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Book Club: In Parenthesis With David Jones.

6 years ago by Kat Bein
The first gunshot of World War I bulleted through the air in 1914, yet a hundred years later, we continue to examine it with both fascination and horror. The Wolfsonian-FIU (1001 Washington Ave., Miami Beach) is in fact dedicated to veterans of all wars but was founded specifically to commemorate...

Inter Miami CF Supporters Share Insights About 2021 Season Potential

17 days ago by Tom Shackleford
There seems to be plenty of uncertainty surrounding one of Major League Soccer’s newest organizations.

South Beach Jazz Festival Highlights the Extraordinary Talents of People Living With Disabilities

4 months ago by Tyler Francischine
South Beach Jazz Fesitval aims to share the diverse rhythms and styles that comprise jazz music.

Miami New Times' 2020 Election Live-Blog

6 months ago by Alexi C. Cardona
If you've already stress-eaten every last bit of your leftover Halloween candy, we're right there with you.

Stay Home Halloween Weekend and Stream These Horror-Movie Favorites

7 months ago by Trae DeLellis
What to stream on Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, and more during Halloween.

Advocates Fear Avalanche of Evictions Once Florida's Moratorium Lifts

12 months ago by Alex DeLuca
The 30-day extension gives tenants a temporary sense of relief, but many say it only postpones the inevitable.

Virtual Trial for Florida Felon Voting Rights Plagued by Glitchy Start

1 year ago by Joshua Ceballos
A video trial that began yesterday was a lot like a Zoom call with your less-than-tech-savvy relatives.

Despite Club Space's Closure, It Continues to Spread the Love Via Livestream

1 year ago by Jose D. Duran
Although the downtown Miami dance epicenter is being honest about the impact the coronavirus will have on its business, the beloved club is doing its best to keep the party going through community engagement and livestreamed DJ sets.

Hey, Remember When Bloomberg Weirdly Defended a Florida Pastor's Right to Burn the Koran?

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
One prominent politician — then-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg — needlessly jumped into the debate to remind Americans that Jones had the right to do whatever he wanted.

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