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Miami Crime Victim Detained by ICE Warns Others About Calling Police for Help

6 months ago by Jessica Lipscomb
When Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced in January 2017 that the county would no longer be an unofficial "sanctuary" for undocumented immigrants, activists worried the policy would deter some victims from reporting crimes. Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez assured residents they shouldn't be afraid to call 911 or cooperate with officers.
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The Florida Department of Health Investigated Tony Bosch in 2011 but Let Him Slide

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
One chapter of the Biogenesis scandal closed yesterday with MLB dropping the hammer on 13 players who bought performance-enhancing drugs at the Coral Gables clinic. But many other questions remain, including whether clinic owner Tony Bosch will ever face criminal charges and how he peddled illegal drugs without a medical...
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Biogenesis Scandal: Tony Bosch Charged by Feds UPDATED

5 years ago by Tim Elfrink
One year after Anthony Bosch's roster of Major League Baseball clients -- including hometown star Alex Rodriguez -- received a record round of suspensions for buying performance enhancing drugs from Biogenesis, his Coral Gables clinic, Bosch himself is finally facing the music. Federal agents have reportedly arrested Bosch and some...
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Major League Baseball Reportedly Set to Sue Biogenesis Figures to Get at Steroid-Linked Players UPDATE

7 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Major League Baseball is set to file a lawsuit today against Tony Bosch, the former head of Coral Gables anti-aging clinic Biogenesis, alleging he damaged the sport by providing performance-enhancing drugs to baseball players, the New York Times reports. The suit follows a Miami New Times investigation into Biogenesis that...
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Biogenesis Scandal: MLB Drops Its Lawsuit Against Tony Bosch

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
From the start, it was obvious why Major League Baseball filed suit against Biogenesis founder Tony Bosch and his partners. Months after New Times revealed how Bosch was selling drugs to ballplayers, MLB was still trying to get his records and the testimony they needed to suspend Alex Rodriguez, Ryan...
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The Aliens: A New Play Invades Alliance Theatre

4 years ago by John Thomason
"You may not believe it, but there are people who go through life with very little friction or distress." This is how Charles Bukowski opens "The Aliens," a poem that succinctly captures the mindset of the world's tortured, anxious, depressed throngs. The renegade poet seems to suggest that these men...
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Biogenesis: When Will Bosch Get His Due?

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
UPDATE: Seven months after New Times published its investigation into Biogenesis and its founder, Tony Bosch, Major League Baseball suspended 14 players tied to the clinic. In August 2014, Bosch and nine other men tied to his steroid ring were charged with a variety of crimes in federal court. Bosch...
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Alliance Theatre Lab's Laundry and Bourbon and Lone Star: One Hit, One Miss

5 years ago by John Thomason
Bourbon is on the rocks, and so, apparently, is a marriage in James McLure's Laundry and Bourbon and Lone Star, two interlocked one-act plays. Both include the same array of characters: two close companions and one intruder bearing a sordid secret. Both end in revelations, vomit, and toppled props. And...
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Alliance's Laundry and Bourbon and Lone Star: One Hit, One Miss

5 years ago by John Thomason
Bourbon is on the rocks, and so, apparently, is a marriage in James McLure's Laundry and Bourbon and Lone Star, two interlocked one-act plays. Both include the same array of characters: two close companions and one intruder bearing a sordid secret. Both end in revelations, vomit, and toppled props. And...
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Biogenesis Just Hints at Florida's Anti-Aging Catastrophe

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Outside a $600,000 Coconut Grove condo, the pool glittered blue in the afternoon sunlight and tennis balls popped off a green asphalt court. Inside, a tornado hit. Sharon Cohen watched her heavily tattooed Spanish husband, Alvaro, slam his head over and over against a TV set. She'd recently filed for...

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