miller
Thanks to coronavirus, Florida's medical marijuana dispensaries are seeing record sales as patients stockpile cannabis for the long haul.

R House's Virtual Drag Brunch and Other Miami Brunch Takeout Specials

22 hours ago by Clarissa Buch
You may not be able to rally your friends for a mimosa-fueled brunch out this weekend, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy guava pancakes and crispy bacon in the comfort of your home.

Will Bailouts Help South Florida's Record Stores Survive?

22 hours ago by Olivia McAuley
Will record stores be able to navigate through COVID-19 upheaval with their unconventional business models?

Oolite Arts Steps Up to Help Miami's Art Community

22 hours ago by Jose D. Duran
Oolite Arts inaugurated its Relief Fund for COVID-19, seeding it with $25,000 in funds repurposed from canceled programming.

Miami-Dade Transit Union Worries About Coronavirus Threat

22 hours ago by Alexi C. Cardona
Public transit already caters to some of the community's most vulnerable — people who could be at greater risk of exposure to coronavirus.

Florida ICE Detainees Start Hunger Strike Over Coronavirus Concerns

2 days ago by Manuel Madrid
Those on strike say the detention center is no longer providing antibacterial soap to some detainees.

SOBEWFF, FIU, and Miami Chefs Provide Relief to the Hospitality Community

2 days ago by Laine Doss
Workers idled by the coronavirus pandemic have encountered difficulties in filing for unemployment, and help from the federal government's stimulus plan is likely still weeks away. So Miami's culinary community is stepping into the breach.

Oh, Great — AccuWeather Predicts Above-Average Hurricane Season

2 days ago by Jessica Lipscomb
If the coronavirus pandemic already has you contemplating wiping your ass with a corncob, boy, do we have some bad news for you!

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