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The Aviators

14 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
The sun shone bright and hot just before noon on a perfect July 4 when 35-year-old Samuel Sax took off from Tamiami Airport in his 1946 Globe Swift. There wasn't a dreary storm cloud in the sky. He made his way north in the nimble single-engine two-seater, cruising over Key...

Dirty Dozen 2020: The 12 Worst People of Miami in the Worst Year Ever

24 days ago by Miami New Times staff
Each year, New Times rounds up a list of 12 scoundrels and ne'er-do-wells. Once again, we present to you the annual Dirty Dozen.

Bored at Home? Sign Up for This FIU Course on Hallucinogens

1 month ago by Carlos Miller
The online course, titled Hallucinogens and Culture, begins on January 11 and is open to students and non-students alike.

Who Will Be Miami's New Police Chief? Here's Who Has Applied

1 month ago by Joshua Ceballos
Miami Police Department Chief Jorge Colina will retire in January; 36 applicants are vying for his job.

NAACP Criticizes New Miami-Dade Mayor for Hiring Guy They Wanted Fired

2 months ago by Francisco Alvarado
Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava is already turning off some of her staunchest supporters after her first week on the job.

Before He Died of COVID, Publix Worker Gerardo Gutierrez Feared the Virus

2 months ago by Kristine Gill
Gutierrez died April 28, just weeks after one of his Publix coworkers became infected with the virus.

Fired Detective Alleges Widespread Corruption at Miami Police Department

2 months ago by Joshua Ceballos
The lawsuit alleges widespread corruption, conspiracy, and cronyism in the highest levels of the Miami Police Department.

Miami Restaurants Offering Takeout and Delivery During the Coronavirus Pandemic

3 months ago by Laine Doss
Looking for delivery and takeout restaurants in Miami? During the coronavirus crisis, South Florida restaurants are offering curbside pickup, takeout, and delivery.

From Porn to Politics, Juan Melecio Mounts a Longshot Campaign in Wilton Manors

3 months ago by Michael Majchrowicz
Juan Melecio is a gay porn star campaigning on the idea that one of the nation's gayest cities is, well, "too gay."

"Playing a Card": How Trump Used Cuba to Gain Points in Florida

4 months ago by Ed Augustin
Trump strategists believe Cuban-American voters can be triggered by tried-and-tested anti-Cuba rhetoric.

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