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Tickets for New Times' Tacolandia 2019 on Sale Now

3 hours ago by Clarissa Buch
If you're obsessed with Miami's taco scene, you won't want to miss the return of New Times' Tacolandia.

Florida House Democrats Force Vote for Special Session About Gun Violence

7 hours ago by Jess Nelson
After a month marked by two deadly mass shootings merely hours apart in El Paso and Dayton, Florida House Democrats have forced the state Legislature to vote on hosting a special session to address gun violence.

Collabo's Sixth Iteration Promises to Be a Wild Art Party

7 hours ago by Suzannah Friscia
Collabo shows have never been your typical art shows.

World Famous House of Mac's Cheesy Empire Expands to Central Fare

7 hours ago by Tamica Jean-Charles
Instead of starting a career in a kitchen after graduating from culinary school in 1998, Derrick “Chef Teach” Turton found himself working alongside Luther "Uncle Luke" Campbell of 2 Live Crew in the music industry. The chef continued to work in promotions with his own marketing company when he met native Miami rapper Armando “Pitbull” Pérez...

Despite Backlash, Jay-Z Has Already Proven He Can Bring Social Justice to the NFL

8 hours ago by Luther Campbell
The backlash against Jay-Z for signing a deal to handle the NFL's entertainment, including the Super Bowl halftime show, and to help with the league's social-justice initiatives proves black people are our own worst enemy.

Has Beck's Versatility Hurt His Status as a Rock Legend?

8 hours ago by David Rolland
Take a listen to his 25-year discography and you might conclude that his forays into different musical stylings add up to an inconsistent career output.

The 15 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

9 hours ago by Jesse Scott
Thursday, August 22 The circus rolls into South Beach every Thursday, but this isn't your average circus: It's Karaoke Circus. Hosted by Shelley Novak and KJ Elvin, the singing begins at 10 p.m. But at 8, you can ease your karaoke nerves with happy-hour specials such as $2 Jell-O shots,...

Now That Dwyane Wade Has Retired, These Are Miami's Five Most Recognizable Sports Figures

9 hours ago by Ryan Yousefi
Miami is a city where the famous come to (1) get more famous and (2) be seen. If they wanted alone time and privacy, they'd take a trip to a ranch in Iowa where their cell phone is nothing but a camera, and the ratio of elks to humans is four to one. It's an accepted thing that if you're even a C-list celebrity, visiting South Beach ensures you'll end up on TMZ the next day.

Sebastián Yatra's Music Dreams Began in South Florida

9 hours ago by Luis Gomez
Before he was performing at the Latin Grammys and topping Latin music charts, Sebastián Yatra was a soccer-playing South Florida student with musical aspirations.

Five Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Miami

9 hours ago by Juliana Accioly
Treat your children to a healthy meal at one of these five Miami eateries.

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