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Eyes on Miami: Bad Bunny, Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Kim Kardashian, and Others

5 days ago by World Red Eye
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with World Red Eye,...

The 14 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

5 months ago by Jesse Scott
Thursday A few weeks ago, Jennifer Lopez's NYC concert was so electrifying that Manhattan fell into darkness. Sure, authorities blamed the blackout on a normal power failure, but given Lopez's epic and energetic stage performances, it's hard not to imagine the two were related. J.Lo always brings the magic live,...

The Children's Museum, Inc.

19 years ago by Kirk Nielsen
Hey, kids, guess what? After four years without a home, your Miami Children's Museum may have found one, in a magical place called Watson Island. The board of directors hopes to begin building it next February with seven million dollars in public and private money it has collected over the...

Holy Wars, Inc.

22 years ago by John Lantigua
White-haired Gerardo Lastra is behind the counter at his business, the raucous Riviera Botanica in the Allapattah section of Miami, when an unusual pair of customers cruises in. One is a portly Santeria priest in a flowered shirt, an elderly man Lastra knows as Vicente. The client with the santero,...

Tony Ridder and the Heritage of Arrogance

23 years ago by Jim Mullin
Sometime this week Judge Robert Kaye is expected to rule on a lawsuit this newspaper brought against P. Anthony Ridder, chairman of Knight-Ridder, Inc. As we all know, Knight-Ridder owns the Miami Herald (and more than two dozen other newspapers). Tony Ridder, one of the nation's top media executives, unceremoniously...

The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

1 year ago by Celia Almeida
Junglepussy, Noah Cyrus, Drake with Migos, and more of the best concerts in Miami September 17 through September 23.

The 21 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

1 year ago by Jesse Scott
The Miami Beach Kizomba Festival is back for a fifth year. What is kizomba? Well, it's an Angolan word that translates to "party," so it's already off to a great start. The four-day fest celebrates African culture, music, and dance. Highlights of this year's edition include the Classy All...

Knights Arts Challenge People's Choice: Delou Africa Works to Preserve African Heritage in South Florida

4 years ago by Shelly Davidov
The Knight Arts Challenge South Florida 2015 People's Choice Awards nominees are live. The community can vote now through November 17 via text message for one of four selected Knight Arts Challenge finalists to receive $20,000 to fund their projects. It's a text-to-vote campaign: pick your favorite group, and text...

New Times Investigation: Drug Traffickers Are Buying Up Planes in South Florida

2 years ago by Penn Bullock
With fighter jets on its tail, a Cessna nine-seater streaked through the air over Las MarĂ­as, a tiny hamlet with unpaved roads and a single airstrip tucked deep in the Honduran jungle. The plane dipped and then came in for a landing. Government troops, who had been alerted not long...

The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

2 years ago by Ciara LaVelle
Sway those hips to the crooning of Marc Anthony Friday. Eat your way through delicious Tex-Mex cuisine at Tacolandia Saturday. Brush up your K-pop knowledge at the Fillmore to close out the weekend. And then get ready to do it over and over and over again until the New Year.

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