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Does Miami Have Enough Hospital Beds to Handle COVID-19? Harvard Data Says No

7 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Harvard researchers found that only a 20 percent COVID-19 infection rate would overwhelm hospitals in the Miami area.

Miami's Air Pollution Might Lead to Higher COVID-19 Death Rate

6 months ago by Joshua Ceballos
Record-high temperatures from global warming plus too many cars on the road have made Miami's air polluted with ozone.

Parkland Teen Kyle Kashuv Says He Was Kicked Out of Harvard for Saying the N-Word

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
As of mere days ago, it appeared David Hogg and Kyle Kashuv — two survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre who became activists on opposite sides of the political spectrum — were about to attend Harvard University together.

UM Junior Describes Study-Abroad Students Fleeing Italy en Masse

7 months ago by Naomi Feinstein
The small Florence-Peretola airport could not seem to handle the influx of international students trying to leave the country.

Miami's Trans and Drag Community Teaches Diversity and Inclusion Through a Videogame

8 months ago by Liz Tracy
A videogame isn't the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of ways to help people become more understanding of one another. But that's precisely what Karl and Kevin Allen do with their company, E.I. Games. The couple crafts interactive games that teach emotional intelligence in business practices...

Juan Roberto Diago Picks at the Scars Left by Racism in His Native Cuba

10 months ago by Artburst Miami
It’s not likely anyone would call Juan Roberto Diago a brilliant colorist. Rather, his palette skews more to the ashy gray and black tones of William Kentridge, who has employed charcoal drawings for years to evoke riveting dramas of injustice, inspired by his lengthy experience with systemic racist policies in...

Uncle Luke: Turns Out Kamala Harris Is the Black Presidential Candidate Who Deserves Our Vote

1 year ago by Luther Campbell
A few weeks ago, I had an unexpected phone conversation with California's U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, the Democratic presidential candidate whom I gave no chance of winning the black vote. Harris reached out because I've harshly criticized her in this column space since she began her campaign for the White House.

Miami-Area Hospital Diagnoses Medical Marijuana Patient With Drug Abuse

1 year ago by Jess Nelson
The morning of June 20, Michael Morell woke up as he did every weekday, when his alarm clock rang at 6. The 34-year-old father of two sat up and reached over to his bedside table to hit snooze. But when he attempted to lie back down, his muscles became rigid, leaving him frozen in a sitting position.

A 14-Year Neighborhood Feud Involved Restraining Orders, Spells, and Jail Time

1 year ago by Terence Cantarella
Listen to the full "Loathe Thy Neighbor" story below: Mark Cantor was pulling his green Mini Cooper into his driveway one evening when a pair of headlights jumped the curb behind him and came barreling across the front lawn, straight toward him. The 54-year-old graphic designer was barefoot. As usual,...

Miami Once Again Named Most "Rent-Burdened" City in U.S.

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Miami has become a stupidly, ludicrously expensive place for non-billionaires to live. Once again, a new dataset shows Miami residents are still the most "rent-burdened" people in America.

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