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Broward Public Defenders Accuse Head Prosecutor of "Institutional Failures" of Justice

2 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 Six Best Food and Drink Events in Miami This Weekend

4 days ago by Clarissa Buch
Salt & Straw, the Portland, Oregon-based ice-cream shop, hosts two pop-ups with $1 creams, while Grovetoberfest returns to Regatta Park with more than 500 brews. Plus, South Beach's Macchialina launches Red Sauce Sundays, and LT Steak and Seafood hosts a beer dinner with Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective.
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Hometown, Bon Gout, and Others Kindle a Quiet Barbecue Revolution

7 days ago by Zachary Fagenson
The sweet smell of smoke is wafting over Miami, and it's not coming from the parking lot of that new medical marijuana dispensary. It's emanating from the Citadel, where Richard Hales is test-smoking brisket, beef ribs, and pork ribs for his soon-to-open Society BBQ. Nearby in Little Haiti, Bon Gout...
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Maduro Official Trolls U.S. With Travel Advisory Following Mass Shootings

2 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Under constant international pressure for the hellish conditions they helped create in Venezuela, members of the regime of strongman Nicolás Maduro never pass up an opportunity to point out the flaws of nations criticizing them.
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Miami-Area Hospital Diagnoses Medical Marijuana Patient With Drug Abuse

2 months 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.
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University of Miami to Lead National Study on Aging People With HIV

3 months ago by Jess Nelson
New HIV cases are on the decline nationwide — except for the Southeast. Nearly half of all HIV cases are now in minority communities in Southern states, and Miami's rate of HIV infection is nearly four times that of the U.S. average.
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Bad Medicine

25 years ago by Elise Ackerman
The rumors had been swirling around Miami's AIDS community for at least two years: Dr. Homer L. Kirkpatrick, Jr., would do more for his patients than just treat their HIV infections. But the allegations of sexual misconduct seemed too outrageous to believe. Yet even after some patients began discussing in...
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Medicine Men

29 years ago by Ben Greenman
The age-old question "Is there a doctor in the house?" is answered in duplicate this week with The Doctor and Doc Hollywood. In the wake of a bombs-away July in which Hollywood hardly showed a pulse, these early-August offerings, both about physicians, both based on books written by physicians, have...
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Arbetter's Has Been a Miami Classic for 60 Years

3 months ago by Zachary Fagenson
How does a Miami restaurant become an institution? The odds are against it. Besides the elements and the constant struggle of building a business, restaurant owners must contend with fickle populations who remake Miami every decade or so as well as breakneck development. The two key elements to making this happen, it seems, are obsession and luck.
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With "Reconstructing Identity," Miami MoCAAD Explores the Diversity Within Diversity

4 months ago by Taylor Estape
The Ward Rooming House, built in Overtown in 1925 and designated a historic site in 2006, is a vestige of Jim Crow-era Miami. When Black and Native American travelers were turned away or harassed at other hotels in the city, Ward Rooming House was a safe place for them to...

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