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Miami Carpetbagger Armando Gutierrez Drops Bid to Challenge Alan Grayson

10 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Armando Gutierrez Jr., son of local power player Armando Gutierrez Sr., has dropped his bid to challenge lovably insane Orlanda-area Congressman Alan Grayson. Gutierrez, who was born and raised in Miami, took up residence in Grayson's congressional district this year with the intent of running as a Republican against the...
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Carpetbagger and Grayson Opponent Armando Gutierrez Jr. Pissing Off Republicans

10 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
There's no doubt Orlando-area Rep. Alan Grayson pisses Republicans off (and probably takes glee in it), but it's not good news when his top GOP challenger is also pissing off Republicans.Armando Gutierrez Jr., a Miami native and son of local political mover and shaker Armando Gutierrez, moved to Orlando last month...
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Gamer Comic Expo Capitalizes on Growing Demand for Esports

4 months ago by Jesse Scott
Gamer Comic Expo returns for its second year, and League of Legends, Fortnite, and Super Smash Bros. pros are waiting for you to dethrone them.
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Fans Petition for Pitbull to Play Halftime Show at 2020 Super Bowl LIV in Miami

1 year ago by Jessica Lipscomb
By now, it's pretty much universally accepted that this year's Super Bowl was the worst one yet. That's actually great news for Miami, which will host the event in 2020 — it's almost guaranteed that anything that happens next year will seem wayyyy more exciting in comparison.
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Miami Businessman Moving to Orlando to Try to Shut Alan Grayson Up

11 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Oh, those poor young Miami Republicans with dreams of D.C. Unless they launch a long-shot Senate campaign against a popular governor, they'll have to wait for Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and the Diaz-Balarts to decide they've had enough of doing whatever it is they do with their congressional seats. (Seriously, what is...
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Eloy Gutierrez Menoyo, founder of Cambio Cubano, confronts a force as powerful as Castro: The exiles who condemn his moderate views

27 years ago by Stan Yarbro
Eloy Gutierrez Menoyo is speaking about the need to obliterate the memories of time lost -- specifically, the two decades he spent in Cuban prisons. "You're constantly taking me back to jail and I need to erase that," he tells his interviewer, film director Jorge Ulla. It's one thing to...
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The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

2 years ago by Celia Almeida
Mount Kimbie, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Talib Kweli, and more of the best concerts in Miami this week, June 11 through 17.
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As Cuba Debates Where To Open U.S. Consulate, Miami Says Give It To Tampa

5 years ago by Clarissa Buch
With diplomatic ties between the U.S. and Cuba now formally re-established and a Cuban embassy up and running in Washington, the next question is where Cuba's first consulate will go. Not that there's much question where it should go, based on logic alone: WIth 800,000 or so Cuban-Americans in South...
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Memo To Miami City Commissioners: Red Light Cameras Suck

9 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
As cities around south Florida are ditching controversial red light camera programs, Miami's elected officials are about to extend its contract with the company that provides the company that operates the video recorders. Ass backwards, you say? Well, it is the Magic City.At today's city commission meeting, commissioners will vote...
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Jeb Bush Jr. Shot Down for MDX Board Slot

7 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
Jeb Bush Jr. Shot Down for MDX Board Slot

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