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Despite Common Belief, Floridians Can't Always Get a Free Public Defender

3 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
With no remaining options, Lazaro Rodriguez could only beg Miami-Dade County Judge Andrew Hague for mercy. But his pleas were in vain. Hague was yelling at him now — in English, a language Rodriguez barely understood.
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A Miami-Based Jail Health-Care Company Profits While Patients Die

4 months ago by Brittany Shammas
The voice on the other end of the line sounded so thin, so frail, that at first Erika Williams didn't recognize it as her son's. It was only by the ten digits glowing on her iPhone — the number for the Flagler County jail — that she realized who was calling her February 4, 2019, a balmy Monday in North Florida.
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Here Are Some Dumb Florida Hurricane Stories to Relieve Stress Before Dorian Hits

5 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
Hurricanes: They suck! You're out of power for days or weeks, all the food in your fridge spoils, maybe your house or boat or houseboat gets completely destroyed and you have to move, and you probably have no WiFi in the meantime.
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The Curse of Blake Edwards

27 years ago by Todd Anthony
For those of you who only read the first sentence of a movie review to find out whether the critic liked a film or not: RUN DON'T WALK TO SEE SON OF THE PINK PANTHER, THE LAFF RIOT OF THE SUMMER! For the rest of you: stay away at all...
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Hector "Macho" Camacho Left His Mark In The Sunshine State

7 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
It was the summer of 1991. I was a teenager hanging with my friends at Hot Wheels Skating Center in Kendall for a concert. I can't recall who was performing, but I will never forget the flamboyant, muscular Puerto Rican dude in a tight shimmering silver mesh shirt and skinny...
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The 20 Best Miami Songs of 2018

1 year ago by Stefanie Fernández
With the federal government shut down and Donald Trump tweeting angrily at anyone who dares defy him, it's safe to say 2018 was a shit year. We hope 2019 will be better, but let's be honest: It will probably be worse. But one thing that certainly wasn't shit this year...
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Miami Cops Needlessly Arrest Thousands of Pot Smokers

1 year ago by Meg O'Connor
Two more blocks and Polini Sanon would have made it home. The 31-year-old father of five had just left his job as a Wells Fargo banker on a Friday night in 2017 when his life took an unexpected turn. It was just a few minutes past 6 p.m. but already...
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The Insane History of Marijuana in Florida

2 years ago by Travis Cohen
Today, legal marijuana flourishes in fields and greenhouses from Homestead to Tallahassee. Every day, new cannabis clinics hang green neon crosses in their windows, while millions of dollars pour in from global investors looking to get into the Mary Jane business. Weed has finally gone legit in Florida. So it's...
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Rick Scott Just Signed a Bill That Could Make Many of Florida's Beaches Private

2 years ago by Travis Cohen
The beach is one of the defining facets of Miami that make this city magic. The white sands are Florida's identity — an oasis that beckons everyone and belongs to no one, not the billionaires in beach chairs or the kids skipping class and sitting on their backpacks in the sand. But all of that might change very soon.
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Eddie the Eagle Is No Cool Runnings

4 years ago by Scott Tobias
In the Winter Olympics, ski jumping is one of those sports — bobsledding and luging are others — where Joe and Jane Satellite Dish cannot tell the difference between a great performance and a terrible one unless the athlete is carried away on a stretcher. No doubt there are crucial...

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