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Miami's Ten Biggest Political Stories of 2017

2 years ago by Miami New Times staff
This was the year when Miami politics went full drunken circus. Donald Trump repeatedly gave prime seats to a notorious former Miami cult member who once stood trial for murder. His top adviser had a secret South Florida history tied to drug dealers and mystery apartments. And Marco Rubio continued to be a spineless embarrassment.
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For Binomio, a Flamenco Friendship Extends From the Studio to the Stage

2 years ago by Artburst Miami
Great friendships can nurture and inspire an artist to make greater work. Think of Pablo Picasso and Wifredo Lam, James Baldwin and Toni Morrison, and Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Such is also the case for flamenco dancers Francisco Hidalgo and Anabel Moreno, who will perform this weekend at...
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After Irma, Animal Rescue Volunteers Traveled From Texas to Help Florida Pets

2 years ago by Maria de Los Angeles
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, many pets joined the ranks of strays, precariously living on South Florida streets. Some owners who evacuated left their pets behind during the storm, and surviving animals — confused, hungry, and traumatized — either got trapped or wandered away from their homes.
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Reporter Says Her Trinidadian Husband Was Detained at Fort Lauderale Airport Last Night

3 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Donald Trump's travel ban last week was directed at seven majority-Muslim countries: Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and Sudan. Trinidad, which sits seven miles off the coast of Venezuela in the Caribbean, is nowhere near any of those nations. That fact, however, apparently did not stop border patrol agents...
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Miami Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart Wrongly Says Muslim Ban Is Like "Wet Foot, Dry Foot" Repeal

3 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Miami Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, who is Fidel Castro's nephew by marriage, has never been afraid to make ridiculous claims about his uncle's regime. In 2009, Diaz-Balart actually argued that people who want to end the Cuban embargo are just like Nazi sympathizers. (They aren't.) Yesterday, Diaz-Balart made yet another factually dubious Cuba-related statement...
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State Department: Remove Cuba From List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

5 years ago by Tim Elfrink
For more than three decades, Cuba has joined such nefarious characters as Iran, Sudan and Syria on the U.S. State Department's list of countries that support terrorism abroad. Even as Havana has become a well-traveled international tourism hub sharing little in common with Tehran or Damascus, the designation has remained,...
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Little River Summer Plant Sale: Pigeon Peas, Marigolds, and Spearmint

5 years ago by Hannah Sentenac
Summer is a confusing time for many Miami gardeners. Besides mangoes, is there anything to grow? Do the fields fall barren? Is the only option plastic-wrapped produce from Publix? Luckily, Muriel Olivares and Tiffany Noe of Little River Cooperative are here to rid Miami of these misconceptions. This Saturday and...
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A Solitary Eye

5 years ago by Carlos Suarez De Jesus
A solitary man praying in the vast expanse of the Sahara desert outside Algeria. Africa's Dinka people herding longhorn cattle in a dusty region of the Sudan. A Nenet nomad caught in a blustery windstorm in Siberia. A soaring iceberg in Antarctica sculpted into a fairy-tale castle by the inexorable...
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Music Streams From the Nile to Florida

5 years ago by Artburst Miami
Like few other rivers, the Nile has captured humankind's imagination from antiquity to today -- a source of life and inspiration, but of conflict as well. Just ask the men and women who integrate the group of performers, educators and activists known as the Nile Project. Incredible music springs from...
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Water Dance Project Takes To the Beach

5 years ago by Artburst Miami
When dancing in tandem with the elements, anything can happen, which is part of the beauty of The National Water Dance Project's site-specific performance on Saturday, taking place on the sand and on the edge of the water in North Beach. "The sand, the water, affects the way the body...

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