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South Florida Drug Dealer Charged With Murder, Accused of Giving Fentanyl to Miami Woman

9 hours ago by Jerry Iannelli
Today 58-year-old Bernard Gonzalez became the first person in Broward County to be charged with murder for selling fentanyl to a person who later overdosed.

South Beach Wine & Food Festival 2020 Highlights: Pizza Party, Gospel & Falafel, and Marcus Samuelsson

14 hours ago by Laine Doss
The five-day fete is slated for February 19 through 23, 2020, and will offer more than 100 parties, dinners, and events. Though the festivities are spread across Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, the festival's epicenter remains South Beach, where massive tents will be erected oceanside, on the sand.

"Ravaged" by the Opioid Crisis, Seminole Tribe Sues Purdue and Other Drug Manufacturers

15 hours ago by Jessica Lipscomb
A great deal of news coverage about America's decades-long opioid crisis tends to focus on rural white folks in states such as Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. But among the communities hardest hit by the epidemic, Native American tribes rank at the top.

Jeremiah Bullfrog Is Bringing a Ramen Festival to Miami This Weekend

16 hours ago by Chelsea Olson
For fans of Japanese cuisine, the hunt for good ramen in Miami has been an ongoing struggle over the years. Little by little, the city has opened a few notable restaurants and even imported some pop-up shops whose bowls are worth slurping.

Vans Taps Into Miami's Independent Music Scene With Concert Series the Spirit of DIY

16 hours ago by Catherine Toruño
The Spirit of DIY, a concert series launched by the skateboarding-shoe company Vans, celebrates the do-it-yourself hardcore punk movement that began in the late '70s. Popping up in South Africa, the United Kingdom and other European countries, and across the United States, the global initiative is set to land at Gramps September 28.

New Documentary Features Veterans Shunning Pharmaceuticals for Cannabis

16 hours ago by Carlos Miller
The fact that the federal government has been lying to the people of the United States for decades about the dangers of cannabis is especially jarring to shellshocked veterans of war who were under the impression they were fighting for truth, justice, and the American way.

Super Bowl Festivities Unofficially Kick Off With HistoryMiami's "Gridiron Glory" Exhibit

17 hours ago by Luis Gomez
HistoryMiami's "Gridiron Glory" is the unofficial kickoff to Super Bowl festivities in Miami, which will host the big game in February 2020.

Wabi Sabi Offers Omakase Ahead of Wynwood Opening

17 hours ago by Zachary Fagenson
Though the opening of Shuji Hiyakawa's eponymous Wynwood restaurant is still a few months away, the soft-spoken chef recently reopened his 79th Street eatery, Wabi Sabi by Shuji, and expanded it with a six-seat counter offering a 15-course omakase menu.

Name the AA Arena After These Miami Institutions if BangBros Doesn't Win the Bid

17 hours ago by Angel Melendez
If BangBros doesn't get to name the home of the Heat, these five Miami companies should get a shot.

Gulf Stream Brewing Debuts Cans at First-Anniversary Celebration

18 hours ago by David Minsky
Gulf Stream Brewing Company has maintained a relatively small presence in South Florida since opening in Fort Lauderdale last year, but it won't seem that way at its first-anniversary celebration this Saturday, September 21.

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