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The Seven Best Food and Drink Events in Miami This Weekend

4 days ago by Clarissa Buch
This weekend, the forthcoming Doral Yard will host a pop-up at Tripping Animals Brewing, while the seventh-annual Redland GrowFest returns to the Fruit & Spice Park. Plus, Verde will debut an exhibit-inspired menu, the South Florida Seafood Festival will take over Miami Marine Stadium just in time for stone crab season...
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Let's Remember the Time Joe Biden Locked a Florida Journalist in a Closet

30 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Joe Biden, the former vice president running to replace Donald Trump as America's top porridge-brained senile mess of a leader, has had a hell of a week. Biden, age 76, seems so old that it might be actively dangerous to let him campaign for the presidency...
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September 2019 Miami Restaurant Openings and Closings

21 days ago by Laine Doss
Though Hurricane Dorian threatened Miami at the beginning of the month, September saw a lot of growth in Miami's food scene.  A number of restaurants and bars opened in anticipation of the upcoming season.
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Toes in Sand, Beer in Hand at Brews at the Beach

2 months ago by David Minsky
Beer festivals in Florida are typically held at a park or in a parking lot, but Brews at the Beach will let you down some brews while shoving your toes in the sand. Get ready to party December 7 on Fort Lauderdale Beach at Sunrise Boulevard and A1A.
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The Ten Best Tourist Attractions in Miami

3 months ago by Luis Gomez
Tourists can't get enough of Miami. They love it so much they sport "I'm in Miami, Bitch" tank tops on South Beach. You might turn your nose up at visitors and avoid the places they frequent, but you can't really blame them for their enthusiasm. Miami is an escape that offers the sun and sin lacking back home.
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The 14 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

3 months ago by Jesse Scott
Thursday A few weeks ago, Jennifer Lopez's NYC concert was so electrifying that Manhattan fell into darkness. Sure, authorities blamed the blackout on a normal power failure, but given Lopez's epic and energetic stage performances, it's hard not to imagine the two were related. J.Lo always brings the magic live,...
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Miami's First Vegandale Festival Was Hot in More Ways Than One

3 months ago by Laine Doss
This past Saturday, Vegandale Food & Drink Festival rolled into Virginia Key. Though the skies threatened rain for most of the morning, there was none in sight as thousands of people gathered to sample meatless food from local and national restaurants.
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Honeybee Doughnuts, Bulla Gastrobar Will Up the Falls' Food Game

5 months ago by Laine Doss
Honeybee Doughnuts is poised to open a second shop at the Falls Shopping Center.The first Honeybee Doughnuts opened in South Miami almost exactly three years ago with owner Karen Muirhead, a corporate executive with a dream, decided to finally open a small shop featuring baked good made with buttermilk, honey, and organic butter in many recipes. "That really makes them amazing," she says. "It makes a difference in how things are going to taste. I'm trying to go for the highest-quality ingredients possible."
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Best of Miami 2019: The Best Bands and Musicians

New Times' annual Best of Miami issue will be released online tomorrow morning, with hundreds of staff picks of the finest people, places, and culture that ruled South Florida in the past year. Can't wait? Here's a sneak peek at a few of the winners who have helped define Miami...
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Luminosa! Festival of Lights at Jungle Island Could Be Miami's Next NightGarden

5 months ago by Suzannah Friscia
Imagine walking through a forest of illuminated jellyfish and fluorescent coral, letting glowing alligators and flamingos light the night sky, and passing through scenes decorated with the vibrant colors of the Wynwood art district—all made from handcrafted Chinese lanterns. That’s what’s in the works at Miami’s Jungle Island, which will...

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