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State Rep Urges Congress to Help Free Florida Operative Held Hostage in Iran

3 days ago by Michael Majchrowicz
Despite considerable public interest, little information has come to light concerning Robert Levinson's whereabouts and well-being.

Juan Roberto Diago Picks at the Scars Left by Racism in His Native Cuba

6 days ago by Artburst Miami
It’s not likely anyone would call Juan Roberto Diago a brilliant colorist. Rather, his palette skews more to the ashy gray and black tones of William Kentridge, who has employed charcoal drawings for years to evoke riveting dramas of injustice, inspired by his lengthy experience with systemic racist policies in...

Florida Republicans Are Banning Local Laws They Don't Like, Report Warns

13 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Multiple lawmakers have filed bills to undercut left-leaning cities.

Kreyòl Essence Shares Castor Oil Beauty Product With Miami and ABC's Shark Tank

13 days ago by Julienne Gage
Five years ago, Yve-Car Momperousse and Stéphane Jean-Baptiste moved to South Florida to build Kreyòl Essence, a line of health and beauty products developed in their ancestral Haiti. Their business is growing as fast as the hair on their clients' heads.

The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

21 days ago by Olivia McAuley
Few nights are more widely celebrated than New Year's Eve, and there is no better place to ring in the new year than the Magic City. As visitors arrive in droves to party at Miami's famed nightclubs and venues, don't wait until the last minute to finalize your plans.

Five Only-in-Miami Stories of Art Chicanery

1 month ago by Alexi C. Cardona
Miami is no stranger to deception and corruption, but the art world is next level.

Video From Attempted Murder Case Contradicts Coral Gables Police

1 month ago by Jerry Iannelli
Police reports describe events that video footage does not show.

Florida Cities Would Need Governor's Permission to Resettle Refugees Under New Trump Order

4 months ago by Manuel Madrid
As the United States moves closer to admitting record low levels of refugees, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez says the county is ready to resettle additional people. But that might not be up to him anymore.

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