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FBI Launches a Miami Anti-Corruption Task Force Focused on South America

7 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
In a piece of news that begs the question, "What the hell were you doing beforehand?," the FBI yesterday announced in a press release that it's creating a permanent task force to investigate money-laundering and corruption in Miami's real estate sector. Per the FBI release, the new "Miami International Corruption Squad" will...

South Florida Pastor and Trump Ally Courts Latin America's Religious Right

30 days ago by Manuel Madrid
The Trump administration has been a boon to all kinds: con men, comedians, corporate shareholders, nativists, white nationalists, pollsters, pundits, political scientists, and even Vladimir Putin. The list is long. But go down far enough and you're sure to find the name of South Florida Pastor Mario Bramnick.

South America's Biggest Movie Star, Hugo Chávez, Accuses Israel of Genocide

10 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Oliver Stone predicts he'll have a hard time finding distribution for his latest documentary, South of the Border, a cinematic love letter to Venezuela's controversial president, Hugo Chávez.   "This is a bigger issue than Mr. Chávez and South America," Stone tells Reuters. "Not only is there a revolution there, but...

Top 5 Really Strange Foods of South America and the Caribbean

10 years ago by Jacob Katel
People to the south of Miami think America's chemical-laden, hormone-injected, infinite shelf-lifed, processed, packaged, industrially produced, lab-tested, factory-farmed food is crazy.But they eat jungle creatures. Now that's weird. Here are our top 5 really strange (totally natural and organic) foods of South America and the Caribbean...

Sebastián Yatra's Music Dreams Began in South Florida

1 month ago by Luis Gomez
Before he was performing at the Latin Grammys and topping Latin music charts, Sebastián Yatra was a soccer-playing South Florida student with musical aspirations.

South Beach Wine & Food Festival 2020 Highlights: Pizza Party, Gospel & Falafel, and Marcus Samuelsson

2 days ago by Laine Doss
The five-day fete is slated for February 19 through 23, 2020, and will offer more than 100 parties, dinners, and events. Though the festivities are spread across Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, the festival's epicenter remains South Beach, where massive tents will be erected oceanside, on the sand.

South Florida Breweries Help Hurricane Dorian Relief Efforts for the Bahamas

16 days ago by David Minsky
Miami-area breweries are helping to raise money and supplies to help the people of the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian.

More Than 40,000 People Move Annually To Miami From Caribbean and South America

4 years ago by Jessica Weiss
It’s no secret that virtually everyone in this town comes from somewhere else. But just where do we hail from and in what proportions? New migration data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows where people were coming from when they moved to the Miami area between 2009 and 2013. As...

Five Far-Right Pundits With Ties to South Florida

1 month ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Florida is sometimes described as a so-called "purple state," but for some reason, the Sunshine State seems to both breed and attract a huge number of folks on the far right end of the political spectrum. Internet kooks like Ben Shapiro and Candace Owens regularly visit to give speeches or produce "content" for social media, and bigoted loons like Mike Hill and Joe Gruters somehow keep getting elected to office.

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