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Miami Breweries Offer Takeout and Delivery During Coronavirus Pandemic

6 days ago by Laine Doss
Miami's taprooms are shuttered by government mandate, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy your favorite local brewery's beers at home.

Get Back Into Reading During the Coronavirus Shutdown

11 days ago by April Dobbins
If you're returning to the world of reading after a long hiatus, it may be daunting to start.

Airline Workers at MIA Feel Unprepared to Handle Coronavirus UPDATED

23 days ago by Alexi C. Cardona
Some Eulen workers at MIA fear they are woefully unprepared to keep themselves safe and do their jobs effectively amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Senators Warn Norwegian Cruise Line CEO to Stop Misleading Customers

24 days ago by Alexi C. Cardona
The senators have urged Norwegian to consider suspending operations until it can protect the health and safety of passengers and crew.

Miami Coronavirus Cancellations: Music Events

25 days ago by Jose D. Duran
Expect to see a lot of cancellation notices in the coming days. This post will be updated frequently.

Savannah Cristina Stands Poised to Steal the Show at Jazz in the Gardens 2020 UPDATED

26 days ago by Artburst Miami
The Jazz in the Gardens Music Fest perennially serves up a stellar lineup of top jazz, R&B, soul, and hip-hop artists – and this year, its 15th, is business as usual. Headlining acts for the festival, which hits Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens on Saturday, March 14, through Sunday,...

From Sociopaths to Sincere Storytelling, Miami Film Festival 2020 Offers Several Worthwhile Watches

1 month ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
Pablo Larraín’s "Ema," starring Mariana Di Girolamo and Gael García Bernal, is a standout selection from the festival's 2020 edition.

Miami Leaders Say "Archaic" Nightlife Laws Need to Change for Wynwood

1 month ago by Alexi C. Cardona
Yesterday two emergency meetings were called in Wynwood to hash out problems about noise, code enforcement, reportedly illegal temporary businesses, and supposedly preferential treatment for developers.

Global Cuba Fest 2020 Breaks Political and Musical Barriers

1 month ago by Julienne Gage
Brenda Navarrete, Jorge Luis Pacheco, Alain Perez, and Julio Montalvo are among the artists performing at the 2020 edition of the week-long musical gathering.

Miami New Drama Shares Louis Armstrong's Story With A Wonderful World

1 month ago by Artburst Miami
If you’re a person of a certain age, a lover of jazz, or a fan of outsize personalities, you’re probably familiar with Louis Armstrong. The late, great jazz trumpeter and gravel-voiced singer's 1964 recording of “Hello, Dolly!” dethroned the Beatles from a 14-week run atop Billboard’s Hot 100.

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