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Laurenzo's Italian Market Is Closing After 69 Years

3 months ago by Laine Doss
Now, after 69 years offering everything from imported olive oil to Zak the Baker bread and seasonal stone crabs, Laurenzo's Italian Market is closing

The Best Free Events in Miami This Week

9 months ago by Celia Almeida
A New Order after party, Chigozie Obioma at Books & Books, FilmGate Miami, and more of the best free events happening in South Florida this week, January 7 through 13.

The Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

9 months ago by Jesse Scott
Thursday Hip-hop meets a musical. Talk about a powerful combo! Making Henry Box Brown that much more powerful is the Roots' Karl "Dice Raw" Jenkins playing the lead role. Prepare for an emotional roller coaster as you track the enslaved Henry Box Brown's amazing journey to escape bondage in Virginia...

DeSantis' Wife Appeared at South Florida Event Alongside Obama "Birther" Tied to Extremist Group

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
Florida's Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis not only has said and done racist things but also continues getting caught hanging out with racist nutjobs. New Times in April disclosed that he spoke at a virulently anti-Muslim event with Steve Bannon and Milo Yiannopoulos in 2017. Then the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting found that DeSantis appeared...

Deborah Cox Takes on the Role of Rachel Marron — and the Legacy of Whitney Houston — in The Bodyguard

2 years ago by Celia Almeida
In The Bodyguard, Deborah Cox is tasked with not only portraying one of the most beloved characters of modern film, but also marking a separate path from the legendary woman who most famously played her: the late Whitney Houston.

Essensia's Frank Jeannetti and His Naturally Wild Culinary Ride

9 years ago by Riki Altman
​Frank Jeannetti's name may not come up when people talk about the most recognizable chefs in Miami, but it should. One look over his resume would clue anyone in on the fact that this guy has really established himself here after big-time stints at Pacific Time, Biltmore, Pearl, and Nemo.This...

Let's Make the Water Turn Black: Learn About Geoffrey Farmer's Freaky Puppet Figures at PAMM

5 years ago by Abel Folgar
Geoffrey Farmer is a Canadian installation artist, recognized for his collage work and his references to artists of the early 20th Century and Dadaism movement. He's also taken a theatrical approach to his installs and the museum/gallery-going experience in general. Born in the back end of the turbulent '60s, Farmer's...

The 12 Best Films of 2017

2 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
First, these are my favorite movies of the year, not a claim to rank the definitive best, so don’t write to tell me that your favorite should have made it

The Humane Society Began Its Battle with Farmers Right Here in Florida

10 years ago by Kristen Hinman
Around about the lunch hour in Vale, South Dakota, on February 5, a 33-year-old cattle rancher finished a morning of blogging, then stepped outside with a bottle of wine and a Flip video camera. “Hello, my name is Troy Hadrick. I’m a fifth-generation United States rancher in South Dakota,” the...

Miami New Times: A History, the 2000s

2 years ago by Miami New Times staff
Miami New Times is celebrating its 30th anniversary by assembling a list of 30 writers who have gone on to author books about everything from terrorism to baseball to Prince to Gander, Newfoundland. They have won Pulitzer Prizes, become foreign correspondents, and written tomes that will endure. Yesterday, we published...

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