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Sebastián Yatra's Music Dreams Began in South Florida

2 months ago by Luis Gomez
Before he was performing at the Latin Grammys and topping Latin music charts, Sebastián Yatra was a soccer-playing South Florida student with musical aspirations.
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University of Miami Studying Why Transgender Women Have a Higher HIV Rate

10 months ago by Brittany Shammas
Among the general population, less than 1 percent of Americans are HIV positive. But for transgender women, the rate is astonishingly higher — almost 22 percent, or more than one in five. No one knows exactly why. Now, researchers at the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine are looking...
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Arbetter's Has Been a Miami Classic for 60 Years

4 months ago by Zachary Fagenson
How does a Miami restaurant become an institution? The odds are against it. Besides the elements and the constant struggle of building a business, restaurant owners must contend with fickle populations who remake Miami every decade or so as well as breakneck development. The two key elements to making this happen, it seems, are obsession and luck.
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Burger King Celebrates the Return of Stranger Things With the Upside Down Whopper

4 months ago by Laine Doss
The wildly popular TV thriller/drama Stranger Things returns to Netflix July 4 for a highly anticipated third season, and Burger King is celebrating by allowing fans to eat the Upside Down.
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The Five Best Concerts in Miami This Weekend

4 months ago by Liz Tracy
These are the five best concerts in Miami June 14 through June 16.
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Miami Basketball Fans Are the Most Engaged in the Nation

5 months ago by Ryan Yousefi
Not too long ago, this was peak-activity time for basketball in Miami. The Heat made the NBA Finals four straight seasons between 2011 and 2014, meaning things reached maximum playoff-white hotness on Biscayne Boulevard right about now. These days, things have died down a tad. Dwyane Wade has retired and the...
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Steve Shapiro began reporting on sports in South Florida almost three decades ago. The Miami Marlins and Florida Panthers didn't even exist yet. Flash-forward nearly 30 years, and Shapiro is essentially the dean of South Florida sports reporters. His connections in the region are pretty much unparalleled — he even...
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The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

5 months ago by Celia Almeida
Nicky Jam at the AAA, Brightline's first anniversary, and more of the best things to do in Miami this weekend, May 17 through 19.
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The Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

5 months ago by Jesse Scott
From concerts by Nicky Jam and Disclosure to Game of Thrones watch parties, these are the best things to do in Miami this week.
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Three FIU Students Put Queer Sexual Assault in the Spotlight Through Benefit Concert

7 months ago by Suzannah Friscia
When Amelia Leon, a student at Florida International University, learned about an on-campus group called Queering Sexual Assault Prevention (QSAP), she knew she wanted to support its work. “Unfortunately, queer sexual assault is often not discussed, especially when talking about sexual assault on college campuses,” Leon says. Hoping to raise...

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