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As the Economy Sinks Ever Lower, Miami's Nightlife Industry Has Been Left to Fend for Itself

4 months ago by Kat Bein
There's still no clear path forward for Miami's venues and nightlife staff.
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Salt Bae's Miami Steakhouse Faces Class-Action Lawsuit for Allegedly Underpaying Servers

1 year ago by Zachary Fagenson
A federal judge last Wednesday said an eight-month-old wage lawsuit against the restaurateur and salt-sprinkling social media icon Nusret Gökçe can now include every person who has worked in a tipped position at his Brickell Avenue restaurant since it opened in late 2017.
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State Audit Finds Insanely Huge List of Problems With Opa-locka Government

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
Opa-locka is a city that pretty much shouldn't exist. The FBI raided City Hall in 2016. City services are broken to the point that straight-up human feces recently flooded city streets. To fix the mess, officials brought in ex-County Manager Merrett Stierheim, a man who's seen his fair share of political shenanigans, but Stierheim quit and said the place wasn't fixable. Some of the city's own residents in 2017 tried to mount a (failed) campaign to dissolve Opa-locka entirely.
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Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz's New Climate "Plan" Absolutely Sucks

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
In response to the Green New Deal, Rep. Matt Gaetz is proposing a competing plan, snarkily titled the "Green Real Deal." The problem with the plan, however, is that it sucks. If America relies solely on the provisions in Gaetz's plan, the planet will cook and the seas will swallow us whole.
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The UN and Red Cross Keep Criticizing the Trump/Rubio Group's Moves on Venezuela

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
President Donald Trump has effectively deputized Florida Sen. Marco Rubio to lead the administration's regime-change efforts in Venezuela. Despite the involvement of warmongering National Security Advisor John Bolton and genocide abetter Elliott Abrams, even most mainstream Democrats are praising Rubio's push to oust Venezuelan strongman Nicolás Maduro.
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The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

3 years ago by Celia Almeida
Miami VR Expo; Mix Live with Bad Bunny, Enrique Iglesias, and Ozuna; and more of the best things to do in Miami this weekend.
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The Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

3 years ago by Jesse Scott
Thursday Things that are now 33 years old: The original Wrestlemania. Pictionary. Back to the Future. And, locally, the Community Arts Program's (CAP) Summer Concert Series! The series' 33rd year will kick off Thursday with a snazzy performance by CAP's All-Star Jazz Ensemble, rockin' out to everything from Glenn Miller...
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In Furious 7, Vin Diesel and Company Are Faster, Furiouser — and They'll Make You Cry

6 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
You may, like me, have seen all of the Fast and Furious movies, and you may, like me, have enjoyed most or many of them. You may also, like me, have a hard time remembering exactly what happened in each film. You needn't worry.
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Lost & Found Saloon Lives on Inside Churchill's Pub

3 years ago by Zachary Fagenson
Though Lost & Found Saloon shuttered earlier this month, the beloved bar and restaurant's food is still available, and owner Ken Bercel says he won't stop cooking even while looking for a new place. "We've had a lot of loyal customers throughout the years who've really enjoyed the atmosphere and food,...
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Venezuelan Oligarchs Who Robbed Country Bring Cash and Corruption to Miami and Houston

4 years ago by Zach Despart
Valentina Villafane was sitting in her second-grade classroom when the tear gas canister exploded. The principal of her private school outside Barquisimeto, Venezuela, saw it first — an errant volley from a national guardsman that flew between the bars of the school's gate and rolled to the front door. The...

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