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Taylor Swift Will Bring Her Reputation Tour to Hard Rock Stadium August 18

3 years ago by Ciara LaVelle
Taylor Swift is having a busy month. She released her album Reputation last week, hot off the heels of its lead single, a love letter to Right Said Fred, "Look What You Made Me Do." She performed on SNL Saturday night. She's also made the time to sue a blogger who pointed out that Nazis are among her biggest fans.
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Five Bands to Watch at Fort Rock 2018

2 years ago by Howard Hardee
If the headliners are are any indication, Fort Rock will totally melt faces in South Florida. Here are five acts to watch this year.
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Florida House Speaker Should Resign After Running Most Racist Ad in Recent History

3 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
In a sane, moral, or just world, Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran would be forced to resign for the advertisement his political action committee just released. It's that bad. Honestly, he should resign anyway. The ad is basically a ripoff of D.W. Griffith's 1915 pro-Ku Klux Klan film Birth of a Nation...
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How Mexican-American Twins From Miami Created the Liberal Powerhouse Occupy Democrats

3 years ago by Brittany Shammas
Omar Rivero is standing cross-armed in his light-filled Los Angeles pool house, urging one of his employees to finish a meme about the "Republican Hypocrites of the Year," when the news breaks: The president has just signed a memo banning transgender people from the military. "Oh, I hate Donald Trump!"...
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History Shows the Heat Won't Get Anything With the 14th Pick

3 years ago by Ryan Yousefi
At one point last season, the Miami Heat held the projected second-overall pick in this year's NBA draft. That's what an 11-30 record gets you: lots of Ping-Pong balls and, if you're lucky, a franchise-player building block to un-suck yourself right quick. What a miraculous 30-11 second half of the season gets you is a lot of good feelings, pats on the asses, and the 14th overall selection in the draft.
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Southernmost Moron: Westboro Baptist Church Drone Pickets Elizabeth Taylor in Key West, For Some Reason

10 years ago by Gus Garcia-Roberts
Pity the man pictured here. After all, how many times would you have to be (metaphorically) touched by an uncle (named, say, Fred) for your brain to turn to such mush that on a beautiful Saturday afternoon in Key West all you want to do is hold signs declaring that...
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Pahokee's Latest Football Superstar Tased, Arrested in Gainesville

11 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Back in January, we brought you the story of Janoris Jenkins, the latest in a staggering list of football superstars to emerge from the small towns around Lake Okeechobee, about 80 miles northwest of Miami. Like Fred Taylor and Anquan Boldin before him, Jenkins joined the pantheon of football greats...
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Lucky Rabbit's Foot

12 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Janoris Jenkins's path to college football glory — like a surprising number of players before him — stretches through the reed-clogged swampland that emerges from Lake Okeechobee. It's a path littered with the corpses of hundreds of rabbits, sacrificed to the gods of speed, agility, and endurance. For decades, young...
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A Thrilling Look at Barbara Stanwyck's Rise

7 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
When Peter Guralnick released Last Train to Memphis, the first half of his superb two-volume biography of Elvis Presley, some people must have wondered, Who needs two books to tell the story of Elvis? They may as well have grumbled, "Two whole books about America?" Some lives, some careers, push...
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The Party Crasher - Mary J. Blige Holds Down A Stellar Concert Kick-off After Party

13 years ago by Elvis Ramirez
Omar Vega Mary J. Blige along with her hubby and a celeb-studded crowd kicked it at Karu&Y Saturday night, celebrating the launch of her fresh tour with Jigga Man Jay Z. After tearing up the American Airlines Arena alongside Jay Z, The Dream and surprise guests Kanye West, Timbaland and...

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