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Kodak Black Claims Miami Federal Prison Officials Are "Strategically" Killing Him

9 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Black took to Instagram this week to accuse officials in Miami federal prison of neglect and mistreatment.
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Sexual Assault Is the Most Publicly Reported Crime on Cruises, but Companies Say It's Rare

2 years ago by Meg O'Connor
Jane woke up early. It was five days into the cruise, and the Celebrity Summit would be docked in Bermuda for the rest of the day before setting sail for New Jersey. The night before, the 19-year-old had gone to a show with her parents and her childhood best friend...
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The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

2 years ago by Celia Almeida
Fuego Music Festival, Meek Mill, Jake Shimabukuro, and more of the best concerts in Miami this week, February 18 through 24.
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Alonso Ruizpalacios’ Museo Is Year’s Best and Most Existential Heist Film

2 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Its centerpiece is a breathless break-in at the National Anthropology Museum in Mexico City, as two 30ish suburbanites, played by Gael Garcia Bernal and Leonardo Ortizgris, attempt to loot artifacts from what is known as the Mayan room
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The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

2 years ago by Celia Almeida
Summer concert season is heating up with not one, but two South Florida shows by Justin Timberlake this week and a Saturday-night performance by Maluma at the American Airlines Arena. Ellen Allien will hit the decks at Floyd with Rex the Dog this Friday night, and New Found Glory will headline a benefit for the victims and survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
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Sixteen Miami Restaurants to Watch

3 years ago by New Times staff
Arson. 104 NE Second Ave., Miami; 786-717-6711; arsonmiami.com. About four years ago, Barcelona native Deme Lomas visited Miami on vacation and decided to stay. He took up in the kitchen of Sunset Harbour's Barceloneta before opening Niu Kitchen with partners Karina Iglesias and Adam Hughes. The place, like José Andrés'...
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South Florida Cultural Institutions Zoom in on Contemporary Cuban Art

3 years ago by Nicole Martinez
Since President Obama announced a rapprochement with Cuba in 2014, a renewed interest in the island nation has emerged: What was once off-limits to scores of curious American travelers was suddenly available, and cruise lines, airlines, and hoteliers leaped at the chance to grab a piece of Cuba's assured tourism fortune.
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Accessible Art: The Best Culture in South Florida This Week

4 years ago by Galena Mosovich
Craving culture? Look no further than our incisive roundup of the most interesting activities in South Florida’s visual and performing arts scene. Visual & Performing Arts "Zena Posever’s Studio: A Passion for People" is on view at Miami-Dade Public Library's main branch through Sunday, Aug. 28. The exhibition is a...
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Watch Aguirre, The Wrath of God While Floating Down the Miami River

8 years ago by Hannah Sentenac
"On a boat" is pretty much the perfect way to end any first person sentence. Particularly in Miami. "I ate stone crabs ... on a boat." "I got laid ... on a boat." "I met Kim Kardashian ... on a boat." See how it ups the excitement factor? "I watched...
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Los Amigos Invisibles Head to the Fillmore for an Acoustic Set

5 years ago by Junette Reyes
Ten albums and more than 20 years later, the party hasn't stopped for the Venezuelan group Los Amigos Invisibles, which has graced stages in 60-plus countries worldwide since its inception. Made up of vocalist Julio Briceño, percussionist Mauricio Arcas, bassist José Rafael Torres, and drummer Juan Manuel Roura, the band...

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