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A Miami-Based Jail Health-Care Company Profits While Patients Die

1 month ago by Brittany Shammas
The voice on the other end of the line sounded so thin, so frail, that at first Erika Williams didn't recognize it as her son's. It was only by the ten digits glowing on her iPhone — the number for the Flagler County jail — that she realized who was calling her February 4, 2019, a balmy Monday in North Florida.
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Damo Suzuki, Frontman of Can, Will Launch His First American Tour in 12 Years in Miami

3 days ago by Daniel A. Brown
Legendary Can front-man Damo Suzuki will launch his first American tour in 12 years in Miami. The show will double as his first-ever Florida show.
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Jazz Singer Melinda Rodriguez Represents Miami on The Voice

6 days ago by Suzannah Friscia
Melinda Rodriguez wants to make “real, old-school jazz” cool again. The 23-year-old Miami native is getting her chance to show the world what she’s made of on this season of The Voice.
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Worker at Homestead Migrant Shelter Says Children's "Mini Prison" Should Be Closed

14 days ago by Jessica Lipscomb
For the past nine weeks, workers at the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children have reported to their jobs at the facility for migrant kids, despite the fact that all children were transferred out of the camp in early August.
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The Nightmare in the Bahamas Is Far From Over

21 days ago by Zachary Fagenson
The devastation on Great Abaco wasn't apparent at first. While the pilot we'd paid $1,300 for the 45-minute flight from Nassau began the plane's descent, the teal-and-cobalt Atlantic gave way to vast expanses of jagged green spits bordering shallow, sandy lagoons. A grounded boat lying on its side some 500 yards inland was the first indication of what was to come.
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New Documentary Features Veterans Shunning Pharmaceuticals for Cannabis

1 month ago by Carlos Miller
The fact that the federal government has been lying to the people of the United States for decades about the dangers of cannabis is especially jarring to shellshocked veterans of war who were under the impression they were fighting for truth, justice, and the American way.
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Punk Meets K-Pop With Korean Band Day6

1 month ago by Minhae Shim Roth
Day6’s music is classified as K-pop, but its sound is reminiscent of the punk-pop bands of the early 2000s.
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South Florida Breweries Help Hurricane Dorian Relief Efforts for the Bahamas

2 months ago by David Minsky
Miami-area breweries are helping to raise money and supplies to help the people of the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian.
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Rick Ross' Memoir Details His Struggles With Drugs and Mourns Nipsey Hussle

2 months ago by Anna Hopkins
Rick Ross' memoir, Hurricanes, is an opportunity for the rapper to share a side of himself he hasn't revealed through his lengthy catalog.
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Adora's Den Is a New Queer Party With an Environmental Bend

2 months ago by Chris Malone
Adora’s Den, Miami's latest monthly party, stands at the intersection of queer nightlife and environmental awareness.

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