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July 2020 Miami Restaurant Openings and Closings

12 hours ago by Laine Doss
Restaurants have managed to open during these trying times.

Chef Niven Patel Delivers Caribbean Flavors With Mamey at the Thesis Hotel

14 hours ago by Nicole Danna
One of Food & Wine magazine’s 2020 "Best New Chefs," Niven Patel, will bring two new restaurants to his Aya Hospitality lineup later this year.

How a Weston Civic Group Transformed From Anti-Development to Anti-Black Lives Matter

15 hours ago by Alex DeLuca
"They're not just a Facebook group," Mullen says. "They are openly doing petitions, backing candidates, and trying to have very subversive influence in the city."

Comedian Brittany Brave's Journey Between Miami and New York

16 hours ago by Nicholas Olivera
Brittany Brave had finally quit her day job to pursue standup full-time.

PETA Seeks Animal-Cruelty Charges Against Miami Seaquarium

16 hours ago by Jonathan Kendall
Lolita remains stuck in an 80-by-35-foot tank, where she hasn't seen a fellow member of her species since 1980.

Miami-Dade Police Union Blocks Commission Meeting on Civilian Oversight Panel

4 days ago by Alexi C. Cardona
South Florida PBA president Steadman Stahl says the recent proposal to reinstate the oversight panel is moving too quickly.

GableStage Reaches Out Virtually to Engage Diverse Audiences

4 days ago by Artburst Miami
GableStage continues to connect with artists and audiences.

Sweet Melody Announces Executive Pastry Chef for Upcoming Second Location

4 days ago by Amber Love Bond
Sweet Melody is expanding with a new location in Palmetto Bay.

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