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Five Debunked Myths About Miami Heat Fans That Everyone Still Believes

17 minutes ago by Ryan Yousefi
Miami Heat fans, like Miamians in general, are an eclectic bunch. No fanbase is more diverse in just about every possible way. From age to race to annual income, Heat fans come in a multitude of shapes and sizes that make them one of the most unique, misunderstood, and unpredictable fanbases in any sport.

Blondie's Debbie Harry Returns to Her Birthplace for the Miami Book Fair

1 hour ago by Flor Frances
It's a warm October morning in Miami, and Debbie Harry picks up the phone. Her voice sounds particularly sweet and humble despite her icy-blonde stage persona. The unmistakable clink of porcelain objects — like a teacup placed gently on a saucer — is clearly heard over the line as if...

The 15 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

1 hour ago by Douglas Markowitz
Thursday, November 14 What's Thanksgiving dinner without turkey? It's darn good, if the folks behind Earthsgiving are to be believed. Simply Baked and Nabati Plant-Based Ice Cream are putting on a vegan Thanksgiving feast to show everyone that, yes, we can abstain from meat on the biggest food holiday of...

Pro-Trump Publix Heirs Donated $25K to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Last Month

1 hour ago by Jerry Iannelli
Once again, money tied to Publix Supermarkets' founding family is propping up a hard-line conservative campaign.

Support Miami's Culinary Scene During the 2020 James Beard Awards Entry Period

1 hour ago by Laine Doss
Miami's dining scene is dynamic and evolving. Our inventive chefs and ambitious restaurateurs have put our city on the map as a city in which to find good food and drink. Yet, with all the exciting chefs and innovative bar programs this city has to offer, one thing has remained...

Help Wanted: New Times Is Looking for Freelance News Writers in Miami

19 hours ago by New Times staff
Miami New Times is looking to expand our roster of freelance news writers. We're looking for insightful, reliable writers who can bring us solidly reported stories that reflect the realities of Miami's diverse culture.

Winter Music Conference 2020 Passes Are Now on Sale

20 hours ago by Douglas Markowitz
WMC returns for its 35th year with new programming and pricier passes.

In "InnerVisions" at Young at Art Museum, Nice'n Easy Explores Dreams and Desires

22 hours ago by Douglas Markowitz
YAA's latest exhibit, from the creative duo Nice’n Easy, takes inspiration from dream interpretation, Japanese philosophy, and the "cool S" you drew in school.

The Ten Best Burgers in Miami

23 hours ago by Nicole Danna
You love burgers. You love burgers so much you salivate when simply reading about them. Every few years, New Times publishes a list of the best ones, the most outrageous ones, and the restaurants that serve them. This year's lineup includes the city's mainstays plus newer spots that impress.

Here's What's at Stake in the Latest Vote on Beckham's Miami Soccer Stadium

1 day ago by Manuel Madrid
A single vote today could dash David Beckham's dreams of building a Major League Soccer stadium in Miami. City of Miami commissioners will meet this morning to consider the fate of Miami Freedom Park, a proposed $1 billion commercial complex including a 25,000-seat soccer field for the nascent MLS franchise Inter Miami.

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