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Ultimate Miami Drag Queen Pageant Salutes American Idol Alum Ada Vox and Reigning Queen Karla Croqueta

26 days ago by Chris Malone
The fierce competition is set to crown its next queen at Magic City Casino Saturday, March 28.
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Peek Into Trenton Doyle Hancock's Moundverse at Locust Projects

3 months ago by Artburst Miami
Trenton Doyle Hancock has dramatically transformed Locust Projects in Miami. The entryway into the alternative art space now resembles a fully stocked toy store, offering Hancock’s branded “Moundverse Infants” action figures, meticulously displayed. A brightly colored quatrefoil pattern animates the packaging and provides a floor pattern that leads back to the main gallery...
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Florida Prison Guards Joked About Shootings, Violence During #FeelingCute Challenge

12 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
The latest viral craze to get some fools in trouble with their bosses is the #FeelingCute challenge — a meme wherein users post that they're #FeelingCute and about to do something wild at their jobs. For at least four Florida prison guards, "feeling cute" apparently meant committing acts of hypothetical violence or abusing inmates.
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The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

1 year ago by Celia Almeida
Miami Pride Week, Of Montreal, and more of the best things to do in Miami this weekend, April 5 through 7.
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The Best Free Events in Miami This Week

1 year ago by Celia Almeida
Pride Week, the O, Miami Poetry Festival, Miami Riverday, and more of the best free events happening in South Florida this week, April 1 through 7.
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The Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

1 year ago by Jesse Scott
Thursday Since its 2009 inception, Miami Beach Pride has simply been a blast. The 2019 edition looks like it won't buck that trend. After attracting more than 145,000 people to its events in 2018, Pride this year will boast special events, social mixers, a VIP gala, a two-day festival, and...
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Cancer, Diabetes, and Glaucoma Can't Stop Restaurateur Richard Hales

1 year ago by Zachary Fagenson
"Hello, my love. If the unspeakable happens, this is what I want you to do with the assets and businesses." So began what Richard Hales thought would be the last letter he would send to his wife Jenny. It arrived January 1, 2019, seven days before surgery to remove the...
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Royal Caribbean Knew Zipline Company Was Dangerous Long Before a Newlywed Was Tragically Killed

1 year ago by Meg O'Connor
On her 59th birthday, September 3, 2015, Alyda Chimene departed the Port of Miami on Royal Caribbean's Navigator of the Seas and headed ashore for a ziplining excursion in Roatan, Honduras. Chimene, who is from Austin, Texas, thought the tour would be safe, since – as she would later state...
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Eat a Doughnut and Drink a Texas Lemonade to Benefit Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

3 years ago by Laine Doss
Hurricane Harvey has left a trail of devastation, taking 40 lives so far, with millions of people trying to pick up the pieces of their storm-ravaged communities.Barely days after the 25th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew, Miamians are finding ways to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Wynwood Yard is hosting a Hurricane, Harvey benefit concert on Labor Day and on Saturday, Cafe Caruba in Coral Gables is offering a tostada and cafe con leche for $10, which will be donated to Global Giving for hurricane disaster relief efforts. Now, several Miami Beach bars and restaurants have come together to raise funds for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in a most delicious way: the Texas lemonade.

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