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"Habitual Offender" Dog Shop Fights to Stay Open After City Passes Anti-Puppy Mill Law

1 year ago by Tarpley Hitt
Puppy Collection Inc., a Broward County pet shop with interior decor like a Barbie Dreamhouse, sells a range of “teacup puppies” — the extremely small, $1,000 dogs you might find in Paris Hilton’s handbag. The store, whose slogan is “Where celebrities buy their puppies,” says it's a pet seller to the stars with “over 100+ celebrities” as clients.
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Miami Cell Phone Company Agrees to Fix Huge Data-Leakage Scandal

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
Most cell-phone-using Americans might not be familiar with BLU, a Miami-based tech company that makes budget-level Android phones and sells them at markedly cheap prices. But the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) alleges some third-party Chinese data-collection agencies knew BLU well. The company was secretly selling phones infected with spyware...
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New Times Forges Partnership With Pot Information Provider

1 year ago by New Times staff
Florida's fast-developing medical marijuana market is little explored or understood. Beginning today, Miami New Times and New Times Broward-Palm Beach are partnering with a national cannabis information company, Herban Planet, to bring you more about product-specific dispensaries, delivery services, local farms, attorneys, and more.
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A Miami Beach Scam Took Millions of Dollars From Thousands of Inventors, Feds Say UPDATED

2 years ago by Brittany Shammas
Ryan Masti could hardly believe what he was hearing. The soft-spoken college senior who'd grown up on a farm in a speck-size New York town listened breathlessly as a World Patent Marketing rep told him the company wanted to partner with him on his invention. In fact, the man told...
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Model at Miami Party Says She and Others Weren't Told It Was Milo Yiannopoulos' Event UPDATED

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
As Milo Yiannopoulos descended from the second floor of a place he advertised as an "abandoned cocaine mansion" in Miami last Friday night with a python named "Jared" draped around his arms, two models hid in a bathroom to avoid being photographed with the infamous anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant troll, one of those women tells New Times.
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Miami Is America's Beard-Friendliest City

3 years ago by Chuck Strouse
Forget Seattle, Portland and Austin, Miami is the most beard-friendly city in America by measure of social media posts and Google searches, according to the nation's biggest maker of facial trimmers.  Wahl Inc, does an annual review of of cities, and Miami barely topped Washington, DC, last year's winner,  in...
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South Florida Church Pursues Eternal Life Through Cryonics, Inflaming Critics and the IRS

4 years ago by Deirdra Funcheon
Upstairs in a beige church on McKinley Street in Hollywood, a 60-year-old with a full head of dark hair launches into a PowerPoint presentation full of big ideas and a bigger vocabulary. First, Bill Faloon gives a shoutout to Jonas Salk, inventor of the polio vaccine. "We need to put...
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Bernie Weiss Hunted Nazis and Hosted Mobsters in Havana — Now He Wants Justice

4 years ago by Michael E. Miller
Bernie Weiss could be your grandpa. Nestled on the 12th floor of a custard-colored Collins Avenue retirement home, his small studio apartment bears all the signs of senescence. The air inside is as cool and moist as a supermarket veggie aisle. The coffee table is spread with gummies and Publix...
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What to Wear to Supercon: Costume Advice From Callie Cosplay

6 years ago by Miami New Times staff
Summer is here! And while for some that might mean beach adventures and hours spent toasting in the sun, for others it's convention season. While some folks attend conventions as mere mortals, it's always more fun to let your super hero - or super geek - alter-ego come out to...
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Miami's Best Fried Chicken: A Top Ten List

6 years ago by Emily Codik
Eating fried chicken is no tidy affair. Golden brittle breading bursts after a gentle nibble. Bits of crust cascade beneath your chin. Juices flow. Fingers glisten. Lips gleam. (Call this gloss pollo frito; it sure as hell beats Chanel.) In Miami, a city brimming with restaurants of diverse ethnicities, fried...

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