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The Five Best Food and Drink Events in Miami This Week

2 days ago by Clarissa Buch
This week, Crafted by Corsair returns for a four-course beer-pairing dinner with Biscayne Bay Brewing Company at Corsair Kitchen & Bar; Pubbelly Sushi partners with local workout studios to offer dining discounts to gym members; and J. Wakefield Brewing and Edge Steak & Bar launch a collab beer to benefit the Rural Firefighters of New South Wales. Plus...
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Walking Dead Star Norman Reedus Shares Photo Exhibit During Miami Art Week

2 months ago by Flor Frances
A collection of photos taken by Reedus is on display at the Bonnier Gallery.
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The Six Best Free Things to Do in Miami This Week

4 months ago by Jesse Scott
Beachside yoga, an art tour of the Design District, and more of the best free things to do this week.
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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Chicken Parm, Ice-Cream Dinner, and Broken Shaker

4 months ago by Clarissa Buch
This week, Macchialina serves chef/owner Mike Pirolo's chicken parm sandwich for one night only, while Dasher & Crank hosts a two-night ice-cream dinner with chef Alex Lotero. Plus, Corsair Kitchen & Bar's final beer dinner with Concrete Beach Brewery and the Broken Shaker pops up at the Citadel.
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Titus Andronicus Tackles Life's Tumult With Raucous Punk Bangers — and Humor

3 months ago by Zach Schlein
In advance of a November 11 show at Churchill's Pub, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles talks about the "raucous punk bangers" of the group's latest album and touches on the "punch line" of the beloved punk group's discography.
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Despite Common Belief, Floridians Can't Always Get a Free Public Defender

3 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
With no remaining options, Lazaro Rodriguez could only beg Miami-Dade County Judge Andrew Hague for mercy. But his pleas were in vain. Hague was yelling at him now — in English, a language Rodriguez barely understood.
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Tropical Storm Gordon Forms, Batters South Florida and Keys With Wind and Rain

1 year ago by Tim Elfrink
Miami was already bracing for a miserable Labor Day thanks to a tropical wave blowing out of the Caribbean. But as of 8:30 a.m., the National Hurricane Center is actually going to be worse than predicted — that wave has now formed into Tropical Storm Gordon over the upper Keys...
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Broward Prosecutors Quietly Dropped Investigation Into Drug Analyst Accused of Misconduct

5 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
By 2014, the Broward Sheriff's Office (BSO) and Broward State Attorney's Office had learned of misconduct allegations against former BSO crime lab analyst Kelli McDonald. That year, New Times broke the news that multiple cases handled by McDonald had either tainted or missing drug evidence.
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Broward Public Defenders Accuse Head Prosecutor of "Institutional Failures" of Justice

6 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
State Attorney Mike Satz has been the top prosecutor in Broward County since 1976. He's somehow won every single reelection bid, every four years, for the past 43 years. In that time, the criminal-justice world has changed around him.
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The Best Free Events in Miami This Week

9 months ago by Celia Almeida
Free films, Earth Day events, a Pirate Festival, and more of the best free events happening in South Florida this week, April 15 through 21.

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