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Environmental Groups Blast Trump Administration for Failing Florida's Green Sea Turtles

3 minutes ago by Jess Nelson
Nearly 90 percent of all sea turtle nesting in the United States occurs on Florida beaches. Every summer, thousands of threatened and endangered sea turtles emerge from the water at night to lay their eggs in the sand.
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This Kendall Cafe Offers Seven People With Disabilities Grounds for Employment

1 hour ago by Amber Love Bond
Currently Our Grounds employs seven individuals between the ages of 19 and 28 with disabilities that include Down's Syndrome, autism, and more. For most, it's their first job ever.
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Feds Charge Boca Raton Salesman Involved in $3.8 Million Investment Scam

1 hour ago by Manuel Madrid
There won't be any movies made about the multimillion-dollar scam sold by Boca Raton resident Scott Strochak. No Leonardo DiCaprio depictions, no adaptions by Martin Scorsese, and no big-money Netflix deal. In truth, Strochak's alleged scheme amounts to small potatoes when it comes to ill-begotten riches in South Florida, and even smaller in the larger world of financial chicanery. Still, $3.8 million is nothing to balk at.
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The Disheveled History of Miami's Shopping Malls

1 hour ago by Malcolm Lauredo
Until the mid-'50s, Miami's definitive shopping district was nestled on bustling Flagler Street in downtown. Many amenities standard in today's shopping malls could be found there: department stores (most important, the Burdines on South Miami Avenue), restaurants, general retail, and movie theaters. The area was a place to eat, drink,...
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Okeechobee Music Festival 2020 Tickets Go on Sale August 23

16 hours ago by Jose D. Duran
Whether it was through public records or a brief by Lake Okeechobee News, it was clear Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival was set to return in 2020. It was also clear that Insomniac, the event promotion company behind Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), was behind the festival's return.
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After Threat from Florida's Retail Lobby, Surfside to Overturn Its Plastic Bag Ban

19 hours ago by Jessica Lipscomb
A mere six weeks ago, Surfside commissioners passed a sweeping ban of most single-use plastics, hoping to rid the town of plastic bags, utensils, and dinnerware. At the time, Mayor Daniel Dietch praised the ban as a reasonable measure that would help reduce plastic pollution in the oceanside community.
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Women's Fund Miami-Dade Will Host Reproductive Rights Town Hall With Donna Shalala and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell

22 hours ago by Christian Portilla
The Women's Fund Miami-Dade's town hall is one of a monthly series the organization hosts to address issues relating to women and their well-being.
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Morrofino Barcelona Brings the Best of Spain to South Beach

23 hours ago by Juliana Accioly
A restaurant with Catalan roots will expand to South Beach this fall when the tapas concept Morrofino Barcelona debuts inside the new AxelBeach Miami.
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Forget Scooters — Now You Can Rent Paddleboards With Your Phone

1 day ago by Jess Nelson
Miamians can call a Lyft, grab a Lime scooter, or hop on a Citi Bike all from the palm of their hand. And beginning next week, they'll also be able to jump on a paddleboard.
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The Eight Best Free Events in Miami This Week

1 day ago by Jesse Scott
A UM vs. UF watch party, karaoke with Shelley Novak, and more of the best free events in Miami this week.

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