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The Greatest Miamis in the World, Ranked

7 months ago by Jesse Scott
There are Miamis in Texas, Florida, and... Canada? The ultimate rankings of Miamis.
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Miami Beach Named America's 10th Best Dressed City ...Behind Noted Fashion Capitals like Albany

6 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Miami Beach would normally love to be on any best dressed list, but real estate site Movato's ranking of the town as the tenth best dressed small city in America is sort of a double-edge sword. Apparently Albany, New York and Evanston, Illinois have better fashion sense than Miami Beach...
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Anti-Trump Fervor Is Driving Dozens of Florida Women to Run for Office

1 year ago by Brittany Shammas
It was blindingly sunny and at least 90 degrees as Emma Collum made her way through an Oakland Park neighborhood of colorful ranch houses with manicured front lawns. Dressed in a T-shirt bearing her name, light-blue shorts, and a Dolphins hat, the fast-talking 33-year-old with long dark hair and a...
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State Closes Midtown Miami School Tied to NXIVM "Sex Cult" Leader

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
In 2015, Raquel Perera, wife of 17-time Latin Grammy winner Alejandro Sanz, debuted a school called the Rainbow Cultural Garden in posh midtown Miami. Speaking to Univision, Perera bragged that by immersing toddlers in as many as seven languages at once, the school would revolutionize teaching. Univision credited a New York guru named Keith Raniere with developing the unusual plan.
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El Estado Clausura una Escuela en Midtown Miami Vinculada al Líder de "Sex Cult" de NXIVM

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
En el 2015, Raquel Perera, esposa del 17 veces ganador del Latin Grammy Alejandro Sanz, inauguró la escuela “Rainbow Cultural Garden” ubicada en en el distinguido sector de Midtown, Miami. En declaraciones a Univision, Perera alardeo acerca del singular método educativo del plantel, basado en una immersion lingüística...
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Five Insane Cults Tied to South Florida

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
This past Friday, New Times reported that a tiny school in midtown Miami, the Rainbow Cultural Garden, has obvious ties to NXIVM (pronounced "Nexium"), an alleged sex cult run by Albany, New York's Keith Raniere, who was arrested in March on sex-trafficking charges. Raniere's alleged confidant, former Smallville actress Allison Mack, was arrested...
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Elton John Will Say "Farewell" to South Florida Thanksgiving Weekend UPDATED

2 years ago by Celia Almeida
Music legend Elton John announced yesterday in a surprise press conference that he'll retire from touring after a three-year "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" tour around the world. John, whose career spans more than half a century and over 30 albums, will take one last victory lap in South Florida with...
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Latina Immigrants in Miami Struggle With Alcohol, New Study Shows

2 years ago by Paola de Varona
After a day of relentless Miami traffic and working a job that barely pays skyrocketing rents, a bottle of wine snagged from Publix or an overpriced craft beer is often just the right medicine. But for young Latina immigrants in Miami-Dade County, that happy-hour drink is often a false relief.
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Three Years After Boxer Yathomas Riley Was Cleared in One Shooting, He's Tied to Another

4 years ago by Trevor Bach
Yathomas Riley always said he was innocent. In 2010, after Koketia King, Riley's on-again, off-again girlfriend was bizarrely shot in the head, Riley adamantly maintained King had shot herself in a jealous rage. But King claimed it was Riley who pulled the trigger, and eventually the professional boxer was charged...
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Boxer Yathomas Riley Charged With Murdering Wife Three Years After Beating Similar Charges in Miami

4 years ago by Trevor Bach
"I had just came in from out of town," Yathomas Riley tells a Lee County, Georgia 911 dispatcher. "And my wife — I don't know what's going on, but she's in a room, and she got blood coming out of her." A young child screams in the background. It's 8:30...

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