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Florida Grand Opera Honors Its Past and Plans for the Future

2 months ago by Artburst Miami
FGO's more intimate season kicks off in October.

After 29-Hour Meeting, Miami-Dade School Board Delays Reopening

2 months ago by Lola Sanchez-Carrion
More than half of Miami-Dade County Public Schools students have opted to return for in-person classes.

Westland Mall Kiosk Owners Fight Rent Charges During Lockdown

6 months ago by Joshua Ceballos
Some tenants say they were charged rent for the two months they were out of work — sometimes more than $1,000 a month for a kiosk.

The Real Dragwives of Miami Delivers the Campy, Bravo-Inspired Show We Deserve

7 months ago by Olivia McAuley
Queef Latina and her collaborators conceived "The Real Dragwives of Miami" in the summer of 2019.

How Miami Restaurants and Bars Are Preparing for Coronavirus

9 months ago by Laine Doss
Miami restaurateurs are responding to the coronavirus pandemic by implementing additional safety procedures.

Five Places in Miami Where You're Being Surveilled

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
Protecting your private data in 2019 is a struggle, to say the least. Even something as innocuous as an app that makes your face look old might secretly store all of your photos and create a database of faces in a Russian basement somewhere.

Five Florida Companies Make Millions Thanks to ICE Contracts

1 year ago by Manuel Madrid
The political price of being a cog in the Trump administration's immigrant detention and deportation machine is getting steeper. Outrage over the callous treatment of immigrant families in the U.S. has distilled into outrage toward the companies willing to help the federal government carry out its anti-immigrant agenda.

Feds Surveilled South Florida Immigration Protests in 2018, Report Says

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
On June 30 of last year, activists in more than 600 cities planned demonstrations against President Donald Trump's policy of separating children and parents who'd arrived at the U.S. border seeking asylum. Emails obtained by The Intercept show that a private contractor monitored numerous protests in South Florida.

Here's a List of Companies Making Money From Miami's Child-Migrant Detention Camp

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
One of the less reported aspects of the United States deportation system is its profitability. Private, for-profit companies and contractors are paid billions of dollars to carry out the Trump administration's will. In short: People are getting rich by keeping immigrant kids behind bars.

Florida Mom Sues Juul Because Her Teenage Son Can't Stop Vaping

2 years ago by Meg O'Connor
J.Y. and his mother, Barbara Yannucci, filed a class action complaint against Juul Labs, Inc. last week in Florida's Southern District Court. Yannucci is suing the e-cigarette maker for fraud, unjust enrichment, failure to warn, and negligence. The case represents the latest in a string of lawsuits that have been filed against the San Francisco-based company in the past year, with consumers claiming the nicotine within Juul's cigarettes is more potent and addictive than advertised.

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