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John Glenn, First Man to Circle the Globe, Is Dead at 95

3 years ago by martin merzer
America lost a hero Thursday. John Herschel Glenn Jr. is dead. He was 95. Doctors said he had been ill for some time. Glenn was the first American to orbit Earth, and he later became the oldest human to fly in space. He resonated with Americana — God, family, country...

The Ten Best Things to Do in Hialeah

3 years ago by Laurie Charles
Let’s be honest — Hialeah is the butt of Miami’s jokes. But there’s more to the City of Progress than agua, fango, y factoría. In fact, Hialeah is rich in history; it was the place to be in the roaring ‘20s, and even attracted the likes of Harry S. Truman,...

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Confirms That the Movies Don't Get Tina Fey

4 years ago by Melissa Anderson
The title of Glenn Ficarra and John Requa’s strained dark comedy, in which the War in Afghanistan serves as the backdrop to an American woman’s self-actualizing journey, is the military phonetic-alphabet rendering of WTF. The mild Islamophobia and highly questionable casting choices in the film call to mind other texting...

The Most Iconic Landmarks in (Almost) Every Miami-Dade City

4 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Miami-Dade has a lot of interesting architecture and structures, but most of the attention is paid to Miami and Miami Beach. That doesn't mean the suburbs don't pull their weight, though. In fact, you can find everything from city halls that look ripped straight out of Aladdin to one of...

Miami's Five Best Concerts This Week

4 years ago by Laurie Charles
Bleeth. Presented by Ladies Night. Wednesday, July 8, 10 p.m. Kill Your Idol, 222 Española Way, Miami Beach; 305-534-1009; Admission is free. Ages 21 and up. "We wanted something that when you heard it, you didn't have anything to relate it to or have some preconceived idea of," Bleeth guitarist and former...

Wham, Bam, Pan Am

8 years ago by Amanda McCorquodale
When ABC aired Pan Am, its now-defunct series about the glory days of air travel in the '60s, we wondered if it would include Miami. After all, the airline began and ended in our city despite living out its heyday at its NYC headquarters. It was established on Miami's Dinner...

Miami's Ten Under $10 Weekend Party Guide

4 years ago by Laurie Charles
Sealion. With Red Nectar, Party Static, and Milkspot. Presented by Cheap Miami Records. Friday, July 24, 10 p.m. Gramps, 176 NW 24th St., Miami; 305­-699-­2669; Admission costs $5. Get ready for some "Heavy Fizz" and "margarita punk" with Dallas' Sealion. Then stick around for some "smooth indie-tinged fuzz rock"...

Why Has Liberal Talk Radio Failed in Miami?

5 years ago by Rich Robinson
Political liberals are almost everywhere in Miami. They're lining up for pro-Obama rallies. They're filling up our college campuses. And they're sure as hell showing up at the ballot box. (Yes, even the Cuban ones.) But there's one place you won't find left-leaners in South Florida: on the radio...

Fiery Debate Over Miami Air Show in Everglades

4 years ago by Jessica Weiss
Roger Hammer is searching for wildflowers. A wilderness photographer since 1972, the tall, sturdy 70-year-old has spent much of his life in the world-famous swamps of South Florida. With a long gray ponytail swaying across his back, he steps over the soft, algae-covered slough floor about 60 miles west of...

Biogenesis Just Hints at Florida's Anti-Aging Catastrophe

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Outside a $600,000 Coconut Grove condo, the pool glittered blue in the afternoon sunlight and tennis balls popped off a green asphalt court. Inside, a tornado hit. Sharon Cohen watched her heavily tattooed Spanish husband, Alvaro, slam his head over and over against a TV set. She'd recently filed for...

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