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Ortanique on the Mile Closes After Two Decades in Coral Gables

15 days ago by Laine Doss
After 21 years in Coral Gables, Ortanique on the Mile has closed its doors for good, citing COVID-19.
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Miami Feels Tremors From Earthquake Near Cuba and Jamaica

6 months ago by Jessica Lipscomb
The earthquake was apparently so strong that tremors reached Miami.
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Davo Aims to Introduce the World to Psychedelic R&B

2 months ago by Shanae Hardy
Davo can't wait to introduce fans to his new sound.
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FIU Dreamers Await U.S. Supreme Court Decision This Month

2 months ago by Joshua Ceballos
Dreamers at FIU are left to wait and plan their next move in case the U.S. Supreme Court finds DACA's repeal was lawful.
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Art Curator Rosie Gordon-Wallace Stays On-Mission

2 months ago by Artburst Miami
Rosie Gordon-Wallace is focusing on the needs of Miami's artistic community.
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Third Horizon Film Festival Returns to Champion Caribbean Filmmaking in Miami

6 months ago by Jess Swanson
When the Miami-based Caribbean filmmaking collective Third Horizon screened Papa Machete — a film about a Haitian machete-fencing master — at Toronto International Film Festival and Sundance nearly six years ago, co-executive director Jason Fitzroy Jeffers and his colleagues couldn’t shake an observation...
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What to See and What to Skip at Third Horizon Film Festival 2020

6 months ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
From Wendy and Zombi Child to several remarkable shorts, here's New Times' critics guide on what to see at Third Horizon Film Festival 2020.
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Miami's Best Zero-Proof Mocktails for Dry January

7 months ago by Amber Love Bond
January has been coined "Dry January" for people choosing to abstain from alcohol for the first month of the year. Luckily, many South Florida restaurants and bars offer mocktails — alcohol-free cocktails for drinkers who are skipping booze but still want to keep an active social life.
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Konata's Restaurant

It's been decades since Sam Konata dished out his first vegetarian meal. These days at his small place, he serves as many fist bumps as he does sweet, sticky slices of vegan banana bread. His...
Caribbean, Vegetarian, Vegan, Organic
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Artists of the Caribbean Explore Their Basin of Beauty and Grief

8 months ago by Julienne Gage
In "The Visual Life of Social Affliction," Caribbean artists explore some of their region's greatest social concerns for an exhibit at the Little Haiti Cultural Center.

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