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

8 days ago by Kat Bein
There's still no clear path forward for Miami's venues and nightlife staff.
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Exclusive Excerpt: The Year of Dangerous Days: Riots, Refugees, and Cocaine in Miami 1980

14 days ago by Nicholas Griffin
Exclusive excerpt from Nicholas Griffin's chronicle of a watershed year in Miami.
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Photo of Packed Bus Shows What's Wrong With Miami-Dade Transit

4 months ago by Alexi C. Cardona
If during normal times a picture is worth a thousand words, during a pandemic some pictures are worth a thousand facepalms.
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Get Ready for Capone Biopic by Revisiting the Mobster's Old Miami Haunts

3 months ago by Luis Gomez
Read up on the places in Miami with a connection to the Prohibition era mobster.
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Miami Couple Stranded in Philippines During Global Pandemic

4 months ago by Francisco Alvarado
Zhang and Makki have been unable to flee the island of Panglao, and their chances of returning home to Miami are dwindling.
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How to Keep the Kids Busy During Social Distancing

5 months ago by Liz Tracy
If you're stuck at home with the kids for the foreseeable future, here are the best fun-filled ways to keep everybody busy.
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Okeechobee 2020 Day Three: Vampire Weekend, Blood Orange, Earthgang, and Others

5 months ago by Olivia McAuley
Day three of Okeechobee saw the music festival bring out the musical heavy hitters to keep festivalgoers…well, going, amid the ever-lowering temperatures. Even as the air grew more frigid and attendees began dressing more and more conservatively, Yung Bae’s brand of future funk kept us warm in spirit, if not...
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Miami Metro Ranked Among Top Areas for Minority-Owned Startups

10 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Despite attracting shady condo sales and sleazy politicians, the Miami metropolitan area is also fertile ground for startups. It's so fertile, in fact, South Florida ranks among the top four places in the nation for new minority-owned businesses.
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The 15 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

6 months ago by Douglas Markowitz
Every third Thursday of the month, Miami Beach makes many of its cultural attractions free to the public during its Culture Crawl. From 6 to 9 p.m., walk, bike, or take the white trolley to see ballet in Collins Park, survey fine art at the Bass, visit...
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How to Get Around Miami During Super Bowl Weekend

6 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Prepare for the once-in-a-decade transit headaches promised by Super Bowl LIV.

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