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Biogenesis Doctor Runs New Anti-Aging Clinic, and an NFL Superstar Showed Up on Its Instagram

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
In a clip posted for his 3.3 million Instagram followers this past March 28, Oakland Raiders star Antonio Brown stands in a weight room at Hollywood Hills High School while grasping a comically large medicine ball. The song “Baby Birkin” by the rapper Gunna reverberates through the gym, painted various...

"Habitual Offender" Dog Shop Fights to Stay Open After City Passes Anti-Puppy Mill Law

2 years ago by Tarpley Hitt
Puppy Collection Inc., a Broward County pet shop with interior decor like a Barbie Dreamhouse, sells a range of “teacup puppies” — the extremely small, $1,000 dogs you might find in Paris Hilton’s handbag. The store, whose slogan is “Where celebrities buy their puppies,” says it's a pet seller to the stars with “over 100+ celebrities” as clients.

Miami-Dade Almost Loaned $56 Million to Housing Firm With History of Defaults

3 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
In 2010, the Florida Housing Finance Corporation, a state body that loans money to build affordable housing, flunked an Atlanta developer called the American Opportunity Foundation (AOF) "due to past defaults, assignments, bankruptcies, or foreclosures" issued against the company's properties in years past. As of 2010, state regulators warned that 22 of the 80 loans listed on the foundation's report at the time were in default, so "AOF is not considered an acceptable general partner."

Free Food at Tamarind Thai Miami Beach for Life Is Art Networker

11 years ago by Jacob Katel
Hey artist! are you broke, hungry, like booze? Life Is Art has got your back.Life Is Art Inc. hosts a popular artistic meeting ground for an everyone is welcome crowd. At each event a different speaker addresses a topic unique to their field.This month's Creative Connections Artistic Networker is set...

Playing It Safe

19 years ago by Nina Korman
When the lineup of the first-ever JVC Jazz Festival-Miami Beach was announced, excitement and a certain wariness gripped South Florida jazz fans: anticipation for the possibility of luring topnotch talent promised by the prestigious JVC name; caution about the chances of enduring yet another mediocre musical mixed bag. Just a...

Bitten and Smitten in Flamingo

24 years ago by Lynda Edwards
Two naked men paddle canoes through tea-colored water swirled with green ooze, past shores dripping with scarlet blooms as big as babies' heads. The young men's canoes come to rest in the pond's center, then the pair stand up in their boats, arms lifted. Moonlight outlines their taut, firm bodies...

Where Man Meets Mud

22 years ago by Robert Andrew Powell
Across the Tamiami Trail, past The Pit barbecue and the Miccosukee gambling palace, and following 90 miles of monotonously swaying sawgrass sits a bar. This screened-in hut serves as an unofficial gatehouse to the fishing village of Everglades City. On a Friday at dusk, as the setting sun stains the...


25 years ago by Michael Yockel
Blood, Sweat & Tears The Best of Blood, Sweat & Tears: What Goes Up! (Legacy/Columbia) First, the history. When New York City-based avant-rockers the Blues Project broke up in 1967, the band's guitarist, Steve Katz, hooked up with jazz drummer Bobby Colomby, and the pair set about welding jazzy big-band...


30 years ago by Sean Rowe
FITZCARRALDO: I'm doing all this because I have one dream. The opera. The great opera in the jungle. MOLLY: Fitzcarraldo will build it, and Caruso'll sing the premiere. It's only the dreamers who ever move mountains. Fitzcarraldo, Werner Herzog THE MOUTH OF A GIFT HORSE Perhaps you haven't heard, but...

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